The Office of Student Involvement (OSI) provides programming, community service opportunities, leadership development, and student organization assistance in an effort to enhance student life, contribute to enrollment growth, and establish a collegiate learning experience for students at the University of Central Florida. OSI also advises and coordinates several student agencies, including the Campus Activities Board, Volunteer UCF, Knightcast, Late Knights, Homecoming, Student Outreach Services, and Knights of the Round Table.

Collaboration Form

Agencies of the Office of Student Involvement (OSI) welcome collaboration proposals from members of the UCF community. It is the mission of OSI to provide quality programs, services, and leadership opportunitites that would enrich students' academic endeavors. In order to provide a diverse programming schedule, each agency actively seeks and welcomes collaborative partnerships. Proposals that are congruent with our mission and values, and that are mutually beneficial, may be accepted and supported.

Eternal Knights

The Eternal Knights Memorial Service honors students who have passed away during recent academic terms. This ceremony enables families and friends to join with campus leaders and the UCF community in a tribute to their loved ones.

Fraternity & Sorority Life

The Fraternity & Sorority Life office is committed to providing the best possible fraternity and sorority experience for both students and the university community.

Knights Helping Knights

Knights Helping Knights is committed to help the UCF community by providing a food pantry and other resources that will continue to support student success at UCF.

Multicultural Student Center

The Multicultural Student Center plans a number of programs every semester in order to educate the student body on the importance of diversity and inclusion.These programs educate students on the importance of acknowledging and honoring the unique ethnicities, sizes, religions, sexual-orientations, and abilities that are present on the University of Central Florida's campus and around the globe.

Pathways to Success

University of Central Florida offers free development opportunities beyond the classroom specifically for graduate students. Coordinated by the College of Graduate Studies, the Pathways to Success program includes three areas of personal and professional development. Click to learn more.

Safety Action for Event (SAFE) Form

All events on campus that meet the definition of a potentially hazardous event including those sponsored by staff, faculty, departments/offices, registered student organizations and outside organizations must complete the SAFE Form.

TiPS (Transferring Into Professional Success) Program within Transfer & Transition Services (TTS)

The TiPS program website contains multicultural transfer student professional development testimonials, interactive professional videos, a calendar for professional campus events, articles on how to stay professional on social media, professional development advice as well as a photo gallery showcasing the TiPS experience.

Use Your Voice

The Use Your Voice website has been developed as a resource for individuals and groups that are planning on utilizing the Free Assembly Areas at the University of Central Florida.

Who’s Who Among Students

Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges is University of Central Florida’s premiere involvement scholarship. It is a prestigious honor given to Undergraduate and Graduate students who show exceptional leadership, service and scholastic achievement. Students are recognized throughout the campus, as well as on a national level. Recipients of this award are eligible for scholarships through the national Who's Who organization and the Student Government Association of the University of Central Florida.
Who's Who 2016 Application

For more information contact:

Kensington Shields-Dutton