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COVID-19 Vaccine Plans

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 […]

Holiday Schedule and Planning for Faculty and Staff

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 […]

UF Campus Closure/Class Cancellation

The University of Florida’s main campus in Gainesville will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 12 because of  Tropical Storm Eta, and all face-to-face and online classes are canceled. Campus will re-open and classes will resume on Friday, Nov. 13.

Campus Brief

UF’s leaders are providing a biweekly update on spring academic planning efforts, research innovations and campus operational changes.

Superior Accomplishment Awards Program Nomination Period

A call for nominations for the University of Florida’s Superior Accomplishment Awards program.

Homecoming 2020 Holiday

In support of a recommendation from our UF Faculty Senate, the Friday, October 2, holiday will revert to a work and instructional class day.  December 24 will be considered an official holiday in its stead.

Political campaign activity

This is a reminder that UF is prohibited from participating in any political campaign or providing anything of value to support or oppose a candidate
for public office or a ballot initiative.

Reopening Plan for Fall 2020

By now, you’ve likely heard about or seen UF’s Reopening Plan for the fall semester, which lays out how the university will move forward amid the ongoing pandemic.

Another step toward positive change against racism

Amid global protests and intentional reflection here on campus, many UF colleges, departments and individuals have joined the growing effort to address racism and inequity. To build on this important work, President Fuchs announced steps the university will be taking in the coming year.