Fisher Current Students
Fisher Current Students is designed to provide currently enrolled FSOA students with policies, procedures, and events unique to the School. It provides basic information needed to develop a plan of study, but is not designed to replace academic advising. Students seeking admission requirements for our degree programs should visit each program section of the website.
Monday, August 19: Module 1 graduate classes (including Tax and Audit) begin
Monday, August 19, by 11:59pm: Fall Regular Registration Ends ($100 late fee after 11:59pm deadline)
Monday-Wednesday, August 19-21: Graduate Module 1 drop/add (drop a graduate Module 1 class or change sections)
Tuesday, August 20: Semester-long classes begin
Tuesday-Friday, August 20-23, and Monday, August 26: Fall Drop/Add (at or after assigned start time) for semester-long classes, ends 11:59pm of last day
Tuesday-Friday, August 20-23, and Monday, August 26: Late Registration, ends 11:59pm of last day
Wednesday, August 21, 11:00am-2:00pm: KPMG looks forward to seeing you on campus! Stop by and find your fit with KPMG in the Gleim Atrium. They’ll have healthy snacks, fun giveaways, and information about their numerous career and leadership opportunities available for accounting students. If you haven’t already, please create or update your profile in their KPMG campus data base. Once in their system, you will be the first to know about on campus events and career opportunities. See you soon!
Thursday, August 22, 11:00am-6:00pm: Come Say “Hey” to CLA! Come to the Gleim Atrium and learn more about all of the services that CLA has to offer, in addition to all of the exciting opportunities they have for internships and full time employment. There will be pizza, CLA information and swag, and dedicated team members to meet and greet. CLA has over 100 offices and 6,000 professionals spread across the country. CLA exists to create opportunities for their clients, their people, and their communities and look forward to exploring opportunities they can create with you. CLA’s own Lori Sims, National Chief Tax Officer and Gator Grad, will be giving a presentation for Dr. Boyles’ Speaker Series.
Due to the heavy volume of traffic during the first week of the semester, we will not be responding to student emails or telephone inquiries during that time. Walk-in advising will be available in 210 Gerson Hall for current UF students needing assistance relating to the Fall 2019 semester. Please see below for walk-in advising times:
Monday, August 19 – Friday, August 23, 8:30am-4:00pm: Module 1 drop/add ends on Wednesday, but walk-in advising for Fall questions will still be available through Friday.
Monday, August 19 – Monday, August 26 (excluding weekend), 8:30am-4:00pm
Currently-enrolled students at the University of Florida who are interning in the Washington, DC metropolitan area for the Fall 2019 semester and are registered to receive internship credit are invited to apply for the DC Gator Club Internship Scholarship. Scholarship applications will be reviewed by the D.C. Gator Club Scholarship Committee and one recipient will be selected for the $1,500 scholarship. After submitting your application, email your unofficial transcript. Application Deadline is September 3, 2019. Please direct all questions regarding this application process via email. The application can be found here at UF Student Application.