New York Times Subscription Available

The University of Florida provides free subscriptions for all students, faculty and staff to both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.
To activate your New York Times subscription, go to and navigate to “Main Menu.” From there, go to ”Quick Links,” then “NY Times” and then click on “Subscribe now.”
To activate your [...]

The Best Places to be Productive This Semester

After a fun Labor Day weekend, it’s time to hit the books! Start the semester off strong and find the best spaces for productivity on campus.

Newell Hall has movable furniture and plenty of outlets—and it’s open 24/7!
The One Button Studio, located in Library West, is a professional recording studio that can be used to practice [...]

Don’t Fall for a $300 Weekly Job Offer or “Urgent” Message from Help Desk!

UF students are frequently the target of phishing scams, especially at the beginning of a new semester. In his phishing awareness email to all students, VP and CIO Elias Eldayrie urges students to be vigilant against cybercrime and identity theft at UF. Phishing attacks are often made to look like they’re from the UF Computing [...]

Office of the University Registrar

The Office of the University Registrar will be closed Monday, September 3rd for Labor Day.
August 31: Fall fees due, University Bursar by 3:30p.m.
August 31: Fall residency reclassifications due
September 7: Fall S-U grade option due
September 14: Fall Degree applications due
September 14: Fall Withdrawal with 25% refund (w assigned to all fall courses)
Voter Registration
Are you a registered [...]



Serve Vibrantly – Preview Staff Applications

There is no bigger honor than becoming a University of Florida Gator! UF students have countless opportunities to challenge themselves both academically and socially while engaging in a community of higher learning. In order to assist students with their transition, the University of Florida selects approximately 35 – 45 current students to serve as the [...]

Apply for SG’s New Class Councils by Sept. 14

Student Government’s new Class Councils are a representative body which strives to serve and unite UF through enhancing traditions for the continual improvement of the Gator Nation. Class Councils will host various programming events in an effort to build community and pride within the various academic classes. Additionally, in conjunction with the UF Alumni Association, [...]


SOCIAL Gators is a support program for UF students with autism spectrum disorder (or Asperger’s) who want to enhance their skills for a more enriching college experience.  SOCIAL Gators will focus on developing skills in social interaction, independent living, career seeking, and academics through the provision of four services: mentors, weekly group meetings, academic counseling, [...]

Workforce Recruitment Program

Registration is now open for the Workforce Recruitment Program!
The Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) is a referral and recruitment program that identifies students with disabilities who are interested in employment with the federal government. The WRP is one of the main paths to:
• Find an internship or permanent position at federal agencies
• Explore careers in the [...]



Explore More: The Internet of Things

The growing connection between the physical world and cyber space has catapulted us into the next Industrial Revolution.  At 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 6 in the Pugh Hall Ocora, John Harris, chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, will discuss UF’s role as an emerging leader in the Internet of Things.
From cybersecurity [...]

Disability Advocacy Assembly

The Disability Resource Center is hosting the first ever “Disability Advocacy Assembly” in the Cypress Gathering Room in Cypress Hall from 6-8 PM on Thursday, September 6th. The event will celebrate disability identity, and will highlight student groups related to disability at UF. Disability allies, and student groups will be there to provide insight and [...]

Coffee without Borders: Music and Dance

Join us for our first Coffee without Borders event of Fall Semester! Coffee without Borders: Music and Dance will present students with an opportunity to learn about music and dance – traditional and contemporary – from different parts of the world!
This event is part of an event series that seeks to bring together students from [...]

Chomp the Flu Vaccination Event

Grab a friend and join SHCC on Friday, September 7 @ the SHCC front lawn from 9 am to 3 pm to get your Flu and/or Meningitis B vaccine!
While maintaining good hygiene and overall health can prevent flu, the best form of protection against the virus is vaccination. This year, SHCC is additionally offering the [...]

Student Organizations


Fall SG Elections Absentee Ballot Requests Due Sept. 12

Fall Student Government Elections will be held Sept. 25 and 26 from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. at locations across campus.
All absentee ballot requests are due by Wednesday, Sept. 12, at 5 p.m. Please visit to request an absentee ballot before the deadline.
Fall Student Government Elections will be held Sept. 25 and 26 from [...]

Gator Badminton Club General Body Meeting

Join Gator Badminton Club for their first Fall General Body Meeting on September 5 at the Reitz Union Room G315 from 6 to 8 p.m. Come out to learn more about the club, mingle with officers and members, and have a great time. Players of all levels are welcome. This club provides a great opportunity [...]

Asian American Journalists Association

Join a national network of journalists advancing diversity in the workplace. With membership, students get access to networking opportunities and connections to top editors in national media organizations as well as scholarships and mentorships. Not just limited to journalism majors! For more information, email Alexandria Ng at

American Society for Microbiology Meets Next Week

Join the American Society for Microbiology for our first general body meeting at the Microbiology and Cell Science Building’s seminar room! Enjoy pizza while we discuss our calendar for the semester, including our Microbe Meters 5K, science outreach opportunities, and trips to places like the CDC in Atlanta! We will also have a guest speaker [...]