COVID-19 Pandemic Relief 

SPS national pandemic relief

UCF Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)

Past SPS Lecture Material:

Fourier Notes : An Updated Introduction to Fourier Analysis

FunQM : Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics and Morse theory

Thanks to Spencer Tamagni for creating these!

Graduate School Admission:

See some notes here on the process.

See here for information on how to ask questions about the graduate schools once you have been admitted and while applying.

See here to see which Physics and Astronomy Graduate programs require the general GRE and the Physics GRE.

Learning Resources:

The classic Feynman lectures on physics. A great cover of both introductory and more advanced topics.
Check out Harvard’s GRE Resources! A great way to study for the Physics GRE.
Check out Cornell’s GRE Prep and LaTEX Tutorial!
MIT Open Courseware lets you go through material of MIT’s introductory and advanced courses.
Here you can find some free online physics courses.
Here is City College of New York’s helpful links.

Mentoring Resources:

The National Mentoring Community (NMC) is an APS organization. If you are registered as a National SPS member you get an APS membership for free with that (Highly Suggest you do this). Then you can for free register for NMC and find a local physics mentor with an optional regimented structure.

CIMER – Training for being a mentee and mentor. Good for maximizing your relationships.

Organizational Resources:

Check out some of the work done by our SPS members at the SPS-UCF Github.
Learn more about SPS National.


For all people it is important to stay mentally healthy just as much as keeping physically healthy. Please go through this pdf here to go through common mental habits that can be unhealthy.

If you need help with your physics work, try going to the Physics Help Room in PSB 158. You can find out more about our LA programs as well as tutoring availability at the PhysTEC website.

The Physics Undergrad Room in PSB 467

Also, you can hang out with your other undergrads and occasionally get work done in the Undergraduate Study Room, PSB 467. Feel free to drop by, or request card access here (list Dr. Elena Flitsiyan as your supervisor).

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS):

We all need help sometimes. CAPS is a free-of-charge campus agency designated to provide psychological services to university-enrolled students. This service 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. for information call 407-823-2811 or visit

Student Accessibility Services (SAS):

To any student who may have a disability physical or mental SAS works collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to create an inclusive educational environment for students. They can provide things like extra time for tests, class notes and much more. for more information call 407-823-2372, email or visit their website.

Some of the resources lists as well as many others that are offered to help students in need are available to at 

Victim Services:

If you or someone you know has been impacted by crime, violence, or abuse UCF Victim Services provides confidential advocacy and support to the UCF community 24/7. for information please call 407-823-1200, text 407-823-6868, or visit

Title IX:

Title IX protects people from discrimination based on sex in education programs or activities that receive federal financial assistance. Sex-based discrimination can include sexual assault, relationship abuse, stalking, and sexual harassment, which the Golden Rule Student Handbook categorizes as sexual misconduct and/or interpersonal violence. All disclosures of these types of incidents are taken seriously. to file a report or for more information visit

Knights Helping Knights Pantry:

If you are financially struggling The Knights Helping Knights Pantry is committed to serving UCF students by providing basic needs including food, clothing, and personal hygiene items for free to foster continued academic success and increase retention for students in need. for more information call 407-823-3663 or visit