About SGA / Agencies
The Activity & Service Fee Business Office services the accounting, personnel, and/or purchasing needs of Activity & Service Fee funded agencies, most of which are found on this page. In addition, The Activity & Service Fee Business Office is a support office for registered student organizations and UCF students that are allocated Activity & Service Fee funds by the Student Government Association. The Activity & Service Fee Business Office and its supported areas are part of the Student Development and Enrollment Services (SDES) division of UCF.
- Paul Constantino A&SF Director Paul.Constantino@ucf.edu
The University of Central Florida Campus Activities Board is a student-run organization that provides diverse programming funded by the Activity and Service Fee. By utilizing the expertise of 10 student appointed directors, CAB ensures that each experience provides an opportunity for networking, leadership development, strong friendships and lasting memories.
There is no membership required to join CAB and students can come to meetings at any time through out the year. Students can participate as much they would like in each committee. Please feel free to look around their website, find out more about the committees that you are interested in and join a committee or two or three.
- Christian Damon CAB Student Director email@example.com
The mission of Homecoming at the University of Central Florida is to provide the Student Body with a week worth of events paid for by their Activity & Service Fee leading up to and including the Homecoming football game. Homecoming also includes a competition between Registered Student Organizations during the week of events. Our mission is to make UCF Homecoming the staple of student organized event planning and the promotion of unity and spirit.
Homecoming has been a tradition at UCF since its earliest years. It has become a staple of fall programming at the University. Many students, student organizations, university departments, even off campus businesses plan their fall calendars around this week of events. Traditionally, Homecoming is an opportunity for Alumni to revisit and reconnect with their Alma Mater. However, at UCF it is equally important to current students. It is a time for students to exhibit their pride in their school, putting aside other affiliations and raising morale and spirit.
- Aryn Gallaher Homecoming Student Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Knightcast is a non-profit, student-run Internet radio station at the University of Central Florida. Funded by the UCF Student Government Association, Knightcast provides students the opportunity to be radio personalities, as well as participate in station management.
Knightcast's main emphasis is to provide UCF a media outlet for creative multimedia expression for a global audience. Knightcast uses a technology known as SHOUTcast to broadcast streaming MP3 audio over the Internet. Knightcast strives to provide diverse programming content and encourages any student who has a creative endeavour to get involved with the station.
- Jessica Gottsleben Knightcast Student Director email@example.com
The Knights of the RoundTable is an advisory council that serves as an educational resource to all student organizations and as a liaison between the organizations and the UCF community.
KoRT offers student organizations and student leaders the opportunities to constantly improve themselves and their organizations. KoRT is here for you if you need help starting an organization, finding an organization to join, or if you have questions about how to improve an organization in which you're involved.
- Madison Menzies KoRT Student Director firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of Late Knights is to function as a student run program under the Office of Student Involvement (OSI) whose purpose is to provide late-night alcohol alternative programming in a safe and convenient location for students. Late Knights events include free entertainment, novelty acts and food for UCF students, their friends, and family.
Late Knights is a monthly event that provides free food, prizes, and entertainment to UCF students, their families, friends and the community. The goal of Late Knights is to provide UCF students and the community with alcohol/drug education programming by planning free events for a diverse audience in a fun and safe on-campus environment. The events are held on campus from 9pm to 1am. RSOs can benefit from Late Knights by either reserving a table to promote and recruit members, or by sponsoring or co-programming an activity at a monthly event. Each event consistently attracts over 1200 students.
- Mateo Nevarez Late Knights Student Director email@example.com
The office of Student Legal Services seeks to provide qualified students at the University of Central Florida with legal counseling and court representation in certain cases. The staff attorneys interview each client individually to advise in the areas of law that concern the student. Cases which are not covered by the program guidelines are referred to appropriate agencies or private attorneys through a lawyer referral service. The operation of the program is subject at all times to the rules and regulations promulgated by the Supreme Court of Florida and the Board of Governors of the Florida Bar. The program is approved by the Florida Bar and is staffed by licensed attorneys.
- Patricia Dullaghan Associate General Counsel firstname.lastname@example.org
The Multicultural Student Center (MSC) will help facilitate the inclusive shared learning experience for all UCF Knights. We will promote an environment that acknowledges, respects, enhances, and celebrates all aspects of culture. Through intentional programming, with Student Organizations, and the UCF community, we will encourage the educational exploration of multiculturalism, engage in dialogue, challenge assumptions and barriers, and work with the surrounding community to support and build collaborative relationships across the University.
- Vanessa Hornedo MSC Student Director email@example.com
The mission of the Office of Student Involvement (OSI) is to provide quality programs, services, and leadership opportunities that enrich students' academic endeavors. Students and staff collaborate to explore various paths that encourage personal growth, promote civic responsibility, embrace differences, and connect students to the campus and the community. In OSI, the journey is the destination.
The Office of Student Involvement (OSI) staff members oversee the registration and management of over 350 registered student organizations (RSO's) as well as directly advising and coordinating the following student groups: Campus Activities Board (CAB), Fraternity and Sorority Life, Homecoming, Knights of the RoundTable (KoRT), Late Knights, Multicultural Student Center (MSC), Student Government Association (SGA), and Volunteer UCF (VUCF)
- Dr. Michael Preston OSI Director firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of the UCF Recreation and Wellness Center is to foster healthy lifestyle choices and wellness through efficient services, comprehensive programs and high-quality facilities. The Recreation and Wellness Center is designed to enrich campus life and advance the University's educational mission.
- James Wilkening RWC Director email@example.com
The mission of the University of Central Florida Student Union is to provide convenient, high-quality facilities and efficient services to support University programs. The building is the community center of the campus and provides a shared home for the University welcoming students, faculty, alumni, staff, parents and guests. The Union is both a facility and a program designed to enrich campus life and advance the University's educational mission.
- Suzi Halpin Student Union Director firstname.lastname@example.org
For those that may not know about Volunteer UCF and are interested, they are an organization affiliated under OSI (Office of Student Involvement) and located in the Student Union, room 208. It is their mission to promote community service on the UCF campus by providing a variety of programs, committees, events, and continuous projects throughout the school year. It is their goal to bridge you, the student, with community organizations to display your talents, interests, and desire for volunteering. They are confident that through your experience with VUCF, you will gain valuable knowledge and experience, meet new people and contribute to your community, all while having a great time!
- Ryan Silverstein Volunter UCF Student Director email@example.com