The myKnight Audit assist you with planning your academic career, selecting the right courses, and tracking your progress toward degree completion. The myKnight Audit outlines degree program requirements and populates transfer credit and completed, in-progress, or planned courses into the respective degree requirements for you to see your progress to degree completion.
The Pegasus Path is a new interactive degree planning tool that will help you get from orientation to graduation. You can plan your courses, co-curriculars, and important tasks using this tool. The plan even integrates with your myKnight Audit to help you graduate on time.
mySchedule Builder is a course scheduling tool designed to assist you with planning around your personal, academic, and professional responsibilities. The tool allows you to preview and compare possible class schedule combinations for selected courses. Upon building and selecting a plan from the tool, you can send the selected plan to your UCF Shopping Cart.
myKnight STAR is an online platform used by academic advising offices to communicate with students and to facilitate online scheduling of advising appointments. myKnight STAR is also used to manage sign-ups and track participation in workshops, tutoring, and other campus services.
ServiceNow allows students (and advisors) to submit a ticket to have transfer credit evaluated for application to General Education Program, Gordon Rule, and foreign language proficiency requirements and to correct myKnight Audit or Pegasus Path planner errors.
Webcourses@UCF Support is your go-to resource for technical assistance, concerns, or questions related to a variety of online learning tools, including Webcourses@UCF, Materia, Obojobo, Zoom, Panopto, and more.
The Center for Distributed Learning’s Student Support for Learning Online provides information and resources to be successful in fully online or blended courses, including online learning tips, technology requirements, and more. Also, learn how to maximize your use of Webcourses@UCF.
The LibTech Technology Lending Desk at the John C. Hitt Library offers a wide variety of tech equipment and accessories to complement your academic studies and multimedia projects. Students can check out equipment for free including laptops (Mac & Windows), iPad tablets, Apple Pencils, projectors, webcams, portable power chargers, DSLR and Mirrorless cameras, GoPro action cameras, mobile device power chargers, audio/video adapters & cables for almost any device, and much more!
Student Accessibility Services provides students access to accessibility software. The easy-to-use Glean software allows students to take better, more detailed notes without having to worry about missing any part of the lecture. The Kurzweil 3000 Literacy Software is also available to help increase study skills with tools such as PDF Aloud, Dictionary and Translator features, and many more options. The software is free to all UCF students!
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!