Hours at the UCF Libraries on Gameday, Thursday, August 31 are listed below. Kickoff at Spectrum Stadium is at 6:00 p.m., so hard-working, Library-using, hard-studying, relentlessly researching Knights have plenty of time to meet tailgating friends and see the start of the game. The UCF Knights face the FIU Panthers, under the lights. Go Knights! Charge On!
Welcome back to new and returning Rosen College students! Check out our display in the Rosen library’s exhibit case: Campus Tour-in-a-Box. We have gathered flyers, brochures, and materials that offer a quick rundown of resources available to students.
Pick up a brochure for Rosen College’s degree programs.
Learn about purchasing a Rosen campus parking permit.
Did you know that you can speak to a licensed mental health counselor at the UCF CAPS office here at Rosen?
Interested in exploring your options after graduation? Learn about continuing your academic career with Rosen’s graduate programs.
Also included in the exhibit are books showcasing current trends in the field of hospitality and tourism, plus books about time management and productivity!
On display in March and April at the Rosen Library is an exhibit featuring two student organizations–Transfer Knights and Tau Sigma National Honor Society. Transfer Knights is a social organization that connects transfer students with the rest of UCF. Tau Sigma is a national honor society that features the academic work of transfer students. Newsletters, schedule of events, and contact information are provided for students who are interested in joining these student organizations. Exhibit was curated by Velencia Duvra with assistance by Schuyler Kerby.
The Rosen Counseling Office and the Rosen College Clinic have partnered with the Rosen Library to create a welcome back display. Stop by the library to learn about the services offered by these fantastic campus offices. Pick up a flyer for you or a friend about wellness, nutrition, and other essential topics. Have a great new year and semester!
On display in the exhibit case at the Rosen Library are books, souvenirs, and photographs regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender tourism. The exhibit showcases fiction and nonfiction gay travelogues and academic research on LGBT tourism. The pamphlet covers basic information regarding LGBT tourism and the history of this particular subset of tourism in Florida. This exhibit has been on display since August, and it will run through October. Schuyler Kerby curates the exhibit with assistance from Shane Roopnarine.