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Welcome to UF

Getting Settled In

before you arrive

Before You Arrive

How to prepare for your arrival at the University of Florida

getting started

Getting Started

Guidance for your first days and weeks at UF

 

your first 60 days

Your First 60 Days

Within your first 60 days, you have a lot to do. Get help here.

 

beyond 60 days

Beyond 60 Days

You’ve been here a while. Now what?

 

COVID-19 Information

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UFHR Screening and Access to the Workplace

UF and UF Health are working together to provide as safe an environment as possible. These efforts include working with the State of Florida Department of Health as part of a contact tracing program. UF faculty, staff and students also will adopt protocols for appropriate physical distancing, hygiene and face coverings.

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UF Health Screen, Test & Protect

The Screen, Test & Protect initiative uses public health guidance and best practices aimed at fostering a culture of care for our community while taking steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 as the University of Florida gradually returns faculty, staff and students to the campus environment.

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Our Plan Forward

Led by UF Health’s scientific and medical researchers, UF is implementing a plan to advance the success of our students, faculty and staff while prioritizing health and safety. This website is where you will find the details of that plan, including information for students & families, faculty & staff, and visitors.

Will Atkins

Associate Dean of Students and Senior Director

"Our hope is that we help support students in the academic environment while also creating space for them to find community and find support."

UF Multicultural & Diversity Affairs

Curtis Taylor

Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Campus Diversity Liaison

"When we talk about DEI, it’s really about creating and ensuring that we have an environment of working and learning where people feel like they belong and are included, and that their voices are heard. It’s also about ensuring that systems, policies, practices and resources—that all of these things are fair and done in a fair way. And it’s also about ensuring that the make up of our faculty, staff and students is representative of the demographics of the local and state communities."

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Shannon Edwards

Director of University Benefits

“When you work in benefits, you’re working with employees at their most vulnerable times. There are the great highs, such as having a first child or the excitement of walking in the door about to retire, and lows, such as dealing with a diagnosis or a death. We’ve got employees at such a vulnerable time, and it’s gratifying to walk alongside them and help them.”

UF Human Resources

Will Atkins

Associate Dean of Students and Senior Director

"Our hope is that we help support students in the academic environment while also creating space for them to find community and find support."

UF Multicultural & Diversity Affairs

Latest News

New paid family leave program introduced as efforts to transition to paid time off are paused

UF’s new paid family leave benefit was introduced to eligible TEAMS and faculty employees on Jan. 8. The new benefit provides up to 8 weeks of paid leave every 24 months for parental or medical reasons. This leave is designed to provide peace of mind throughout an employee’s lifespan, helping to meet their needs during […]

Transition from Skype to Teams by May 9

On May 9, UFIT will retire its Skype for Business service and transition entirely to Microsoft Teams. While scheduled Skype for Business meetings will be migrated and converted to Teams meetings, faculty and staff are encouraged to proactively switch applications prior to the deadline. To help with the transition process, UFIT has compiled several tools, […]

Summer training registration leadership program applications now open

With summer just around the corner, UF Training and Organizational Development has released its new schedule of training courses that cover topics including business communications, compliance training, racial justice awareness and more. The summer calendar runs from May through August. Faculty and staff are also invited to apply for the 2021-2022 UF Academy and Advanced Leadership for […]

Spring Walking Challenge kicks off this week!

UF’s Spring Walking Challenge is a great opportunity to increase your daily activity while sharing in some fun with your colleagues. Register today to create a Walker Tracker account and form or join your team now through April 9. The challenge runs through May 2. Here are a few resources to help you get started […]