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This form is intended for conducting criminal background check using FBI or 435 Livescan. This type of check is only conducted if it is required by law or has been preapproved by UF Human Resources. For more information on FBI or 435 Livescan, please click here.
To conduct criminal background other than FBI/435 Livescan, please visit our resource on conducting criminal background check using First Advantage by clicking here.
Please contact Amy Neal (email@example.com) with PK Yonge to initiate the appropriate background check process in order to gain access to PK Yonge campus.
The following is the process to request a background check:
- Complete all the fields found on this page (Background Screening Request). Incomplete forms will not be accepted.
- Click the Submit button at the bottom of this page. You will see a confirmation page if the form was submitted successfully.
- It is important not to make a fingerprinting appointment after submitting this form and receiving a confirmation email from UF Talent Acquisition and Onboarding to do so.
Alert! If multiple checks are conducted as a result of submitting the same request more than once, the department will be liable for the costs of the checks conducted. Please note that HRS will cover the cost for UF employees.
Requesting 435 LiveScan Background Check
This level II background check should only be requested for employees and volunteers who fall into one of the following categories:
- Working for or volunteering with BabyGator
- Working or volunteering in a summer camp
- Working in a position that is contracted or funded by Florida Department of Children and Families
- Working in an UF sponsored after-school program
When initiating a 435 Livescan, the requesting department must:
- Provide all the necessary information by completing all the fields below, especially ones denoted by an asterisk, and submit the form by clicking the Submit button.
- UF Talent Acquisition and Onboarding will notify the department if fingerprinting appointment is needed.
- Make a fingerprinting appointment with Human Resources or with an approved UF vendor, if employee lives outside of Gainesville / Alachua county once approval is provided by UF Talent Acquisition and Onboarding.
- Candidates can use the Fingerprinting Appointment Online Scheduler to make their appointment with Talent Acquisition & Onboarding.
Alert! Please note Talent Acquisition and Onboarding sends a courtesy email to the hiring department within a day to confirm our receipt of the request. The email regarding the fingerprinting appointment is provided in a separate email.
If an employee completes the fingerprinting portion of the background check before UF Talent Acquisition and Onboarding provides its approval, the hiring department will incur additional cost to complete the check.
For more information or assistance, please contact HRS at (352) 392-2477 or email HRSBackgrounds@admin.ufl.edu.