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Gator Tips of the Week

Avoid dimly-lit alleyways and paths and use the emergency blue-light phones or TapShield app (http://www.sg.ufl.edu/Services/UFMobileSafetyApp) while on UF’s campus.

Did you SEE something wrong on campus or at a school event? Then say something to local authorities to make it right. Report suspicious activity. Call UF Police at 352-392-1111 or learn more at www.police.ufl.edu.

Did you know that [...]

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech, Newsletter on September 29, 2014.

Transition to Exchange Email for Free Cloud Storage

Have you transitioned to Office 365 Exchange email?  When you switch to Exchange email, you get access to OneDrive @ UF, a free service providing 1 TB of cloud storage. OneDrive storage eliminates the need to save documents to a flash drive when traveling or using a different device — all your assignments, photos, and [...]

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech, Newsletter on September 29, 2014.

Registrar Reminders

On October 3, spring 2015 Schedule of Courses will be available on ISIS.
November 3 to December 23 and December 25 to January 4, spring 2015 advance registration will be open (at or after assigned start time).

Filed under Administrative, Newsletter, Registrar on September 29, 2014.

Register to vote with Turbovote for Free

The deadline to register to vote in this year’s election is on October 6. TurboVote is your one-stop Website for all of your voting needs. Once registered, for free, Turbovote will:
• help you register to vote (or update your voter registration)
• help you get absentee ballots and vote by mail
• send you reminders [...]

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech, Newsletter on September 29, 2014.

Gator Tips of the Week

Sept. 22 – You are important and your friends are important. Email umatter@ufl.edu if you or someone you know needs additional support.

Sept. 23 -  It’s always good to have a change of scenery. Find a new place to study on campus this week! #UMatterUF #study

Sept. 24 – Have you ever wondered how you can make [...]

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech on September 22, 2014.

Free 24/7 Online Training with Lynda.com

Want to improve your business skills, write a resume, edit a movie, or create an app?  Through lynda.com, you have 24/7 access to training courses in these topics and more —lynda has over 2,900 online training courses!  Some of the most popular courses at UF this semester are PhotoshopCS6 One-On-One Fundamentals, InDesign CC Essential Training, [...]

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech on September 22, 2014.

UFlourish Fall 2014 Designs Premier Today

The new UFlourish designs launch today, Monday, September 22.  Visit the UFlourish Website (http://gatorwell.ufsa.ufl.edu/UFlourish) or Facebook page (www.facebook.com/UFlourish) to check out the new fall 2014 designs created by students for students!  Contact Sara Martin (s.martin@ufl.edu) for more information about the campaign and to request materials, including electronic versions (for websites, social media, and flatscreen TVs) [...]

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech on September 22, 2014.

Registrar Reminders

If you have not paid any portion of your fall fees or arranged for a fee deferment you will be withdrawn with fee liability. University policy stipulates that a student may not continue attending class if you are withdrawn. Students are responsible for tuition fees for all courses on their class schedule as of August [...]

Filed under Administrative, Registrar on September 22, 2014.

Register to vote with Turbovote for Free

The deadline to register to vote in this year’s election is on October 6. TurboVote is your one-stop Website for all of your voting needs. Once registered, for free, Turbovote will:
• help you register to vote (or update your voter registration)
• help you get absentee ballots and vote by mail
• send you reminders so you [...]

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech on September 22, 2014.

Food Needs on Campus

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. [...]

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech on September 16, 2014.