Student Life & Support
UF Professional Development Workshops helps graduate students gain information, insights and skills they can use in academia and the job market.
What you must do if you must withdraw for medical reasons while enrolled as a UF graduate student.
A focus on diversity for an equitable, hospitable and inclusive educational environment where people of all backgrounds, ages and life experiences is one that enriches all and enhances the breadth and depth of higher learning, teaching and research. Therefore diversity among students, faculty and staff is a key, integral factor in graduate education at the University of Florida.
The UF Graduate Student Handbook covers the basic policies that apply to your stay at the University of Florida from matriculation through graduation, along with other useful and helpful information.
View the degree programs you have on record and the thesis or dissertation supervisory committees assigned to you on this convenient and easy-to-use online portal.
“Excel” is a yearly newsletter published each spring semester by the UF Graduate School to provide you with news for and about UF graduate students.
Union, resources, awards and orientations.
A list of resources for activities, housing and student services.
The UF Office of Institutional Research serves as the official, comprehensive source for information and statistics about the University of Florida.
The Graduate Student Listserv is one of the primary ways the UF Graduate School keeps in touch with graduate students, to share the latest information on academic policy and deadlines, financial aid news, and professional development opportunities.
Gatorlink is the official computer network and e-mail system at the University of Florida. The UF Graduate School uses your Gatorlink e-mail address as an official means to get in touch with you.
UF graduate students who wish to attend and earn credit toward their UF degree at an institution of higher learning elsewhere in the United States must fill out a Traveling Scholar Form and get it approved before doing so.
Residency and International Center information.