Studying Abroad? UFIT Can Help You

After finals week, many students set off to begin internships, travels, or studies. Here are some helpful tips you can use while traveling the world.

Free access to a secure Wi-Fi network is available via Eduroam. Eduroam allows students, faculty, and staff to access the Internet in more than 54 countries and at over 6,000 educational institutions. [...]

Take the SERU

What’s important to you? UF wants to know.

Tell us what you think about your undergraduate experience and you could win cash prizes.
Go to and take the SERU survey today.
The Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey is a comprehensive survey administered to all undergraduates. UF wants to know what’s important to you, [...]

Registrar Reminders

Spring 2017 Commencement Information is available at:
Spring diplomas will be mailed in 8-10 weeks after graduation to the “permanent home address” on file at MyUFL > My Account > Update My Directory Profile
May 2: Deadline to change permanent home address in anticipation of spring diploma mailing.
Transcripts ordered April 27 (5pm) – May 2 will be [...]

GATORRATER Faculty Evaluations Now Open

Students, we need your feedback! The Spring 2017 GATORRATER faculty evaluation period is open. With GATORRATER, students can share anonymous feedback about instructors and courses. Filling out evaluations provides valuable information about the quality of instruction at UF and helps faculty with course planning. In addition, students can access previous evaluations before registering for courses. [...]



Apply to University Committees for Fall 2017

Applications are available for student appointments to University Committees for fall 2017.
The University of Florida encourages student involvement through participation and membership on committees that advise the administration on important issues.  A list of committees can be found on the Provost’s website at
Students eligible to serve on university committees will be selected from this pool [...]

City Year Applications

City Year is working to bridge the gap in high-poverty communities between the support that students actually need, and what their schools are designed and resourced to provide. In doing so, they’re helping to increase graduation rates across the country, and changing the lives of the students they serve. To work with the students directly, [...]

HealthStreet Data Management Internship

HealthStreet is seeking a data management and statistical analysis intern to work 15-20 hours per week for Summer 2017 and Fall 2017. Interested students should have experience with Microsoft Excel, REDCap, SAS and/or R . Students should also have an interest in public health and/or health disparities. A working knowledge of database management and software [...]

Boy and Girls Club Summer Internships

Are you looking for a fun, rewarding way to spend your summer? Boys and Girls Club of Alachua County is looking for interns!
We are looking for dedicated UF students to help with our programs by providing tutors and support for the children to learn in a safe, fun environment.
There are many internship positions available including [...]



April 19: Get with the Times

The New York Times announces a new event series, Get with the Times. Join us for the first Facebook Live Watch Party on Wednesday, April 19 from 8:45-10 p.m. in Matherly 0116. Snacks and NYT swag available!
New York Times reporter Yamiche Alcindor and Tony Award-winning actor Leslie Odom Jr. will host a Facebook Live Q&A [...]

De-Stress Study Fest

On April 20, come out to the free De-Stress Study Fest, presented by the Reitz Union. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., there will be a carnival-themed afternoon of games, Mechanical Meltdown, High Striker, and activities such as free massages, stress-ball making, and free snow cones and popcorn! The Reitz Union Game Room will also [...]

Interface 2017

Interface 2017: Authentic and Creative Assessment:
UF Faculty will share proven assessment strategies. Learn how your colleagues effectively integrate and manage different types of assessments into their courses. Get tips on how to evaluate alternative types of assessments efficiently. Gain insights into helping your students get the most out of their feedback
Thursday, April 20th 2017
University of [...]

National Geographic Photo Ark Presentation

Join National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore for a presentation on April 21 from 8 to 10 p.m. at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. This event is part of a yearlong celebration of the Florida Museum’s 100th anniversary as the state’s official natural history museum. For more information, visit or call 352-846-2000.

Student Organizations


Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow

Interested in learning about the professional journeys of UF’s current leaders? UF Alpha Kappa Psi presents Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow, a speaker series showcasing leaders such as Law Dean Laura Rosenbury, Shands CEO Ed Jimenez, Journalism Lecturer Mike Foley, H&HP Dean Mike Reid, and Warrington Executive Director of Career Services Craig Petrus.
The event is on [...]

R 101 Workshop

Want to learn R but don’t know where to start? Join PhDMoms for a free workshop on Monday, April 10 from 10:30 to noon at Pascal’s Coffeehouse. All students welcome. Hosted by PhDMoms. Sponsored by SG. Please RSVP to More information:

UF Psychology Club General Body Meeting

The UF Psychology Club is the largest psychology organization at the University of Florida and they strive to bring their members new opportunities such as research positions or internships, as well as a way to connect with others who are passionate about this field. They host several different kinds of events: Social, Academic, Philanthropic, and [...]

Gators Talk Event

Gators Talk is April 6, 2017 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Pugh Hall.
The event will be mini Ted Talk with speeches performed by students and teachers. These speeches will be regarding the Gator experience. Participants will be speaking on topics that cover their personal journey at the University of Florida, detailing the [...]