- Class: Junior
- Major: Pre-Law
- Gender: F
- High School: Durant High School
- Transfer Student: N
I love that UCF is finally growing into its shoes. With the new stadium on campus, the student body has alot more pride in the school. The school I feel is not to large or small. Most people ask where I go to school, and nothinf real negative is ever said about it, unless they go to USF. I do feel that the city where UCF is located, is not a "college town". There is only a small amount of people here that are college students. That I feel is where my college experience is lacking. The administration is not that bad. There has only been a few instances where I have had complaints.
Most of my Professors do know my name. There are only so many Legal Studies professors, and I have them multiple times. I do go meet with them as much as possible to develop a better teacher/student relationship. I believe majority of students do well, and do have intellectual conversations outside of class. Some of my best discussions have been sitting in the hallways of the school. My department I believe is an amazing programs with just wonderful professors. It is gearing me up for law school.
I do interact with the other groups on campus. Being a member of the greek community, it allows me to interact with the campus moreso than I would have not being in a greek organization. I feel that some students are primarily here to come to class and leave. Those are the students I feel are left out of what the university has to offer its student body. Most UCF student I have met are from florida, primarily in South Florida. The backgrounds and political sides are at a greater variety than alot of schools are.
The Best Things
The wide variety of opportunities.
The Worst Things
Not many traditions.