From beginner friendly day trips to extended overnight trips, whatever type of adventure you’re looking for – CORE has you covered!
Prepare for your outdoor adventure with CORE’s rental resources.
UF/IFAS Extension Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) agents are ready to help you and your family make the best financial decisions for your financial stability and well-being through free and accurate financial education.
Save at various businesses and retailers with the GatorPerks program, which provides exclusive discounts for UF faculty and staff.
Operated by the City of Gainesville, the Regional Transit System (RTS) provides fare-free transportation for students, faculty and staff. Get where you need to go quickly, avoid parking hassles and save money – all by using RTS!
UF’s Software Licensing Services provide licenses that can be broadly categorized for use by UF departments, faculty, staff and students.
The UF Employee Memorial Walkway has been established to recognize and honor employees who pass away during their employment service with the University of Florida.
UF Surplus offers several services to UF departments, students and the general public by selling surplus property — such as electronics, furniture, automobiles, etc. — through Buy Now sales and auctions.
The Linkedin Learning platform includes all Lynda course content plus an additional 6,000 online skill-building education options — available at no cost to all students, faculty and staff with valid GatorLink credentials.
The National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) is a nationally recognized, independent organization that provides online career development and mentoring resources for faculty, postdocs and graduate students at more than 450 colleges and universities.
The University of Florida provides students, faculty and staff a free online subscription to the New York Times.
Browse available online journal through the UF George A. Smathers Libraries.
The University of Florida provides students, faculty and staff a free online subscription to the Wall Street Journal.
The Employee Education Program enables full-time UF Academic Personnel, TEAMS employees and USPS employees who have been employed in good standing for at least six months to receive tuition assistance at the state university closest to their work location.
The University of Florida’s Higher Education Opportunity program provides tuition assistance to children of full-time TEAMS employees seeking an undergraduate education at UF.
Dependent children of current full-time, permanent status employees are eligible to apply to UF’s Tuition Exchange Program with other member universities throughout the country.
UF Health employees of at least 0.50 FTE or greater are eligible for tuition reimbursement after 6 months of employment in a benefits-eligible position.