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Returning to Campus

china野外18:19,commitincest性chinaWhile classes continue online through the summer, UCF is communicating with federal, state and local officials about necessary safety measures and health protocols as we plan for a return to campus.

Return to Campus Plans Fall Class Update

Staying Vigilant About COVID-19

With the rise in COVID-19 cases across Central Florida, we must remain cautious and vigilant. Each of us needs to take personal responsibility for consistently protecting ourselves and one another no matter where we are.

What to do if you or someone you know tests positive for COVID-19:

  • Stay home and don’t come to campus
  • Avoid contact with others
  • Contact your primary care physician
  • Call the UCF COVID Line at 407-823-2509
  • Continue home isolation until you’ve consulted with your healthcare provider about returning to campus

On-Campus Testing

A COVID-19 and antibody testing site is available at UCF in partnership with Aventus Biolabs. For an appointment, which is required to receive either or both tests:

  • UCF students: Call the UCF COVID Line at 407-823-2509
  • UCF faculty and staff: Call the UCF COVID Line at 407-823-2509
  • Other community members: Get in touch with Aventus Biolabs directly by calling 407-986-0133

Find out more information about the testing site located in UCF .

Lake Nona Testing Site

An additional testing site opened Wednesday, April 29, as part of a partnership between UCF College of Medicine, Aventus Health and Tavistock.

Appointments will be available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday in the parking lot behind UCF Lake Nona Cancer Center. For details, visit .

male student wearing face covering on phone

COVID Self-Checker

Keep yourself and others safe. Employees must conduct symptom monitoring every day before returning to campus through the online COVID Self-Checkerchina野外18:19,commitincest性china or on the .


General Questions:
Orange County Coronavirus Call Center:
Florida Department of Health COVID-19 Call Center:

COVID-19 Testing and Cases Statistics


Positive COVID-19 cases reported to UCF from 4/13 – 7/16

If you have tested positive for COVID-19 please call the UCF COVID Line at 407-823-2509.

Confidentiality laws prohibit us from disclosing individual’s identities. Those who have tested positive will be isolated. Anyone believed to be at risk for exposure will be contacted and asked to self-quarantine. In cases where an employee does not disclose that they tested positive, the university may have no way of knowing and communicating that information. This information includes only positive cases that UCF has been made aware of.

Armor Up, Knights

Let’s each do our part to curb further spread of COVID-19 so we can get back to the activities and events we love. Help protect our UCF community by wearing a face covering, washing your hands and practicing physical distancing.

In need of a UCF face covering to armor up like a Knight? We’ve got you covered. If you’re a student or faculty and staff member, visit one of these locations to pick up your free UCF-provided face covering today. For our alumni and other supporters, purchase your face covering from — with $5 of each sale going to support the UCF Student Emergency Fund.

Your Safety Is Our Priority


Reusable face coverings being distributed to all students, faculty and staff


Disposable masks for vendors, visitors and others


china野外18:19,commitincest性chinaTouchless hand sanitizer stations around campus


Materials and labor to upgrade ventilation systems and filtration across campus


Plexiglass panels to be installed in high-traffic areas, including the welcome center and financial aid office


Retrofitted motion-sensors for doors

Safety Upgrades

china野外18:19,commitincest性chinaCheck out the new safety measures and upgrades we’ve put in place to reduce the impact of COVID-19 around campus.

Campus Life and Student Engagement

While the fall will undoubtedly look different, there will be engagement opportunities through student organizations, events and other activities that will be held both virtually and face-to-face to help bring students together with the UCF community.

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UCF is committed to providing an opportunity for students to reside on campus while prioritizing the health and well-being of all residents. UCF Housing plans to stay open to residents, even if the university transitions to fully remote instruction at any point due to COVID-19. Additional safety measures will be implemented, including:

  • Reduced occupancy
  • Space and amenity restrictions
  • Increased cleaning and disinfecting

Get Fall Housing Updates

Virtual Student Services

While fall courses are a mix of face-to-face, online and hybrid learning, many services are still available to support student success and engagement at UCF. From academic advising and orientation to recreation and exercise to health and counseling— there are virtual options to give students a high-quality UCF experience.

  • Reduced occupancy
  • Space and amenity restrictions
  • Increased cleaning and disinfecting

Explore All Virtual Student Services

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Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that the last several months have been challenging. And now, as we begin to move forward, you may have questions, such as when you’ll be able to return to campus, your courses, health and safety measures, and more. We’ve been listening and have provided the answers to commonly asked questions on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

two female students wearing masks and physical distancing outside of the library

What’s Open at UCF?

While many physical locations are still closed as a result of COVID-19, there are many virtual services and resources available to help you.

Find out what’s open, closed and canceled