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Love Your Libraries Sticker Contest

It is time to get creative! The UCF Libraries is sponsoring a “Love your Libraries” sticker contest! UCF Students are invited to submit original design entries no larger than 4” x 3”. The contest closes on March 31st at 5PM.

The library will select one winning design that reflects the library to print and distribute during Finals Week (April 25 – May 2, 2023). A winner will be announced through library social media and digital signs in the library. The winner will receive 25 printed stickers and an LED light displaying their design!

Full contest rules and the submission form are available at

Complete the Minimizing Misinformation Challenge

All 5 challenges of the Spring 2021 Minimizing Misinformation series are ready for you to flex your muscles and test your information fluency skills.

Remember the more challenges you complete, the more prizes you win!

1 challenge = Coveted UCF Libraries Sticker pack
3 challenges = UCF Libraries duckie Temporary Tattoo
5 challenges = Grand prize pack!

Open to UCF students, faculty and staff!

National Poetry Month

Poetry Contest Winners!

Congratulations to our 2019 Poetry Contest winners!

They each received a #UCFLibrary waterbottle and their work as been added to the KnightVerse, the student writing contest section of UCF Libraries’ digital repository, STARS.

Haiku winner:
Fountain Finals” by Tim Walker

Sonnet winner:
Together Apart” by Abel Birchfield

Knight Terror: Haunting the Stacks

Congratulations to our 2018 Knight Terror winners!

Congratulations to our two Knight Terror: Haunting the Stacks winners!


1st place: “The Name Book” by Daniel Ceruti

2nd place: “Jaw Breaker” by Morgan Campbell


Both are now a part of our KnightVerse in STARS!

Thank you to everyone who submitted a story. There were a lot of very scary stories to choose from which made judging very exciting.

Knight Terror: Haunting the Stacks

Knight Terror: Haunting the Stacks

What terrors lurk in the shadows of a library? What scary thoughts creep through your mind when the stacks are quiet? What spooky creatures skulk in the edges of your vision?

Submit your scary story for the second annual Knight Terror Library writing contest by 11:59 pm on October 22, 2018 to see if you cause the best fright.

  • Contest for UCF students only
  • One entry per student
  • 500 words or less
  • The story should be themed in or around libraries in general
  • Stories with explicit sexual content will not be considered for this contest

Submit your scary short story here:

Winners be announced on October 31, and be immortalized in STARS KnightVerse. First place wins a special UCF Libraries prize pack. Second place wins a Library Construction duck.

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