The Knights Academic Resource Services (KARS) coalition provides students a one-stop virtual experience geared towards academic success. By navigating this website you will find the most up-to-date information about free UCF academic resources available on the Orlando campus, as well as helpful academic services that students would want to have at their fingertips. Each unit has one common goal; to put you in the driver’s seat on your successful journey towards your degree. Whether you need to find a quiet place to study, tutoring for a course, have your laptop fixed or learn how to start a research paper, you can find those services and a whole lot more right here. Take a ride with KARS on your road to success.
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Learn how to communicate your research project to a variety of audiences. This workshop is ideal for those presenting their research at the Graduate Research Forum, Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence, or other conferences
Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm
Location: Student Union: Cape Florida 316AB
Are you interested in learning more about research? Not sure where to start or how to navigate all the programs available? This workshop will discuss how to expand your academic experience through undergraduate research. No RSVP required. All workshops are first come, first serve unless otherwise noted. Questions? Feel free to contact the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR@ ucf.edu)
Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Location: Student Union: Cape Florida Room (SU 316AB)
SARC is now live streaming some workshops! The next one, 'Staying Ahead of the Game: Avoiding Procrastination,' will be streamed via the SARC YouTube on March 24 at 1:00 PM EST. It will also be captioned for the convenience of our viewers. The handouts that will be used can be downloaded at SARC Online.
You can also attend this workshop in person in the UCF Student Union, room 221.
Recordings of streamed workshops will be uploaded and available for viewing at any time on our YouTube account.
PRIME STEM/Student Support Services has launched its first learning community. The PRIME STEM Learning Communities is a resource designed to support scholars to succeed in their coursework and promote overall academic success. “Think of this as study groups by subject,” said Rebekah McCloud, director SDES TRiO, PRIME STEM/Student Support Services.
The learning communities are scholar facilitated (and can be aided by PRIME STEM peer tutor/mentor staff). Each learning community or study group organizes its meetings and participants bring their own study materials. The PRIME STEM/Student Support Services office is available for scholars to use as a resource center including study materials, study spaces, computers, free printing and access to program tutors and mentors.
Sep 1Bring Your "A" Game: Getting A's Us Student Union: Garden Key Meeting Room (Room 221)
Sep 8Staying Ahead of the Game: Avoiding Procrasti Student Union: Garden Key Meeting Room (Room 221)
Sep 15Goal Setting Student Union: Cedar Key Meeting Room (Room 223)
Sep 20The Next Level: Preparing for Professional School Student Union: Garden Key Meeting Room (Room 221)
Oct 4Bring Your "A" Game: Getting A&acir Student Union: Cedar Key Meeting Room (Room 223)
Oct 13Study Smarter, Not Harder: Study Skills & Student Union: Cedar Key Meeting Room (Room 223)