Knights Helping Knights Pantry at Main Campus
In addition to the Knights Pantry at Rosen College, the Knights Helping Knights Pantry at the UCF main campus is a resource for students. They offer expanded food options including meet and fresh produce, clothing and personal hygiene items. The Rosen College Shuttle is available to take you to the main campus to connect with these additional resources.
UCF Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
This is an on campus resource that seeks to serve as an essential mental health resource for UCF students by providing high quality culturally competent, clinical and outreach services. The vision of the CAPS team is to enhance the lives of students by reducing the impact of mental health and phase of life challenges, elevating resiliency and minimizing the interruption of their academic pursuits. Many different types of counseling options are available to you as a UCF student. To find out more, visit the Counseling and Psychological Services website. Services offered by CAPS are free-of-charge for current students.
If you would like an appointment with the Counselor at the Rosen Campus, please call the CAPS Main Line, 407-823-2811, and request an appointment at Rosen College.
If you are experiencing a crisis, call the UCF Crisis Hotline at 407-823-2811 for assistance after business hours.
For access to self-help through CAPS Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) program go to: http://bit.ly/TAOSelfHelp
You can also visit the CAPS home page and click on the green button for TAO Self-Help! Just enter the one-time enrollment key: #TAOhelpsRosen11
TAO is a free self-help option for UCF students.
Rosen College Clinic
Not feeling well? The Rosen College Clinic is here to help. The Rosen College Clinic is located in the Rosen College Apartments but is open to ALL students at Rosen College. The staff offers sick appointments, well-woman exams, in-house labs, pharmacy services, immunization services and more. Health and Wellness events take place throughout the academic year including free flu shots and STD testing. There isn’t a fee to visit the Rosen College Clinic for provider visits, however there maybe charges for procedures, laboratory testing and/or medications.
Another resource offered to students is the 24-Hour Nurse Line at 855-245-8395.
There are additional resources in the Central Florida community that can provide help beyond food provided by the Knights Pantry at Rosen College. To find out more about the resources in our larger community, Click Here.
We want all students at the university to know that UCF not only cares about their academic success, but their overall wellbeing. Life can get difficult at times, especially while in college. Many students are faced with stressors and challenges that begin to impact their success as a student. These stressors can appear in many different forms: difficulty adjusting to university life, family issues, financial difficulties, abusive relationships, etc. Our goal is to “build a culture of care, one knight at a time, where every UCF Knight cares about the health and safety of one another.”
For more information on how UCF Cares can provide assistance to current Rosen Knights, please visit the UCF Cares website.