Registrar Reminders

Filed under Administrative, Registrar on January 16, 2017.

The Office of the University Registrar will be closed Monday, January 16 for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.

January 20:  Deadline to submit an S-U (pass/fail) grade option form.

January 27: Last Day to withdraw (drop all spring courses) with a 25% Refund (W assigned).

January 27: Deadline to apply for a Degree, Certificate or Associate of Arts Degree spring. To submit your degree application access:
One.uf.edu>Student Self Service>My Online Services > My Record > Certificate/Degree Application

Spring 2017: Commencement dates are now available on their website: http://registrar.ufl.edu/commencement/

Voter Registration Information
Are you a registered voter in Florida or your home state?  If not, there are several ways to register to vote, and NOW is the time to register — before the deadlines — so you can vote in upcoming elections!

All the information you need is available from the Student Self Service homepage.

  • Florida residents can use the online voter registration application available from Student Self Service, under My Resources > Personal Info > Voter Registration.
  • Non-Florida residents can also use the registration form found on the Student Self Service link mentioned above. Once there on the left click, Government Links > U. S. Elections Assistance Commission > Resources for Voters > Register to Vote > National Mail Voter Registration form.

Florida residents can also pick up a registration form from these UF offices:

  • Office of the University Registrar – 222 Criser Hall
  • Dean of Students Office – 202 Peabody Hall
  • Disability Resources Center – 001 Reid Hall
  • Housing and Residence Education – Residence Hall Offices and Village Offices
  • Student Government Office – 305 J Wayne Reitz Union
  • University Police Department – Community Service Division

If you are already registered to vote in Alachua County/Gainesville and you have moved to another address within Alachua County, you can update your address by calling the Supervisor of Elections office at 352-374-5252.  If you are not registered to vote in Alachua County, please notify your county Supervisor of Elections office of your address change.

UF encourages you to register to vote. Make a difference.