Congratulations on completing your nursing program at the UCF College of Nursing! You’re now officially part of the Knight Nurse family of 12,500 alumni.
Know that we are always here for you, and look forward to hearing your news and updates as you embark on this incredible journey.
Next steps after graduation
Update your contact information, including email and mailing address, so you can stay in contact with the College of Nursing. Keep up-to-date with continuing education opportunities, alumni social events, graduate school application deadlines, and more!
Share your job news and other achievements, and you may be featured in an alumni e-newsletter, UCF Nursing or Pegasus magazines, or on our website or social media channels. We love to hear from you!
Connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and IRL at Alumni events and professional development opportunities such as the Orlando Health Nursing Lecture, the Leadership in Practice Lecture Series, the biennial NLN/UCF Healthcare Simulation Conference and various continuing education dinners held across the state.
Meet with a UCF Alumni career counselor, who can assist with everything from job searches to resume and cover letter writing to interview preparation, portfolio building, salary negotiation and more.
Create a LinkedIn profile and link your degree to the University of Central Florida – College of Nursing.
Find your dream job by joining Handshake, where you can search part- and full-time jobs, post your resume for full-time employment, obtain employer information, and access on-campus or nearby interviewing and recruiting events, or following other recommended job boards (see Careers & Job Search above).
Join the UCF College of Nursing’s Alumni Chapter and give back with your time and talents by mentoring a student or as a member of our Alumni Chapter Board.
Pay it forward with a philanthropic gift to support new nursing students, research, and innovation.
Help educate the next generation of nurses by precepting our undergraduate and nurse practitioner students, while earning tuition waivers for yourself to use toward graduate school. Contact our clinical placement coordinators to learn more.