A special version of Dropbox, called UF Dropbox, is now available for all staff and faculty to use. Dropbox is an online storage cloud where you can share and save files. The service should only be used for UF business data and some restrictions may apply.
The following are examples of files that can be stored in UF Dropbox:
- Directory Information
- Course Catalogs
- Press releases
- Job postings
- Animal research protocol
- Security plans
- Exam questions and answers
The following are examples of files that CANNOT be stored in UF Dropbox:
- Card holder data
- Bank account numbers
- Driver’s license numbers
- Mental health records
- HIV/STD records
- Substance abuse records
- Pediatric medical records
If you signed up for a personal Dropbox account using an @ufl.edu email address, Dropbox will ask you to move those files to a personal account with a new email address or migrate those files into the UF Dropbox service.
- To sign up for UF DropBox, please click on this PDF
- To share data via UF Dropbox, please download this PDF
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact IT Help by calling or texting (352) 392-2465 or emailing ITHelp@ufsa.ufl.edu.