Volunteer Requirements

All of the following requirements must be completed in order for us to place you in a volunteer role.

Medical Records

Obtain 2 copies of medical records from your doctor, high school, parents, or college with the information below. UF students and UF Health patients may use myUFHealth to obtain their records. Non-degree seeking adults who are unable to obtain immunization records should contact Volunteer Services.

  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella: Documentation of 2 measles/mumps/rubella vaccinations or serological (laboratory testing) proof of immunity to measles (rubeola) and rubella (German measles)
  • Varicella (Chicken Pox): Verification of having Chicken Pox through medical documentation of the disease OR documentation of two varicella vaccinations
  • tDap: Documentation of tDap vaccination received when 11 years or older AND within the last 10 years
  • Proof of current flu vaccination (Required September – April)
  • Complete Hepatitis B vaccine series (3 vaccinations): Required for those interested in volunteering in the Emergency Room, or Dental Clinics
  • Complete COVID-19 vaccine series

Background Screening

Successfully complete Volunteer background screening through our approved vendor.

Obtain Occupational Health Clearance

The Occupational Health Clearance Packet will be provided at the Information Session, along with the dates and times volunteers can obtain clearance for each semester. Bring the Occupational Health Clearance Packet and a copy of your immunization records to Volunteer Services (Room G153) during the clearance period to obtain your clearance. Occupational Health will keep the copy of your immunization records. You will need to bring another copy to your placement appointment.

Complete the online orientation modules

Log into myTraining (Non-UF students will need to create a temporary account to access the online orientation materials. Access a guide to walk you through the process.)

Complete the following training modules below and print the certificate of completion for each. Certificates can be found by clicking on Training Transcript, then clicking on the small icons next to the module titles.

Read the Code of Conduct and the Volunteer Handbook

Dental Volunteers ONLY

Volunteers interested in the dental clinics must complete the following in order to be in compliance with UF College of Dentistry:

You CANNOT be placed as a dental volunteer if you do not bring this required dental paperwork to your placement appointment along with all other required volunteering documentation.