63 - Number of undergraduates who earned a degree 2015-16
56 - Number of M.P.A. graduates in 2015-16
57 - Number of M.N.M. graduates in 2015-16
5 - Number of M.S.-URP graduates in 2015-16
17 - National ranking of the M.N.M. program by U.S. News and World Report
63 - National ranking of the M.P.A. program by U.S. News and World Report
13 - Number of M.R.A. graduates in 2015-16
193 - Total number of degrees awarded by SPA in 2015-16
School of Public Administration
College of Health and Public Affairs
University of Central Florida
4364 Scorpius Street Orlando, FL 32816-1395
Nonprofit Management Student Association (NMSA)
What is NMSA? The Nonprofit Management Student Association at the
University of Central Florida is a registered student organization
whose members participate in fundraising and volunteer activities
while developing careers as nonprofit professionals. NMSA is a
networking and social volunteering organization with opportunities
for professional development in the nonprofit and fundraising
field. Students in NMSA who are also completing the Nonprofit
Management Minor or Nonprofit Management Masters or Certification
are also eligible to pursue National Certification with the
Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.
Why Join NMSA?
NMSA is for students who want more than a career to make a living.
It is for students who:
want to be part of the solution, while enhancing their own
want to make a difference in the lives of people at home and
around the world, while learning how to overcome difficult social
want to develop memories that will last a lifetime, while
developing an understanding of the unique structure of the
Association of Fundraising Professionals - AFP at UCF
What is AFP?
For 50 years, the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)
has been the standard-bearer for professionalism in fundraising.
AFP strives to advance ethical and effective fundraising and
support charities around the world that provide critical services
to their communities.
Why join the Collegiate Chapter? The benefits of membership include:
Hear from the Experts!
Monthly meetings on campus with expert speakers from the field
All Collegiate Chapter members are invitation to attend the AFP
Central Florida meetings at the Winter Park Civic Center,
3rdWednesday of the month 11:30 - 1pm. The meetings
Networking opportunities with fundraising professionals
Access to FREE webinars hosted by the AFP Central Florida
Each student will be paired with a mentor from the AFP Central
Support the local community!
The Collegiate Chapter will complete a philanthropic project
for an organization in the Central Florida area. These projects may
The creation of a "Resource Development Guide" for a local
nonprofit organization enhancing their ability to raise funds
The practical application of fundraising skills through the
planning and execution of a fundraising event
Collegiate chapter members also have the opportunity to
complete and receive a fundraising certificate from AFP
International Headquarters (additional requirements must be