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.
Join us every Friday for a weekly party for UCF students. Hosted by the ThePoint. ThePoint “After Dark” is a healthy nightlife option for the UCF community.
Come out for a night of fun before the start of Summer B! There will be ice cream, inflatables, music, and more! This event is worth 2000 LINK Loot and is a great event to kickstart your involvement in LINK.
Join us to learn more about undergraduate research. Get answers to questions like, "Do they do research in fields that I am interested in?" "How do I find a faculty member who will work with me?" and "How can research help me reach my goals for after graduation?" We will discuss how research can help you earn scholarships or an hourly wage, earn course credit, and build your resume or C.V. for graduate or professional school and the job market.
Every Tuesday come in and relax with a cup of tea and a Ted Talk.
Find out how to get your resume noticed. To register for the webinar, click https://www.anymeeting.com/AccountManager/RegEv.aspx?PIID=EC59D683854E38 This webinar will be hosted ONLINE only (no physical presentation).
The Dream Share Project is a film documentary that is aimed to help students discover their passion. The film follows two recent college graduates on a cross-country road trip as they interview successful people who have pursued their dreams - entrepreneurs, activists, artists, athletes, inventors, etc. Along the way, the film explores topics like: how to discover one’s passion, commit to a dream, deal with setbacks, and redefine success. We will show the film, and have a short workshop for discussion afterwards.
Join your fellow Summer Knights for information on valuable campus resources!
Campus Connections, happening every Wednesday Night, will introduce you to four different campus resources and help you learn more about the amazing opportunities UCF has to offer. These events are worth the MOST LINK Loot and are a can't miss experience!
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.
Green Dot focuses specifically on the vital role the campus community plays in establishing and reinforcing the culture within which we exist. The program is designed to help faculty, staff and students understand the expanded definition of bystander and to equip them to integrate these key behaviors within their current community to establish two norms: (1) power-based personal violence won't be tolerated, (2) everyone does his/her part to keep the campus free from violence and fear of violence.
Looking for more programs? Check out the Programs page!