Office of the University Registrar

Filed under Administrative, Registrar on May 14, 2019.
May 13: Classes Begin
May 13 and 14 (by 11:59 p.m.):  Summer A/C Drop/Add, Late Registration and Non-Degree Registration
May 14 (by 11:59 p.m.):  Summer A/C Withdrawal from all courses with no fee liability
May 15: Summer A Degree Applications
May 22: Summer A deadline to withdraw (drop all summer A courses) with a 25% refund. The 25% refund does not apply to dropped courses.
May 22: Summer A 2019 S/U Application Deadline. The application is available at www.registrar.ufl.edu under Registrar Forms > Academics > S/U Grade Option
May 24 (by 3:30 p.m.): Summer A/C fees due are due by 3:30 p.m.  Please contact the Bursar’s Office if you have questions.
May 24: Summer A/C Residency Reclassification Deadline
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

May 13 and 14 (by 11:59 p.m.):  Summer A/C Drop/Add, Late Registration and Non-Degree Registration

May 14 (by 11:59 p.m.):  Summer A/C Withdrawal from all courses with no fee liability

May 15: Summer A Degree Applications

May 22: Summer A deadline to withdraw (drop all summer A courses) with a 25% refund. The 25% refund does not apply to dropped courses.

May 22: Summer A 2019 S/U Application Deadline. The application is available at www.registrar.ufl.edu under Registrar Forms > Academics > S/U Grade Option

May 24 (by 3:30 p.m.): Summer A/C fees due are due by 3:30 p.m.  Please contact the Bursar’s Office if you have questions.

May 24: Summer A/C Residency Reclassification Deadline

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