Creating a Space for the 21st Century Gator
Peabody Hall, built in 1913 and located on the southeastern corner of the Plaza of the Americas, was first home to the University of Florida’s education college. After a stint as the printing site for the student newspaper, the building was added to the U.S. National Register for Historic Places in 1979 and its classrooms converted to offices in 1990.
Now, the second and third levels of Peabody will be redesigned to add efficient and collaborative spaces. The project, scheduled to begin in Summer 2021, is the first time the spaces are being upgraded in more than 30 years.
The spaces being renovated currently house the Dean of Students Office, which includes the Care Area and Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, and New Student and Family Programs.
Photos Courtesy of Rowe Architects Incorporated.
Continuing to Serve
Until spring 2022, some DSO programs and services will temporarily relocate to other on-campus locations, where in-person and remote offerings will continue to be available. Review the areas below to learn more about where each service will continue to serve and where some areas will locate during the renovation. Click one of the links below to be directed to the correct area.
The Care Team provides ongoing support to students in distress. This dedicated team of professionals also ensures that students are able to navigate complex processes. The Care Team can assist with supporting students and families in distress, information about medical petitions, and/or instructor notifications.
COLLEGIATE VETERANS SUCCESS CENTER
The Collegiate Veterans Success Center serves student veterans, and service members at UF by providing a designated location on campus for student Veterans and service members to study, meet with on and off campus resources, and spend time with and support each other in a fun and relaxing atmosphere. The center is accessible to all students creating a diverse care area that supports the success of UF Veterans.
HITCHCOCK FIELD & FORK PANTRY
The Alan and Cathy Hitchcock Field & Fork Pantry continues to be a free resource for UF students, staff, and faculty who are in need of food and/or experiencing food insecurity.
STUDENT CONDUCT & CONFLICT RESOLUTION
Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution provides a process focused on accountability, development, and support of those involved or impacted by violations of the University of Florida regulations. The staff in SCCR can assist with questions related to holds on your student account, appointments/ hearings, the status of your case, and/or general inquiries about the Student Code of Conduct and Student Honor Code.