Posted on August 21, 2020August 12, 2020 by Susan HicksStudents – Important Things to Help You with Your Fall Classes Dear Students, UCF and the Center for Distributed Learning wish to share a few useful resources to assist you with your Fall 2020 semester Webcourses@UCF Web browser requirements and settings for Webcourses@UCF Your teacher may be using an online Proctored Exam Tool. Check to make sure your computer is ready.Is your Webcourses@UCF Mobile App up to date?Need assistance with Webcourses@UCF? Open a support ticket or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay Informed What Students Need to Know About the BlendFlex Model Keep up to date with the Keep Learning site. UCF Integrity Line. If you believe you have experienced abusive or discriminatory behavior by any faculty or staff member, contact the UCF Integrity Line. You can report anonymously or as yourself at 1-855-877-6049 or http://www.ucfintegrityline.com. UCF cares about you and takes every report seriously. Campus Resources Student Academic Resource Center (SARC)– provides academic support programs and services to help students develop study skills and achieve the highest standards of academic excellence.Student Success Resources – this page provides a directory of academic, wellness, and financial resources to support your student success.Student Care Services – offers guidance, resources, and referrals to UCF students who are experiencing a distressing situation which significantly impacts academic or personal success. Knights Pantry – provides basic needs including food, clothing, and personal hygiene items to students in need.Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) – provides free-of-charge psychological services to enrolled UCF students.