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 advisor, and use the free resources listed below.
- Contact Your Advisor
- GPA Calculator
- Free Tutoring
- Test Reviews
- Study Groups
- Reading and Writing Center
- Speaking in Public Anxiety Program
- Math Confidence Group
- Disability Resources
- GRE Preparation
- SAT II Placement Testing
UF's Career Resource Center (CRC) offers career workshops, career counseling, on-campus interviewing, internship programs, and job search assistance. The College can also provide you with professional development opportunities.
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 OIT is the primary resource for your computing needs, including information on UF computer requirements and policies, computer labs, GatorLink and Grove accounts, software licensing, and computer training. The UF Computing Help Desk can answer your computer-related questions, provide you with technical support, and help you with account-related services.
The DMBTC Student Support website provides access to college computer requirements, anti-virus information, and links to other computing resources.
Everyone experiences personal difficulties at some time or another. If you find yourself in a tough spot, be sure to seek help. Contact the UF Counseling and Wellness Center.
Student Financial Affairs primary role is to provide resources to students who would be unable to receive a post-secondary education without some form of financial assistance. SFA offers eligible students "financial aid packages" consisting of scholarships, grants, loans, and/or part-time employment.
Legal Resources & Conflict Resolution
Student Legal Services provides students a full range of typical legal services, including advice and consultation, drafting of letters and legal documents, conferences and settlement negotiations with adverse parties, legal research, review and interpretation of legal documents, drafting and filing of legal documents, and some representation in court. Notary services are also available. The UF Ombudsman assists students in solving problems and conflicts.