The UCF Research Foundation (UCF RF) is empowered to collect and manage revenues from intellectual property agreements generated by the Office of Technology Transfer. As stipulated in the University of Central Florida (UCF) Collective Agreement and the UCF Intellectual Property Directive, inventors/creators of intellectual property are entitled to a share of the revenue. Revenues from licensing agreements may include royalties, royalties and revenues from the sale of equity to the licensing company. The revenues from a license agreement are distributed in such a way as to promote technological development within the UCF and the transfer of technology. The net revenue distribution schedule is intended to provide personal incentives to inventors. The following directive deals with the licensing revenue process: UCF RF Revenue Distribution Guideline. This is a reminder of the changes to the software system that the Office of Research, the Research Foundation and the Office of Technology Transfer will use for processing financial and non-financial agreements when they are broadcast live on October 21, 2019. An articulation agreement is a contractual agreement between two institutions that describes how acceptable courses for transfer apply to meet certain study or program requirements at both institutions. UCF recognizes the 2+2 National Articulation Agreements codified in Section 1007.24 of the Florida Statutes and Chapter 6A-10.024, Florida Administrative Code.

The aim of the articulation agreements is to encourage smooth university transfer and reduce excess hours. This page describes the process of setting up AA-to-BA/BS articulation agreements, double enrollment agreements and provides a list of current agreements. For more information on articulation agreements, please contact the teaching and learning department of the TLAA@ucf.edu. The state of Florida maintains articulation agreements with public colleges where students can earn an AA degree and attend one of twelve universities. UCF promotes BA/BS specific AA articulation agreements when there is interest between a department that offers the program at UCF and a public college. An articulation agreement can be initiated by a program coordinator, department head, assistant dean or dean, by contacting a peer at State College. . . .