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For detailed information about UF students, faculty and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19, visit our Cases page.

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April 15: 四虎影在线在永久观看UF Transportation and Parking Services will provide students, faculty, and staff parking decal refunds for the month of April 2020.

April 6: The Graduate School and several colleges will implement policy to provide an S/U (satisfactory/unsatisfactory)grading option to eligible, letter-graded graduate courses, as determined by your college and department, for Spring 2020.

April 6:四虎影在线在永久观看 UF will continue online delivery of coursework during the Summer B term, as has been announced for the Summer A and Summer C terms.

April 6: The Summer B term is being shifted to start one week later than had been previously announced in the academic calendar. Summer B Classes will begin on July 6 instead of on June 29. This shift will also affect some Summer C dates.

March 27: In response to the continuously changing circumstances involving the spread of COVID-19, the University of Florida is pausing faculty and staff hiring, including OPS jobs, effective immediately and until further notice, with a few exceptions.

March 27:四虎影在线在永久观看 The University of Florida and its Dining service provider Aramark plan to offer students partial refunds for those who left campus early this semester due to COVID-19.

March 25: All UF classes will remain online for the rest of the Spring semester. S/U grading and drop policies for Spring 2020 can be found at  

March 24: UF is open, but on-campus work is limited to essential services.

March 19: Spring commencement has been rescheduled for the weekend of July 31-August 2 for students graduating with master’s or bachelor’s degrees. Graduating doctoral students can participate in the August 7 summer doctoral ceremony.

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April 17: ACTING AND DECIDING IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

A Column by UF President Kent Fuchs in The Independent Florida Alligator 四虎影在线在永久观看discussing planning and decision-making for the fall semester

When facing a crisis, I suspect I have the same feelings and reactions as many others. I want to fix the problem and make decisions so I can plan ahead. 

What’s been so difficult about the ongoing pandemic is that its global and local uncertainties have largely prevented me from following my instincts. I’ve had to learn to make decisions that need to be made each day and then to plan for a variety of future scenarios. My inability to know and control the future is frustrating, but I know it must not stop me from acting on what must be done and decided each day.

With only two weeks left in the Spring semester, students and everyone in our university community are eager for information on what’s ahead. We have clarity about much of the Summer, but for the Fall we do not yet know how we will implement teaching, research, clinical and extension activity or even how we will enjoy our Gator football games.

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Advice from Dr. Ron Berry of UF's Student Health Center regarding COVID-19

As Gators, we have a tradition of pulling together and rising to meet major challenges with optimism and determination. I encourage all of us to look out for each other as we take care of ourselves. I am confident that our university community will meet this challenge.

四虎影在线在永久观看— UF President Kent Fuchs