Free Scantrons and Green Books
Since its inception, the SGA “Free Scantron Initiative” has provided Scantrons, free of cost, to tens of thousands of students each year. While the program’s primary intention was to encourage students to seek out the SGA office and meet their representatives, it quickly evolved into a service that students relied on. In 2011, the McCann-Brock Administration extended this service to include free blue books (now green books), fulfilling the needs of students in different disciplines.
SGA wants students to succeed in their classes, and providing testing materials free of charge is just one way we work towards that goal. Additionally, SGA provides a variety of scholarships each semester, for a broad range of students. We also provide free printing (see below), 24-hour study spaces, and a partnership with Knack, an on-demand peer-to-peer tutoring app. Several times throughout the semseter, we provide free breakfast to students at our Brain Food events, to keep your mind fueled during classes, exams, homework, and projects, so check out our calendar for Brain Food events and others!
How do I get a free Scantron/Green Book?
Scantrons and Green Books can be picked up at the SGA office during regular office hours (8am-5pm Mon-Fri), or at the Student Union’s information desk after 5pm (Mon-Fri). Just bring your UCF Student ID!
How many can I get?
You may pick up one free item per day, with a limit of three green books per semester. If you have more than one exam on a single day, be sure to plan ahead! Scantrons and Green Books can still be purchased in several vending machines on campus, and at the bookstore. SGA wishes you good luck on your exam!
What’s a Green Book?
A Green Book is just like a traditional Blue Book used for written exams, but it’s made of 30% post-consumer recycled paper! Cool, huh?
Free Printing and Computer Labs
- SGA Computer Labs in the Student Union – see hours
- All Knight Study @ Ferrell Commons – open 24hrs on weekdays
- All Knight Study @ Knights Plaza – open 24/7
These spaces are funded by SGA and operated by our friends at the Student Union.