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Staff, faculty and regular OPS email is delivered to Exchange and they use Outlook or Office 365 to read their email. You can access Office 365 directly, or through myWings.
New employees should set up a "friendly" email address - simply log on to ITS Self-Service to go to the "Create Alias" menu. Choose the alias that you prefer and click "Apply" to save the change. Visit the ITS Faculty & Staff Email page for more information.
Check with your Department
Contact your C-Tech https://www.unf.edu/its/C-Techs.aspx
Submit a list of necessary
programs for install to your C-Tech
Visit myWings > Faculty Resources > Faculty Tools > Faculty Bio Editor.
Upload a professional picture and complete the required information. This information will be available to the public.
If you need a professional photo taken for your biography, contact CIRT http://www.unf.edu/cirt/
Visit Google Play or the Apple Store and search UNF Safe Ospreys
You will need to purchase a parking permit. As a faculty or staff member, you have your choice of several parking and payment options. For more information, refer to Parking Services.
For help navigating your way around campus, check out our interactive map.
Note: the buildings are numbered in the order in which they were built, so do not assume that Building 50 will be in close proximity to Building 51 (for example.)
Complete the Key Request Form electronically through myWings. The form is located on the Staff tab. Or you could ask your department office administrator for assistance.
Note: you must activate you key after you have received it by inserting it into the lock of each door it opens within a short amount of time.
You will fill out the paperwork to set up your payroll in your initial Human Resources packet. If you need to make changes or apply for sick or annual leave, refer to Human Resources Pay and Leave.
Yes. Faculty can change their pay schedule during Open Enrollment, typically from March 1 to June 30 each year. You will receive e-mail notification of upcoming Open Enrollment information early in the Spring semester. Contact Human Resources if you have specific questions.
There are a variety of dining options on campus. Check out this site for a complete listing of venues and hours of operation.
For off-campus dining, check out the Jacksonville Dining Guide.
The Faculty Handbook was prepared by the staff of Academic Affairs working cooperatively with the Faculty Affairs Committee of the Faculty Association, the United Faculty of Florida, and other contributors.
Additionally, here is information about University policies and regulations.
The University's Calendar of Events will show you the daily, weekly, monthly and yearly schedule for what's happening on campus. It provides you with the option of viewing either the Academic Calendar, the Events Calendar, or both. More specifically, you might find it helpful to seek out and note the dates of the following:
(In addition to the Master Calendar, you can download a semester schedule from CIRT, which will list much of the information below in an Excel spreadsheet.)
Academic Affairs has developed a relocation resource page for new faculty.
Once you have your N-number and password, you can look up your information in the Faculty Self-Service area of myWings, the UNF web portal.
After logging in to Faculty Self-Service, click on the Faculty Tab. Once there, you should see several helpful options, including your teaching schedule (detailed, and by day/time), class list information, grade submission and others.
Visit the Enrollment Services Faculty Resources Page
A great way to connect if by participating in a Faculty Learning Community (FLC). A FLC is a group of approximately 6-12 faculty members organized around a theme or cohort who commit to meeting regularly and to working collaboratively on issues relevant to all members within the group.
Check out the OFE Events page to stay up to date on campus happenings.
The Library Liaison Program was established in order to:
Individual Liaison listings for each college/department
Get involved with Community-Based Scholarship.