Interpersonal Violence Prevention

Are you and your friends clear about sexual consent? Depending on non-verbal communication or cultural scripts can result in sexual assault. STRIVE at GatorWell has created a Sexual Consent Health Communication Campaign to help reduce the incidence of sexual assault through knowledge, belief, and behavior change. Check it out at or contact Rita Lawrence [...]

Get the Shot, Not the Flu to Help Protect Your Campus Community

Flu vaccine can: keep you from getting flu; make flu less severe if you do get it; and keep you from spreading flu to your family and other people.
Students may present their Gator1 ID and insurance card to obtain a no-cost flu shot at: Student Health Care Center main campus (Infirmary Building), SHCC@Shands (Health Science [...]

Apply for Financial Aid October 1

Students can apply for financial aid by completing a 2017-18 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) three months earlier this year on October 1. More information about the 2017-18 FAFSA is available at Mark your calendars to apply for financial aid on October 1 at

Gator Tips of the Week

Sept. 19 – Progress: Procrastination can cause added stress. Progress will lead to success. Stay focused and keep up the great work!
Sept. 20 – Make a Difference: Make a difference by giving back to your community. Visit the Brown Center for Leadership & Service online at
Sept. 21 – Gator Career Closet: Do you need [...]



Gatorship Application

Gatorship is a unique leadership experience for both emerging and experienced student leaders at the University of Florida. It is designed to be an intense and thought-provoking weekend retreat during which more than 60 participants and student staff have the opportunity to interact through team building activities and group discussions. The [...]

Career Showcase

Career Showcase is moving to Southwest Rec Center…follow us there! Hundreds of employers will be there looking to fill opportunities from internships to full-time positions. Where ever your interests lie, there’s a variety of employers from diverse industries who have come to UF to network with students just like you! The event is two days, [...]

Travel the World without Leaving Gainesville

Would you like to volunteer with international students? Be a Conversation Volunteer through the UF English Language Institute. The program is designed to help ELI students practice English in a friendly setting while making American friends. Volunteers spend 1 hour each week for the whole semester meeting with their partner at a time and location [...]

Early Registration for the Black Student Leadership Conference is Open

The James E. Scott Black Student Leadership Conference will take place November 10-12, 2016, and is a three-day national conference dedicated to leadership development. This year’s conference theme is Charged Up: Breaking Chains With Unity. This theme will encourage student leaders to think how to use a unified force to effect change in their personal [...]



President’s Holiday Greeting Card Contest

UF President Kent Fuchs and his wife, Linda, invite all students to submit original artwork for the university’s first holiday greeting card contest. The winning image, with a message from President and Mrs. Fuchs, will be sent to the UF community electronically in December.
Winner will receive a $500 prize. [...]

HESCAH Lecture Series

Thursday, September 29 at 6 p.m. in the Chandler Auditorium at the Harn Museum.
Dr. Christopher Roy, Professor Elizabeth M. Stanley Fellow of African Art History at the University of Iowa, will deliver a lecture titled: “Fifty years of Tradition and Change in the art of Burkina Faso.”
The HESCAH Lectures are free and open to the [...]

Getting Out the Vote Sponsored by APIA

Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) Affairs at the University of Florida aims to provide educational resources and increase opportunity for underrepresented groups within our community. As election day approaches, they recognize that while their votes contribute their voices to national decisions, these voices are often silenced—the ballots never cast. Join them in their town hall [...]

Fresh off the Farm: Community Supported Agriculture and the Gator CSA Program

On October 6 from noon to 1 p.m. in McCarty D, Room 1031, bring a bagged lunch and join Field and Fork Campus Food Program to learn more about how you can eat fresh off the farm by joining the community supported agriculture movement (CSA). Meet the farmers that participate in the Gator CSA program [...]

Student Organizations


2016 Student Tech Fair – Talk to Experts, Win Prizes

Student Tech Fair is Friday, October 7 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Reitz Union North Lawn. It’s your chance to play with Oculus Rift and other virtual reality headsets as well as innovative technologies, like 3-D scanners and printers. Stop by and speak with representatives from campus IT departments and student organizations [...]

Student Government Elections

Fall Student Government elections will be taking place September 27 and 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.  These elections will determine the 50 senators that represent the various living areas here at UF.
Students can vote at polling locations on campus or to take advantage [...]

Gator Premedical Guide Staff Application

Interested in medicine? Enjoy writing? Apply to join the Gator Premedical Guide (GPG) staff!
GPG is a guide for those students who are on the pre-medical track at UF. The organization’s aim is to keep premed students informed about important topics in the healthcare field while providing information about different opportunities and experiences in the medical [...]

Careers in Entertainment Organization Applications

Interested in film, music or gaming industry? Need some leadership skills or networking outlets? Careers in Entertainment Organization is focused on preparing UF students for the entertainment industry and much more. Executive Applications are open now. For more information visit our FB Page at: