The Student Health Care Center is encouraging the university community to get vaccinated for influenza (flu) to prevent people from getting sick and spreading the flu to others.
Sustainable research expenditure growth, effective post-tenure review, recruiting even more top-flight faculty, and establishing even greater impact beyond Gainesville are all part of University of Florida President Ben Sasse’s far-reaching vision for UF as he launches a yearlong strategic planning process to chart UF’s course for the next decade.
University of Florida faculty conducted a record $1.25 billion in research in fiscal year 2023, a nearly 15% increase over 2022.
The Wall Street Journal named the University of Florida the No. 1 public university in the country in its “2024 Best Colleges in the U.S.” report.
The University of Florida will return to normal operating status on Thursday, Aug. 31. Classes and all academic and student-related activities, including online classes, will resume as well.
The Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida had its Butterfly Rainforest staff catch all 700 of its butterflies before Hurricane Idalia.
An FAQ list of questions concerning Hurricane Idalia.
Due to Tropical Storm Idalia, which is forecasted to make landfall as a major hurricane, the University of Florida campus will close and classes will be canceled beginning at noon on Tuesday, Aug. 29, and continuing through Wednesday, Aug. 30. All academic and student-related activities, including online classes and exams, will also be canceled during that time.
This page, which will be updated regularly, contains a list of campus operations that have been impacted by Hurricane Idalia.
As officials monitor Tropical Storm Idalia in the Gulf of Mexico, UF faculty with expertise in a variety of related topics are available to the media to provide insight and commentary.
The University of Florida kicks off the fall semester by renewing its commitment to traffic, pedestrian, and bicyclist safety through collaborative events that will continue for the next several weeks.
The University of Florida and the Florida Department of Transportation are partnering during the first day of the fall semester to educate the campus community about pedestrian, scooter, and bicycle safety.