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 students new to UCF 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.
Wondering how to become competitive for med school, law school or another health- professional school? Join the Office of Pre-Health and Pre-Law Advising staff to learn how their office can assist you in pursuing a Pre-Professional program.
UCF Heart Day Hands-Only CPR Training In anticipation of World Heart Day, UCF Heart Day will provide free hands-only CPR instruction to the UCF community on Wednesday, Sept. 27. Twenty-minute hands-only CPR sessions will be offered from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Key West Ballroom of the Student Union (Room 218). The sessions will also include instruction on the use of AEDs and information about heart health. Hands-only CPR is cardiopulmonary resuscitation without mouth-to-mouth. It is recommended for use by people who see a teen or adult suddenly collapse in an “out-of-hospital” setting, such as at home, work, or in a public place. UCF Heart Day is a collaboration among UCF Environmental Health and Safety, the Department of Security and Emergency Management, the UCF Police Department, UCF Student Government Association, Orange County Fire Rescue, and other community partners. World Heart Day will be celebrated across the globe on Friday, Sept. 29.
Sigma Lambda Gamma will collaborate with Sigma Lambda Beta and Pulse Caribe for a night of dancing, food, and Latin fun! We will enlighten the UCF community of Latin culture through music and dance. Pulso Caribe will teach students Salsa and Bachata.
Where the jobs are and how to get them. ONLINE ONLY- no physical location. This is a webinar, be sure to register prior to the session: http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=ED51D684804A38
UCF Libraries and Women's & Gender Studies want to give you the change to let your work shine at our Open Heart Open Mic Event. Do you have a creative work you'd like to share with other UCF Knights? Participants performing original works can also submit their work to be archived in the UCF STARS Repository.
UCF students can find Tower Gardens throughout campus and participate in planting and harvesting workshops. Tower Gardens are located in the Student Union (every floor by the stairs), UCF Arboretum, Student Health Services (3rd floor), Recreation and Wellness Center (balcony), and Wellness and Health Promotion Services.
Write cover letters, applications and thank you letters that employers will read.
Join us around the Reection Pond for a viewing of “The Anonymous People”, an independent film written and produced by Greg Williams. This film shows how deeply entrenched social stigma has kept recovery voices silent and faces hidden for decades.
A weekly party for UCF students. Hosted by thePoint. thePoint After Dark is a healthy nightlife option for the UCF community. thePoint After Dark occurs every Friday (except during Breaks) in the Neptune Multipurpose Room from 10pm to 1am, with different themes from week to week. Visit www.studenthealth.ucf.edu/crc to view the schedule with themes.
Join us to honor the lives of victims from our UCF community who have died needlessly as a result of intimate partner violence. Hear personal stories, learn about campus and community resources, and experience "An Empty Place at the Table." In a most poignant manner, the presentation allows us to hear the devastating effects of relationship abuse through the words of survivors, while we remember our fellow Knights and experience how intimate partner homicide undeniably leaves an empty place at the table. Help us raise awareness about intimate partner violence and the impact this crime has on families and our community
Looking for more programs? Check out the Programs page!