The Office of Integrity and Ethical Development (IED) specializes in the promotion of individual responsibility and personal development. Programs are designed to develop awareness toward integrity, ethical decision-making, conflict resolution, and supportive communication. Services include mediation, coaching sessions, and outreach workshops. These services are designed to provide students (undergraduate and graduate) with the college life skills necessary for academic and personal success at UCF.
News & Announcements
2013 Fall College Life Skills Workshop Series
IED will be presenting four college life skills workshops during the summer B term. These workshops are open to all UCF Knights. Location for these workshops is in the Academic Village learning community. You do not have to live in Academic Village to attend. Please visit the workshops page for the workshop titles and descriptions, dates and times.
FREE PIZZA for UCF Knights for participating in "The Roommate Conversation". This 60 minute interactive, informal, and fun exercise is for UCF Knights who are rooming with one another and want to strengthen their current living environment. Whether it is getting to know each other better, developing study, sleep, cleaning schedules, establishing ground rules for a productive semester, etc. this exercise will allow roommates to create a living space of respect, civility, and open communication.
IED is Ready to Travel – Request a Workshop
IED is available to come to a class, student organizational meeting, fraternity or sorority chapter meeting, and leadership team meeting this semester. We will even travel to a UCF Regional Campus, to the Rosen College of Hospitality Management, to the UCF College of Medicine Campus, and to surrounding Apartment Complexes. Learn more about IED presentation topics and to complete a workshop request form here.