New Student Resources

Students, faculty, and staff have access to a wealth of resources on campus, some of which are listed below. You can access additional resources at the main UF web page

Resources for Online Students

In order to facilitate student support, we have developed a site of helpful resources for online students housed at Online Student Resources.

Resource Links

Student Services

Dean of Students Office

Peabody Hall (392-1261)

Career Resource Center (CRC)

Gator Textbooks

3501 S. W. 2nd Avenue (inside the Creekside Mall)

Counseling Center

301 Peabody Hall
(352) 392-1575

Student Self Service:

One UF

Student Health Care
1 Fletcher Drive or Satellite Clinic in the Health Science Center
Student Health Care Center (SHCC) (392-1161)
Student Health Center at Shands Hospital (392-0627)
Student Mental Health Services (SMHS) (392-1171)

Faculty Evaluations

GATOR 1 Card (Required student ID card)

Financial Aid

UF Course Schedules

UF Calendar of Events

UF Student Guide

Graduate Student Information

Graduate School

Graduate Catalog

Graduate Student Orientation:

Graduate Student Council

Other Resources

Graduate Family Housing

Map of Campus

Parking Permits

Traffic & Parking Building
The corner of Gale Lemerand Dr. and Mowry Rd.

Gator Sports Tickets

Health Science Center Bookstore

Florida Book Store II

2020 S. W. 34th Street

Florida Book Store

1614 W. University Avenue (across from Smathers Library)

RTS Bus Schedules

First floor of Reitz Union

Florida Addiction Treatment Programs

Health Science Center Library

UF Libraries

Minority Programs

Reitz Union


Teaching Center (includes resources for teaching assistants)

S. W. Broward Hall
(352) 392-2010

Public Health Information

Association of Schools and Programs in Public Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Organized around the required core curriculum in public health training, this gateway,, provides direct links to websites at the CDC that provide a quick and up-to-date resource for the latest science-based recommendations, references, publications, and guidance from CDC’s leaders in the field of public health. In addition, the website also provides information on fellowship and training opportunities which might assist you with your personal public health career program.

Main CDC webpage: