Office of the University Registrar

June 15-21: Summer A faculty course evaluation period
June 21: Summer A deadline to drop or add a course or withdraw from all courses by college petition
June 21: Summer A classes end
June 24-28: Summer break
June 26:  Degree status available, late night on ONE.UF
Transcripts ordered June 20 (5 p.m.) – June 26 will begin to be mailed [...]

Before You Leave: Summer Abroad Tech Tips

Before you leave for Summer B study abroad, read and follow these guidelines to keep your laptop and information safe:

Wherever you go, secure UF WiFi is most likely available through eduroam. Anyone with a valid GatorLink account has access to eduroam in more than 90 [...]

Office of the University Registrar

June 12: Summer A Honors Theses due to College Advising Offices
June 14 (by 11:59 p.m.): The deadline to drop or withdraw (all courses) from summer A classes without failing grades.  Review drop/withdrawal policies at:
June 15-21: Summer A faculty course evaluation period
June 21: Summer A deadline to drop or add a course or withdraw from all [...]

Office of the University Registrar

“June 12:  Honors theses for summer A due to College Advising Offices
June 14 (by 11:59 p.m.): The deadline to drop/withdraw from summer A classes without failing grades.  Review drop/withdrawal policies at:
Students can use the “Student Initiated Drop/Add” service to request a course drop (or add) by visiting ONE.UF> Registration> Drop/Add Requests After the Deadline. Once [...]



Apply to Be a Part of a University Committee

Make a Difference on Campus
Apply to be a part of a University-wide committee to use your voice to help shape policy and direction at the University of Florida.
Applications and more information are available at: The deadline to apply is Friday, June 21 at 11:59pm.
Make a Difference on Campus.
Apply to be a part of a [...]

Apply Now for UF Athletic Board Student Position

UF Students are invited to apply for membership on the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee (1 position available). The appointment is for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The IAC is the faculty-student committee which recommends academic policies concerning athletics.
Student applicants should be enrolled on a full time basis in a degree program, be in good academic standing, and have [...]

Apply to the Student Health Advisory board (SHAB)

The University of Florida Student Health Advisory Board (SHAB) is accepting student applications through Friday, June 21st.
Comprised of faculty/staff and students, SHAB regularly reviews the quality of care rendered at SHCC, as well as recommending and approving policies, procedures, programs, financial status and both long and short range planning. All undergraduate and graduate students with [...]

Volunteer at the Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention

Looking for an exciting volunteer opportunity? Do you love science, art, technology, and being creative? Join the Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention as a volunteer this summer! They are always in need of passionate volunteers who enjoy working with people to help throughout the museum. Apply online at, and contact Michele Kuhn, Volunteer [...]



Harn on Tap

Support the Harn Museum of Art June 20  from 6-9 p.m. and enjoy locally-crafted pints and bites at Cypress & Grove Brewing Company. Enjoy live music, games, art-making activities, and hear the story behind Gainesville’s newest craft brewery. Bring a friend or bring the family! This event is open to the public and a voluntary [...]

Become ONE with art at the Harn

Get in tune with your breath and follow it through with standing, flowing, seated and balancing postures. Bring your own mat and become ‘one’ with art at the Harn for Vinyasa Yoga on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 3:45 – 4:45 p.m. A water station will be provided! UF Students register in advance at This [...]

Florida Museum visitors receive discounted admission for Father’s Day June 16

Bring dad to the Florida Museum of Natural History on Father’s Day Sunday! Buy one value admission to the “Butterfly Rainforest” and “CROCS” exhibits at full-price and get a second ticket for half-price on Father’s Day, June 16, from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Not valid with other offers or discounts. For more information, visit [...]

Florida Museum to host virtual reality sea turtle experience June 16

Celebrate World Sea Turtle Day at the Florida Museum of Natural History on June 16 from 1 to 4 p.m. with Project S.H.E.L.L., short for Simulating Habitat Experiences of Living Loggerheads. This education initiative uses a custom virtual reality simulation to encourage sea turtle conservation. This free virtual reality event immerses guests into the daily [...]

Student Organizations


S.H.E. Talks Club Leadership Positions

Interested in becoming a club officer? S.H.E. Talks is looking for a President, Vice President, Treasurer, and club members! If you want to boost your resume, make great connections, and lead a UF organization founded on student mentorship and gender equality, email:!
The S.H.E. Talks- Sharing Human Experiences seminars by OneHealth offer a chance to [...]

Looking for Good: 24 Hour Charity Stream

Looking For Good (LFG) is a 24 hour live-streamed gaming marathon that aims to raise funds and awareness about significant social issues. This year, their stream will focus on the widespread issue of gun violence. They will feature games, raffles, and special guests as they seek to understand these events through compassion and conversation. All [...]

Graduating Seniors: Tradition Keeper Logins

Spring 2019 TK Login Days will be on reading days April 25 and 26 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM in Emerson Alumni Hall!
Using the F-Book or the Gator Nation app, UFAA members can log popular UF traditions to become a UF Tradition Keeper earning them a medallion to wear at graduation!
Spring 2019 TK Login [...]

Discover Counter Narratives of Disability through Storytelling

Join the Disability Ambassadors for a Human Library event centered on Disability Tuesday, April 9 from 7-8 p.m. in the Cypress Hall Gathering Room. Students will share their narratives through storytelling to re-frame disability using their own experiences.
If you are interested in attending and will need accommodations in order to participate, please contact Beth Roland [...]