• Osprey Fountains

    Osprey Fountains, UNF’s newest housing complex, opened to UNF students in August 2009. This five-story, 385,000-square-foot building provides housing for 1,000 students. Osprey Fountains offers single- and double-room (four- and six-bed) suites with two bathrooms and high-speed data access and cable in each bedroom, as well as private rooms, offering a private bathroom.


    Available Osprey Fountains Room Types: 

    • Osprey Fountains One-Bed Private  
    • Osprey Fountains Four-Bed Private 
    • Osprey Fountains Six-Bed Private/Double 


    Osprey Fountains has several 24-hour/7-day-a-week amenities, including Welcome Desk, game room, fitness center, and several theme lounges including:

    • The Spotlight for faculty presenters, karaoke, comedy/open-mic nights. 
    • The Upper-Deck with several huge plasma televisions to view sports and entertainment.
    • The Morgue a library for serious studying 24 hours a day.
    • The B.L.O.C. is currently used for a calm and relaxing place for residents to hang out or study. 
    • The Galaxy a serious gamer’s retreat. Equipped with TVs and desk stations (residents will need to bring their own equipment to plug into TVs). 
    • Joe's Diner, themed as a ’50s diner (sorry, no food service here). Joe's is the place to be! 


     Osprey Fountains also offers a multiplex with several meeting rooms and each house has a large lounge/living room and two study rooms. Every floor has its own laundry room. To learn more click on the link for the Fountains Guidebook below.


    Osprey Fountains also has several outdoor amenities including: an active/lap pool, a lazy river pool, lighted tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, a putting green, a lighted outdoor running track, outdoor swings and many picnic tables.


    Osprey Fountains has its own parking lot with more than 1,000 parking spaces and is located on the eastern ridge of campus off of a new access road — Osprey Ridge Road. Osprey Fountains has a walkway bridge connecting the housing complex to the UNF Loop Road (directly across from Osprey Hall and the main campus). Osprey Fountains has its own shuttle stop directly in front of the complex.

      View the Fountains Guidebook