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The Institutes: Revitalizing Our Roots Project

With an architect selected, the Division of Student Affairs is excited to begin planning for the new Institute of Black Culture and Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures.
They hope you – students, faculty, staff and alumni – can join them on Friday, Dec. 9 as the DLR Group hosts Visioning Workshops for the project. The workshops are [...]

FREE Resources to Get You through Finals

The end of the semester is approaching fast, and you may not be aware of all the FREE tech resources available to help you study and finish projects on campus. At Marston Science Library and Library West, reserve study rooms for groups of two or more via D!BS. While at Marston, you’ll never get stuck [...]

Protect Your Laptop from Theft – For Free!

A lost or stolen laptop would mean your class assignments, photos and personal documents could all be gone, plus you’d have the cost to replace the actual device. Luckily, UF provides a way to help prevent this from happening. The Front Door Software app is FREE to all students. Once downloaded onto your laptop, the [...]

Are you first in your family to graduate this December?

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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Undergraduate Academic Advising Survey

The Undergraduate Academic Advising Survey should take about 5-10 minutes. Should you participate, your feedback will provide invaluable information and help UF achieve preeminence in academic advising.
Undergraduate Academic Advising Survey
If the link above doesn’t work, you can cut and paste the following into your browser: https://ufl.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_74BnrUmMKfkJz5X
If you have any questions, please contact Student Government at [...]

Big Idea Gator Business Plan Competition

Have a great business idea you’d like to work on?
Registration for the 2017 UF Big Idea Competition is now open!
The Big Idea Gator Business Plan Competition was created to help students grow their business ideas. It is a four month competition where teams of students begin by creating growth-oriented business models. These teams go on [...]

Admissions Volunteer Ambassador Information Session

Join the Admissions Volunteer Ambassadors at their spring recruitment information session on December 6 at 6:15 p.m. in Little Hall 0121.
The Admissions Volunteer Ambassadors is a student organization that provides support to the Office of Admissions and university community by engaging and interacting with prospective UF students in an effort to recruit them to UF. [...]

Florida Museum to Host Photography Workshop

Snap the picture of a lifetime Dec. 18 from 8 to 11 a.m. in the Florida Museum of Natural History’s “Butterfly Rainforest,” featuring 60 to 80 species at any given time. During this special event, use your tripod and other photographic equipment not usually permitted inside the exhibit. The fee is $35 for museum members [...]

Events

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Elements of the Election

Join Multicultural and Diversity Affairs as they launch a dialogue series, focused on the intersection of the 2016 presidential election and our individual identities. This series, continuing throughout the spring semester, will focus on various topics, including gender, race, ability, immigration, religion/faith, class, economy, environment, and more.
Elements of the Election is Monday, December 5 from [...]

Bob Graham Center: Future of Florida Summit

The 2017 Future of Florida Summit, held from Feb. 10 to Feb. 12 on the University of Florida campus and sponsored by the Bob Graham Center for Public Service, will focus on the upcoming 2017-2018 Florida Constitution Revision Commission.
Featuring some of the top scholars on the topic, the Summit will begin at 3 p.m. on [...]

2017 UF Global Health Case Competition

Looking to improve your professional public speaking skills? Want an opportunity to work with different-minded individuals from many backgrounds in a one of a kind competition? The 4th annual UF GHCC is being hosted to give students a unique opportunity to collaborate and be exposed to an international health dilemma.
The GHCC is a campus-wide, interdisciplinary [...]

ACCENT Speakers Bureau

Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post, CEO of Thrive Global, and best-selling author, will be speaking at the University of Florida on Tuesday, December 6, at an event hosted by ACCENT Speakers Bureau in partnership with Student Government’s Career Development and Women’s Affairs Cabinet.
Huffington’s speaking engagement, including an audience Q&A, will begin at 8 [...]

Student Organizations

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20th Annual Poinsettia Sale

Join the Environmental Horticulture Club for their 20th Annual Poinsettia Sale! They will have more than 5,000 plants for sale in more than 150 varieties, many of which can’t be found in the general market! The sale is Dec. 8 and 9, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thurs. and 8 – 3 on [...]

Join IFUS Spring 2017

Do you like fitness and sports?
The Inclusive Fitness and Unified Sports program (IFUS) is a community-based participatory research program that aims to increase the quality of life of students with intellectual disabilities and volunteers. Volunteers work together with the students as exercise buddies and participate in fitness and sport activities. The program meets on campus [...]

Undergraduate Public Health Association

Join the Undergraduate Public Health Association (UPHA) for their last General Body Meeting of the semester! Their guest speaker will be Ms. Vicki Piazza, Director of Operations at HealthStreet. They will be learning more about community and behavioral health and its relation to the broad field of public health. The meeting will take place on [...]

Holiday T.I.E.’s

Come out and join the Black Student Union for Holiday T.I.E.’s! A carnival event that focuses on bringing the men and women who protect our community and the members of the community together for a fun filled afternoon! There will be games, food, music, and even a bounce house! The best part is: it [...]