Campus Articles

UF named Fulbright Top Producing Institution for U.S. Students

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs named the University of Florida a Fulbright Top Producing Institution for U.S. Students for the first time in 10 years.

Celebrating Black History Month: The unstoppable Benny Vaughn

This Gator is hailed as the Father of Sports Massage. Growing up Black in the Jim Crow South prepared him to be the leader and innovator he is today, he says.

City of Jacksonville and University of Florida to explore possible new graduate campus

University of Florida and city leaders today committed to a partnership to explore creating a new graduate campus in Jacksonville focused on the introduction of innovative programs in medicine, business and engineering.

UF Online announces partnership with Major League Soccer Players Association

UF Online, the University of Florida’s top-ranked online bachelor’s degree program, and Major League Soccer Players Association (MLSPA) announced an education partnership to support soccer players in the United States and Canada today.

Celebrating Black History Month: Old Mount Carmel awarded $200,000 grant from African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund

Federal funding helps a Gainesville church and UF's Historic Preservation Program work to rehabilitate a local landmark

UF ranks 2nd among public universities for students’ economic return

For the second consecutive year, UF ranked No. 2 in the country among public universities and No. 4 among publics and privates for the economic return students get from attending college and leading students to greater financial security, according to Degree Choices Best College Rankings.

Celebrating Black History Month: The story of a UF integration pioneer

UF looks back on one of its first Black undergraduate students, Johncyna Williams McRae. Williams McRae was one of the original seven Black students to integrate undergraduate studies in 1962. 

American Association for the Advancement of Science honors 19 UF faculty as Lifetime Fellows

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals, has elected 19 faculty from the University of Florida to its newest class, breaking previous records for the number of faculty awarded in a single year. 

How UF developed a model for AI across the curriculum

Artificial intelligence has lurked behind the scenes in technologies people use every day, but UF is integrating AI into curriculum across disciplines to make it a core competency for students.

UF Provost Joe Glover announces transition

Following a UF-record 15 years as provost, Joe Glover has decided to relinquish that position at the end of July.

UF achieves No. 1 ranking for online bachelor’s degree programs

For the second year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has ranked UF as the top institution in the country to offer an online bachelor’s degree, as well as the country’s No. 1 university for veterans and active-duty service members to earn an online bachelor’s degree.

UF's Go Greater campaign creates 4.6 billion+ opportunities

UF’s record-setting Go Greater campaign topped $4.6 billion when it concluded on Dec. 31, 2022, making it one of the most successful campaigns in all of academia, the university announced this week.

UF enhancements make for a brighter, safer campus

UF recently completed a series of security enhancements to the campus, which include the addition of surveillance cameras, as part of the institution’s commitment to making the areas on and surrounding campus safe for all.

Indefinite partial closure of Library West due to water line break

Sections of the University of Florida Humanities and Social Sciences Library will be closed when the spring semester resumes as crews work to repair damage caused by a burst water line that froze during the holiday break.