News & Publications



The UCF Foundation produces several print and electronic pieces to inform and educate donors, alumni, friends and corporate partners about the good work being done at UCF every day.

Pegasus Magazine

Pegasus Magazine is a quarterly alumni magazine published by UCF Marketing in partnership with the UCF Foundation, Inc. and the UCF Office of Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving. Its goals are to accelerate the UCF connection, remind readers what they love about UCF, and bring the campus to the reader. It is sent to all UCF alumni who wish to stay connected to the university. An online version is available as well.

Impact Magazine

 IMPACT, the magazine of the UCF Foundation, celebrates the commitment of those who choose to support UCF; explores the ways in which our generosity and vision benefit our students, our university, our community and the world; and considers broader questions and issues related to philanthropy today. Print copies are mailed to a large donor group. A flipbook version is available in our publications archive here.

Annual Report

Our annual report is an award-winning publication that goes beyond financial reporting. Unique donor stories spotlight the many reasons why people give to the university and inspire others to do the same. All donors above a certain level, plus all UCF employees, receive a print version of the report; an electronic version is also available. 












News Stories

Malzahns Contribute to UCF Athletics

*This story first appeared on  UCF head football coach Gus Malzahn and his wife Kristi have made a $250,000 gift commitment to McNamara Cove which is part of "The Gateway" football campus project made possible by Sharon and Marc Hagle. The commitment...

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Record-Breaking July Attainment

The UCF Foundation started the new academic and fiscal year 2022-2023 with the best July attainment in six years: more than $3.8 million. This amount exceeds last year’s July total of $3.1 million and more than doubles the July 2021 attainment of $1.4 million. Prior...

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