Resources - Fall 2018
General Information & Downloads
The following documentation is currently available for download in Adobe PDF format.
Commencement Guide — The UCF Commencement Guide contains detailed information regarding the upcoming commencement ceremony for degree candidates and their guests.
Commencement Parking Guide — This map provides the locations for general guest parking and parking for mobility impaired guests.
Approximately 6-10 weeks after Commencement, all baccalaureate and masters diplomas will be mailed to the address indicated on the student's Intent to Graduate. Diplomas will not be issued if the graduate's record is on hold (once the hold has been lifted, the graduate should contact the Registrar's Office via email or phone call for diploma to be issued).
Student Account Services and the Registrar's Office will notify students of any outstanding financial obligations prior to the Commencement ceremony. All financial obligations must be met in order to receive a diploma and official transcripts.
Delayed Internet Broadcast
The UCF commencement ceremonies, past and present, are available for viewing online through the UCF YouTube Channel.
The University shall confer baccalaureate honors recognition on those students who have completed a minimum of 48 semester hours at UCF and who attain an overall grade point average that is in the upper 10 percent of the range established by all students graduating in the same college/school during the previous two years.
For more information, please visit the Undergraduate Catalog section on: Baccalaureate Honors.
Grad Honors GPA & Standing
View current honors GPA cut-offs and graduating class standings (Fall 2018 - Summer 2019) by college here.
Please be aware that all information found on this site regarding the UCF Commencement Ceremony is tentative and will be subject to change as the date approaches.