Aligning with the mission of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities (OSSR) and the Office of Student Conduct (OSC) to provide and promote educational opportunities, fostering educational growth, ethical development and personality accountability, any student placed on Disciplinary Probation, Disciplinary Suspension, or Disciplinary Probation through Admission Clearance for more than one academic semester has the opportunity to participate in the Community ReEngagement and Educational Development (CREED) Program to be released from the remainder of their probation or suspension status.
The CREED Program is designed for a student to have the opportunity to demonstrate that in the period following a violation of The Golden Rule Student Handbook, they have taken steps to become a productive and engaged member of the University of Central Florida community. Students that complete the CREED requirements and go through CREED Program Review Meeting will be eligible to be released from the remainder of their probation or suspension status. The student should demonstrate the effort made to repair any harm done to the UCF community and showcase in writing what has been done to pro-actively address their behavior while on disciplinary probation/suspension.
This recommendation form will be submitted as a part of the student or student organization’s CREED Program Application.