Encourage your state legislators to bond CITF so renovations to the Reitz Union and Newell Hall study center can proceed on time.
The University of Florida’s Student Government Honor Court staff positions and directorships, under director Shian Knuth, have been chosen for the 2012-2013 school year. The Honor Court was established as part of SG in order to promote fairness and honesty among the student body. The organization is tasked with hearing cases of academic dishonesty and maintaining high integrity and honesty.
The Florida-Georgia Game is only days away, and a rivalry as strong as the Florida – Georgia game can only be seen to be believed. Since 2009, the winner of this legendary game not only received bragging rights but a one of a kind trophy crafted from a 1,000 year old Cyprus tree known as the Okefenokee Oar.
Thirteen students were chosen to be part of the Nightlife Navigators staff for the 2012 fall term
Gators Going Green, the University of Florida’s student government representatives for sustainability and environmental issues around campus, has announced the students who have been selected for positions.
Fifty-eight talented, well-rounded freshmen have been chosen to serve on the Freshman Leadership Council. This is a Student Government agency comprised of freshmen who are interested in expanding their involvement and leadership at the University of Florida. The council will present these individuals with leadership skills, the opportunity to meet influential student leaders, and to have a voice in events of the student body.
A UF company, based in the Innovation hub, called Feathr is looking to raise funds and develop their start –up company. Feathr is a free mobile application used to bring personal and professional networking to its users.
While college students are notorious for always looking for extra cash it seems fit that the app The Daily Hundred would become popular because it allows students to win money just by taking a simple picture.
Fall 2012 elections will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on October 2 and 3. Candidates and polling locations can be found here.
On Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. the Florida Law Review is hosting a panel of former Florida governors including Reubin Askew, Charlie Crist, Bob Graham, Buddy Mackay and Bob Martinez.
On Sept. 27 at 6 p.m. immigration advocate Cheryl Little will speak on immigrant rights and issues facing the United States today.
On Sept. 19, Coursera, an online course website, signed an agreement with the University of Florida to bring free courses to the student body with help from student government.
Tutor Matching Service, one of Student Government’s partners, launched an app for the iPad last month that allows for face-to-face contact for tutoring or just studying with a friend.
Graduate, Professional and Family Affairs is currently accepting applications for undersecretaries up until Sept. 14. The application can be found by visiting http://sg.ufl.edu/apply and clicking "Staff."
UF Student Government and the University of Florida Bookstores once again brought UF students “discount day.” This year, students saved close to $30,000 in total due to the discounts.
The library 24/5 event last Wednesday was deemed a success as library staff and student government provided Dance Dance Revolution, board games, pastries and coffee.
A myriad of applications are out for open positions within UF Student Government this Fall, so read on to find a centralized location for what applications are available and when they are due.
Action SG, an agency of student government, has released applications for directors that will serve under the vice chairs of the agency. Applications are due Sept. 12.
Applications for STAAR are being accepted until 5 p.m. on Sept. 7.
Applications are due by Sept. 12 for positions in the External Affairs area of Student Government.
Applications for YLC director positions are now available in the SG office and online and are due no later than 5pm on September 12, 2012.
Student Government Cabinet is looking for Assistant Directors to serve with this year's Cabinet Directors.
Chomp the Vote has released Fall 2012 applications for staff to help register members of the Gator Nation to vote in the upcoming November election. Applications are due September 2 at 2 p.m.
Applications for ACCENT Speakers Bureau have been released, and are due Friday September 7 by 5 p.m.
UF’s Nightlife Navigators now have applications open for the fall 2012 semester. The applications are due Sept. 14 by 2 p.m. to the Student Government office in the Reitz Union.
Are you a motivated, dedicated freshman ready to make an impact on the University of Florida?
Internal Communications is now a part of the redefined division, the Leadership Division, and is looking for assistant directors.
Since 1969, Student Government Productions has been providing UF students with the music they want to hear. SGP produces shows with a wide variety of headlining artists to appeal to our diverse student body.
The University of Florida Student Government and the George A. Smathers Libraries have renewed their 24-hour, 5-day-a-week partnership for the fall and spring semesters of the 2012-13 school year and for school years into the future.
The University of Florida Student Government, along with the University of Florida Bookstores, will once again be bringing students "Discount Day" this year.
Honor Code Administration applications have been released and are available. Applications can be found at Get Involved > Join Student Government > Staff. Applications are due Wednesday, August 29 by 3 p.m. You must sign up for an interview time in the SG office.
Student Government has worked tirelessly to bring unified Wi-Fi to UF, and University of Florida Information Technology has recently announced that all wireless systems are to be upgraded this summer.
A volunteer from UF’s chapter of Children Beyond Our Borders was recently featured in the United States White House blog.
The Graduate Student Council at the University of Florida, in collaboration with UF Student Government, have recently increased RTS bus routes with the goal of helping out international students with their travel to and from the UF campus.
The University of Florida Student Government travelled to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., during the summer semester break week, to lobby for legislation that would benefit students.
The University of Florida’s student government and Regional Transport System (RTS), revealed their newest project, two hybrid buses, on Wednesday July 18 at 10 a.m. in the Plaza of the Americas.
The External Affairs agency hosted their summer retreat on Tuesday, July 24 in the Reitz Union. Director of the agency, Billy Vranish, appointed 13 well-qualified individuals to the staff for the summer session.
The SG Open House will take place on July 12 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the third floor of the Reitz Union. Students will be able to talk to student government officials and learn more about getting involved in Student Government!
Applications are available at http://sg.ufl.edu for External Affairs. Applications are due Friday, July 13th at 2:00 PM.
Nothing beats a day of outdoor fun, burgers and getting to know your classmates and student government.
Had a bike accident lately? Good news for you. The University of Florida’s Student Government’s bike repair service has moved to the ground floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
YLC, ACTION SG, FLC, SGP and ACCENT announce directors for summer + 2012-13 school year.
Supervisor of Elections applications have been released and are available on the Join Student Government > Executive Tab under Agency Heads. Applications are due Friday, June 15 by 4 p.m.
Join FLC, Action SG, ACCENT Speakers Bureau or Nightlife Navigators!
SG would like to congratulate the following students on their 2012-13 Executive Appointments.
Congratulations to the following Summer Replacement Senators who were approved Tuesday, May 15.
Don’t miss out on this wonderful university tradition!
This past Friday Gator Nights celebrated its 10th Anniversary of providing fun free entertainment to UF students
Gainesville City Elections for 2011 are going on Tuesday from 7:00am to 7:00pm
Students looking to avoid leaving their car in airport extended term parking during breaks and vacations now have a suitable alternative thanks to the Regional Transit System and UF Student Government.
Get the latest news and updates for the month of October in the newsletter.
This Thursday, September 30th from 10 a.m. until 2p.m. on the Reitz Union Colonnade, Gators Going Green wants to help you learn about sustainability on campus!
Redbox Movie Rentals are now available at the University of Florida’s J. Wayne Reitz Union
The SG Executive Committee advocates on the State and Federal Levels
Check out the first installment of the new Student Government Newsletter!
Starting Fall 2010, the University of Florida Bookstore will begin implementing a new textbook rental service by the name of Rent-A-Text.