Summer and Fall Registration FAQ
How do I register for classes?
To register for all non-ANS classes and the ANS classes that are not departmentally controlled, you will need to visit your ONE.UF. Sign in with your Gatorlink and go to Register/View My Schedule, then select Summer/Fall 2022.
If your registration time has started, you will be able to begin registering for classes. If it is not your registration time yet, you will see a date and time listed for when registration will open for you.
**You must clear all holds before you will be able to register or see your registration start time! Do this early, do not wait until registration day to do this!**
How do I register for ANS departmentally controlled classes?
You can request ANS departmentally controlled classes through the forms below:Filling out this form DOES NOT guarantee you a seat in the requested classes. This form ONLY includes DEPARTMENTALLY CONTROLLED classes. You will be able to enroll yourself in all other classes, depending on their availability at your time of registration. You can find a full list of classes on the UF Schedule of Courses. Only "answer" the questions for the classes you wish to be enrolled in and skip all other questions.The course request for ANS 3008 Livestock Behavior and Welfare was left off of the original form and can be filled out here through a separate form.
I'm doing an internship this summer. How do I register for my internship credits?
Email Amie Imler.
How do I enroll in ANS 4911 Undergraduate Research credits?
Please complete the registration form and email it to Alexis Strickland-Tilton.
*You must have faculty approval to be involved in undergraduate research
* To add a verified digital signature to the form, please open it in Adobe Reader.
I'm an IA student, how do I petition to take fall classes?
- ANS Classes email Amie or Alexis Strickland-Tilton
- For CLAS Petition: https://www.advising.ufl.edu/docs/InnovationAcademyFallPetitionFillable.pdf
This form requires ANS advisor approval, please contact your ANS advisor before sumbitting this form.
Instructions: Please read the petition carefully. The petition has been updated and the instructions are in the form itself. Email completed form with appropriate signatures (emails of approval from the departments’ @ufl.edu email addresses will be sufficient: in lieu of a signature, your advisor can make a note in the Student Information System), forward all email approvals and the form to email@example.com.
How do I apply to add a minor?
- Complete fillable form:
- Email to Jane Dolder or James Fant for CALS approval
- If major is outside of CALS then send to the respective college for approval (contacts can be found at bottom of this page: https://www.advising.ufl.edu/resources/forms/)
- If minor is in CLAS send form to firstname.lastname@example.org
General Student FAQ
What can I expect from my Primarily Classroom/Traditional, Hybrid or 100% online classes?
Primarily Classroom/Traditional: These class sections will meet regularly in-person at a scheduled time. Students will be expected to be present unless they have an approved absence.
Hybrid: Courses offered 80-99% online are considered hybrid classes. A hybrid course will be primarily delivered online but will have a small number of in-person experiences that will differ from class to class. Hybrid courses will include animal sciences classes that have a lecture portion and a lab component where the hands-on experiences are considered integral to meeting the learning objectives.
100% Online: These courses are being offered in a completely virtual format. These courses may be offered synchronously or asynchronously. Students in Synchronous online classes will be expected to meet at a specified class time, interact and engage with the class, and should have their video enabled whenever possible. Asynchronous means that you are not required to view the lecture at a specific time, but will be expected to work through the course material and meet assignment deadlines on your own. Students who will not be living in Gainesville for the spring should make sure to select the 100% online sections of their courses.
**Some courses will be offering BOTH a Primarily Classroom/Traditional section with limited seating and a 100% online section of the same class. Pay careful attention to which section you register for. **
How do I meet with my advisor?
The Animal Sciences Advising Office will be conducting meetings virtually via zoom for the fall semester.
- At your assigned appointment time you will need to join Zoom using the Zoom waiting room link for your advisor.
- You will be placed in a virtual waiting room. It is important to remain logged in until we are able to meet.
- Once we are available, we will admit you to the advising session.
- If you have a graduation plan or materials you want us to review please email them to us right before your appointment time so we can access it during our meeting.
If you do not have an appointment you can “walk-in” using the same zoom links as above. Walk-in hours will be 9:30am- Noon and 1:00pm- 3:30pm. Depending on other appointments and availability, it may take a little time to be seen, but we will try our best to get to you in a timely manner. If we are available, our Zoom links will be open. If we are out of the office or neither Allyson nor Zoe are available for walk-ins, our zoom links will be closed. Check back in later, schedule an appointment, or email us a list of questions.
If you are unable to use Zoom and would prefer phone advising, please let us know via email and we will arrange a time and exchange numbers.
Undergraduate Program Advisors Phone Zoom Waiting Room Ms. Allyson Trimble
ANS Bldg., 459, Room 100A
Book an appointment
email@example.com 352-392-9739 https://ufl.zoom.us/j/9380466049 Ms. Zoe Bowden
ANS Bldg., 459, Room 100B
Book an appointment
firstname.lastname@example.org 352-392-2455 https://ufl.zoom.us/j/2677320384
Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
Do I need to wear a mask while on campus?
Yes, masks must be worn in all UF buildings which includes the animal sciences and dairy science buildings, and any time you are unable to maintain social distance.
What if I get sick?
Students who test positive or who have been exposed to a confirmed positive case will be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days and will be provided alternative assignments for any missed coursework.
It is imperative that any individuals who believe they may have been exposed to COVID-19 contact the Student Health Care Center at (352) 392-1161 to discuss symptoms with a nurse or medical provider before your visit to ensure proper protective measures are taken to prevent further risk of spread to others. Additionally, telehealth visits and phone triage are also available to assist patients with COVID-19 concerns. If you don’t already have a UFHealth MyChart account, you can register for one and activate it immediately by logging onto mychart.shands.org. Download of the Zoom app is required for telehealth visits.