LINK (Learning and Interacting with New Knights) is designed to get you out of your room and into the UCF community!
LINK is an education and involvement-based program to help first-time-in-college students get involved on campus. With events from academic and learning programs to interaction and community-building events, there is something to help every student feel right at home.
Join us to learn life skills associated with growing your own food and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. They will meet by the tower garden on the 1st floor of the Student Union. Today we will be harvesting!
Arts and crafts event where students keep what they create.
FreshU Cooking Demo Come learn how to make healthy, delicious food, try a sample of what we make, and take home the recipe! We use simple ingredients to make affordable meals. Most meals can be made in 30 minutes or less.
Journal to Self-Discovery is a workshop that consists of a mix of art, journaling and self-evaluation. This workshop was created for students to have a creative and fun outlet to relieve stress and to get to know themselves a little better in the process. Students work at their own pace and are never asked to share what they are working on. This is a free workshop and all supplies are provided.
Learn how to just be. This intro to meditation class talks about what meditation is and introduces different meditation techniques that you will get to try during this 30 minute class. Learning how to be mindful helps you to be present in all aspects of life.
Students will watch Man of Steel and earn prizes from Study Union.
A multidisciplinary group exhibition that is based on the fictional encounter of the celebrated Ethiopian novelist and journalist Baalu Girma and Zora Neale Hurston. UCF Art Gallery will be an open forum for conversations about what these writers had in common. These curated conversations will be presented by scholars of Rollins College, UCF, Seminole College and invited spea
The Knights Knowledge Expo is a tabling event held for spring admitted and returning students. Students can stop by to meet different campus offices and departments to find out more about resources that are available to them. Free food and giveaways will be provided.
Graduating Masters in Fine Art students will display their work and defend their Thesis’.
Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) exhibition will feature explosions of light and movement by local and world renowned digital artists, designers and filmmakers with their projectors. It's a celebration of the new world we live in and a glimpse of what computing could look like in the future.
Looking for more programs? Check out the Programs page!