The University of Florida Student Government was created by students to act as a direct liaison between the university and its students. With this comes a great responsibility to lead with the best interests of every Gator at heart and inform every one about the progress of this organization.
This student led initiative intends to promote community action, healthy dialogue, and education amongst the UF community.
Click here for more information about how to get involved in UF Student Government, access the current applications for open positions, and information about upcoming involvement opportunities.
Student Government is constantly putting on events, advocating for student issues and working with University administration to make UF a better place for all students. Click here to learn about the current events and presentations today.
Check out the full SG Elections results at www.sg.ufl.edu/elections/results!
Student Government now provides free green testing books for students. You can pick up two books with your Gator 1 ID from the Reitz Union Bookstore, Newell Hall, Library West, and Marston Science Library!
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Thanks to SG, students can now visit Southwest Recreation Center or Student Recreation Center and rent an eno. Students just need to present their UF ID to the information desk and may hold them for 24 hours.
Students may now drink Gatorade inside our on-campus gyms through new vending options! Enjoy an ice cold Gatorade while working on your gains in our campus recreational facilities.
During decal hours of 8:00AM to 3:30PM, students without a decal may now park in the Bledsoe Lot to go to Southwest Rec as long as they register their vehicles through the Passport Parking Mobile Pay app or through http://www.ppprk.com/park. This is imperative to avoid a ticket.
The Bledsoe Lot is located to the side of Southwest Rec, across from the Center for Outdoor Recreation and Education and behind the soccer fields.
Ever been stuck inside a building on campus because of the rain? Ever risked it all to scramble to the bus stop in the pouring rain? It is a common student issue and your Student Government has worked with U Matter, We Care at the University of Florida to make it an issue of the past by providing free ponchos to all students across campus.
Keep a look out for ponchos at the following locations:
UF has a new partnership with Tutor Matching Service by which UF students are able to sign up to become a tutor. You can elect to tutor online or in person and even set your availability and rate (average is $15/hour). You don't have to be a professional tutor to sign up - just feel comfortable teaching math, science, or whatever subject you choose.
When you sign up, a background check as well as a UF conduct check will be performed (at no cost to you). You'll also be required to complete an online tutor training class (also no cost).
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The Activity and Service Fee Budget for this year is nearly $19 million. Where does it come from? How is student government using it to enhance your student experience? All the answers are just click away!
Are you a new student organization? Do you have a project or travel that was not accounted for in your budget? Purchasing equipment? Get funded by Student Government! It's your money!
Interested in what your money funds? Here you can access all of the budgets for this fiscal year including the Big 3, student organizations, and Student Government! Also, here you can access archived financial information.
As a student funded organization, learn how to submit an SAR, submit a TAR, and submit a budget! Also, all budget guidelines are listed here. Help is on the way!
MeetingU is an online platform to reach your Student Body Officials through the Zoom app. This way you can ask questions, voice your concerns, or just get to know your Student Body President, Vice President, and Treasurer even if you cannot make it to their office hours in person.
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Last Updated Tuesday, May 29, 2018