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NEW Mobile Printing Locations

We’ve got your back, Gators! As mobile printing services become increasingly popular, we want to ensure there are more than enough printers to go around! We’ve added more mobile printing stations– the newest station is in the Math Study Center at Broward Hall. Now, there are 50+ locations across campus.
For added convenience, there are two [...]

Free Access to the New York Times

The University of Florida provides a free academic access pass to the New York Times. You can create an account using your @ufl email at NYTimes.com/UF. The access allows you to search the New York Times historical archive dating back to 1851. The ability to search thousands of current events in topics such as Sports, [...]

Tech Fair: Tech Support, Raffle for AirPods Pro, and On-Campus Tech Jobs Available

Raffle prizes, tech tips, on-campus job opportunities, and free swag? Open your eyes to the world of tech this Thursday, January 23, at UF’s annual Student Tech Fair located in Tech Plaza. There will be tables set up with campus tech experts from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Learn about mobile printing options, how to get [...]

How To Spot Fake Job Ads (Phishing)

Unfortunately, UF students are heavily targeted with phishing emails – ESPECIALLY at the start of a new semester. Scammers know you have a lot going on and try to exploit your need for a part-time job. Falling for these scams can result in identify theft and additional financial insecurity, because scammers could obtain your social security [...]

Opportunities

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2020-2021 Student Advisory Board Applications are Open

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. 2020-2021 Student Advisory Board Applications are available at [...]

CALS Majors & Minors Fair

Are you still exploring possible majors and minors?  Have you considered the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences?  Grounded in the ideals of a premiere land-grant institution, our College offers a selection of 23 majors and a multitude of minors.  Scholarship, research, study abroad, leadership, and career mentoring opportunities are available through CALS.  Come check [...]

Can Mentoring Impact Your Career?

The Career Speakers Bureau is a unique opportunity for professionals to share their inspiring story and career journey. This event will feature individuals and their mentoring story, showcasing the career impact of mentor-mentee relationships. A question-and-answer segment will follow the presentation. Join us on Thursday, Jan. 30 from 6 – 7 p.m. in the Career [...]

CPT, OPT and OPT-STEM Information Sessions

The Career Connections Center and International Student Services are collaborating to present information sessions about CPT, OPT and OPT-STEM! Please attend to learn about your ability to legally do an internship during your program of study and to work after graduation. They will also be discussing Career Connections Center services for international students. Tuesday, Jan. [...]

Events

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Celebration of the Arts GatorNights

Come celebrate the arts with us this week at GatorNights! Be sure to get there early to participate in our first painting class of the semester after you check-in, sign-ups begin at 7:30 PM and the classes are at 8 PM and 10 PM in 3315 (spots are limited and first-come, first-serve). Watch the Theatre [...]

RPB Presents: Pet Ceramics

The Reitz Programming Board presents Pet Ceramics! Come seize the op-purr-tunity to paint animal ceramics in the Arts and Crafts Center (located on the Lower Level of the J. Wayne Reitz Union)! There will be ceramic doggos, cute cats, hopping bunnies and flipping fish ready for you to paint. We’ll also be serving cookies, brownies [...]

RPB Presents: Campus Movie Fest (CMF)

The Reitz Programming Board and GatorNights is proud to present the annual Campus Movie Fest (CMF), the world’s largest student film festival! CMF is open to all UF students with a valid student ID. We will be tabling on campus Jan. 21 to 28 so please stop by and say hello.
Join us for an info [...]

Ethics Cafe on Free Speech and Hate Speech

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 3-4:30 pm, Smathers 100
Moderator: April Hines
(Librarian, College of Journalism and Communications)
Controversial speakers on campus have prompted vigorous debates about our approach to free speech in the public sphere: Are there limits to the speech that should be given a campus venue? How should universities like UF, and their local communities, respond?
This [...]

Student Organizations

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Apply to Become a U Matter Ambassador

Are you ready to forge your own path? Apply to become a U Matter Ambassador! U Matter Ambassadors provide students with the tools and knowledge to be successful on campus and forge their own paths, and while doing so bring about positive change to campus. As U Matter Ambassadors, we are dedicated to supporting our [...]

Southeast SACNAS 2020 Meeting

Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS), UF chapter is hosting the 2020 Southeast SACNAS meeting at Reitz Union, University of Florida on 28-29 Feb. SACNAS is a wonderful student organization focused on promoting diversity in STEM fields. This is the perfect place to share your research and your culture! Deadline [...]

Public Leadership Society’s 1st General Body Meeting

Interested in developing your leadership skills and getting involved in the community? Join Public Leadership Society for their 1st General Body Meeting this Tuesday, January 28 at 6:30 p.m. in Matherly Hall, Room 0113. They offer workshops, bring in valuable speakers, and attend community involvement events. Come out to hear more about them and get some [...]

Open Recruitment – Phi Sigma Pi National Co-Ed Honor Fraternity

Looking to find your home on campus along with leadership and service opportunities? Phi Sigma Pi Co-Ed National Honor Fraternity is having Open Recruitment Jan. 27 – 30 on campus with free food. Come out and meet their stellar members for involvement and service opportunities. Open to all majors and all of UF undergrad. Check [...]