Pegasus Path is an interactive degree-planning tool that integrates academic content from your myKnight degree audit with co-curricular activities suggested by your department to create an ideal path for graduation in four years and to prepare you for next steps after graduation. Work with your assigned major and CAHSA advisors to create the optimal plan for you.
myKnight Degree Audit
Your myKnight degree audit is a tool that lists and tracks completion of your degree requirements and is the tool used to certify your degree at the time of graduation. You have a degree audit for each declared major, minor, and/or certificate program. It is important that you check your degree audit(s) regularly and see your assigned major and CAHSA advisors at least once a semester to ensure you are on the right path for graduation in four years.
myKnight STAR (MKS) is the student success management system used by UCF’s advising community to communicate with students and document advising interactions. <!–You are able to schedule an appointment with your assigned CAHSA advisor through your myUCF Student Center.–> Using MKS, your assigned CAHSA and major advisors will keep a record of your advising notes from your appointments, Additionally, your assigned CAHSA advisor will email appointment requests from MKS. Email communications from MKS will be sent to your Knights email address and you will also receive text messages from the MKS platform. Please be sure to respond to appointment requests by promptly scheduling an advising appointment with your assigned advisor.
Knights Email is the official university-provided student electronic mail service. You will need to create a Knights Email account prior to attending orientation and you’re encouraged to check and respond to your Knights Email on a daily basis. Knights Email is hosted by Microsoft and includes a suite of Office 365 collaboration applications. This will be the official email address used by faculty, administrators, and advisors and an address that you can maintain beyond your time at UCF; please be professional.