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Windows to Wellness: Intellectual Wellness As lifetime learners, our intellect is fed by an openness to new ideas, our capacity to think and to question, and our willingness to master new skills. All no
“GatorMedicine Center for Excellence in Studying” Student-developed website that aggregates the most useful tools, resources, and advice to improve efficiency and effectiveness of studying. College of Medicine Students No
COM Learning Specialist The CoM learning specialist can help with study strategies, finding tutoring, and hosting study sessions. College of Medicine Students no James Gorske Email:
COM Tutoring Services The Office of Student Affairs and Registration can assign available tutors to students in accordance with the eligibility criteria specified in the College of Medicine Tutoring Program Policy College of Medicine Students ($) James Gorske Email:



HSC Energy Pods On the 2nd floor of the HSC Library, featuring specially composed sleep music and a gentle wake sequence of programmed lights and vibrations. Library Visitors no
Disability Resource Center It is the goal of the Disability Resource Center to foster a sense of empowerment in students with disabilities by educating them about their legal rights and responsibilities so that they can make informed choices, by encouraging them to engage in critical thinking and self-advocacy and by supporting them in being successful students, campus leaders and positive contributors to the campus community. UF students no
Medical Student Ombuds The Ombuds is: accessible, working with all members of the university community.
Independent reporting directly to the Provost and through the Provost to the President.
Unbiased, considering the rights and interests of all parties involved, searching for fair solutions.
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Medical Withdrawal Process of medical withdrawal for UF CoM students Med Students no
Office of the Ombuds The purpose of the Ombuds office is to assist students, staff, and faculty in resolving problems and conflicts that arise in the course of interacting with the University of Florida. By considering problems in an unbiased way, the Ombuds works to help students and staff find solutions to university related problems and concerns. Students; Faculty;


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* Regarding fees:  no= free services available; ($)= discounted services available; $=services require a fee (insurance may be accepted)