Basic Theme Housing
What is Theme Housing?
Theme Housing is a program established to promote a direct
link between residential and extracurricular life for students at the
University of North Florida. It is designed to provide students who have common
extracurricular interests the opportunity to live together in campus housing
while fulfilling a common goal. A Theme Housing program increases students'
opportunities to connect and learn from each other. Up to 50 students to live together on campus centered around a
common theme for the academic year.
Current Theme Programs
- UNF students enrolled in Project Thrive &
registered through the DRC
- The purpose of the THRIVE community is to
provide young adults with Asperger’s the opportunity to have a full college
experience by residing in UNF housing.
- Students in the THRIVE theme community will live
in House 18 of Osprey Fountains.
- As a member of the THRIVE community, you will:
close relationships/friend ships with other THRIVE students and the great UNF
essential skills to independent living
provided support through the THRIVE mentorship program
- Students wishing to join the THRIVE community
must be registered through the Disability resource center. All placement decisions are made by the
- To learn more about the THRIVE community contact
the DRC at firstname.lastname@example.org
and/or visit http://www.unf.edu/drc/ for
more information about the service provided through the DRC.