Since our founding over 160 years ago, we’ve continually pushed the boundaries of knowledge forward. With our finger on the pulse and an eye on the horizon, we’ve pursued the greatest heights of research and innovation, always together and always for the betterment of Florida and the world.
Before you can lead the charge, you have to discover your calling. So look through our library of 30 certificates, 100 undergraduate majors and 200 graduate programs. Discover your path and start toward your greater purpose.
At UF, our research leads us to collaborate across departments, the state, the nation and the world. Together, our focus is on improving lives—not just in the lab or in theory, but in real life. Because we’re not just discovering breakthroughs or developing new products — we’re shaping the minds that shape the future.
t’s a process that leads to not only stronger minds, but better brains. For example, our McKnight Brain Institute is one of the nation’s most comprehensive and technologically advanced centers devoted to discovering how the normal brain operates, and how we can repair the brain following injury, disease or aging.
We changed our name from the Career Resource Center to the Career Connections Center. It’s a small change from our previous name but it better represents the big impact we can have on your life. This is where Gators bridge the gap between inspiration and action, and where employers are linked to the best talent entering the work force. Whether you’re a student or alumni, the Career Connections Center will help you across the lifespan of your career.
The Career Connections Center has a range of career fairs to fit every recruiting need. From on-campus to virtual events, our fairs give you the opportunity to meet and network with talented University of Florida students and alumni.
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Our award-winning facilities and programs supports student development and builds community to enhance the university's academic mission. We provide a full-service living experience for our 7,600+ residence hall students and 1,900+ Graduate and Family Housing village residents. This includes in-house maintenance and IT operations to provide the highest quality support for students.
To provide well-maintained, inclusive, community-oriented facilities where residents and staff are empowered to learn, innovate, and succeed.
George A. Smathers LibrariesThe six George A. Smathers libraries provide primary support to all academic programs except those served by the Lawton Chiles Legal Information Center.Library WestLibrary West holds collections in the humanities and social sciences, including resources supporting the College of Business, Africana Area Studies, East Asian Area Studies, and the Isser and Rae Price.
DHNet Internet Services provides high-speed Internet access for residents and guests of Housing and Residence Education. DHNet Internet Services utilizes 802.1x authentication on the wired and wireless networks along with SafeConnect Posture Assessment, Copysense copyright protection, and in-house built applications to protect the users.
At the University of Florida, we take your decision to choose us as your second home very seriously. That's why we have put a lot of thought into the design of our 2,000-acre campus with the goal of bringing students together to learn and grow as our top priority. As the flagship campus in the state of Florida, this can be your future training ground. Here are just a few locations that make the UF campus extra special.
The University of Florida is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Commission on Colleges to award bachelor, master, specialist, engineer, doctoral and professional degrees
I cannot complain about anything so far. I am loving the experience. The only problem that I have now is the opportunities that I can't access because of COVID-19
My university has been very good so far. I had many experiences and chances to get involved, and had the best professors to teach me.
My experience at the University of Florida was amazing; I had great teachers, made friendships through study groups and learned a lot. I was able to study abroad in Spain and to gain professional experiences through internships. I also had an on-campus job which offered a great deal of flexibility for me to be able to graduate “Cum Laude” with two degrees. That being said,...