Each semester SARC provides all UCF students an opportunity to continually enhance their learning and study skills through a series of workshops. Topics include power studying, time management, textbook reading, note taking, and test taking.

All workshops listed are open to any and all walk-in students. Our upcoming workshops can be viewed HERE. If you do not see a workshop that meets your organization’s needs, you may request a workshop

How to access live-streamed sessions:

  1. Check the schedule posted above for the date & time of the session you would like to view
  2. Click the link in the schedule to register for the session
  3. Once you have entered your name and email it will redirect you to a waiting room
  4.  Wait until the host starts the meeting and lets you in

Now you can connect to several of SARC’s most popular workshops! These have been recorded with captioning and are free for use and viewing at any UCF event or private home viewing. Please click on THIS link for our previously recorded workshops.

The University of Central Florida provides reasonable accommodation upon request. Advance notice is encouraged to best meet the needs of attendees and can be arranged by calling SARC at 407-823-5130.

In addition to live and recorded workshops, SARC is also providing all UCF students with an opportunity to enhance their learning and study skills through interactive workshops available on the website Student Lingo. To access these workshops, you must create a free account using the directions below.

Workshop Topics:

  • 10 Tips for Success in Your Online Course
  • Developing Critical Thinking Skills
  • Effectively Communicating Online
  • How Your Personality Style May Impact Your Academic Success
  • Learning Strategies Every Student Should Know
  • Online Courses: Staying Motivated and Disciplined
  • Taking Tests Online: Strategies for Success
  • What It Takes to Be a Successful Student.

How to Create a Student Lingo Account:

  1. Go to the Student Lingo Website:
  2. Enter your name, Knights email address, and create a password.
  3. Enter UCF ID, birth date, and major.