Current Students

Current Students

The pursuit of an online degree, through distance learning, is both a rewarding and rigorous experience. Each online program at UF has a specific process for advising, tracking and supporting student progress. It is important to communicate regularly with the specific department offering the online program with regard to the program structure and on-going expectations. 

Distance learning online programs at UF are designed for those seeking an alternative to the on-campus experience and are expecting the same challenging courses and the same prestigious degree as those who attend our traditional on-campus programs. 

Online courses utilize both synchronous and a-synchronous instructional methods to provide a collaborative learning experience for those studying from around the globe. 

Advising & Getting Started

Once students are admitted to a distance learning program, they will be provided with a UFID (Gator1) Card and a Gatorlink log in. Once students have received their UFID and your Gatorlink account information, they will be able to access the Integrated Student Information System (ONE.UF). The ONE.UF system provides students with the ability to:

  • Access financial aid
  • Register for courses
  • Pay tuition
  • View grades
  • Requests transcripts
  • View degree audit

Each online program at UF has a specific process for advising, tracking and supporting student progress. It is important to communicate regularly with the specific department offering the online program with regard to the program structure and on-going expectations

Advising & Getting Started

Online Courses

Enrolling in Courses

Students enrolled in online programs should first contact the specific department offering their program to inquire about how individual course registrations will be processed. Some online programs will automatically register students in individual courses and others will require the student to register through the UF online registration system.

On campus students who are currently enrolled in traditional residential programs may review the list of available online courses by visiting the Office of the University Registrar page and clicking on "Web Courses" under the semester of your choice. Students should consult with their academic advisor as to what would apply to their particular degree.

It is also possible for undergraduate students not currently admitted to the University (such as students seeking a degree at another university) to take individual courses through the Flexible Learning Program.

Accessing Courses

Most of the distance learning programs offered by UF utilize a virtual classroom known as e-Learning at UF. For more information on e-Learning at UF please read the e-Learning Student FAQ.

If you have any technical difficulties with e-Learning at UF, please contact the UF Computing Help Desk for assistance.

Policies and Important Dates

Please visit and familiarize your self with the academic calendar, grading policy and the refund policy pages. Please note that these policies may vary depending on the program in which you are enrolled.