For detailed information about UF students, faculty and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19, visit our Cases page.
- 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.
- 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.
- UF to remain open, but will limit on-campus work to essential services, starting March 24.
- 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 http://undergrad.aa.ufl.edu/for-students/covid-19-and-academic-policies/
- 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.
- All summer A and C classes will be held online.
- Nonessential faculty and staff will work from home if possible.
March 30: UF President Kent Fuchs Update on COVID-19
A video message to the UF community from President Kent Fuchs regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
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For the latest federal updates as well as information about how to prevent COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For the latest Florida-specific information, including a COVID-19 resource toolkit as well as a list of positive cases by county, visit the Florida Department of Health.