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Can I buy fake University of Central Florida transcript, 购买中佛罗里达大学成绩单 - Buy a Fake Diploma|Buy a Fake Degree|Buy a Fake Certificate/Transcript

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On January 24, 1964, the Board of Trustees purchased 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) of remote forest and ranch on the Arafaya Trail (SR 434) northeast of Orlando for $500,000 to serve as the home for the new university. Local residents donated another 227 acres (0.92 square kilometers) and raised more than $1 million to secure the land acquisition. In December 1965, the Board of Trustees appointed Charles Milliken as the first president of the new university. Following consultation with the Citizens Advisory Group, Milliken chose the name Florida Tech and co-designed the school’s unique Pegasus seal. Millican is also responsible for the University’s slogan, “Reach for the Stars,” the school’s two key principles of “emphasizing excellence” and “emphasizing the individual,” and the campus’ unique walk-oriented concentric circle layout, which is based on Walt Disney’s plan and has become A model for other universities. Millican and then-Governor Claude Kirk presided over the groundbreaking ceremony for the FTU in March 1967. On October 7, 1968, the inaugural class was held in the first teaching building of the school. In their first year at the University, 1,948 students are enrolled in 55 degree programmes across 5 faculties, led by 90 teachers and supported by 150 staff. Astronaut and Orlando native John Young delivered the commencement address on June 14, 1970, as FTU’s first class of 423 seniors graduated.

Millican chose the university’s official colors and played a role in choosing its first mascot, the Citronaut, which is a mix of orange and astronaut. Citronaut proved unpopular, so in 1969 the student newspaper The Future of Central Florida encouraged students and teachers to come up with a mascot proposal. The search for a replacement proved unsuccessful until 1970, when night-shift nurse Judy Hines proposed to Vincent the Vulture. He served as the university’s unofficial mascot for over a year. In late 1971, students voted for the Pegasus Knight as the school’s official athletic mascot. The moniker later evolved into the Golden Knight and eventually the Knight.

After retiring from the principal position in 1978, Milliken considers the proudest moment of his leadership of the school when Principal Richard Nixon delivered the commencement speech in the spring of 1973.