Health and Wellness
Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation
Counseling and Psychological Services
Collegiate Recovery Community
The Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation program provides students access to adaptive equipment, inclusive tournaments and supportive events across campus. No matter your ability, we can connect you to similar students through fun, innovative and unique programs.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is a free-of-charge campus agency designated to provide culturally and trauma informed services to university-enrolled students. We seek to strengthen student success by minimizing the interruption of learning caused by mental health concerns. During normal operations, CAPS offers initial assessments, brief individual counseling, group therapy, workshops and educational presentations on a variety of topics, crisis intervention and daily walk-in services, and professional consultations to staff, faculty, students and parents. We offer services in an atmosphere that is welcoming and comfortable for all students regardless of race, gender, ethnic background, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, citizenship, or physical status.
The Collegiate Recovery Community sustains and nurtures a safe and authentic community by offering access to recovery resources and fun, drug-free events. Our community is founded upon values that enable students to develop behaviors and skills necessary to flourish in recovery.
UCF Dining Services has you covered with an array of convenient dining options. Whether you’re picking up a quick snack or sitting down to a well-balanced meal, and whether you live on campus or commute to class, we have a dining membership that’s right for you.
Wellness and Health Promotion Services offers free condoms at our office and in restrooms in select locations on campus: RWC (Main and Knights Plaza Locker rooms), first floor of Student Union, All Knight Study, Multicultural Academic and Support Services, Pride Commons, and Student Health Services.
A free course offering you some common stressors that graduate students face. Students can work through the modules on their own. This course includes a digital workbook that can be used to create an individualized plan for well-being catered to your personal needs.
Group exercise classes at the Recreation and Wellness Center offers you a range of healthy lifestyle opportunities led by nationally certified student instructors. Online scheduling makes it easy to sign up for a favorite class or a new experience or walk-ins are welcome too.
Wellness and Health Promotion Services offers Free HIV Rapid Testing five days a week with an appointment and during special Rapid Testing events.
Kognito is a set of role-play, avatar modules to educate faculty, staff, and students about mental health and suicide prevention and how to support someone who is in distress or may need a referral.
The Knights Helping Knights Pantry serves UCF students by providing basic needs including food, clothing, and personal hygiene items to foster continued academic success and increase retention for students in need.
Located at the corner of West Plaza Drive and Gemini Boulevard North near the Arena, the facility features a weight floor, two cardio floors, and a circuit area for a more private workout.
UCF Personal Trainers can help you define your fitness goals, teach you new exercises, increase your muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility, provide functional training opportunities, motivate you to achieve your goals, and equip you with tools to support the healthy lifestyle you’ve always wanted.
Smoke-Free UCF offers programs and prescriptions to assist students and faculty members in breaking the habit. Six-week classes led by Quit Smoking Now facilitators are available for groups and individuals. Classes are free and include nicotine replacement therapies, such as gum, lozenges, and patches.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) views disabilities as an integral part of the rich diversity at the University of Central Florida. SAS acknowledges that classroom and campus accessibility needs and considerations are expanding as more classes and campus experiences incorporate online and technological components. We are happy to discuss any course or campus barriers that may be preventing access to education and an equitable campus experience for students.
TAO Self Help is an interactive, web-based program that provides assistance to help overcome anxiety, depression, and other concerns. TAO is based on well researched and highly effective strategies. You can choose to view short, but helpful videos, take part in brief exercises, use logs to track moods and progress, and have access to a Mindfulness Library.
Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) is an up to 8 week, interactive, online therapy program that provides assistance for anxiety, depression, and other concerns. TAO is based on well researched and highly effective strategies for helping students in these areas. Throughout treatment, clients will watch videos and complete exercises individually for up to 2 hours per week, and then meet with a therapist via videoconferencing for a 10-15 minute appointment.
Togetherall is an anonymous peer to peer platform to support mental health. You need a Knights email to register and you have access to millions of people around the world 24/7 and 365 days a year to explore.