Given recently released national guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and in concert with the State University System, the University of Florida will make masks optional rather than required for students, faculty, staff and guests on UF property and in UF facilities effective immediately.
Dear faculty and staff, As we wrap up the Spring semester, our thoughts and preparations are turning naturally to upcoming semesters. With increased availability of vaccines and increased rates of vaccination, we anticipate UF will be able to resume full and normal operation in Summer B and Fall semesters. What does this mean? First, activity […]
In the wake of the tragic accidents on W. University Avenue that recently claimed the lives of two of our University of Florida students and injured others, the university and its partners have acted with urgency to improve pedestrian and vehicular safety conditions surrounding campus. In the short term, we are working collaboratively with the […]
Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, This is a historic year in so many ways, and our conversations reflect that, studded with terms that have grown all too familiar: Unprecedented. Uncertain. New normal. And now we are on the cusp of a revolutionary development in the progress we’re making on the pandemic, and we can add […]
In keeping with past practice, the University of Florida will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 26-27, for the Thanksgiving holiday. While classes are not held on Wednesday, November 25, the University will remain open. If you are planning to travel, you are encouraged to get tested both before you leave as well as upon […]