What you need to know
COVID-19 Student-Focused Updates
If you are experiencing symptoms Do Not come to class.
Medical Student Mistreatment Policy
The University of Florida College of Medicine is committed to treating all members of the college community fairly with regard to both personal and professional concerns.
Safety Resources at Your Fingertips with New UF GATORSAFE Mobile App Smartphone users who download the free GATORSAFE safety app can now report tips to the UF Police Department, make emergency calls and perform other functions that improve their personal safety and security.
The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) is a free, nightly, campus safety and transportation service for students sponsored by UF Student Government, Student Traffic Court and UF Transportation and Parking Services.
uSafeUS® is a free, confidential app that helps protect yourself and your community, both on and off-campus.
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Student Articles from Dr. Gator
Celebrating success in medical education
From students who excel to dedicated clinical and classroom teachers, medical education is top of mind at UF
Participants can ‘get their hands dirty’ and code with new AI course
The course will be available to College of Medicine affiliates this spring
Match Day 2023: A day to remember
Fourth-year UF medical students learn residency matches during March 17 ceremony
Two UF medical students nominated for AAMC leadership conference
Alyssa Nielsen and Emily Beydler recognized for their commitment to patients and peers