As UF Health vows to follow federal regulatory approval, COVID-19 booster shots might soon be mass distributed.
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As thousands of students are back on campus for the Fall semester, UF has expanded wastewater testing to identify more COVID-19 cases and locate more areas that may have a higher risk of outbreaks.
With campus tours at reduced capacity and new student Preview, which helps students transition to UF with tours and advising, held online, UF class of 2025 students are worried about how well they can get to know their new college.
Nothing lasts forever, including UF email accounts and student discounts.
TikTok star and “America’s mom” Tabitha Brown will speak virtually at a free event for UF students March 24.
The School of Forest Resources and Conservation changed its name to the School of Forest, Fisheries, and Geomatics Sciences to better represent the school’s programs and work, Terrell “Red” Baker, the school’s director, said.
Nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic spread to UF and caused a campus shutdown, students are still grappling with the challenges of the last year and ongoing restrictions.
UF’s Spring 2021 graduation ceremony will be held in person at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center with 20% capacity, social distancing and mandatory masking.
A group of UF researchers have called upon the National Institutes of Health and other funding agencies to address racial disparities in providing support to Black researchers.
Between the racial reckoning of summer 2020 and COVID-19 compounding racial health disparities, a UF professor’s new class on whiteness aims to foster discussion on racial issues.
A recent study revealed another possible risk factor for COVID-19: vitamin D deficiency.
To adapt to a busier campus this Spring while keeping students safe, UF’s gyms increased capacity, required students to be cleared for campus and closed certain spaces.
Long lines and limited counselors are why students like Cassidy Roberts turned to the UF Counseling and Wellness Center’s new online program, SilverCloud.
Traducido por Melissa Hernandez de la Cruz
Gainesville Regional Transit System is preparing for a surge in bus services as more UF students return to campus for in-person classes this Spring.
After closing in Spring 2020, UF's gyms are open once again, but students looking to lift are in for a different experience.