The University of Florida offers Veterans Tools for Success

Have you heard of the “VSOC” program? It stands for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) VetSuccess on Campus program – and the University of Florida is a location spot!  Through the VSOC program, VA places experienced vocational rehabilitation counselors on college campuses to assist the growing number of Servicemembers, Veterans, and dependents attending school [...]

Labs & Learning Spaces Available Around the Clock

UFIT’s eight computer labs are available across campus, including Marston Library and Library West. Whether you’re printing before class or trying to finish a project at 3 a.m., the labs’ schedules ensure that a computer will always be available. Each computer is loaded with free software like Adobe and Matlab, but you can also always [...]

Gator Tips of the Week

October 5 – The Baughman Center is a great place to meditate. Meditation can help reduce stress and allow you to feel more centered. #UMatterUF
October 6 – Did you know that UMatterWeCare provides immediate assistance if you or someone you know is distressed? Email for support!
October 7 – A fellow UF student stated [...]

First Exams Around the Corner

The UF Teaching Center has the tools you need to help you ace that first exam. Visit their website at for more information about our free walk-in and private tutoring. Study alongside a UF student who has recently passed the same course that you’re in! Take this time to evaluate your study strategies with [...]



Truman Scholarship Information Session

Learn about the Truman Scholarship from Gator alum and 2006 Truman Scholar Ashley Bittner! Ashley will be on campus next Friday, October 9 to discuss her career in public service and her experience since leaving UF – she has since leaving UF served as a Teach for American corps member in NYC, earned a Master [...]

Harn Museum of Art Spring Internships

The Harn is recruiting interns for the spring 2016 semester. Internships are offered in all museum departments with the goal of providing professional experience and growth opportunities. With guidance from museum professionals, interns gain practical experience by working on projects and programs. In addition, the museum benefits from the contributions made by interns Internships require [...]

Public Policy & International Affairs Information Session

Learn about the Public Policy & International Affairs Program (PPIA) at an information session this Wednesday, October 7 at 1:55 p.m. in the third floor conference room of the Student Health Care Center. Fellowships Advisor Regan Garner and PPIA alum Manuela Hernandez will be available to answer questions and discuss this fellowship for juniors (graduating [...]

Conservation Career Showcase and Workshops

Learn more about careers in Natural Resources and Conservation.

October 12, noon to 1:30 p.m., NZH Breezeway: Eat n’ Greet with WEC/SNRE faculty and staff.
October 13, 2:30 to 4 p.m., Matthews Suite Reitz: Grad School 101. Learn the steps to getting into and being successful in a natural resource grad prog.
October 14, 11 to 2 p.m., [...]



Asian Kaleidoscope Month

AKM is a month-long celebration of Asian and Asian-American culture and heritage. They hold many events (with free food and raffles) throughout the month of October focused on celebrating the contributions of the Asian-American community to the arts and sciences, entertainment, politics, education, and sports. Their philanthropy this year is Give2Asia, where money donated through [...]

UF Networking Business Mixer

UF Networking Business Mixer is Oct. 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the Heavener School of Business
Are you interested in working for a Fortune 500 company? Getting your masters? Do you want to start or lead your own company one day? Want to make an impact in society? If you answered yes to any of [...]

#DayOfTheGirlUF Summit hosted by She’s the First UF October 11, 2015

She’s the First UF will be hosting it’s first annual Day of the Girl Summit on Sunday, October 11 starting at 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The summit will take place at Heavener School of Business  Room 160. #DayOfTheGirlUF is a day-long conversation on the issues and solutions facing girls and women worldwide. Their goal [...]

Discover Gainesville Murder Mystery

Are you ready for a night filled with secrets, scandals, and some fun? Off Campus Life is hosting the Murder at the Deadwood Saloon at the Keene Faculty Center on October 20, 2015, right in time for Halloween! Dust off your boots, bandannas, and cowboy hats because we’re taking it back to the Wild West! [...]

Student Organizations


Black History Month 2016 Co-sponsor Applications

Interested in cosponsoring an event for Black History Month 2016? All student organizations are encouraged to apply to have their event represented on the calendar in February. Apps are available on Application Clearinghouse until October 14.

Volunteers Around the World

Do you love to volunteer? Have you been hoping to travel abroad? Then join the UF Dental Chapter of Volunteers Around the World on our 2-week excursion to the Dominican Republic in summer 2016. This trip is open to anyone, any major.
The UF Chapter of VAW will be holding an information session Monday, October 12 [...]

PAM Staff Applications

Applications for PAM 2016staff are now open. This year, Pride Awareness Month’s Theme is Defiance. With your help, they can translate this message through the UF and Gainesville community. Interested? Apply now!
Applications close October 5 at 11:59 p.m.

TEDx Club Meeting

Do you like TED Talks?  They’re TEDx Club.  They’ll be meeting on Tuesday from 7-8 p.m. in Stuzin 103 to watch and discuss a couple TED talks.  If you need more information, ask to join the group ‘The Ted Club at UF’ on Facebook.