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How do you get a Gator 1 card?

Students may apply for their Gator 1 Card in person by bringing a driver’s license or passport to the Gator 1 Card office located in the Welcome Center of the Reitz Union.

How do I get my Gator one card?

Call 392-UFID (8343) for further information. To process a request for a Gator 1 card: Visit the ID Card Services Office located in the Visitor Welcome Center on Museum Road. Present a photo ID (driver’s license, military ID or passport) and provide your UF ID number and a copy of your social security card.

What are flex bucks UF?

Both Flex Bucks and Declining Balance are accounts on your Gator 1 Card that work just like a debit account for food. They are accepted at all food locations on campus. Flex Bucks come with a Meal Plan while Declining Balance is maintained separately.

How does declining balance work at UF?

The Declining Balance Account allows students to deposit funds at any time and for any amount. This account is accepted at all Gator Dining locations. Any unused balance carries forward from semester to semester and from year to year until you graduate or leave school.

How do I check my UF flex balance?

There are two ways you can check your Meal Swipes and Flex Bucks balance: 1. On your student account at www.gator1.ufl.edu. We are open Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

Do I need a Gator 1 card?

Every member of the UF family receives a Gator 1 Card, which is the official identification card of the University of Florida. Whether you are a staff, faculty, retiree, spouse/domestic partner or a vendor, the Gator 1 Card is essential to the UF community.

Are the meal plans at UF worth it?

The meal plan absolutely has its benefits. For many freshmen, living on campus limits the ability to cook. A mini-fridge can only hold so much, and you never want to be that jerk who makes the whole floor smell like fish. Even without the unlimited meal plan, it is still pretty simple to eat all day.

What is a declining balance meal plan?

Declining Balance are the dollars included with a Meal Plan and are used like a debit plan. Grab Starbucks, a meal in The HUB or some quick snacks in any campus market! These dollars go directly onto your FLASHcard and can only be used at on-campus dining retail locations.

Can You Use Flex Bucks at POD market?

You will also receive $450 in Flex Bucks, per semester, to use at our other on campus dining locations including Chick-fil-A, Panda Express, Starbucks, and P.O.D. Markets. The 7 Day Open-Access Meal Plan (fall and spring) offers the most flexible and economical way to eat on campus.

Do freshman have to live on campus at UF?

Are freshmen required to live on campus? While we do recommend that first year students live on campus, it is not a requirement. Learn more about on-campus housing at www.housing.ufl.edu.

How do you see how many flex bucks do I have UF?

There are two ways you can check your Meal Swipes and Flex Bucks balance: 1. On your student account at www.gator1.ufl.edu. We are open Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

How much is the meal plan at UF?

Just released this year, the meal plan for you is the 30 Block + $120 To Home Chef Meal Kits. You get 30 meals per semester and $120 to spend on Home Chef meal kits- which averages out as 12 meals. There is also $180 in Flex Bucks added in the mix. This plan is $525 per semester.

What types of meal plans are offered at UF?

Students living on campus can choose from the Unlimited Orange 450, Unlimited Blue 250, Unlimited 5-Day 375 or the Gator Weekly 10 plans. Two of the unlimited plans allow students to eat at the dining hall as many times as they want throughout the week.

How long is a semester at UF?

15 weeks

UF operates on a semester system. There are two semesters averaging 15 weeks of instruction, plus a week of final examinations and two six-week summer terms. Semesters begin in August, January and May.

How long is summer B at UF?

2021 – 2022 Dates and Deadlines

Summer B Event Dates and Deadlines
Classes Begin June 28
Drop/Add (at or after assigned start time) June 28 – 29 (11:59 pm of last day)
Late Registration June 28 – 29 (11:59 pm of last day)
Non-Degree Registration (at or after assigned start time) June 28 – 29 (11:59 pm of last day)

How many credits do you need to graduate college in Florida?

Students must satisfactorily complete 120 credit hours. For residency purposes, a minimum of 30 credit hours required for graduation must be completed at SCF.

What time is Period 7 at UF?

Class Meeting Times

Fall/Spring Terms
Period Class Begins Class Ends
5 11:45 a.m. 12:35 p.m.
6 12:50 p.m. 1:40 p.m.
7 1:55 p.m. 2:45 p.m.

What does R mean UF?


R = Thursday. F = Friday. S = Saturday. TBA = To be arranged, contact department.

What does R mean in a calendar?

It means random as in they can call you in at times. Upvote1 Downvote.