Access to a quality online education is more important than ever as the pandemic continues to affect the country. At UCF, that access continues to grow.
This semester, the university hit a milestone – more than 100 programs are now available fully online.
“UCF has been a leader in this field for more than 20 years, and since day one we’ve been committed to high-quality online education,” says Tom Cavanagh, vice provost for digital learning. “No matter how many programs we continue to add, that commitment to quality will never change.”
Since UCF Online was formalized in 2016, enrollment has steadily grown year after year. Cavanagh attributes its success to UCF’s emphasis on training faculty to be effective online teachers and integrating digital learning into the culture at UCF even before the pandemic.
“Before March, 86 percent of our students took at least one course online or blended every year.