There are numerous resources available to University of Florida students.

Local Resources

ALACHUA COUNTY LIBRARY

Alachua County Library

401 East University Avenue (main library)
Phone: 352-334-3900

ALACHUA CRISIS CENTER

Alachua Crisis Center

Phone: 352-264-6785

ALACHUA SCHOOL BOARD

Alachua School Board

620 East University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601
Phone: 352-955-7300

DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES

Department of Motor Vehicles

Phone: 850-617-2000

GAINESVILLE REGIONAL AIRPORT

Gainesville Regional Airport

Phone: 352-373-0249

GAINESVILLE REGIONAL UTILITIES

Gainesville Regional Utilities

To used for gas services in select apartments in Corry or Diamond
Phone: 352-334-3434

REGIONAL TRANSIT SYSTEM

Regional Transit System

Gainesville Bus System
Phone: 352-334-2600

VOTER REGISTRATION

Voter Registration

Phone: 352-374-5252

UF HEALTH

UF Health

1600 Southwest Archer Rd
Phone: 352-265-0111

Campus Resources

CAREER RESOURCE CENTER

Career Resource Center

The Center serves as the bridge from the educational experience to the work world for students

COUNSELING AND WELLNESS CENTER

Counseling and Wellness Center

The primary provider of counseling, mental health, and psychiatric services for students.

DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER

Disability Resource Center

A resource for students with physical, learning, sensory or psychological disabilities;

GATOR CAREER CLOSET

Gator Career Closet

The Center serves as the bridge from the educational experience to the work world for students

PANTRY

Hitchcock’s Field and Fork Pantry

The primary provider of counseling, mental health, and psychiatric services for students.

HOUSING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Housing Management System

View your contract, submit your Housing Application, and more. https://hms.housing.ufl.edu/

INTERNATIONAL CENTER

International Center

The HUB
Phone: 352-392-5323

J. WAYNE REITZ UNION

J. Wayne Reitz Union

The primary provider of counseling, mental health, and psychiatric services for students.

POLICE DEPARTMENT

Police Department

Building 51, Museum Road
Phone: 352-392-1111
Email: updinfo@admin.ufl.edu

RECREATIONAL SPORTS

Recreational Sports

The Center serves as the bridge from the educational experience to the work world for students

Service Requests

Service Requests

Request help with pest control, building services (cleaning or maintenance.
iservicedesk.housing.ufl.edu

STUDENT HEALTH CARE CENTER

Student Health Care Center

Infirmary Building
280 Fletcher Drive
Phone: (352) 392-1161

STUDENT LEGAL SERVICES

Student Legal Services

The Center serves as the bridge from the educational experience to the work world for students

STUDENT NIGHTTIME AUXILIARY PATROL

Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol

The primary provider of counseling, mental health, and psychiatric services for students.

TECH SUPPORT

Internet/Tech Support

Phone: 352-392-3261

TRANSPORTATION & PARKING SERVICES

Transportation & Parking Services

254 Gale Lemerand Drive
Gainesville, FL 32611
Phone: 352-392-7275

UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS

University Athletics

The Center serves as the bridge from the educational experience to the work world for students

 

Public Schools & School Zones

Public schools open to all children and are supported by property tax assessments. Textbooks, some supplies, and bus transportation is provided. School uniforms may need to be purchased.

After-School Programs are available at most elementary schools to provide supervised child care until the end of the work day for parents.

Magnet programs are available at some middle and high schools with curricula that require an application for admission

Charter Schools are organized around a specific theme, such as fine arts.

See below for the schools assigned to your village. We strongly advise to call the School Board of Alachua County ( 352-955-7300) to confirm the school area assignment.

To enroll your child in school, call the school for which your village is zoned and be sure to ask:

• When should I go to school to enroll my child?

• What immunizations are needed for admission into school?

• Is a medical examination required?

• What documents or records should I bring to the school to enroll my child?

• Should I bring my child with me?

At the time of your enrollment appointment at the school, ask about:

• Books and the costs of books and other supplies (if any).

• Bus transportation.

• Starting and ending time each day.

• School health insurance.

• Lunches: Can my child buy lunch at school or bring a lunch from home?

• Is my child eligible for a free or reduced-price lunch?

• After-school care (if needed).