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FreeTech Resources to Help You Recharge

Searching for ways to maximize your productivity and wellbeing? These tech services can help you relax and reflect after a long day of studying:
SilverCloud App: UF’s Counseling and Wellness Center offers a free version of the SilverCloud app that has self-guided programs and interactive tools for mindfulness meditation.

RecSports Virtual [...]

Office of the University Registrar

The deadline to drop an individual course or to withdraw from all courses for Spring 2021 is Friday, April 9 at 11:59 p.m.
Review drop/withdrawal policies at https://catalog.ufl.edu/UGRD/academic-regulations/dropping-courses-withdrawals/.
To drop individual courses, undergraduate students should contact their college advising office to find out the specific college procedures and requirements. Graduate students should contact their [...]

Josephine West Scholarship

The Josephine West Memorial Service Scholarship provides an award of $1,000 to an outstanding undergraduate student at the University of Florida.
It was established by the Office of Student Affairs in 1985 after her untimely passing, in memory of her fine contributions to the University.
Josephine West served on the staff of the University of Florida for [...]

Around-the-Clock Campus Study Spots

Looking for a quiet space to study? UFIT manages multiple labs and learning spaces across campus. Each location has computers with over 100 software applications, black-and-white and color printers, and large format plotters for poster printing. Whether you need to finish a project by midnight or print an assignment at 8 a.m., one of our spaces will [...]

Opportunities

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The UF Help Desk is Hiring – No Federal Work Study Required!

The UF Computing Help Desk (132 Hub) is now hiring multiple Help Desk Student Account Specialists positions. Get paid to learn about campus tech while helping students, faculty, and staff with GatorLink account issues, VPN, and Wi-Fi. The role student employees play is integral to the success of UFIT. Watch this YouTube video to learn more.  [...]

Apply to be a Language Assistant by April 2

Want to gain experience working with international students? The English Language Institute is currently accepting language assistant applications for its Summer C term from May 12 -August 6. Language assistants lead informal outdoor conversational activities for a class of 10-15 English learners and also participate in fun events with international students. This is a paid [...]

UF Study

Learn more about the ANCHORS (Advancing New Computer-based Health Outreach Regarding Sexual behavior) Study! Possible compensation if you are selected to complete an in-person screening appointment to test a new intervention including PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis).
Visit us on the web at www.anchorsresearch.org, call or text us at 352-562-6495 to learn more about this research study. {PI: [...]

Free Peer Tutoring Still Available for UF Undergraduates & More Tutors Needed!

With the end of the semester right around the corner, don’t forget that students have access to free peer tutoring for specific courses through UF’s partnership with Knack, an online tutoring platform founded by Gator alumni.
You can schedule a one-on-one or group session with a verified Gator tutor online at a time that is [...]

Events

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Studio 352: An Interactive Art Experience

Studio 352 will be an interactive art gallery that anyone is welcome to attend free of charge. There will be food, music, art, design, an immersive gallery, interactive art-pieces, and clothing for sale. This event will be a great opportunity to introduce students to a special part of Gainesville in a fun and safe way, as they [...]

Virtual Roundtable on Education & COVID-19

How has COVID-19 affected all education levels? Hear perspectives from educators, parents, administrators, students and community advocates who will discuss hardships, losses, successes and everything in between!
Students of all ages, parents, educators and community members are welcome. There will be short presentations by the panelists, followed by a moderated discussion. The event will be held [...]

Florida Museum hosts online plant sale April 2-5

The Florida Museum of Natural History will host a curbside plant sale with roughly 100 species of difficult-to-find and pollinator-friendly plants as part of April’s Earth Day celebration.
Orders can be made entirely online from April 2 to 5, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, and customers can choose a time for curbside pickup on [...]

International Scholars Program Information Session

The International Scholars Program is a commencement medallion program that is open for enrollment to all undergraduate students. It helps structure your global learning experience through the completion of international coursework, international experience or language learning, and co-curricular activities. Additionally, you may co-enroll in the Peace Corps Prep Program, which includes sector-specific coursework and hands-on [...]

Student Organizations

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SG Student Organization Funding – Summer B & Fall 2021

Below you will find information regarding SG Student Organization Funding for Summer B and Fall 2021. Important dates for this funding cycle are included in the message.
Eligibility for SG Funding

The following guidelines will be used as evaluative criteria to provide available Student Government funding including base funding, operational, event, and travel funds for organizations:

Organizations [...]

SG Student Organization Funding – Summer B & Fall 2021

Below you will find information regarding SG Student Organization Funding for Summer B and Fall 2021. Important dates for this funding cycle are included in the message.
Eligibility for SG Funding

The following guidelines will be used as evaluative criteria to provide available Student Government funding including base funding, operational, event, and travel funds for organizations:

Organizations [...]

SG Spring 2021 Housing Fair is this Friday

Friday, March 19 | 10am – 1pm | Reitz Union Tabling Area
Join SG for the biannual Housing Fair at the Reitz Union Tabling Area, where you can explore tons of off-campus living options! As the largest housing event at UF, students can engage with a wide variety of Gainesville community representatives and gain a better [...]

Graduate and Professional Study First Year Awards

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi currently awards fifty fellowships of $ 8,500 each, six at $20,000 each and two at $ 35,000 each to members entering the first year of graduate or professional study. Each active Phi Kappa Phi chapter may select one candidate from among its local applicants to compete for the [...]