You are being invited to participate in a study for college students by the department of Family, Youth & Community Sciences at the University of Florida. The name of the study is Student Perceptions of Food Availability and Choices, and it is designed to understand the degree of food insecurity at the University of Florida. [...]
September 16 – Heading home late at night? Utilize the Later Gator Bus Route! Check out their schedule here: http://go-rts.com/images/schedules/fall-spring/latergator.pdf
September 17 - Stay Safe, Fellow Gators! If you see something suspicious, call 911. Report any information!
September 18 – If you are walking at night, be alert! Don’t walk with distractions such as headphones or texting. Be [...]
The 2014 Student Tech Fair is on Friday, October 10, outside Marston Science Library and CSE. Tech Fair is your chance to learn about IT services like free, remote software access with UFApps, 3D printing in MSL, and what you can create in the A² Fab Lab. There will also be info about on-campus iPad [...]
September 19 is the deadline to apply for a Degree or Associate of Arts Degree for fall. To submit your degree application access ISIS:
My Online Services > My Record > Certificate/Degree Application
Find important information for degree candidates at: http://www.registrar.ufl.edu/commencement/
September 19 is the last day to withdraw from all fall courses with a 25 percent refund [...]
Every Gator deserves to flourish. If you or someone you know is struggling with something, take action… ask for help! For more information about mental health resources on campus, check out the UFlourish Facebook page: www.facebook/UFlourish and UFlourish Webpages: http://gatorwell.ufsa.ufl.edu/UFlourish
Join the University of Florida’s Bob Graham Center for Public Service and the Center for Leadership and Service in Pugh Hall between 11a.m.- 3 p.m. on National Voter Registration Day, Sept. 23. TurboVote registration stations will be setup with friendly staff to help students, staff and faculty to quickly and efficiently register to vote, update [...]
Student Government is happy to provide students with the tool to turn their smartphone into a personal mobile safety device. UF SG has deployed mobile safety app called TapShield, which makes mobile phones an essential part of personal safety both on and off campus. With TapShield app (for iPhone and Android), you can:
Whether you’re creating a portfolio, building a website, or editing video, Adobe offers a variety of tools to help you complete your projects. Learn more about Adobe products like Photoshop, Acrobat, Muse, and InDesign at UF’s Adobe Day on Tuesday, September 16 from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. in the Reitz Union Auditorium and Cinema. [...]
Finding new classes at the beginning of the semester can be tricky, but now both Android and iOS device owners can check class times and locations on the go with the official UF Mobile app. The app’s class schedule feature has been available on iOS devices since May, but now Android users can also import [...]
September 2- How do you stay positive? Smile everyday and always look for the best in any situation.
September 3- Lend a helping hand. Bust out of your comfort zone and help someone who may need it today.
September 4- How can you make an influence on this campus? Complete a random act of kindness today and see [...]