Registrar Contacts

Questions? Need to Contact Us?

Email the Registrar's Office
Current or former students with questions about registration and academic issues
Prospective students with questions about admissions should refer to the admissions website.

Call the Registrar's Office
Records and Registration 352-392-1374
Veterans Affairs Certification 352-294-2948
Fax Number 352-846-1126

222 Criser Hall
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday

Mailing Address
Office of the University Registrar
PO Box 114000, 222 Criser Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611-4000

If you are a UF Online student and you have questions about Registrar processes, contact the UF Online OneStop

UF Online OneStop Center
Phone (352) 294-3290 Fax (352) 294-3296
Email: ufonlineonestop@mail.ufl.edu
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET; Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

Registrar Services
Address Changes Enrollment Verification
Auditing Courses Grades
Cancel/Withdraw Grade Changes
Certify Enrollment/Degrees Holds/Student Records
Citizenship Changes Instructor Workload
Class Rolls, online Late Registration
Classroom Maintenance Minors
Classroom Reservations/Scheduling Name Changes
Common Course Issues Non-degree Registration
Correspondence Study/Grades Petitions
Course Descriptions Publications Orders/Inventory
Course Title Changes Registration
Curriculum Changes Repeat Course Information
Degree Applications/Processing Social Security Number Corrections
Dismissal/Probation Stock Requests
Distance Education S/U Option
Dismissal/Probation Transcript Requests/Pick-Up
Drop/Add, current term Withdrawals
Drop/Withdrawals, prior term (Petitions)Writing & Math Requirements
(for UF work)
Employee Registration

UF Office Directory - for the address, phone and website information of other campus offices.

The Office of Admissions is located in 201 Criser Hall.
University Bursar (student accounts) and Student Financial Affairs (financial aid) are located on the first floor of Criser Hall.

Written Student Complaints Policy and Procedure

The Division of Enrollment Management (DEM) defines a written student complaint as a letter from a currently enrolled student addressed to a member of the staff in the DEM detailing a specific complaint. An email is not considered to constitute a written complaint in the context of this policy. Student issues that fall under an existing formal and established appeals process or that are not related to the DEM mission are excluded from this procedure and should follow the established appeal process.

Steps for processing written student complaints:

  • The written complaint will be reviewed and submitted to the director of each unit of the division to be logged and for a response to be prepared and mailed to the student.
  • If the problem remains unresolved the student may appeal in writing to the vice president and associate provost for enrollment management or his/her designee.

The student always retains the right to pursue the issue directly with the University of Florida Ombuds. The last university official to address the student's complaint, whether the resolution was in the student's favor or not, constitutes resolution of the issue.

To submit a written complaint to the Office of the University Registrar, direct your letter to
Aigi Adesogan, Associate University Registrar
Office of the University Registrar
PO Box 114000
Gainesville, FL 32611-4000

An exception would be complaints involving the university registrar; for such issues, complaints should be submitted to the vice president for enrollment management.

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