Court Upholds UF Policy Barring Guns In DormsA state appeals court upheld the University of Florida's ban on firearms in university housing, rejecting arguments by gun rights groups trying to overturn the ban.
Machen To Become UF Senior AdviserUniversity of Florida President Bernie Machen will spend his first half-decade out of office as a well-paid, privately funded adviser to the Gainesville school.
Outgoing UF President To Stay On As AdviserOutgoing University of Florida president Bernie Machen will stay on as a senior adviser to aid incoming president Kent Fuchs and help raise funds.
FSU, UF Get New Presidents, Thrasher To Resign Senate Two of Florida's top universities have new presidents tasked with improving each schools' national rankings.
UF Picks Cornell Provost Kent Fuchs As Next PresidentThe University of Florida has chosen Cornell University's provost to be its 12th president.
Cornell, NYU Provosts Vie For UF Presidency As the University of Florida works toward its goal of becoming a Top 10 public university, it will choose Wednesday between the provosts of two elite northeastern universities for its next president.
UF Search Committee Names 3 Presidential Finalists The University of Florida has narrowed its list of presidential finalists to three out-of-state candidates.
Florida QB Harris Investigated For Sexual Assault Florida freshman quarterback Treon Harris has been suspended while authorities investigate sexual assault allegations made against him.
University Of Florida Announces New COOCharles Lane, a senior vice president from the University of Southern California, has been tapped to be the University of Florida's new chief operating officer.
Gov. Scott Signs Budget, Vetoes Tuition HikesWith the stroke of a pen, Governor Rick Scott signed the 2013-2014 $74.5 billion budget into law on Monday.
Bill Giving UF & FSU Power To Raise Tuition Advances In HouseThe University of Florida and Florida State University could soon have the power to set higher tuition rates than the state's other universities.
University Of Florida May Drop State Health ProgramEverybody is trying to cut skyrocketing health care costs, including the University of Florida. In a first for the state, President Bernie Machen wants to opt-out of the State health insurance program for employees, and run one just for the University.
Florida Educators Propose A 30 Percent Tuition Hike For Universities Two Florida educators are calling on Governor Rick Scott to raise tuition prices to fill the state’s massive budget hole. But it’s the 30 percent increase that has students and parents up in arms.