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.
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Email is the number one way we communicate with each other on campus. Learn all of the necessary elements required in sending a professional, wellwritten, and action-driven email message.
Come take a free assessment of your alcohol use and see how you compare with other students.
Join us to learn the basics on how to coupon and save money on groceries and personal hygiene products. Healthy doesn’t have to be expensive. Discover how you can get name brand items for low cost or even free. During this workshops you will receive coupons and your very own coupon organizer to get you started!
This How-To workshop will guide students through the process getting started in Undergraduate Research. The workshop will cover how to find a faculty member to work with (and how to contact them) and an overview of opportunities available on campus - including funding opportunities, presentation opportunities, and publication opportunities.
Self-defense class for female students focusing on five different techniques to use during dangerous situations.
This event will have free food, giveaways, a photobooth, and be showing 3 hours (8 episodes) of FRIENDS.
ToKnight's The Night is UCF's late night style talk show. The show is every Monday at 7pm inside the Nicholson School of communication studio and is broadcasted on cable as well as many live streams. We also record in front of a LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE which is where people you come in. TKTN is entirely run by students and invites well known celebrities and musical guest to preform on the show each week.
Join us to learn life skills associated with growing your own food and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We will meet by the tower garden on the 1st floor of the Student Union (near the stairs). Today we will be harvesting and you will get to take home some free, fresh, organic produce!
Join the Multicultural Student Center in an interactive and informative event where students will learn about speech disabilities and the challenges that student’s with speech disabilities face on campus.
Looking for more programs? Check out the Programs page!