Campus Resources

Commitment to a Safe and Inclusive Learning Environment

The Machine Learning and Sensing Lab and Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering values broad diversity within our community and is committed to individual and group empowerment, inclusion, and the elimination of discrimination. It is expected that every person in this lab will treat one another with dignity and respect regardless of gender, sexuality, disability, age, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, race, and culture. If you feel like you are being impacted by discrimination or harassment of any kind, please contact your advisor or any of the following:
 
  • Your Graduate Program Coordinator (John Shea for ECE, 352-575-0740, jshea@ece.ufl.edu)
  • Robin Bielling, Director of Human Resources, 352-392-0903, rbielling@eng.ufl.edu
  • Curtis Taylor, Associate Dean of Student Affairs, 352-392-2177, taylor@eng.ufl.edu
  • Toshikazu Nishida, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, 352-392-0943, nishida@eng.ufl.edu

Health and Wellness

Your health and wellness is vital to your success in college and beyond. The University of Florida supports overall student well-being through the eight dimensions of wellness. Each of these components can be used as a guide to create a plan of action for a healthy life.

U Matter, We Care (352) 392-1575 
Your well-being is important. The U Matter, We Care initiative is committed to creating a culture of care on our campus by encouraging members of our community to look out for one another and to reach out for help if a member of our community is in need. If you or a friend is in distress, please contact umatter@ufl.edu so that the U Matter, We Care Team can reach out to the student in distress. A nighttime and weekend crisis counselor is available by phone at (352)392-1575. The U Matter, We Care Team can help connect students to the many other helping resources available including, but not limited to, Victim Advocates, Housing staff, and the Counseling and Wellness Center. Please remember that asking for help is a sign of strength. In case of emergency, call 9-1-1.
 
Provides a wide range of counseling services.  Call the University Police Department: (352)392-1111 or 9-1-1 for emergencies.
 
If you or a friend has been subjected to sexual discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual assault, or violence contact the Office of Title IX Compliance, located at Yon Hall Room 427, 1908 Stadium Road, (352) 273-1094, title-ix@ufl.edu.
 
Located in the Student Health Care Center.
 
Located at the corner of Museum and Newell Drive. Call 9-1-1 for emergencies.
 
In partnership with UF’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, the campus pantry is expanding, and we have a temporary location available during construction. If you are experiencing food insecurity, please visit Rawlings Hall at 651 Newell Drive or our website at https://pantry.fieldandfork.ufl.edu/
 
Recreational Sports (RecSports) (352) 846-1081
Proactively making exercise a part of your life can prevent anxiety and address health concerns. RecSports promotes a healthy, social and active life at UF through exercise, recreation and nutrition. RecSports facilities include three recreation facilities, nine fields, two pools, six outdoor courts and Lake Wauburg.
 
Disability Resource Center (352) 392-8565
The Disability Resource Center’s philosophy is grounded in a framework of inclusion and universal design. The DRC coordinates academic accommodations and learning services for registered students. Students served include those with mental health concerns, chronic illness, deaf/hard of hearing impairments, visual impairments, learning disabilities and ADHD.
 
GatorWell Health Promotion Services (352) 273-4450
GatorWell Health Promotion Services supports student success by providing health information, programs and individualized services on health and wellness topics such as: alcohol; healthy eating; interpersonal violence prevention; sexual health; and stress, time and sleep management.
 
Student Health Care Center (SHCC) (352) 392-1161
The SHCC is dedicated to helping students obtain optimal health. The center provides a wealth of health care services for UF students, including primary care and more specialized services, as well as laboratory, pharmacy and radiology services.

Academic Resources

(Select option 2) or e-mail to Learning-support@ufl.edu.
 
Career Resource Center (352) 392-1601
Reitz Union, 392-1601. Career assistance and counseling.
 
Various ways to receive assistance with respect to using the libraries or finding resources.
 
Teaching Center (352) 392-2010 or (352) 392-6420
General study skills and tutoring. Located in Broward Hall.
 
Writing Studio (352) 846-1138
302 Tigert Hall. Help with brainstorming, formatting, and writing papers.
 
 
 

Additional Resources

For any other questions or concerns, please consult your academic advisor or Graduate Program Coordinator.