Osprey Hall, a three-story, lakeside, traditional college residence
hall, opened in Fall 1989. Students wishing to have a more traditional
housing experience choose to live in Osprey Hall because of the
opportunities it provides them to meet, study and socialize with other
This housing option is a limited-access building with
freedom from cooking and upkeep of kitchen and bathrooms. Rooms provide
180 square feet of carpeted living space and feature large windows
overlooking lakefront and wooded scenery.
Students must provide their own television and computer
equipment to access data and cable services. Osprey Hall residents
are encouraged to purchase one of the University's meal plan options
provided next door at the Osprey Cafe through Chartwells.
Furnished Space Double Occupancy
(Per person/per semester)
Furnished Space Private Occupancy
(per person/per semester)
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During ALL Fire Alarms, all students and
guests MUST leave the building immediately. Students are not to
re-enter the building until instructed to do so by Housing and Residence
Life staff or the University Police Department. Students and guests
refusing to vacate or returning before they are told to do so by a
University Official are subject to disciplinary action and/or a fine
from the police.
Osprey Hall Residents should evacuate and regroup in either Parking Lot 10 or towards the Pavilion/Candy Cane Lake.
Residents are to have their rooms thoroughly cleaned in accordance
with the established cleaning standards. If a room is not cleaned to the
outlined standards, all residents of the room may be held equally
responsible for the charges associated with the extra cleaning. Failure
to thoroughly clean the room to the specified standards will result in a
minimum of $50 cleaning fee for each area.
Clean all common areas of your room. These areas
must be cleaned by the time the FIRST resident in your room
checks-out. These areas must remain clean throughout the check-out
period. Otherwise, your check-out may be delayed and/or result in
The carpet in the room must be thoroughly vacuumed.
Cleaning of Housing Furnishings
The interior and exterior of the desk, dresser,
chairs and bed frame are to be cleaned and wiped dry so that dirt and
dust are removed.
Cleaning of Walls, Window, and Door Surfaces
The baseboards in the room are to be wiped down.
Walls are to be cleaned as to remove any tape, dirt, or marks. Spider
webs are to be removed from ceiling areas. Room blinds, windows, and
windowsills are to be cleaned. Both sides of the room door must be
cleaned of all tape residue marks.
Removal of Trash and Garbage
All trash, personal belongings and garbage must be removed from the room.
Michelle coordinates the operation of
Living-Learning Communities and various other academic initiatives. She joined
the UNF family in October 2014. Michelle acquired her Bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from Saginaw Valley State University. Michelle received her Master's degree in Education: Educational Leadership Development from the University of Toledo in Ohio. Michelle's passion lies in supervision and leadership development and social justice education.
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