The Office of Undergraduate Affairs strives to create a campus that will provide a transformative and model undergraduate experience through an effective and genuine balance between liberal education and professional preparation.
University of Florida graduates will have
- a well-developed capacity for intellectual inquiry,
- demonstrated competency in a chosen discipline, and
- a strong sense of personal, social, and global responsibility.
- The mission of undergraduate education at UF is to develop in our students' intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, creative potential, cultural sensitivity and sense of purpose.
- In support of that mission, UF is committed to providing instruction of the highest quality, opportunities for research and innovation, and co-curricular programs that build students’ capacity for understanding themselves and the world, while fostering their commitment to the service of others locally, nationally and internationally.
Administrative Areas of Responsibility
In addition to general oversight of academic programs to achieve our vision and mission, the Office of Undergraduate Affairs is responsible for the administration of a number of office and programs that serve the general student population. These are: the Center for Precollegiate Education and Training (CPET), Center for Undergraduate Research (CUR), General Education Program, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Science for Life Program (S4L), UF Honors Program, Innovation Academy (IA), Office of Academic Support (OAS), Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC), Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program, the University Curriculum Committee (UCC), and the University Scholars Program (USP). For more information please follow the Programs link.