Q. How will I receive law school information once school starts?
Q. What is the dress code for law school? Is it OK to dress casually, like I did for undergrad?
Q. How do I get a locker?
Q. How important is it to bring a LOCK so you can have access to a locker?
Q. Do I need a new Gator 1 Identification Card with the Levin College of Law?
Q. How and where can I purchase my gator1 ID card?
Q. Where can I find information about the Office of Veterans Affairs?
Q. Where do I find information about arranging Disability Accommodations?
Q. Where is the counseling center?
Q. How does the University of Florida’s student insurance work? Where is the infirmary and do I have to have UF’s health insurance to go there?
The University of Florida Student Health Care Center (SHCC): The Student Health Care Center is an outpatient clinic which provides primary medical and psychological care as well as a variety of other specialty services. The SHCC is funded solely by UF students. SHCC is an accredited, general practice, outpatient clinic staffed by board certified physicians, assistants, registered nurses, advanced registered nurse practitioners, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, health educators, licensed pharmacists, licensed laboratory technologists, licensed x-ray technicians, a gynecologist, a consultant radiologist, a dietitian, and support personnel. Also a branch of SHCC is located in Corry Village, a university apartment complex near the law school. All registered UF students are eligible for SHCC services. The per-credit-hour fee, paid by all students, covers unlimited consultations with SHCC staff. However, minimal service charges are assessed for accident/injury care, lab tests, medication, x-rays, certain special services, and consultations with on-staff specialists. You will receive a packet with insurance information provided by the University of Florida Student Government at the ILSP.