About this site
The University of Florida homepage and several priority Web sites (known as 'critical path sites') are managed by UF Web Services, a unit of Academic Technology. The university's Web servers are managed by the Open Systems Group, part of Computing & Networking Services (CNS). We welcome your feedback! Send any comments or suggestions to email@example.com.
Standards and Policy
The UF homepage, as an official university Web site, abides by the university’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for campus computing resources which dictates the responsibilities of UF Web developers. This site is built using accepted Web standards: tableless HTML5, CSS3, and the Document Object Model (DOM). www.ufl.edu meets all guidelines set forth by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and conforms to all standards in Section 508 (29 U.S.C. ‘ 794d) of the Rehabilitation Act.
Web Site Listing
UF campus units that wish to have their online information linked to the UF Web Site Listing should first read and understand UF’s AUP. After familiarizing themselves with the appropriate policies, an online agreement and form is available to register or renew a link.
A number of official graphics utilizing the UF Wordmark are available to be downloaded and used on UF-related Web pages. Please note, however, that the name, marks and image of the University of Florida cannot be used to imply or suggest endorsement of any product or service not provided by the university. For additional information on the use of the wordmark, refer to the UF’s Graphical Standards and AUP.
Use of this System
The UF homepage is an access point to the University of Florida information technology environment; hence by virtue of using it, users agree to abide by the highest standards of responsibility to their colleagues and agree to comply with all applicable University and State University System policies, and with applicable state and federal laws concerning appropriate use of information technology. Non-compliance is a serious breach of university standards which may result in disciplinary and/or legal action.
Responsibilities of Web developers at the University of Florida are outlined in the AUP.