In addition to helping you with academic planning, academic advisers can refer you to the wide array of resources that are available to UF students..
If you are experiencing difficulty in your classes, seek help from your professor and/or T.A., increase your study hours, study with your classmates, visit your academic adviser, and use the free resources listed below.
Library West is UF’s main library, but there are specialized libraries for science, music, education, architecture majors. In addition to serving as a traditional information resource, libraries also provide quiet places to study, training on how to use the library, and access to free online journals.
UF's Career Resource Center (CRC) offers career workshops, career counseling, on-campus interviewing, internship programs, and job search assistance. Both the CRC and the UF Counseling and Wellness Center provide career counseling.
The Office of Student Financial Affairs (SFA) offers eligible students "financial aid packages" consisting of scholarships, grants, loans, and/or part-time employment. If you are in need of a scholarship, take a look at SFA’s “Scholarship Finder,” your college’s Web site, or for prestigious scholarships, see the UF Honors Program Office Web site. To pay your tuition, fees, and all other university bills, go to the University Financial Services Office in S-108 Criser Hall.
As a UF student, you have access to an assortment of free computer support services including E-Learning support, technical consulting, software downloads, e-mail services, and computer training. The UF Computing Help Desk staff can answer questions about your GatorLink account, configure your laptop, and offer technical support for computer applications. UF has several computer labs located throughout campus for student use.
The University of Florida cares about the health and well being of its students.
The Student Health Care Center (SHCC), established in 1906, is an accredited outpatient clinic staffed by licensed, board-certified medical providers who pride themselves in keeping UF’s students, faculty and staff healthy through a wide variety of primary and specialty care services. The Counseling and Wellness Center also offers mental health and crisis counseling, and the university features state-of-the-art exercise facilities and recreational sports programs for all UF students.
The International Student Services office at UF's International Center is an essential resource for international students. On the link below, you will find a host of resources that includes information on visas, immunization, healthcare and health insurance, emergency scholarships, student life, and more.
The UF Registrar has an informative Web page for parents of UF students that features critical dates, a parent reference guide, academic terminology, and FAQs. Additionally, the Counseling and Wellness Center has a comprehensive resource page for parents that addresses issues like adjusting to college, what parents should expect, stress and anxiety, and more. The Dean of Students Office also has a great resource page that includes event information and an even online family chat!
Student Legal Services offers a full range of legal services,the UF Ombuds assists students with solving problems and conflicts, as does the Dean of Student’s Office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution.