Sideline Safety Zone

If you are traveling to Jacksonville this weekend for the Florida – Georgia football game, the University of Florida wants you to be smart and stay safe.
With the tremendous number of visitors, cell phone service may not be consistent, causing your phone to run out of power more quickly than usual. To conserve your battery, [...]

Protecting Your Apple Devices

Last year, about 3.1 million Americans were victims of smartphone theft.  Keep your information safe by encrypting your phone — it’s quick and easy to do!  On Apple smartphones and tablets, all you need to do is set a passcode.  Simply tap ‘Settings’ and then ‘Passcode.’  After you create your passcode, make sure ‘Data protection [...]

Gator Tips of the Week

October 27 – You are enough. You have influence. You have a contribution to make. YOU MATTER! Remember that today and every day!
October 28 – If someone matters you to you, let them know. Create a culture of care at the University of Florida.
October 29 – The journey is important. How are you choosing your [...]

Registrar Reminders

Find important information for degree candidates at  Verify your permanent home address no later than December 19 to ensure receipt of your diploma. Your diploma will be mailed to your permanent home mailing address approximately eight weeks after graduation.
Prepare for spring 2015 registration by viewing the Registration Preparation Information Link on ISIS. Review “How [...]



The Stephen C. O’Connell Center is Hiring

The Stephen C. O’Connell Center is hiring. If you are looking for a part-time position that works with your schedule, has opportunity for growth, and gives you the chance to experience some of the greatest events on campus, then consider applying for our team. The best part: you work on campus and create your own [...]

Happening at the Career Resource Center this week. . .

Check out our events at the CRC this week and log into Gator CareerLink for more information.

Early Connections: See Your Strengths on Mon., Oct. 27 from 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Possible Futures in Food on Wed., Oct. 29 from 4:30 – 6 p.m.
Certified Gator Professional Series: Intercultural Exchange at Work on Thurs., Oct. 30 from [...]

Uber is Looking for Student Drivers

Students who are looking for an easy way to earn extra income that works completely with your individual schedule, please sign up to drive for Uber.
Uber connects people looking for a ride around Gainesville to available drivers 24 hours a day.
Please visit for more information and to sign up today.
First time users of Uber [...]

Graphic Designer Wanted

The Center for Leadership and Service is looking for a graphic designer to join their team.  The graphic designer position is responsible for creating, editing, and developing print and web graphics for the Center for Leadership and Service. The ideal candidate is a conceptual thinker who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment on a diverse [...]



Interested in Creating Mobile Apps?

Learn how to get started in mobile app development by attending an Open House at the new MADE@UF (Mobile App Development Environment at University of Florida) space located in room 100 of Marston Science Library.  The event will start at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 30.
First up will be John Shea, Associate Professor in Electrical [...]

Health Professions Day

Florida Blue Key’s Health Professions Day, presented by UF Health, will be on Monday, November 10 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom of the Reitz Union. This event exposes students to careers in health care and provides students with the necessary tools to prepare for applying to professional school. There will be [...]

Radical and Responsible Masculinity Workshop

What is masculinity? Is masculinity only for men? Can one practice responsible masculinity? This interactive workshop will focus on the complexities of masculinity, how masculinity manifests in people regardless of biological sex, and how masculinity can be radical and responsible. This workshop is open for all, regardless of biological sex, gender identity and expression, and [...]

Florida Genetics 2014 Keynote: Dr. Roger Beachy

Dr. Roger Beachy, renowned scientist and food security expert, will give his keynote address during the Florida Genetics 2014 Symposium on Wednesday, October 29, at 5:30 p.m. in the HPNP Auditorium. The founding executive director of the World Food Center at University of California, Davis, Dr. Beachy is internationally known for his work on crop [...]

Student Organizations


AASU’s ECAASU 2015 Travel Scholarship Application

AASU is proud to announce the opening of applications for their partial travel scholarship to the ECAASU 2015 Conference. This unparalleled opportunity not only lets you travel at a reduced cost to Boston for one of the nation’s largest student-run conferences, but also allows you to participate in a program that will educate you about [...]

Projects for Haiti’s Gainesville Connected Conference

Projects for Haiti (P4H), a Gainesville-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is hosting its first annual Gainesville Connected conference on Saturday, November 1, 2014 beginning at 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Alachua County Library Headquarters (Meeting Room A).
The conference will focus on three goals; connecting educators to global education opportunities, inspiring educators to create global citizens [...]

Tacky Sweater 5K

That’s right! It’s nearly time for the first annual Tacky Sweater Holiday 5K! On Saturday, December 6, run (or walk) 3.1 miles. The proceeds will be used to fund the six UF College of Medicine medical mission trips this spring break.
For more information visit:

Bound for Peace Information Session

Want to make a difference in the life of a child? Experience culture in another country?
Children Beyond Our Borders offers Bound For Peace service trips that give volunteers the opportunity to bring hope and empowerment to children affected by social injustice.
They are looking for passionate, caring individuals who want to be fully immersed in a [...]