The University of Florida can provide funding to students experiencing unanticipated expenses due to an emergency situation. This financial assistance is intended as a funding bridge for UF students to cover education-related expenses.
If students are experiencing any financial-aid related issues or concerns, please contact the Office for Student Financial Aid and Scholarships to discuss financial aid options that might be available.
Funds from Aid-a-Gator are intended to be a grant, not a loan, to help our students in need to cover costs related to unanticipated travel, additional technology requirements, or other needs related to an emergency situation. To apply for emergency funding, students should https://uf.tfaforms.net/401?tfa_2229=tfa_2230complete this form. Maximum Aid-a-Gator grants will be $500.
For additional information, visit the UF http://www.sfa.ufl.edu/aidagatorfaqs/Student Aid-A-Gator Frequently Asked Questions.
SFA can be reached via the https://onestop.ufl.eduOneStop or by telephone at (352) 392-2244 from 9:00am to 4:30pm Monday-Friday (excluding holidays and university closings).
Additional information is also available for http://hr.ufl.edu/aidagator/Aid-A-Gator for UF faculty and staff. Graduate assistants (including medical and veterinary residents) and post-doctoral fellows and associates must apply as employees via the http://hr.ufl.edu/aidagatorFaculty and Staff Aid-a-Gator program.
During times of large-scale and individual crisis, the Gator Nation comes together. By making a donation, even a small one, you can help even more members of the Gator Nation who may find themselves in need today or tomorrow. Donor FAQs offer additional information about this program. Please click here to donate to Aid-a-Gator.