Special Programs at UCF

Migration Date for Non-academic courses

Users of Classic Quizzes for non-academic courses are required to migrate to the New Quizzes platform by May 29. This deadline is not applicable to academic courses. To assist your transition, explore our Migration Video and Migration Guide for a seamless transition.

Webcourses@UCF is the course management system used at UCF to deliver online courses and to supplement face-to-face courses. Webcourses@UCF is also used to support non-credit programs and other training requirements called Special Programs courses for UCF faculty and staff.

Special Programs Training

Learn how to better manage your Special Programs and explore important Webcourses@UCF features.  This self-paced course can be completed in 1-2 hours.

Special Programs Guides

Special Programs Course Requests

Special programs course requests are processed through ServiceNow. The Special Programs (Non-Academic) Course Request in ServiceNow can process three types of special programs requests:

Request a new special programs course
Request a change to an existing special programs course
Report an error with an existing special programs course

Requesting Academic Development Courses

Contact Webcourses@UCF Support to request a development section for academic courses that are going to be offered in the near future, but are not currently on the course schedule. Development courses are sections that are not visible to students even when published.

Requesting Academic Courses

If you’re looking to request an academic course (i.e., any course found in the undergraduate or graduate course catalog such as ENC1101-14Fall_0001) please submit your request via the Faculty Webcourse Manager. The Semester Checklist has instructions for using the Faculty Webcourse Manager.