6 - Number of graduate programs in the college ranked in the top 100 nationwide by U.S. News and World Report in March 2016
Fall 2015 - Launch of the Doctoral Program in Criminal Justice
Spring 2016 - Launch of the completely online Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) program
2015-16 - Academic year in which the college recognized 25 years since its founding in 1990-91
> 1,700 - Number of children and adults with speech, language and hearing problems served by the Communication Disorders Clinic
Location and Parking
The Center for Community Partnerships is located in Health and
Public Affairs I (HPA I) on the University of Central Florida's
campus in Orlando. The street address is 12805 Pegasus Drive. The
center's offices are on the third floor in rooms 352 and 355.
Directions to HPA I
From the west side of campus, enter UCF at Central Florida
Boulevard (off of State Route 434, also known as Alafaya Trail),
turn left at Gemini Boulevard West (becomes Greek Park Drive), turn
right at Gemini Boulevard North (becomes Gemini Boulevard East),
pass the intesection with North Orion Boulevard, turn right at
Gemini Loop (stay to the right), turn right at the stop sign and
continue down the road along the paved parking lot to a pedestrian
entrance to the college's buildings. The first building is Health
and Public Affairs II (HPA II). Behind it is HPA I.
Parking is available in Parking Garage C and Parking Garage D
and in Parking Lot D1, located in front of HPA II. All three
parking facilities require a daily parking permit, which can be
purchased for $5.00 at the yellow permit machines located in the
garages and lot. In addition, coin-operated parking meters are
located along the southern perimeter of Parking Lot D1,
located in front of HPA II. See the Campus Map
for parking garage and lot locations.
If we can change the system and bring people together to have the right kind of conversations, then we can really make a long-term change in people's lives -- and that is the goal.
— Nancy Ellis,
The idea is to form a long-term partnership in the community that, over time, can have a significant impact on improving the lives of children and families.
— Dean Michael Frumkin,
Dean of the College of Health and Public Affairs
SYNERGY…that’s the word that comes to mind. Without the collaborations facilitated by the Center for Community Partnerships we would not have been able to produce results for kids.
— Raymond Larsen,
Children’s Community Services Director, Heart of Florida United Way
We could not have implemented the Evans Community School without the vast resources and expertise of the committed and dedicated staff.
— Charlene Sears-Tolbert,
Children’s Home Society of Florida, Evans Community School Director
“The Center for Community Partnerships has been a real treasure for Central Florida. They have helped so many organizations, established needed services, and given the community a welcome link to the University.”
— Linda Sutherland,
I am in awe of the amount of time, patience, and expertise that the CCP has expended during our joint project with OCPS in developing the Evans Community School. Dr. Ellis and Dean Frumkin are tireless advocates who...
— David Bundy,
President/CEO, Children’s Home Society of Florida