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Theft of Personal Information at UF

Identity theft crimes are now so common that you read about a new breach daily on social media feeds.  Attempts take place here, on campus, every day!   If you do one thing to protect your accounts, identity, and mobile devices, make that one thing be to guard against phishing.
Phishing is when a cybercriminal attempts to [...]

Apply Now for Financial Aid

To apply for financial aid, complete the 2018-19 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.ed.gov. You can file a 2018-19 FAFSA as early as October 1, 2017 . UF’s “On-Time” deadline to receive the results of your FAFSA from the federal processor is December 15, 2017. Apply well before December 15 to ensure [...]

Registrar Reminders

October 6: Spring 2018 Schedule of Courses will be available on ONE.UF.
October 6: The Office of the University Registrar will be closed for Homecoming.
October 6: Spring 2018 Schedule of Courses will be available on ONE.UF.
October 6: The Office of the University Registrar will be closed for Homecoming.

Save Money on Software Applications

Gators, stretch your dollar further by purchasing software applications at discounted prices. The UF Computing Help Desk provides students with the opportunity to save anywhere from 60 to 80 percent on software like Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft, SAS, and more. So what are you waiting for? Check out the UF Help Desk’s Software Services to see [...]

Opportunities

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Goldwater Scholarship Information Session

Goldwater Scholarships are awarded to outstanding undergraduates who are studying mathematics, natural sciences, or engineering and who intend to pursue a career in research (not in medical practice). Current sophomores or juniors who wish to be considered for UF nomination must submit an application by November 20 through the Goldwater website: http://goldwater.scholarsapply.org/index.php. (Note that a [...]

Public Service Fellowships Information Session

There are many fellowship opportunities specifically geared toward applicants interested in attending graduate school and pursuing careers in public service. This information session will introduce you to a few of those opportunities, including the Truman Scholarship, the Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship, and the Public Policy & International Affairs Program (PPIA).
Honors Advisor Regan Garner will present [...]

Gatorship Applications

Multicultural & Diversity Affairs invites you to apply to Gatorship, a co-curricular intergroup dialogue and social justice education program that utilizes peer facilitation to engage students in dialogue across difference. It culminates in 4 off-campus weekend retreats during the Spring semester with 60-70 student participants per retreat. During the retreats, participants learn about social justice, social [...]

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Work in NYC with Success Academy
Success Academy is a network of 46 high-performing public charter schools in New York City serving almost 16,000 kids and families, primarily from high-risk, low-income inner-city neighborhoods.
Success Academy is looking to hire University of Florida graduates from all backgrounds and majors. What makes SA a great first step on your [...]

Events

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Gator Growl and Homecoming this Friday

Homecoming and Gator Growl 2017 is happy to welcome to our campus this year’s headliner, the legendary rapper, Snoop Dogg, and special guest Daya! Gator Growl is the largest student run pep rally with a music festival environment that celebrates the end of Homecoming week and will be held Friday, October 6. It is located on campus at Flavet Field [...]

Pre-Homecoming Open House Tailgate

The Graduate School is a hosting a Pre-Homecoming Open House Tailgate on Thursday, October 5, 2017 in front of Grinter Hall. Homecoming officially starts on Friday, October 6 so to make sure they are not conflicting with other events and that you are ready for the weekend festivities, they decided to kick Homecoming off!
Come join them as they [...]

Women in Leadership Forum

The University of Florida’s Bob Graham Center for Public Service, the Women’s Student Association and the UF Student Government Women’s Affairs Cabinet are hosting a Women in Leadership Forum on October 4 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Pugh Hall. The aim of the forum is to connect growing student leaders with proven university, [...]

The Future of Freedom and Walls in Europe and Globally-Campus Weeks Events at UF in Fall 2017

The Future of Freedom and Walls in Europe and Globally
In 2009, UF participated in the Campus Weeks “Freedom without Walls” commemoration, and our events had broad visibility on campus, locally, and globally via Facebook and YouTube publications of our events. The focal point of these events was the nexus between Freedom, poetry, music, drama and [...]

Student Organizations

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APSA General Body Meeting

Future doctors, researchers, and physician-scientists, APSA is an organization that assists students in their pursuit for medical school or graduate school. Members will have access to and advice from some of the most academically successful students and faculty at UF and some from other universities including Harvard. They also offer research and clinical volunteering opportunities. [...]

Phi Kappa Phi Invitation

Did you get an invitation to join Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines? Learn  more at http://www.phikappaphi.org/whyjoin.  Among the benefits: academic recognition (a great addition to your resume), fellowships and awards, career resources, leadership opportunities and so on.  If you still have questions, contact Gail [...]

CASA Presents Mid-Autumn Festival Show 2017

Come celebrate with CASA this Sunday, October 8 by joining their annual Mid-Autumn Festival Show. Not only will you be dazzled with a great show, but you can also enjoy free authentic Chinese food. Take pictures at the Reitz Grand Ballroom Lobby and immerse yourself in Chinese culture, but be sure to to save yourself a [...]

Careers in Primary Care Panel

Are you a Pre-Health student? Have you considered all healthcare career paths? Primary Care Progress, an organization of graduate and undergraduate level health students, invites you to the Primary Care Panel on September 28 at 5:30 p.m. to learn about careers and research in healthcare. Their panel will include MDs, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, DOs, [...]