Resources

Building Operations

Buildings at the Warrington College of Business will only be accessible to a limited number of faculty, staff and graduate students at a time. This is to follow CDC guidelines and to provide a safer environment for our Business Gator community. However, we will continue to monitor the situation throughout the semester. We will be evaluating what is possible, with the safety of our faculty, staff and students being the top priority.

Hough Hall: In compliance with CDC and UF Health guidelines, Hough Hall will be running at reduced capacity for on-campus learning and research to PhD, DBA and MBA students. These students will be allowed in Hough Hall via keycard swipe access.

Heavener Hall: In compliance with CDC and UF Health guidelines, Heavener Hall will be running at reduced capacity for on-campus learning and will only be accessible to faculty and staff.

Gerson Hall: In compliance with CDC and UF Health guidelines, Gerson Hall will be running at reduced capacity for on-campus learning and will only be accessible to faculty and staff.

Stuzin Hall: In compliance with CDC and UF Health guidelines, Stuzin Hall will be running at reduced capacity for on-campus learning and will only be accessible to faculty and staff.

Bryan Hall: In compliance with CDC and UF Health guidelines, Bryan Hall will be running at reduced capacity for on-campus learning and will only be accessible to faculty and staff.

Business Career Services

Learn more about how students will interact with our Business Career Services office this fall.

Events

Even though campus meetings will be limited during the fall semester, Warrington is prepared to expand student experience efforts. Students will still be able to meet virtually with advisors, career coaches and student organizations. We’ll have more information at a later date about other increased effort to enrich the student experience through leadership development and career readiness.

All International programs activities will transition to operate remotely. Advising and planning for potential 2021 study abroad activity will begin in the summer 2020. Additional programming activities have been planned to replace the likely loss or heavy reduction of fall 2020 study abroad activity.

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