Find the right summer camp or spring-break activity for your school-aged children. From UF camps to Gainesville-area athletic, academic, fine arts camps and more, we invite you to explore our Summer Camps Directory that lists camps throughout the Alachua County area. A handful of camps scheduled around spring break are also listed.
The symposium will be held at UF on March 7, showcasing research excellence that unites researchers, faculty and students from across the two campuses.
USA Today recently ranked Gainesville as the best city to move to in Florida due to its low unemployment rate, great schools and low crime.
Faculty and staff interested in learning more about foster care are invited to a virtual information session on Feb. 27 at 7 p.m.
Get a head start with your summer plans — join us this Wednesday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Reitz Union tabling area, outside the north entrance to the first floor, to meet representatives from area youth summer camps and to learn about UF’s year-round GatorPerks program.
No registration is required. You can plan ahead by viewing the floor layout and visiting our website for the full list of participating camps and businesses.
Tax season is here — now is a great time to do a financial check-up to ensure you are taking advantage of the tax-deferring opportunities available to you.
A recording of our Handling Workplace Conflict webinar, along with additional resources, is now available.
Join GatorCare’s three-week Savvy Cart Wellness Challenge to discover a healthier version of yourself through personalized meal plans, budgeting tips and more
The University of Florida ranks second on a list of U.S. colleges and universities that produced the largest number of 2023–2024 Fulbright U.S. Scholars.
UF Distinguished Professor Christine Schmidt, Ph.D., was recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering, or NAE.
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