Welcome to UF Connect
UF Connect is a collaboration service for the University of Florida. UF Connect provides a platform for wide variety of services and units, central and local, for managing documents, projects, and processes. UF Connect has been designed to provide a comprehensive, secure, scalable system for the entire university community. UF Connect uses the same GatorLink login you use now.
Units can use UF Connect and avoid the expense and complexity of maintaining independent web infrastructures.
Units interested in joining UF Connect can submit a Site Collection request via CNS's Remedy ticketing system
. Please provide the following information in your request:
Administrative contact (name, email, phone)
Technical Contact (name, email, phone)
Once you've submitted this request you'll be contacted to setup an introductory meeting with the UF Connect Business Liaison team and get you Connecting.
|Academic Affairs / Provost|
The Office of Provost and Academic Affairs supervises allocation of resources in academic areas, improvement of instruction, coordination of instructional activities, development and improvement of research activities, evaluation of university academic activity, establishment of policy with respect to employment, promotion and tenure of academic faculty and implementation of the university's Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Program.
The Office of Academic Technology (AT) provides resources, technical assistance, and equipment to assist the University of Florida faculty, staff and students.
The Business Services Division is dedicated to providing essential services and goods to support the University in its academic mission.
|Center for Latin American Studies|
The Center's mission is to advance knowledge about Latin America and the Caribbean and its peoples throughout the Hemisphere, and to enhance the scope and quality of research, teaching, and outreach in Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies at the University of Florida.
|Chief Financial Officer|
The mission of the Office of the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer is to provide financial and analytical support for the multifaceted missions of UF and the State of Florida.
|College of Education|
The University of Florida College of Education, founded in 1906, consistently ranks among the top 25 among public education schools in the elite Association of American Universities.
|College of Engineering|
The College of Engineering fosters and provides world-class programs in engineering education, research and service to enhance the economic and social well-being of the citizens of Florida, the nation and the world.
|College of Law, Fredric G. Levin|
The Fredric G. Levin College of Law is one of the nation’s largest law schools, with 1,200 students, approximately 60 tenure/tenure-track faculty and 40-plus other full-time faculty who support the college through clinical, research, skills training and administrative programs.
|College of Liberal Arts and Sciences|
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Florida is the largest college on campus, with more than 700 faculty members responsible for teaching the majority of the university's core curriculum to at least 35,000 students each year.
|College of Medicine, Financial Services Division|
The College of Medicine strives to improve health care in Florida, our nation, and the world through excellence and consistently superior leadership in education, clinical care, discovery, and service.
|College of Veterinary Medicine|
The UF College of Veterinary Medicine is the state's only veterinary college. They offer comprehensive services to the public through teaching, research, extension and state-of-the-art patient care.
|Computing and Network Services|
The mission of Computing and Networking Services is to help people use Information Technology to do their work (better).
|Counseling and Wellness Center|
The staff of the CWC includes licensed psychologists, licensed mental health counselors, clinical social workers, psychiatrists, psychiatric fellows, postdoctoral associates, psychology interns, counselor education interns, and practicum counselors. All of our staff are generalists and see students presenting with a variety of issues.
|Design, Construction, and Planning|
DCP is the academic home to five independent professional disciplines: architecture, building construction, interior design, landscape architecture and urban and regional planning.
|Emerging Pathogens Institute|
The Emerging Pathogens Institute fuses key disciplines to develop outreach, education, and research capabilities designed to preserve Florida's health and economy, and to prevent or contain new and re-emerging diseases.
The Division of Enrollment Management provides resources to assist students in achieving a successful college experience. Our goal is to recruit, enroll and retain a community of leaders, learners and thinkers who will contribute to the state of Florida and the nation. We are committed to connecting tomorrow's leaders with today's opportunities.
UF ES is a division of the University of Florida developed to provide a platform for the university's enterprise business operations. ES supports a wide-range of UF financial business activity.
|Environmental Health and Safety|
The mission of the EH&S division is to minimize injury and illness to faculty, staff, students and visitors and to minimize damage to University property. Inherent in this mission is the charge to provide a safe and healthy environment in which the University’s activities can be pursued.
|Bielby, Michael E|
|Facilities, Planning, Construction|
The Facilities Planning and Construction Division is responsible to the Vice President of Business Affairs for the planning and construction of all physical facilities of the University of Florida and the management of its space and physical resources.
|Finance and Accounting|
The primary purpose of the Division of Finance and Accounting is to maintain public trust and confidence in the University of Florida by safeguarding institutional resources and providing quality financial, accounting, and operational support to vested stakeholders and to consistently advance the vision and core missions of the University.
|Florida Center for Library Automation|
The Florida Center for Library Automation (FCLA) provides state-of-the-art, cost-effective information technology to assist the libraries of the public universities of Florida in their support of teaching, learning, research and public service.
|Florida Museum of Natural History|
The Florida Legislature established the Florida Museum of Natural History as the state's official natural history museum in 1917. With more than 25 million specimens and artifacts, it is the largest collections-based natural history museum in the southeast, and nationally ranks as one of the top five university-based natural history museums.
|George A. Smathers Libraries|
The Libraries of the University of Florida form the largest information resource system in the state of Florida.
|Harn Museum of Art|
The Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art promotes the power of the arts to inspire and educate people and enrich their lives. To this purpose the museum builds and maintains exemplary art collections and produces a wide variety of challenging, innovative exhibitions and stimulating educational programs. As an integral part of the University of Florida, the museum advances teaching and research and serves as a catalyst for creative engagement between the university and diverse local, state, national and international audiences.
|Human Resource Services|
Human Resource Services provides leadership and expertise to attract, develop, and retain world-class faculty and staff through the design, delivery, and evaluation of personnel services.
|Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research|
ICBR's mission is to serve as a world-class research support center that provides scientifically knowledgeable, technically superb scientific services to University of Florida faculty, staff, graduate students, and other research partners throughout the state and nation.
|Physical Plant Division|
Our mission is to anticipate and provide the physical environment that enables the University of Florida to achieve its objectives in instruction, research and public service.
|Police Department, UF|
The UFPD is a State and Nationally Accredited law enforcement agency established to provide the highest degree of safety and security possible for the University of Florida community. We currently employ 90 certified law enforcement officers that provide twenty-four hour per day patrol and protection of campus and local assets, enforcing all laws and ordinances. We are committed to the prevention of crime and the protection of life and property.
The University of Florida Academic Health Center, UF&Shands, comprised of UF Health Science Center and Shands Teaching Hospital and Clinics, Inc. represent a nationally unique collaboration between a health system, 6 colleges, and 6 research institutes encompassing major health professions on multiple campuses.
|UF Information Technology|
UF Information Technology provides direction and strategic planning for the University of Florida in information delivery and computing standards, resources and management.
|UF International Center|
The International Center motivates and mobilizes the UF community to integrate and sustain high-impact global dimensions in learning, discovery, and engagement, and provides administrative support to assure leadership for this vision.
The collaborative resource for information regarding UF Information Technology’s (UFIT) systems and services.
|Warrington College of Business Administration|
Warrington is one of the country's top rated - and the Southeast's largest - public business programs. And, as a part of a Research 1 institution, we are dedicated to a substantial research agenda, in addition to our teaching mission.
|Windows Infrastructure Group|
This is the home of the Windows Infrastructure Team. They are responsible for campus core services such as Active Directory, Exchange, Lync, and SharePoint.