New Colleges and School Transition

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UCF launched two new colleges and a new interdisciplinary school today that will enhance opportunities for academic excellence in the new Academic Health Sciences Center in Lake Nona and the UCF Downtown campus in Orlando.

“These changes create a dynamic educational ecosystem that engages faculty, staff, and students in the creation of integrative learning opportunities that go beyond the classroom,” said Elizabeth A. Dooley, interim provost. “Thank you to all whose work has made this realignment possible and helped to better position our university and students for the future.”

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