Know UF’s Medical Amnesty Policy

It is important to know UF’s Medical Amnesty Policy because Every Gator Counts!
Health and safety is the University of Florida’s number one priority. If you suspect alcohol poisoning or have concerns about an alcohol-related injury, it is important to seek immediate medical help. Some students may be hesitant to seek medical attention for [...]

Insect repellent available at the Student Health Care Center Pharmacy

Keep biting mosquitoes away and prevent the Zika virus! Visit the SHCC Pharmacy in the Infirmary Building at 280 Fletcher Drive to purchase repellents recommended by the Centers for Disease Control. For more information about the virus, university preparedness and other resources, go to

Consumer Disclosure Fall 2016

The university is committed to providing important information to its students, faculty and staff. Consistent with this commitment and pursuant to the university’s notice and reporting obligations under various laws, information concerning the following topics may be obtained at the links located at

Economic Security Report
System Summary of Post-Graduation Employment Outcomes
Drug-Free Workplace Statement for students, [...]

Where to Get Tech Support @ UF

For better tech help faster, choose the right campus IT Help Desk to match your needs. The UF Computing Help Desk in Hub 132 provides campus-wide support for GatorLink issues, e-Learning questions, discounted software, printing, and more. For students who live in residence halls, the Student Affairs IT walk-up desk on the ground floor of [...]



Next Week at the CRC

Be sure to check out the two workshops that the Career Resource Center is hosting next week!
First, join them Tuesday, September 6 for their first Gator Professional Series (GPS) workshop of the semester, GPS: Entering Your Coordinates: Establishing Your Brand Based on Your Mission and Values at 4:05 p.m.
Then on Wednesday, September 7 stop by for [...]

First-Generation Life Coach Program

Are you a first-generation college student preparing to graduate? The Office of First-Generation Student Success and the Machen Florida Opportunities Scholars Program are recruiting 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students who would like to have a life coach for the 2016-2017 academic year. This opportunity is open to all first-generation college students. Our coaches are [...]

F Disney Imaginations 2016

Do you enjoy art, design, or engineering? Would you like to put your talents and creativity to use like a Disney Imagineer? The Disney Imaginations design competition gives college students the opportunity to apply their skills and creativity while working on a Disney-inspired project. This year’s competition challenges teams to create an outdoor space within [...]

Gator Plunge Site Leader Applications Open

Have you got what it takes to lead students in a service project? Then apply to serve as a Site Leader for Gator Plunge Day of Service 2016.  Applications close September 9. Site Leaders will lead a group of participants in a service project and reflection activity. Site Leader training will be provided to include [...]



Disability Resource Center Open House

The Disability Resource Center Open House is Thursday, September 8 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Cypress Hall Gathering Room. Individuals who attend will have a chance to tour the Disability Resource Center in Reid and Cypress Hall, meet staff, and learn about services, resources, and assistive technology options.
Directions to Cypress Hall can be [...]

Florida Football Student Tickets

The Swamp is Back! Football season is right around the corner and there’s nothing like Saturdays in The Swamp. Get your season tickets today and be there to cheer on your Gators all season long. This season, the Gators take on Kentucky, LSU, Missouri, South Carolina, and more. With two night games already announced, it’s [...]

Explore More: Sea Level Rise

Rising water levels could have serious impacts on Florida’s coastal communities.  At 6 p.m. on Aug. 30 in the Pugh Hall Ocora, UF climate change scholars Andrea Dutton, assistant professor in UF’s Department of Geological Science, and Kathryn Frank, assistant professor in UF’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning, will discuss their research as featured [...]

GatorNights: Gator Tailgate

September 2, 2016
GatorNights: Gator Tailgate
It’s time to get pumped for Gator football season and GatorNights has you covered. GatorNights will host a Gator Tailgate on Friday, September 2, 2016 from 8 p.m. – 1 a.m. and will feature tailgate games, live music, and your favorite mascot Albert. Show off your football knowledge and outwit other [...]

Student Organizations


SG 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. Qualifying and Slating for Senate will occur in the Reitz Union, Room 3315, Thursday, September 1 from noon to 6 p.m., Friday, September 2 [...]

Student Government Executive Branch Staff Applications Open

Applications are now open to join the Student Government Executive Branch. For position descriptions, please visit and select the “Staff” category.
Applications are due September 9 at 5 p.m.

Speech & Debate Team Open House August 30

The Speech & Debate Team will host an Open House and freshmen informational meeting Tuesday, August 30, 7 p.m. , Turlington Hall, room 2319.  The team is open to all undergraduates — no experience or audition required!  Those who enjoy public speaking or are interested in law, politics, or business would be a few of [...]

Epsilon Sigma Alpha Service Fraternity Recruitment

Epsilon Sigma Alpha is a co-ed service fraternity. They work with many organizations in the Gainesville community as well as their philanthropy organization, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. They will be holding information sessions on September 7 and 8, and rush week will take place from September 12-17. Check out their Facebook page ( for [...]