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Speed Up Your Graduation Checklist Using ONE.UF

With graduation around the corner, a to-do list can seem daunting. But soon-to-be grads can complete several items on the Graduation checklist directly via ONE.UF, including:

Getting your finances in order: Click on the Campus Finances tab to ensure all financial obligations are satisfied and that you’ve completed exit interviews [...]

Graduating Seniors: Tradition Keeper Logins

Spring 2019 TK Login Days will be on reading days April 25 and 26 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM in Emerson Alumni Hall!
Using the F-Book or the Gator Nation app, UFAA members can log popular UF traditions to become a UF Tradition Keeper earning them a medallion to wear at graduation!
Spring 2019 TK Login [...]

Office of the University Registrar

Spring Graduates: Verify your diploma mailing address to ensure receipt of your diploma. Your diploma will be mailed to the address you provided on your degree application. Deadline to make corrections to your name on the diploma or the mailing address is May 6th. Log on to ONE.UF > Academics > Certificate/Degree Application to make [...]

First-Generation Graduation Cords

Being the first in your family to graduate from college is a big deal! Your younger siblings, friends, mentors, community and family members must be very proud of you. UF is thrilled to offer a commemorative first-generation graduation cord for you to wear across the stage when you receive your UF diploma.
The cords are blue [...]

Opportunities

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Apply to be a Reitz Scholars

The Reitz Scholar Program is a unique scholastic opportunity for UF students. University of Florida Students who will be enrolled as a UF student during the 2019-2020 fall and spring semester are eligible to apply. Applicants must maintain a GPA of 3.25 or higher, be in good standing with the University (no pending or past [...]

Get Hired!

The Art of Getting hired is a course centered on Design Theory that addresses career development needs among students in UF’s most popular majors. It teaches students an action-oriented, reflective process and incorporates research-supported concepts that enhance career success and employment. This course will: ensure you are taking care of the career items that can [...]

Graham Center/City of Gainesville Fellowship

This will be the third year of this Fellowship, a collaboration between the Bob Graham Center and the City of Gainesville.  The city seeks  to recruit several fellows as a cohort who will mutually support each other in project based objectives throughout the entirety of an academic year. This team will work closely with each [...]

International Scholars Program & Peace Corps Prep Information Session

Are you interested in internationalizing your UF experience, and enhancing your learning inside and outside the classroom? Would you like to acquire the knowledge and skills to become a global citizen, competitive professional, and UF alumni? Join the UF International Scholars Program and Peace Corps Prep Program!
The International Scholars Program is a commencement medallion program [...]

Events

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Senior Sendoff Party May 2 at Gator Walk

Calling all UF seniors! Join the Class of 2019 on Thursday, May 2, at 5 p.m., at the Gator Walk at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium to celebrate your college experience with live music, free food, selfie stations, carnival games, free professional graduation photos, and much more.
This brand-new event, created by Student Government’s Senior Class Council, [...]

GatorNights – Power of the Elements

Water, earth, fire, air – which one are you? Have a splash at the Balloon Blast station. Connect with the earth by visiting the Seeds for Needs station, creating your own Leaf Coasters, and munching on Dirt Cups & Dip. Get heated with your very own DIY Lava Lamp, and check out the Polynesian Fire [...]

Family Night Out

Can’t make it to the museum during normal hours? Then be sure to check out this after-hours museum experience! Bring the whole family for a night of learning the Cade Way on Friday, April 26th from 6pm-8pm.
Tickets:
Adults (18+): $9 each
Youth (3-17): $7.50 each
Youth (0-2): Free
https://www.cademuseum.org/calendar2.html
Can’t make it to the museum during normal hours? Then be [...]

Transparency: Physiology, Wellness and Beyond in the Trans Community

Monday, April 15, 6:30-8:00 p.m. – Florida Gym, Room 105 (Gymnasium)
You’re invited to an informational and resource-driven event focused on physiology and wellness in the transgender community. The event will begin with a community expo featuring student and community organizations, as well as presentations from students of human physiology focused on the effects of medical [...]

Student Organizations

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S.H.E. Talks Club Leadership Positions

Interested in becoming a club officer? S.H.E. Talks is looking for a President, Vice President, Treasurer, and club members! If you want to boost your resume, make great connections, and lead a UF organization founded on student mentorship and gender equality, email: m.shabash@ufl.edu!
The S.H.E. Talks- Sharing Human Experiences seminars by OneHealth offer a chance to [...]

Looking for Good: 24 Hour Charity Stream

Looking For Good (LFG) is a 24 hour live-streamed gaming marathon that aims to raise funds and awareness about significant social issues. This year, their stream will focus on the widespread issue of gun violence. They will feature games, raffles, and special guests as they seek to understand these events through compassion and conversation. All [...]

Graduating Seniors: Tradition Keeper Logins

Spring 2019 TK Login Days will be on reading days April 25 and 26 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM in Emerson Alumni Hall!
Using the F-Book or the Gator Nation app, UFAA members can log popular UF traditions to become a UF Tradition Keeper earning them a medallion to wear at graduation!
Spring 2019 TK Login [...]

Discover Counter Narratives of Disability through Storytelling

Join the Disability Ambassadors for a Human Library event centered on Disability Tuesday, April 9 from 7-8 p.m. in the Cypress Hall Gathering Room. Students will share their narratives through storytelling to re-frame disability using their own experiences.
If you are interested in attending and will need accommodations in order to participate, please contact Beth Roland [...]