assignments are made in late May, and confirmation of your Area assignment will
be mailed to your permanent address in June. Your rental charge will also be
included in this mailing. Your fall rent must be paid by the due date to
prevent a loss of your assignment. Your building and roommate information will
become available prior to the semester beginning.
Roommate information and confirmation of your area assignment will become available prior to the semester beginning. The confirmation will have the names and contact information of your roommate(s). We encourage you to contact your roommate(s) before you arrive.
No. The residence halls are closed until move-in. It is possible that your assignment could change up until assignment information is released (because we make many changes during the summer).
Students who are interested in requesting a change in their assignment prior to the Fall semester can submit a Housing Assignment Change Request through “Resident Resources” tab on the Housing and Residence Life website. All changes are subject to space availability. If you submit a Housing Assignment Change Request, you will be contacted during the summer only if an option for a new assignment becomes available.
The room assignment process is based on the date your UNF Housing Contract was received. While not everyone received their first choice of residence, every effort was made to accommodate your preferences. Additionally, if you and another student(s) mutually requested one another as roommates, your housing assignment was made based on the date that the first of the two UNF Housing Contracts was received.
Minors who are at least 17 years of age are permitted to live on campus, but must submit with their signed Housing Contract a "Minors in the Residence Halls" addendum, which outlines for the minor student and the student’s parents/guardians the shared understanding of how the University views the presence of minor students in the residence halls, and how UNF staff will approach certain issues, should they arise, in this adult environment.
Minors not yet 17 years of age are not permitted to reside in on-campus residence halls, but Housing and Residence Life will work with students and families on planning for on-campus housing at any point each semester in preparation for the student reaching 17 years of age. This includes arranging for a late check-in after each semester begins.
The university cannot accept any package(s) shipped in advance of your move-in date.
Federal and State law mandate that we provide handicapped rooms in all of our housing facilities. Due to high demand for on-campus housing, we utilized all bed spaces. It is common for students without disabilities to be assigned to a handicapped room unless this room is needed by a student with special needs.
Your campus mailing address will be indicated on your area assignment. Housing and Residence Life will assign you a Housing Box (HB) Number. Your mail should be addressed as follows:
The Flats at UNF
RESIDENT NAME 4850 First Coast Tech Parkway APT #______ Jacksonville FL 32224
Osprey Fountains Residents
RESIDENT'S NAME 12800 UNF Drive, #______ Jacksonville, FL 32224-2668
All Other Residents
RESIDENT'S NAME 11800 UNF Drive, #______ Jacksonville, FL 32224-2668
The approximate size of each room is as follows:
- Osprey Hall: 180 sq/ft
- Osprey Landing: 385 sq/ft
- Osprey Cove: 385 sq/ft
- Osprey Village - One Bedroom: 400 sq/ft - Two Bedroom: 550 sq/ft
- Osprey Crossings: 385 sq/ft
All rooms are furnished with a bed, dresser/wardrobe, desk and chair. Please select a housing area below to see which furnishings are included and their dimensions.
All residence hall rooms have window blinds.
Osprey Hall has communal bathrooms. The Cove, Crossings, Landing and Village have bathrooms in each room. Osprey Fountains has two bathrooms in each suite.
For more information on what to bring to campus (See What To Bring
). For buildings with private bathrooms, students must also provide toilet paper and shower curtains.
Care should be taken not to overload electrical circuits. Even approved appliances can be dangerous when not used properly. Students should unplug appliances after use and should be especially careful not to leave any approved appliances unattended. (See below for approved appliances) Refrigerators, which do not exceed 4.5 cubic feet, and microwaves that do not exceed 1200 watts are permitted. Rooms are permitted a maximum of two refrigerators. Osprey Village apartments come with a full-size refrigerator.
- Small appliances without exposed heating elements, such as curling irons, blow dryers, sandwich/waffle makers, bread makers, rice cookers, coffee makers, hot pots, and crock pots are permitted in student rooms, with proper usage.
- George Foreman Grills and other similar items may ONLY be utilized in lounges (Osprey Landing, Osprey Cove and Osprey Crossings) and kitchens in the Osprey Village Apartments as long as grease is disposed of properly (i.e., not down any drain). George Foreman Grills are NOT permitted in Osprey Hall.
- Village apartments have a fully functioning kitchen. Therefore, only
Village residents may use toasters, toaster ovens, and George Forman
grills in their kitchens.
- Any appliances with an open flame, open heating coil, or open heating element (i.e., hot plates and coffee coils) are strictly prohibited because they are fire hazards. The following items are strictly prohibited (including, but not limited to): toasters, toaster ovens, hibachis (electric or propane), hot plates, space heaters, electric skillets, soup warmers, s'more makers, electric grills, and gas grills. Deep fat fryers and smoke machines are not permitted.
- Charcoal grills are not allowed on campus as there are grills provided
in the housing areas. Grilling is NOT permitted in any of the housing
courtyards or on any balconies. Lighter fluid is also strictly
prohibited and may not be stored or used within the residence areas.
- Village residents may not possess or use electric or gas grills.
For recommendations and specifications, please see the OspreyNet
First-year students are not allowed to stay over Winter Break. Exact dates and times will be posted on the Housing and Residence Life website. All residents are permitted to stay on campus during Spring Break.
If spring rent has been paid or deferred, your key will automatically reactivate. If not, you must see a Housing Accountant in the Central Housing Office to be cleared to return for spring.
First-year students living on campus must also purchase an on-campus meal membership. There are several different meal memberships to choose from depending on the student’s individual needs. The minimal membership provides for 10 meals per week. For more information about UNF Dining Services, please select this link www.dineoncampus.com/unf/
The Central Housing Office is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. You can contact us by phone (904) 620-4663 or e-mail email@example.com
Once you move into your room, you and your roommate(s) are responsible for the upkeep of your room including the bathroom. Housing and Residence Life personnel do not clean individual rooms during the academic year. During the Winter Break, Housing and Residence Life does clean the tile floor in rooms in the following buildings: Osprey Landing, Osprey Cove and Osprey Crossings. Since Osprey Hall has shared bathrooms, Housing and Residence Life does clean these bathrooms on a daily basis. All Public Spaces (Lounges, Lobbies and Laundry Rooms) are cleaned on a daily basis by Housing and Residence Life Personnel.
Each of the residential areas has their own laundry facility facilitated by MacGray. The Landing, Cove and Crossings have one laundry room per building. Osprey Hall and Osprey Village have one central Laundry facility. Osprey Fountains has one laundry facility on each floor. It costs $1.25 per load to wash, and $1.00 per load to dry. For more information on the laundry facilities in each area, view Residential Laundry Service