We focus on topics specifically related to the promotion of academic integrity, the prevention of academic misconduct, and the enhancement of skills associated with professionalism.
Our workshops topics range from Ethical Decision Making to Picture Perfect Transcript to Traps of Academic Misconduct suitable for a student organization of 25, a Greek Life chapter of 90 or a class of 375.
- A series of workshops specifically aimed at providing students (undergraduate and graduate) with College Life Skills necessary to navigate a collegiate experience.
- Partner with us to participate in your next retreat, officer meeting, or membership meeting.
Outreach Programs for Faculty and Staff
- What is it?
- A series of workshops facilitated each spring, summer and fall terms focusing on topics related to academic integrity, academic misconduct, ethical decision making, and professionalism.
- Why these topics?
- Topics are chosen based on recent trends from what we have seen, heard, and from interactions with students, faculty, and staff.
- Who is it for?
- Every student (undergraduate and graduate)
- Earn 1,000 LINK points per workshop
- What can you expect?
- Timely and intentional reality based learning. Our goal is for you to be able to apply what you learn throughout your college experience.
- All of our workshops are facilitated in an informal and safe atmosphere to allow for students to ask critical questions, able to express points of view with dignity, and share related experience to assist others.
- A powerpoint presentation is provided, along with information about our office’s programs and services, a handout to correspond with the topic, and of course, great free promotional items for use throughout the semester.
- These 50 minute workshops are open to all UCF students and no RSVP is needed. Just show up and consider bringing a friend.
- Freshmen receive LINK points for attending any and all of our workshops.
- Documentation of attendance is taken at all workshops to provide if necessary, evidence of your participation.
Semester Schedule — Click here to download the Fall 2018 College Life Skills Workshop Series.
- Timely and intentional reality based learning. Our goal is for you to be able to apply what you learn throughout your college experience
- Our workshops are interactive, thought provoking, and engaging. We make it relevant for what current college students are experience today.
- We prefer to have 45–60 minutes to present.
- You can request us to present a 10 minute overview on our programs and services but ask for at least 45–60 minutes for a specific topic
- We will travel to UCF Regional Campuses, to the Rosen Campus, and to the College of Medicine Campus.
- We are available to present after 5:00 pm and on the weekend as our calendars will allow.
- We can customize a topic for a specific audience to make the presentation purposeful, informative, and comprehensive.
- It can be for a staff of 5, a student organization of 25, a Greek Life chapter meeting of 90 or a class of 275. The number in attendance does not matter to us. Just the message you want conveyed.
- Workshop can 60 minutes, 90 minutes, one hour, two hours, etc. Whatever time frame necessary to allow for learning to occur, we will present.
- We appreciate at least a two week notice in scheduling a presentation but will always check calendars in regards to any date and time submitted.
We have presented to the following groups in the past:
- Ethical Decision Making — New RA Staff Training
- Professionalism and Reputation Building — UCF Hospitality Courses
- Clarifying Values — Office of Student Involvement Leadership Training
- How to Communicate with Professors — Honor College Students
- The Courage to Choose — Ethical Decision Making — Fraternities and Sororities
- Developing Conflict Resolution Skills — Peer Mentors
- Creating a Peaceful Living Space with Others — Residents in Housing and Residence Life
- The Art of Email Etiquette — Business Fraternity
Click here to fill out a Student Organization Workshop Request Form
Faculty Member Looking For a Workshop for Your Class?
Click here to complete our on-line Request a Workshop form.