To help minimize the spread of COVID-19, some events are being offered virtually, and in-person events have additional safety requirements.

If you have questions about what’s open around campus, please check out this regularly updated guide.

Saturday, February 27, 2021

  • Join the Virtual Fun: Engineers Week 2021

    Virtual

    Love your smart phone, driving a car, watching TV, online shopping, electricity, clean water, seeing rocket launches and Mars landings, to name a few? If so, thank an engineer! Join the UCF College of Engineering and Computer Science as we celebrate Engineers Week – Sunday, Feb. 21 to Saturday, Feb. 27 – with a variety of free virtual events to …

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  • Intro to Mountain Biking

    Markham Woods

    Trip Date: 2/27/2021 Trip Location: Markham Woods Trails Trip Cost: $10.00 Registration Opens: 2/12/2021 Registration Closes: 2/23/2021 To register for this trip, complete the Adventure Trip Registration Form and contact the Outdoor Adventure Center during open hours. Pre-Trip Date & Time: 2/24/2021 - 8:00 p.m. Trip Description: Come bike through the pine scrub and oak hammock habitats near the Wekiva …

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  • SEL Tips for New Teachers: Surviving the Socio-Emotional Impact of the 1st Five Years of Teaching

    Virtual

    Join us for SEL Tips for New Teachers: Surviving the Socio-Emotional Impact of the 1st Five Years of Teaching, as part of UCF's Literacy Symposium Express series. To support the needs of PreK-12 educators during this unprecedented time, the UCF Literacy Symposium is offering an Express virtual event on Literacy Engagement and Socio-Emotional Learning for educators, parents, literacy friends, and …

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  • Scaramouch in Naxos (Recurring Event)

    Performing Arts Center

    Full of raucous energy typical of Commedia dell’arte, this colorful play involves a plot by the roguish clown Scaramouch to have Bacchus, the Greek god himself, star in his latest theatrical piece. Meanwhile, Silenus schemes to interfere with Scaramouch and the would-be lovers, Ione and Sarmion. Performed outdoors resembling Commedia’s 17th century origins. Written by John Davidson in Commedia dell’arte …

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  • Masterclass and Reading with Danez Smith (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    Poet and spoken-word performer Danez Smith will perform an online reading on Saturday, February 27 from 4:00–6:00 p.m. At the event, hosted by Valencia College and the University of Central Florida, Smith will read from their newest book, "Homie," recently named a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle award. The reading will be followed by a Q&A session. Smith …

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  • Scaramouch in Naxos (Recurring Event)

    Performing Arts Center

    Full of raucous energy typical of Commedia dell’arte, this colorful play involves a plot by the roguish clown Scaramouch to have Bacchus, the Greek god himself, star in his latest theatrical piece. Meanwhile, Silenus schemes to interfere with Scaramouch and the would-be lovers, Ione and Sarmion. Performed outdoors resembling Commedia’s 17th century origins. Written by John Davidson in Commedia dell’arte …

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  • UCF-Orlando Jazz Festival (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    The UCF-Orlando Jazz Festival returns with a virtual weekend of free performances. More details on artists, times and a link to watch will be available soon. Information will be updated on https://ucforlandojazzfestival.ucf.edu/

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