Get connected on campus: UF has IT help on YouTube

Need to set up UF Wi-Fi on your iPhone, or learn how to navigate around UF’s 900+ buildings? UFIT’s YouTube channel has you covered!
The GoGatorsUFIT channel has many short, informative videos and tutorials ranging in topics from how getting UF email on your phone and Apple device support on campus, to avoiding tech problems at [...]

Check Your Degree Audit, Unofficial Transcript on Your Phone

ONE.UF is your go-to site for finding courses, registering for classes, checking grades, and other mobilized student self-services.  Students can even view their unofficial transcripts and register for classes when traveling on the bus or walking across campus!  What’s new for YOU in ONE.UF?

Check final grades or view your unofficial transcripts
View unmet requirements on your degree audits

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Health Advisory

The Florida Department of Health recently issued a reminder about the ongoing presence of Zika virus, which is known to cause severe birth defects. Recent tropical rains mean the entire University of Florida community must remain vigilant in preventing the Zika virus.
While this infection has not yet been locally transmitted in Gainesville, UF students, faculty [...]

Apple Service Center

Are you experiencing issues with your MacBook or iPad? If so, Apple-certified technicians can get your devices up and running in no time. The Apple Service Center is conveniently located inside the UF bookstore, so students don’t have to worry about traveling to the nearest store, which is in Jacksonville. The Apple Service Center’s services [...]



Paid Undergraduate Research Opportunity

One undergrad researcher paid position on the TIDESS project, Will conduct quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis for public meaning making with data visualization. Other responsibilities will be IRB preparation, blog and research paper writing, literature searches. Hours: up to 40/week for summer (if not taking classes), and up to your allowed limits [...]

Child & Youth Program Fall Internship at Peaceful Paths

The Child & Youth Program at Peaceful Paths is looking for interns and student volunteers for the fall semester. Peaceful Paths is a certified domestic violence agency for the tri county area, and since children are often affected by violence in their homes, their Child & Youth Program is dedicated to providing a variety free [...]

The Teaching Center is Hiring

Do you find helping others rewarding? The Teaching Center is accepting applications for fall employment! They are looking for excellent students who have good communication and interpersonal skills in addition to subject matter mastery to tutor a variety of science, math, engineering and business courses! Visit their website to apply: .

Part-Time Job Fair

Have you considered working on campus or in the community during the semester? If so, come out to the Part-Time Job Fair on July 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Reitz Union North Entrance. This fair provides you with opportunities to network with UF departments and local employers about part-time employment. Check [...]



Public Service Coffee Break

During Summer B 2017, the Bob Graham Center for Public Service will host a series of conversations with public service officials. The gatherings will take place every Friday between June 30 and July 28 at 10 a.m. They will be held in Pugh Hall’s second floor O’Neill Reading Room. Each gathering will be limited to [...]

#Swamp17 Student Season Tickets

@UF Students – Purchase your student season tickets for this @GatorsFB season on July 24! It’s a huge season with LSU, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and FSU. Season tickets are just $140, so secure them before they’re gone! Check out for more information.

10 Out of 12

The Constans Theatre itself becomes the setting for this highly imaginative glimpse at how theatre makes its magic. This new comedy by the author of The Electric Mr. Burns immerses the audience in the middle of episodes from 10 out of 12-hour technical rehearsals of a new play, allowing it to eavesdrop on backstage conversations [...]

Creative B Movie Series: ‘Time After Time’

The Florida Museum of Natural History continues its free movie series with “Time After Time,” released in 1979 and rated PG, on Friday, July 21, at 7 p.m. The museum and Creative B will screen the movie and explore the balance between science and art with an expert panel. The panel discussion starts at 7 [...]

Student Organizations


Assistant Public Relations Chair Needed for AVA

The Admissions Volunteer Ambassadors (AVAs) are a group of students who work with the Office of Admissions to help recruit potential students to the University of Florida. They are in need of an assistant public relations chair who will be able to design graphics and a new website. Interested applicants should send a resume and [...]

UF Project Rousseau

Are you looking for a way to give back to high school students, right here in Gainesville, through mentoring?  Project Rousseau welcomes you to apply! Project Rousseau is a non-profit organization that helps underserved youth reach their full potential and pursue higher education by administering four pillars of programming: comprehensive one-to-one mentoring, academics, community service, [...]

Open Senate Seats

Are you passionate about advocating for student issues? Are you looking for a way to get more involved in Student Government? If so, consider applying to be a summer or permanent replacement senator! Applications can be found at and are due Friday, July 7 at noon. If you have any questions, please email
Open Summer B Replacement [...]

Apply for Sparks Magazine Staff

Sparks Magazine is now accepting applicants for writers, photographers, designers, and public relations staff. Previous experience in these positions is appreciated, but not required. Apply at, or email for more information.