Your academic advisor can provide you with valuable guidance during your college years. He or she will work collaboratively with you to develop an academic plan that ensures your timely graduation. Your advisor can provide you with suggestions for courses and help you create a realistic course schedule each semester. Your advisor also may be able to assist you with registration issues and explain the procedures for how to drop a course.
- Registration Tips for UF Students
Students register for courses via ONE.UF, the Integrated Student Information System. On ONE.UF, you can complete the Registration Prep process, determine your registration start time, and access your degree audit which outlines all of your degree requirements.
- Schedule of Courses
The UF Schedule of Courses contains the list of courses offered by term, General Education course listings by category, textbook requirements, class periods, final exam schedules, and registration dates. Using the Schedule of Courses, you can also determine whether a course is offered for Gordon Rule Writing credit in the departmental course listing pages under the “W/M” column.
- UF Undergraduate Catalog
The UF Undergraduate Catalog contains a semester-by-semester plan for your major, course descriptions, and minor and certificate requirements. When clarifying your degree requirements, be sure to use the catalog that corresponds with the year you entered UF.
- Academic Dates and Deadlines
It is your responsibility to keep track of important academic dates and deadlines that relate to registration, dropping courses, fee payments, degree applications, and the S-U grade option. Be sure to add these dates to your personal planner.
- Taking Courses at Other Schools (as a Transient Student)
Students are encouraged to complete their course work at UF; however, it is possible to earn credit for courses taken at another institution.
- Dropping Courses and Withdrawal Information