UF Wi-Fi Access – Stay Connected

There’s nothing worse than coming back from break and realizing your laptop or phone won’t connect to UF Wi-Fi. No worries, this problem can be avoided. If you make the switch to UF Eduroam today, when you return from Spring Break you’ll still be connected. In March, the UF network that your devices automatically connect [...]

Office of the University Registrar

February 22: Summer & Fall 2019 Schedule of Courses Available on ONE.UF.
Are you going home for the summer and do you plan to take a class for transfer to UF? Review the instructions and complete the Transient Student form found at:
February 22: Summer & Fall 2019 Schedule of Courses Available on ONE.UF.
Are you going home [...]

Consumer Information Disclosure for all University of Florida Students

The university is committed to providing important information to its students, faculty and staff. Consistent with this commitment and pursuant to the university’s notice and reporting obligations under various laws, information concerning the following topics may be obtained at the websites cited below:

Economic Security Report
System Summary of Post-Graduation Employment Outcomes
Drug-Free Workplace Statement for students, faculty [...]

Get Free Tech Stuff – 2019 Student Tech Fair

You’ve seen the posters in the Hub and Marston Science Library, along with the in-ground signage all over campus. They always say to never ignore a sign, and that rings especially true for this week’s Student Tech Fair.
Tech Fair is an annual event to introduce students to the free campus technology services and support available. [...]



2018-2019 Student Advisory Board Applications

Interested in serving as a student member on one of the following boards: Reitz Union Board of Managers, Recreational Sports Board of Directors, or O’Connell Center Advisory Board? Applications are now available. Serve, gain valuable leadership experience, and help make decisions that benefit all students at UF. 2019-2020 Student Advisory Board Applications are available at [...]

Now Accepting Nominations: 2019 Champions for Change Awards

A partnership of the UF Office of Sustainability and Healthy Gators, the annual Champions for Change Awards program recognizes individuals or groups in the campus community who have made significant contributions in the areas of sustainability and health during their time at UF.
Nominations will be accepted until March 1, and are judged based upon the [...]

UF Calling Center – Now Hiring

Are you looking for a job on campus with hours that are flexible to your schedule? Are you looking to earn valuable experience for your resume? Apply for a Student Fundraiser position with at the UF Calling Center!
Hiring students who are professional, well-spoken and fluent in English. Pay starts at $8.75/hour with the opportunity for [...]

MA in the Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women’s Studies Research

Pursue a master’s degree (with funding!) in the Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women’s Studies Research. Their MA program offers a vibrant and diverse faculty, flexible requirements, and excellent preparation for those wishing to go on for doctoral study or professional employment. The program advances the study of gender and sexualities and their intersections with [...]



Stand Up & Holler

Who’s All for the Gators?
Come out to the Plaza of the Americas on Tuesday, February 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for some free coffee, pizza, lots of giveaways and the chance to meet Coach Dan Mullen! Share your event photos on social media with #AllForTheGators for the chance to win additional prizes. For [...]

An Introduction to Disability Studies Theory with Dr. Vrana

The Disability Resource Center and the inaugural DRC Faculty Fellow Dr. Hether Vrana welcomes you to a Disability Studies Seminar on Keywords and Concepts to introduce you to Disability Studies Theory.
Join us February 28th from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Disability Resource Center in Reid Hall.
If you are interested in attending our lectures and [...]

African American Oral History Symposium at UF

Join the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program for the celebration and opening of the Joel Buchanan African American Oral History Archive at UF on March 21-23, 2019. They invite scholars, students, educators, and community leaders to watch films and podcasts, attend book signings, and discuss the latest trends in African-American history from K-12 to higher [...]

GatorNights – 3001

GatorNights is Always Friday, Always Free for UF students with their Gator1 Card at the Reitz Union from 8:00 PM – 1:00 AM. Attendees must be current students to participate and are allowed to bring a maximum of one guest to the event.
Time travel 982 years in the future to GatorNights 3001! This Friday, show [...]

Student Organizations


Spring SG Elections – Vote Feb. 19 & 20

Spring SG Elections voting days are Feb. 19 and 20. Polling locations across campus will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. both days.
The Student Body President/Vice President/Treasurer candidates are:
- IMPACT PARTY: Michael Murphy/Sarah Abraham/Santiago Gutierrez
- INSPIRE PARTY: Zachariah Chou/Gouthami Gadamsetty/Mackintosh Joachim
For more information, please visit To view all candidates, click on “Spring [...]

The Campus Kitchen Spring General Body Meeting

The Campus Kitchen 2nd Spring General Body Meeting
February 19 | 6:15 p.m. | Matherly Hall Room 0105
During this meeting, we will discuss the ways that we can reduce food waste and food insecurity in our community over a light dinner and dessert! We will also go over our Raise the Dough Fundraiser that will run [...]

Spring SG Elections – Important Dates

Remaining Spring Student Government Elections dates:
• Feb. 6: Absentee Ballot Requests Due (5PM,
• Feb. 12: Debate (6PM, Reitz Grand Ballroom)
• Feb. 19-20: SG Elections (8:30AM-8:30PM, Campus-wide)
Questions? Visit or email Supervisor of Elections Henry Fair:
Remaining Spring Student Government Elections dates:

Feb. 6: Absentee Ballot Requests Due (5 p.m.,
Feb. 12: Debate (6 p.m., Reitz [...]

Solve challenging problems with the Undergraduate Consulting Club

The Undergraduate Consulting Club provides students with resources, development, and community while learning about the consulting industry. If you like solving challenging problems, come out to one of our meetings. They meet Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. in Heavener 210. All majors and backgrounds are welcome!