•  constructionUNF’s Social Sciences Building received the 2007 Award of Excellence from the Southeast Construction Association. The $11 million structure is the first building in Northeast Florida to earn LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The building, which opened in 2006, houses the departments of sociology, anthropology, psychology, criminal justice and political science and public administration.
  • UNF began construction on an $86 million residence hall that will enable an additional 1,000 juniors and seniors to live on campus. Osprey Fountains will have tennis courts, a swimming pool, a fitness center and laundry facilities for residents who live in the hall’s one- and two-bedroom suites.
  • UNF will have a $50 million Student Union available for use by the summer of 2009. Construction of the 148,000-square-foot facility began in 2007.
  • The Brooks College of Health will open a new wing in fall 2008. The college is undergoing an expansion that will add a 33,000-square-foot, four-story addition that will provide a new home for the School of Nursing.
  • A new College of Education and Human Services Building, the fourth major construction project in progress on campus, is scheduled to be completed in spring 2009.