Student Academic Resource Center

The Student Academic Resource Center (SARC) provides academic support services to help students develop college-level study skills and be successful academically. Services are available to UCF students and include peer tutoring, Supplemental Instruction (SI), academic success workshops, academic coaching, learning skills consultations, and review sessions during final exam week through the Study Union in Spring and Fall.

SARC hosts additional tutoring sessions, which are open to all students, at the College of Engineering & Computer Science.

Math Tutoring

The Math Success Center is a friendly place to learn mathematics. Free drop-in tutoring for students enrolled in undergraduate mathematics courses taught by the Department of Mathematics at UCF is available in the Math Success Center.

Chemistry Tutoring Center

The Chemistry Department offers free tutoring to UCF students taking General or Organic Chemistry courses. The Chemistry Tutoring Center (CTC) is open Monday through Friday during the Fall and Spring semesters from 10am to 2pm and is staffed by Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) who are available to help with CHS 1440, CHM 1032, CHM 2040, CHM 2041, CHM 2045, CHM 2046, CHM 2210 and CHM 2211. No appointment is needed.

Writing Support

The University Writing Center is a one-stop resource to help both the novice and advanced writer with any writing. From research papers to resumes, the writing consultants in the University Writing Center provide one-on-one consultations to improve student writing.

John C. Hitt Library

The John C. Hitt Library offers a variety of services to students and faculty. Students have access to study spaces, technology and computer rentals, and basic functions such as printing, copying, and scanning. Classes and workshops are also provided for both graduate and undergraduate students. Accessibility services are available for students needing research assistance, accessible spaces, or assistive technology.

In the John C. Hitt Library, students can use computers, find group & individual study spaces, reserve study rooms and presentation practice rooms, and check out many mobile devices from the LibTECH Desk. Additionally, the Library’s Curriculum Materials Center (CMC) provides representative PreK-12th grade materials for preview, analysis, and circulation to the students, faculty, and staff of UCF and the Florida community at large. The CMC is open until 9 pm and all UCF constituents are welcome to use the space and its collections.

The Research and Information Services Department assists students with the use of library resources and services to find high-quality, relevant information. Immediate assistance is provided for short reference and research queries at the Research and Information Desk (RAID) on the entry level of the John C. Hitt Library.

One-on-one appointments are also available with Subject Librarians for extensive, in-depth Research Consultations.

Integrative Academic Center for Engagement (iACE)

Housed in The Division of Teaching and Learning (DTL), iACE is your centralized resource to learn about research, study abroad, internships, and graduate school preparation!

Get an overview of academic opportunities at a workshop or schedule an appointment with a peer mentor here.

Study Space

UCF provides a number of different areas on campus to find a space for quiet study or to meet classmates and study collaboratively. Available areas include All Knight Study @ Ferrell Commons, All Knight Study @ Knight’s Plaza, SGA Computer Lab, SGA Express Print Lab, John C. Hitt Library (see above), and Technology Commons.

Technology Commons provides large computer labs, laptop and tablet checkout, and group study spaces in Technology Commons I, II, and Classroom 1 101. Technology Commons also includes the Student Support Desk and the Technology Service Center to provide students support if they experience an issue with a PC or other devices.

Student Support for Learning Online

UCF’s Center for Distributed Learning (CDL) recognizes that completing a college degree in a traditional classroom environment doesn’t work for everyone. Taking fully online and blended classes means you can work toward a degree from practically anywhere.

If you’re enrolling into your first online class, check out Knights Online and see what it takes to be a successful online student. You can even use the Online Course Search Tool to search for your next online class.

Need help with Webcourses@UCF? CDL’s Webcourses@UCF Support Team can assist you with any questions or technical issues you may have.

CDL has the tools you need to overcome any challenges you may encounter along the way so you can focus on your education. Explore Student Support for Learning Online for a comprehensive list of resources to help you succeed in your next online course.

Regional Campus Support

Regional Campuses extend the academic support and student development efforts of the Main UCF Orlando campus to those students who attend classes or live near one of UCF’s ten regional campus locations. At each site, students have access to advisors and student services teams who provide a comprehensive range of support services, including transfer orientation, career services, experiential learning, veteran services, transition assistance, and accommodations for students with disabilities. Additionally, professional advisors provide guidance on academic programs that are hosted online or located at respective sites, as well as offer career and academic support in order to promote the success of the students on their campuses. All professional staff members are equipped with innovative tools, offering virtual appointments and other online or virtual programming in order to make meetings with students convenient, regardless of geographic limitations.

Additionally, UCF Libraries support students, faculty, and staff wherever UCF teaches classes. Services and resources such as Ask Us, Distance Services, and print materials are available through partnership libraries and online.

Student Development and Enrollment Services (SDES)

SDES is comprised of dozens of programs and services dedicated to providing students with opportunities for a broad collegiate experience. From Admissions to Career Services, the various offices incorporated into SDES connect with students before they enroll in courses all the way through graduation. SDES helps transform students by encouraging them to live ethically, stay healthy, and remain in school.

Technical Support

The Student Support Desk and Technology Service Center, located in Technology Commons, is available for students to seek assistance with any technical issues related to PCs, Macs, or other technology devices.

Taking a class using Webcourses@UCF? Obtain technical help from Webcourses@UCF Support via phone, email, or live chat.

21st Century Universal Design for Learning Tools

UCF Accessibility = Technology for All. Accessible technology is used by people for a wide range of reasons by incorporating the principle of universal design, which aims to provide inclusive educational resources that are easily usable by the broadest range of possible students. Each student can interact with the technology in a way that works best for him or her.

In college, you should expect to be reading, writing, researching, and taking notes regularly. Why not employ some technology to aid you with these essential tasks? Follow the paths below to find out how each tool can help. These resources are available to download by all UCF students.

Read & Write Literacy Software

Read & Write is a customizable, easy-to-use toolbar that seamlessly integrates with mainstream computer applications and offers help as you work, highlights and reads text aloud using natural- sounding voices, and also includes a comprehensive set of support tools.

Sonocent Audio NoteTaker

With Sonocent Audio Notetaker, you can take detailed, super-useful notes completely independently, by recording, marking up the important bits, and adding slides and reference material alongside your notes.

Accessible Technology

The three links below will take you to A) labs that have accessible technology B) Student Accessibility Services to learn more about the services we provide and C) other forms of accessible technology that is available through the Student Accessibility Services office.

UCF Apps

UCF Apps provides students free access to software needed for coursework available from any device, anytime, from anywhere! Your apps are available on desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices after logging in using your student credentials. All enrolled students have access to most Microsoft Office programs, statistical software (SPSS, SAS), and more!

Other Free Services


EndNote is a citation management software program that allows you to collect and organize citations, as well as create bibliographies with ease. EndNote will help simplify and enhance your research and is available for all current UCF faculty, staff, and students.

Microsoft Office 365

In Office 365, you have the advantage of downloading the latest version of Microsoft Office for free through your Knights Email. The applications include Microsoft Office for Windows and Mac, Skype for Business, and 1 TB of cloud storage in OneDrive Business. See Office 365 Settings in your Knights Email for more information.

Free Printing

Students receive 100 free pages of printing per week at All Knight Study, All Knight Study II, SGA Computer Lab, and SGA Express Print Lab.