iClicker Reef App Now Free for Students!

Good news, Gators! You no longer have to purchase an iClicker remote to participate in class thanks to the free iClicker Reef app. (But don’t worry – if you already have a remote, you can still use it!) This cloud-based app allows you to take quizzes and polls, mark your attendance, and complete assignments all [...]

Gator Guide to Off Campus Life

UF’s Off Campus Life office wants to help you have a great transition to living in Gainesville. OCL’s annual publication, The Gator Guide to Off Campus Life, has everything you need to know to be a great Gator neighbor. The Gator Guide includes information on how find off-campus housing, information to help you transition to [...]

UFIT’s Guide to Thrive Post-Thanksgiving

Happy pre-Thanksgiving, Gators! No matter where you’re finishing the fall semester from, UFIT has some recommendations to help you finish strong:

Bookmark the UF COVID-19 Updates webpage for the latest campus pandemic news.
Make sure you know when you can call or email for tech support over [...]

Off Campus Life – Housing Locator

Off Campus Life’s Housing Locator allows you to search for apartments, houses, subleases and roommates in Gainesville for free! Simply use the filters to sort through listings by number of bedrooms, bathrooms, price range, and several other search criteria. You can utilize the interactive map feature to gauge distance to campus and see RTS [...]



Become a Career Ambassador

Apply to be a Career Ambassador at the Career Connections Center. Gain experience, build your skills, network with employers, all while helping your fellow Gators achieve their career goals. Career Ambassadors will review resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, facilitate outreach presentations, and coach students through interview strategies.
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2021 ESAC Representative Applications are Open

Become the voice of your engineering department by applying to become an ESAC Representative. For more information visit:

Research Mixer Undergraduate Opportunity

Every year the Student Chapter of the American Chemical Society, also known as the UF Chemistry Club, holds a research mixer where we invite undergraduates to network with Gainesville/UF researchers. This year, we are holding virtual events every day of the first week of December (11/30 – 12/4) to walk undergraduates step-by-step through how to [...]

MA Program Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women’s Studies Research

Pursue a master’s degree in the Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women’s Studies Research. Their MA program offers a vibrant and diverse faculty, flexible requirements, and excellent preparation for those wishing to go on for doctoral study or professional employment. The program advances the study of gender and sexualities and their intersections with race/ethnicity, class, [...]



Florida Museum hosts virtual ‘Science Off Tap’ Dec. 3

The Florida Museum of Natural History and the University of Florida Thompson Earth Systems Institute will host “Science Off Tap: Mangroves on the Move” Dec. 3 from 7 to 8 p.m. This FREE virtual event features an engaging conversation with Julie Walker, marine conservation fellow at UF’s Whitney Lab for Marine Bioscience, as part of [...]

Beat Kentucky Tees

Join us for an ePortfolio Workshop through Zoom. We’ll go over how to get started and how to navigate, what you’ll need to include, and suggested guidelines for making a polished, reflective, and career-driven ePortfolio as part of the International Scholars Program and Peace Corps Prep.
All workshops will be held virtually via Zoom. Please [...]

Virtual Ethics Café on Reparations

November 17 from 5 to 6:30 pm
Zoom Event
At this ethics café, we will discuss the ethical issues raised by the question of reparations for Black descendants of enslaved people in the U.S.  In particular, we will ask how we, as a society, cope with and understand the racial injustices of the past. Free and open [...]

Portraits of Us Project

The “Portraits of Us” photo project focuses on uplifting first-generation college students and their experiences at the University of Florida. Initially born out of the research of Dr. Cecilia E. Suarez, “Portraits of Us” grew and flourished with the collaborative efforts of Erica Aguiar, Adrian Cruz, Christopher Gomez and the Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars Program. [...]

Student Organizations


2021 ESAC Representative Applications are Open

Become the voice of your engineering department by applying to become an ESAC Representative. For more information visit:

Join Get Up, Sis!

GUS is an online support group for Black women in Florida to have discussions and develop relationships in a safe space. They are primarily working professionals and graduate students. For more information, visit:

SG Student Organization Funding

The Spring/Summer A 2021 SG student organization funding cycle is quickly approaching. With that being said, we have updated the funding processes from the past semester. Please see Student Senate Bill 2020-1052: 800 Codes Revision that passed in the Student Senate and the newly updated 800 codes.
Base Funding
One of the updates to the funding process [...]

Black Public Health Network

The Black Public Health Network is open to all persons, but was specifically created to connect black students, faculty and staff, and alums that are interested in the Public Health discipline. If anyone is interested in joining the community, feel free to reach out via email at