UF@SF Events March 11-15

Monday, March 11th 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF Biology (Coll. Of Agricultural & Life Sc.) Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising for the Biology degree, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, provided by advisor Britta Osborne. If you’re planning to apply to Biology in CALS? You’ll want as much information as possible to help you submit a competitive application. Biology students specialize by selecting one of six tracks designed to prepare them for careers in medicine (Pre-professional), life sciences research, private industry, agriculture, government service, and education.  Come meet with the advisor one-on-one to find out about pre-requisite coursework, GPA requirements, and the list of specializations.

 

Monday, March 11th 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF Digital Arts and Sciences Walk-In Advising

Meet with advisor, Phillip Klepacki for this new degree program in UF’s College of the Arts. Ask questions about transfer admission requirements, the portfolio, major specializations, the online option and more!

 

Tuesday, March 12th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF College of Engineering Walk-In Advising

Learn about the many career and degree tracks in UF Engineering and how to prepare and apply for transfer admission. Talk to advisor Janna Underhill one-on-one to get all your questions answered.

 

Tuesday, March 12th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

SF Information Systems Technology Bachelor’s Degree Program Walk-in Advising

Learn about one of the newest degree programs at SF! Graduates of this program will be prepared for a career in the growing information technology industry in occupations such as database administration, network and computer systems administration, software development, computer systems analysis and computer programming. An advisor for the program will present information on admission requirements, specializations within the major and more.

 

Wednesday, March 13th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF Animal Sciences Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising for the Animal Sciences degree, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, provided by advisor Allyson Trimble. Learn about the three specializations in animal biology, equine, and food animal science and related potential careers. Animal Sciences students may also prepare for graduate school or veterinary medical school.

 

Wednesday, March 13th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising for the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation major, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, by advisor Claire Williams. Discuss Wildlife Ecology transfer requirements, application process, pre-requisites, and get your questions answered.

Thursday, March 14th, 1:30-3:30 p.m.

UF Plant Science Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising for the Plant Science major, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, by advisor Danae Perry. Discuss transfer requirements, specializations within the major, the application process, pre-requisites, and get your questions answered.

 

Friday, March 15th, 9:30-11:30 a.m.

UF Horticultural Science Walk-In Advising

Walk-in advising for Horticultural Science major, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, presented by Dr. Gerardo Nunez.

 

Friday, March 15th, 10:00-11:00 a.m.

SF Clinical Lab Science and Industrial Biotechnology BAS degrees –

The SF Clinical Lab Science and Industrial Biotechnology BAS degree programs offer streamlined paths to local careers. For the student seeking *possibly a faster path to a bachelor’s degree than traditional university transfer; *A degree with plenty of local employment potential;

*Small class sizes with individual advising all the way through to graduation;

*Very reasonable education costs;

*Hands-on learning in a state of the art facility;

…these degree programs may be the perfect option!

To learn more about how these programs may benefit you, come to a session!  All students and staff are invited to either of the following information sessions presented by Sari Sanborn, advisor.