Honor Your Knighthood is a concept in regards to new UCF students developing an understanding of the importance UCF places on subject matters related to Academic Integrity, Alcohol Awareness, Sexual Assault, and Hazing Prevention. Through the completion of four individual on-line modules, UCF students will begin to demonstrate tenets associated with the UCF Creed of Integrity, Scholarship, Community, Creativity, and Excellence. UCF is committed to student safety and success both inside and outside the classroom.
The Academic Integrity modules aim to assist UCF students in becoming familiar with first, UCF's policies on academic misconduct, second, understanding consequences of such misconduct, and third, learn strategies of how to demonstrate academic integrity.
AlcoholEdu is an online interactive program that provides detailed information about alcohol and its effects on the body and mind. The goal is to assist students in making well-informed decisions regarding alcohol, and help cope with drinking behaviors of peers.
The Hazing Prevention module is an evidence-based online course, reflecting best practices established by leading academics studying hazing prevention.
Sexual Violence Prevention Awareness program focusing on sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking which educates students on healthy relationships, communication and consent. This Prevention Module will include UCF specific resources and reporting options for students. Release date of this required module and specific dates of requirements to be announced.
News and Updates
You may have received communication or have learned about a requirement called Honor Your Knighthood.
- All Summer/Fall 2016 UCF Knights, regardless of program, major, degree, are required to complete all four (4) modules associated with Honor Your Knighthood
- These four (4) modules DO NOT have to be completed by your scheduled orientation date
- The completion of these four (4) modules do not interfere with receiving or disbursement of financial aid awards
- The completion of these four (4) modules do not interfere with registering for classes during orientation
We encourage the completion of these four (4) individual modules prior to deadlines determined. Please be aware that each module has a unique access date (when the module is available to take) and a unique deadline date as well.
Failure to complete each of these modules by their respected deadlines will result in a hold on myUCF accounts. This hold will prevent registration for future semesters.