Win BIG at the Virtual Tech Fair

Gators, this year we’re bringing Tech Fair to you virtually! From Feb. 17 – Feb. 19, you can participate in an online scavenger hunt for a chance to win a Beats Pill+ or an Apple Watch. Three winners will also get an exclusive tour of the UF Data Center, home to HiPerGator 3.0 and NVIDIA [...]

Office of the University Registrar

January 29: Deadline to submit an S-U (pass/fail) grade option form
February 5: Deadline to apply for a Degree, Certificate or Associate of Arts Degree. To submit your degree application access:> Academics> Degree/Certificate Application
February 5: Last day to withdraw (drop all spring courses) with a 25% Refund (W assigned)
Spring 2021 commencement dates are now available [...]

SilverCloud Now Available to All UF Students

A new online mental health tool is now available for the well-being of University of Florida students.
SilverCloud is an online platform that offers self-guided programs for anxiety, depression, stress, and resilience. Based on cognitive behavioral therapy principles, the self-guided program is available anytime, on any device and allows individuals to confidentially manage symptoms using the [...]

Financial Life’ing for College & Beyond

When students feel confident about how to reach their financial goals, they can be more focused on their studies with less stress. Wells Fargo, UF Business Services, and Leisure Courses at the Reitz Union have partnered to bring our students a FREE financial literacy workshop series to assist in learning skills to manage money in [...]



Virtual Study Abroad Fair

This semester’s Study Abroad Fair will take place virtually for an entire week: January 25 – 31!
Most of the events being held this week will take place in an information session format. Some, however, will act as drop-in hours or a time for Q&A.
Please visit the International Center Website to learn more
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ePortfolio Workshop: Marketing Your Experiences

In this workshop, you will learn how to market your experiences – whether they be study abroad/internships abroad, club or campus involvement, volunteering, or others. We will be hosting this workshop with guests from the Career Connections Center to provide insight on how to articulate your skills and how to best incorporate them into your [...]

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 [...]

Apply to the Career Success Institute

The Career Success Institute (CSI) is a career and leadership cohort, designed to help you, explore majors, learn about your career potential, gain self-awareness, and create an action plan to move forward, all while building connections with peers.
CSI is open to all first- and second-year students who are interested in learning about how your values, [...]



Florida Museum hosts ‘Museum in the Parks: Geology’ at Devil’s Millhopper Feb. 3

Learn about Florida’s geological history by exploring collections, hiking and participating in socially distanced activities with Florida Museum of Natural History researchers at Devil’s Millhopper Geological State Park from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 3. Participants will receive a personalized tour of the area, an up-close look at Museum specimens and experts to [...]

Florida Museum hosts virtual ‘Science Off Tap’ Dec. 3

The Florida Museum of Natural History and the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute will host “Science Off Tap: Mangroves on the Move” Dec. 3 from 7 to 8 p.m. This FREE virtual event features an engaging conversation with Julie Walker, marine conservation fellow at UF’s Whitney Lab for Marine Bioscience, as part of [...]

Beat Kentucky Tees

Join us for an ePortfolio Workshop through Zoom. We’ll go over how to get started and how to navigate, what you’ll need to include, and suggested guidelines for making a polished, reflective, and career-driven ePortfolio as part of the International Scholars Program and Peace Corps Prep.
All workshops will be held virtually via Zoom. Please [...]

Virtual Ethics Café on Reparations

November 17 from 5 to 6:30 pm
Zoom Event
At this ethics café, we will discuss the ethical issues raised by the question of reparations for Black descendants of enslaved people in the U.S.  In particular, we will ask how we, as a society, cope with and understand the racial injustices of the past. Free and open [...]

Student Organizations


SG Elections are February 23 & 24

More details and the most up to date information can be found at
Information for requesting an absentee ballot can be found at
January 26th: Virtual Information Meeting via Zoom
January 29th – February 2nd: Qualifying and Slating on Reitz Union Level 3 and virtually
February 10th at 5 PM: Deadline to request an absentee ballot. [...]

Campus Diplomats Spring 2021 Recruitment

The Campus Diplomats are the Official Ambassadors to the Dean of Students’ Office, and they would love for you to join them in serving the DSO and its offices. Their Spring 2021 recruitment process has begun, and their application is open starting on January 19 and will close on January 26 at 11:59 p.m. If [...]

Virology Club General Body Meeting

The Society for Viral Studies is having its first GBM of the spring semester! We are a group of undergraduates interested in learning about current research and new discoveries in science. Our club was established to promote the education of students and the public in the field of viral studies and public health. Check out [...]

2021 ESAC Representative Applications are Open

Become the voice of your engineering department by applying to become an ESAC Representative. For more information visit: