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Welcome to UF

Getting Settled In

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Before You Arrive

How to prepare for your arrival at the University of Florida

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Getting Started

Guidance for your first days and weeks at UF

 

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Your First 60 Days

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

 

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Beyond 60 Days.

You’ve been here a while. Now what?

 

Antonio Farias

“If we really are a democracy, if we aspire to be a more perfect democracy, then what is our role as individual citizens to make that democracy a reality that is available to all? That’s the challenge, and UF and Florida are uniquely poised to lead."

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Lee Anne Chesterfield

“Art is not something that’s nice to have; it is something we need to do and experience. Art is essential.”

Administration

Chris Hass

"If we’re all doing our jobs to the best of our abilities with the interest of elevating the university, we can be very successful."

Administration

Antonio Farias

Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Advisor to the President

“If we really are a democracy, if we aspire to be a more perfect democracy, then what is our role as individual citizens to make that democracy a reality that is available to all? That’s the challenge, and UF and Florida are uniquely poised to lead."

Administration

Latest News

UF celebrates International Education Week, receives national recognition for its efforts

The University of Florida is marking International Education Week Nov. 12–16 with a series of events designed to celebrate UF’s many efforts to create and promote programs of global focus.

Through new faculty hires, the College of the Arts seeks to define the role of the arts in higher ed, society

Through a unique hiring process, UF’s College of the Arts recently called on college faculty and staff to develop a unified vision for the hiring of 19 new faculty members.

Ongoing hurricane relief efforts support faculty, staff and students in Panhandle

When Hurricane Michael struck the Florida Panhandle, many UF/IFAS faculty, staff and students’ homes were destroyed or badly damaged. Donations continue to be accepted via Aid-a-Gator, UF’s emergency fund for faculty, staff and students, with nearly $15,000 raised in recent weeks. In addition, UF/IFAS has established a hurricane relief site with opportunities for those who wish to help to provide donations and/or volunteer.

Our caring community—ways to help in the wake of Hurricane Michael

As recovery from Hurricane Michael is underway in the Florida Panhandle, many want to reach out to assist those in need. Among those affected by last week’s hurricane were approximately 200 UF faculty, staff and graduate assistants affiliated with the North Florida Research and Education Centers in Quincy and Marianna as well as those throughout 15 UF/IFAS Extension county offices. Whether by donating money, goods or your time, there are many ways to help our fellow Floridians.