After you complete the application and course registration process, you can access online courses by logging into UF’s e-Learning website at any time. Go to http://elearning.ufl.edu/ and select “e-Learning Login” to enter your Gatorlink username and password.
You will not be able to access your course until the start date listed in the course registration materials. Some course content will not be immediately available to you. Instructors may open and close access to lessons according to the schedule posted in the course syllabus.
Classes can be structured by module, week, lesson, assignment, or any other way your instructor determines. There may also be live lectures administered through Adobe Connect where you can interact with your instructor and classmates.
Absolutely! Our instructors are available via Canvas or email to answer and questions, comments, or concerns you may have. Their preferred method of contact is often listed on the syllabus.
Yes! Our professors and instructors are hired and employed by University of Florida.
Courses are typically asynchronous, which means there is not certain time or day when classes meet. You’ll learn on your own schedule!
You’ll typically submit coursework and exams through Canvas, UF’s learning management system. More information can be obtained on they syllabus or by contacting your instructor.
Depending on the course, you’ll engage in assignment discussion boards, group work, or other modes of online communication.
No, UF transcripts will not indicate that the degree or courses were completed online.
Participation in student activities and engagement with resources will enhance your student experience, even when you are a distance student. From internship/job search resources to conflict mediation, UF provides online students with a variety of resources to support your academic journey. Visit the Office of Distance Learning to view the extensive listing of support resources available to those receiving an education at a distance.