The UF Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures also known as La Casita and the Association of Hispanic Alumni (AHA) will host an event on Saturday, Sept 6 from 1-4 p.m. Come join them for some great music, dancing and hanging out with students and AHA members before kickoff! 1504 W. University Ave. Wed. Sept 6 1-4 [...]
The Hispanic Latino Student Assembly is an evening of speakers and performances that introduces incoming and returning students to the resources and opportunities offered at the University of Florida.
This year’s theme, Impossible is Nothing, has a mission to empower the UF community to break walls and follow their passion to achieve greatness.
The event will take [...]
The UF Women’s Student Association is excited to invite you to the fourth annual Women’s Welcome Assembly on Sept. 10, 6:30 p.m. in the Reitz Grand Ballroom. Enjoy wonderful performances by UF students, inspiring keynote speakers, free food and a large tabling fair to introduce you to the organizations Gainesville has to offer.
Is it a Church or a Cult? A Campus Community Forum
This is a community gathering to discuss the great religious diversity that exists at UF and what students should know about making healthy decisions when getting involved with religious groups on/off campus.
Tuesday, September 9 at 7:30 p.m.at the Baughman Meditation Center (located on Lake Alice)
Speed Faithing is September 8 at 7 p.m. in the Florida Gymnasium.
Here’s how it works: Representatives of various faith traditions and a non-religious group will be stationed at their own tables, where they’ll talk for 10 minutes about their respective beliefs and then answer questions for 5 minutes. Every 15 minutes, they’ll begin again, so [...]
Native American/American Indian Student/Faculty/Staff Reception
Thursday, August 28
Pugh Hall 210
Network your way to success this academic year by meeting and connecting with other Native American, American Indian and Indigenous students, faculty & staff during this welcome reception. Learn more about the opportunities and resources that exist for you on campus.
The Black Student Assembly is an annual event during UF’s Weeks of Welcome. At BSA 2014, they’ll showcase campus resources, support services, various student organizations, and leadership opportunities available to new and returning students.
Their question to you: at the end of your time at UF will you have left your mark on this campus?
Your legacy [...]
The Gator Wesley Foundation invites all new and returning students to participate in their welcome week events.
Mario Kart Tournament – Monday, August 25 at 7 p.m. at Gator Wesley Foundation, 1380 W University Ave.
Tie Dye Cookout (shirts will be provided for tie dye) – Wednesday, August 27 at 6:30 p.m. at Gator Wesley
Sexual Assault Prevention [...]
The UF Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures also known as La Casita will be hosting an open house for all incoming Hispanic-Latino students. Come learn about the services La Casita provides and find out about ways to get involved within the Hispanic-Latino/a community. 1504 W. University Ave. Wed. September 3 from noon to 3 p.m. Email: [...]
“Conversations with Black Faculty and Staff” is a networking event and workshop that provides students with an opportunity to meet and connect with prominent Black faculty and administrators in an informal, on-campus setting while learning the professional skills including conversation and reception etiquette. Food will be provided.
The next Conversations with Black Faculty and Staff is [...]