and Student Support
Academic Honesty | Student Conduct Code | Student Affairs | Dean of Students Office | Gatorlink | Gator 1 Card |
UFID Number | Office of Academic Technology | Transportation/Parking Regulations | Dept. of Housing & Residence Education|
Gator Dining Services | Student Financial Affairs | UF International Center | Career Resource Center | UF Bookstores |
J. Wayne Reitz Union | Special Support Services | Student Health Care Center | Dental Care | Speech & Hearing Clinic | Student legal Services |
Reading & Writing Center | Teaching Center | Cycles of Success League for Scholars |
Minority Mentor Program | Office of Graduate Minority Programs | Activities & Organizations |
Intercollegiate Athletics | Recreation / Fitness Centers
GatorLink is a student's computer identity at the University of Florida. A
GatorLink account provides a short email@example.com e-mail address. Official
university communications are sent to this email address. GatorLink also offers
access to a variety of campus computing services at no cost, in addition to
fee-based services. Free GatorLink services include e-mail, a monthly dialup
quota and Web space. Many campus services require a GatorLink signon, including
computer lab and network connections, print services, online training and the
download of university-licensed software. No-cost GatorLink services are supported
by the university's central administration.
A student can create and manage a GatorLink account on the Web site at www.gatorlink.ufl.edu.
The Office of Academic Technology's UF Computing Help Desk is ready to help
students create and use GatorLink services, as well as computer connections,
computer use or problems. Call 392-HELP (4357), stop by CSE E214 or CSE E520,
or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to speak
to a consultant. The Help Desk's Web site, helpdesk.ufl.edu,
provides service hours and self-help information.
Undergraduate students receive weekly e-mail from the University of Florida
called the University of Florida Wednesday Update. These e-mails are being
sent to all the GatorLink e-mail addresses of registered undergraduate students.
The content of the e-mails includes administrative information, such as deadlines
and requirements, and educational enhancement opportunities for undergraduates.
The University of Florida Wednesday Update is a service of the Office of the
Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, designed to enhance the undergraduate
experience. Archives of these e-mails can be found at http//lists.ufl.edu/archives/wednesday-update.html.