When you’ve got questions about needed courses, internships and study abroad opportunities, visit the Nicholson Academic Student Services Center (NASSC). They’ve got answers.

Academic advisors provide comprehensive academic counseling covering topics such as limited access program admission, degree audit interpretation, course override or substitution assistance, and registration.

Undergraduate Advising

Phone: 407-823-2681
Email: nassc@ucf.edu
Location: NSC 143

Advising Hours:*
Mon/Tue/Thu 9am-12pm & 2-4pm by appointment
Wed 9am-12pm & 2-4pm “Walk-in”
Fri 9am-12pm by appointment

*All by appointment except Wednesday. Wednesday is walk-in.

Graduate Advising

All current and prospective NSCM graduate students may contact Kelsey Loftus at nicholsongrad@ucf.edu for graduate advising.

Phone: 407-823-5595
Email: nicholsongrad@ucf.edu
Location: NSCM 238

Advising Hours:*
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
Appointments are not necessary. Walk-ins are welcome during regular office hours.


Application Deadlines

  • Fall Term: June 1
  • Summer Term: February 1
  • Spring Term: October 1

Undergraduate Admission

There are several limited-access programs in the Nicholson School of Communication and Media that require a separate application and course prerequisites in order to be accepted into the major. In other cases, only a change of major request is required. Refer to individual program pages for program-specific requirements.

Students seeking admission into limited-access programs are encouraged to meet with an advisor in the Nicholson Academic Student Services Center at least once per semester to ensure they remain on track to qualify for these programs.
Apply to Limited-Access Programs


Planning For Undergraduate Registration

Students can enroll in courses using the Student Self Service tab within myUCF You can visit an advisor in NASSC for assistance with registration and for help reading your degree audit.

Students are encouraged to print a myKnightAudit from myUCF prior to meeting with their advisor. Log into myUCF and navigate to Student Self Service > Student Center. Find the drop-down menu labeled “other academic…” and choose “Degree Audit/myKnightAudit” before clicking the “>>” arrows.