All incoming Transfer students and students taking a recognized Online Program are required to complete a short Virtual Orientation component on the web (using UCF’s online course tools) prior to attending their on-campus component (if applicable). Students will not be able to access Virtual Orientation until their online registration and payment have been processed.
You will need your PID to access the Virtual Orientation. To get your PID, please go to myUCF and click "What is my PID" immediately below the "Sign on" button. Write down your PID and save it in a secure place.
Once you have been added to the Virtual Orientation course, you should receive an email from Webcourses@UCF with the subject Course Invitation. Follow the link in the email; once you accept your invitation, you can begin taking your Virtual Orientation session!
Note: if you do not accept the course invitation, your progress will not be tracked.
If you have lost the email or it has been sent to your spam folder, you can access the Virtual Orientation by going directly to Webcourses@UCF:
Navigate to the UCF Webcourses@UCF log-in page
Use your PID and PID password to access Webcourses@UCF. You will find the invitation to the course on your recent activities page.
If you have already accepted your course invitation, you should find the course (labeled with your Orientation date) under the course tab at the top of the page.
Some pages within Virtual Orientation will ask if you would "only like to view information that has been delivered securely." Make sure you allow for secured content to be delivered in order to see all the necessary information.
Below is how to allow for secure content to be delivered in three common browsers:
Internet Explorer: A message will pop-up, saying, "Do you want to view only the web page content that was delivered securely?" Please click no to display all content.
Google Chrome: Check the right end of the address bar for a small Shield Icon. Click on the icon and then click Load Anyway.
Mozilla Firefox: Firefox should load the content without any prompt.