LINK (Learning and Interacting with New Knights) is an education and involvement-based program to help first-time-in-college students get involved on campus. LINK is designed to get students out of their rooms and into the UCF community. With events from academic and learning programs to interaction and community-building events, there is something to help every student feel right at home.

Upcoming Programs

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1500 Points

CAB Presents: VIP Pool Party

Saturday, Aug 23rd, 8:00pm – 11:00pm

Leisure Pool Services (LPS)

Contact: Katelin Greene

Bring your bathing suit to the RWC Leisure pool to finish off Pegasus Palooza week in style!

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1000 Points

U-Knight-ed We Stand

Monday, Aug 25th, 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Neptune 156 (N156)

Contact: Tamalia Hanchell

The B.L.A.C.K (Building Leaders and Connecting Knights) series will hold events throughout the semester for students. All students are welcomed (regardless of their racial identity) to meet with faculty, staff, and other students and discuss unity in the black community. Free food will be served!

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500 Points

Interfraternity Council Fall Recruitment Kick-Off

Tuesday, Aug 26th, 9:00pm – 11:00pm

Student Union (STUN)

Contact: Jimmy Briggs

The Interfraternity Council is hosting an informational session for all students interested in enhancing their lives through Greek Life. There will be a short presentation to offer unbiased information to the attendees. After that, all present will have the opportunity to meet several men from each chapter and to compare chapters side-by-side.

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500 Points

Email Etiquette

Thursday, Aug 28th, 11:00am – 12:00pm

Career Services and Experiential Learning (CSEL)

Contact: Laura Crouch

Learn the do’s and don’ts of email in a professional setting from a guest employer partner of Career Services.

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500 Points

Getting A's Using Time Management

Thursday, Aug 28th, 4:00pm – 5:00pm

Student Union (STUN)

Contact: Whitney DeGraff

Develop techniques necessary to become an effective time manager. Learn how to prioritize, make effective lists, and become better at multi-tasking and studying.

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500 Points

Written Job Search Communication

Tuesday, Sep 2nd, 10:00am – 11:00am

Career Services and Experiential Learning (CSEL)

Contact: UCF Career Services

Present yourself favorably on paper. Well-written applications, cover letters, and thank you letters are essential and will distinguish you from the competition.