Welcome to the University of Florida’s website celebrating the fact that we are back together on campus and providing the information you need to have a successful and productive semester. We will update this site regularly and hope you bookmark it.
As Gators, we are characterized by our resilience and determination to press forward in the face of challenges. We hope you will join us as we care for one another, practice healthy behaviors, and embrace the spirit of learning and discovery that makes UF a leading public university in the country.
Let’s continue to do great things!
As we prepare to welcome students for the Fall semester, we recognize the uncertainty people feel about being back on campus and in the classroom. We are closely monitoring the virus as we make decisions about university operations. As always, we will communicate these decisions with you. Click here to read more >>>
To address some of our community's most pressing questions related to COVID-19, UF Health has developed a variety of video resources. Please check this section regularly for updates.
UF HEALTH SHANDS CHIEF EPIDEMIOLOGIST SAYS VACCINES ESSENTIAL TO TAMP DOWN COVID-19 DELTA VARIANT
Nicole M. Iovine, M.D., Ph.D., chief epidemiology officer for the University of Florida Health Shands hospital system, discusses key points about the coronavirus so people can better understand what they’re seeing in the news or on the internet.
YANA BANKS, MD, SHARES WHY SHE GOT THE COVID-19 VACCINE
Dr. Yana Banks, a pediatrician, got the COVID-19 vaccine to reunite with her 92-year-old mother-in-law. Getting the vaccine meant getting to hug her family and protect her patients.
ASHLEY GOMEZ, RN, CARDIAC ICU/IMC
Hear why Ashley Gomez, RN, Cardiac ICU/IMC, got the COVID-19 vaccine.
As Gators, we have a tradition of pulling together and rising to meet major challenges with optimism and determination. I encourage all of us to look out for each other as we take care of ourselves. I am confident that our university community will meet this challenge.
— UF President Kent Fuchs