Welcome to the Gator Engineering community!
Congratulations on your acceptance into Gator Engineering! We wish you a warm welcome, and look forward to furthering your success as a Gator. Below you will find helpful information on getting started, and you will also find a little about what we think makes Gator Engineering so unique. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions.
- Visit us at one of our college information sessions.
- Please take time to view our Family Guide to Student Excellence in engineering from our First Year Advising team.
- Please follow us online here.
New Student Resources
Get a head start on your career as a Gator Engineer by being well-prepared for Preview, the summer orientation program that will introduce you to opportunities at the University of Florida and help you register for summer B and fall classes. Our Preview Prep checklist will help you chart your course for fall and beyond.
After Preview, if you have questions, please contact our advising team in the Center for Student Excellence. We’ll be happy to arrange a meeting for you.
Check out answers to commonly asked questions for our new Gator Engineers.
Need more information?
First Year students can reach us at: Advising@eng.ufl.edu
Transfer students should contact their major department:
The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Office of Student Affairs offers a variety of undergraduate support programs for our students through our Office of Student Transition and Retention, or STAR office, including our Freshman Summer Bridge Programs.
Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering advisors will help you plan your academic program of study, explore majors and develop your professional goals, and are continually developing new strategies that contribute to the success of our Gator Engineers and the UF community.
If you have questions about what courses to take in your first semester at UF, our Undergraduate Catalog has a suggested plan for each major in the College on Engineering. Regardless of major, most Gator Engineers are required to take similar critical tracking courses in their first 4 semesters. To see a suggested schedule for first year students, please look over the Exploring Engineering Studies plan in our Exploring Engineering Undergraduate Catalog
Gator Engineers are Creative, Leaders, have Integrity, strive for Professional Excellence and Service the Global Community. These attributes embody the college’s hopes of all students and faculty, and they make Gator Engineers well sought-after by top employers and graduate schools.
Connect with Gator Engineering
Gator Engineering students are connected to our alumni, employers, and to each other. Follow Gator Engineering on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube, and find out more about the college through the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering website.
Gator Engineering is the oldest and largest college of engineering in the state of Florida. Watch our videos highlighting the college and each of our departments.