Osprey Fountains

Osprey Fountains, UNF’s second 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, such as: 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 on Guidebook

Floorplan

 

6 Bed (Private/Double)

There are five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a common area. The largest bedroom will be shared by two residents. The remaining 4 bedrooms are private.

 

6 bed suite (private bedroom):

  • Bedroom floor dimensions: 11’ long x 9’6” wide (including closet) *
  • Bedroom closet width 31” *
  • One window 50.5” tall x 50.5” wide *


6 bed suite (double bedroom):
  • Bedroom floor dimensions: 11’11” long x 15” wide (including closet) *
  • Bedroom closet width 31” *
  • One window 50.5” tall x 50.5” wide *

 

 

Floorplan - Fountains 6 person

 

 

4 Bed (Private)

There are 4 bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a common area. Each bedroom is private. 

 

  • Bedroom floor dimensions: 11’11” long x 8’6” wide (including closet) *
  • Bedroom closet width 31” *
  • One window 50.5” tall x 50.5” wide * 

 

 

Floorplan - Fountains 4 person

 

  

1 Bed (Private)

There is one bedroom with adjoined bathroom.
 

  • Bedroom dimensions: 13’11” long x 11’7” wide (including closet) *
  • Bedroom closet width 58” *
  • One window 50.5” tall x 50.5” wide *

 

 

Floorplan - Fountains 1 person

 

*All measurements are approximate 

 

 

Osprey Fountains Rates


 

Osprey Fountains Summer A 2017 Rates
Summer  A  2017

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

4 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$1,320

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

6 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$1,234

Furnished Space Double Occupancy

6 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$1,160

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

(per person/per semester)

$2,100



Osprey Fountains Summer A and B 2017 Rates
Summer  A and B  2017

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

4 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$2,640

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

6 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$2,468

Furnished Space Double Occupancy

6 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$2,320

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

(per person/per semester)

$4,200



Osprey Fountains Fall 2017/Spring 2018 Rates
Fall 2017/Spring 2018

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

4 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$3,300

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

6 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$3,085

Furnished Space Double Occupancy

6 Bed Suite

(per person/per semester)

$2,830

Furnished Space Private Occupancy

(per person/per semester)

$5,000



 

 

Osprey Fountains Features

  • 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. our study zone / group project work lounge on campus for a comfortable studying environment.
  • The Galaxy a serious gamer's retreat. 
  • Joe's Diner, themed as a fifties dinner.  (Sorry, no food service here.) Joe's is the place to be!
  • Multiplex with several meeting rooms
  • Each "house" has a large lounge/living room and two study rooms.
  • Every floor has its  own laundry facility.
  • Outdoor amenities including: An active/lap pool, a lazy river pool, lighted tennis courts, a lighted volleyball court, a lighted basketball court, a putting green, a lighted outdoor running track, outdoor swings, and many picnic tables.
  • Parking lot with over 1,000 parking spaces and is located on the eastern ridge of campus off of a new access road - Osprey Ridge Road.
  • Walkway bridge connecting the housing complex to the UNF Loop Road (directly across from Osprey Hall and the main campus).
  • Moveable hardwood furniture
  • Adjustable beds (rise up to 32")*
  • Vinyl Composite Tile bedrooms and common area
  • Utilities are included in rent
  • Satellite Television Service
  • High-Speed Ethernet Access and Wireless Access

 

*All measurements are approximate 

Osprey Fountains Images

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  • Two residents hanging out. One sitting on a bed with a blue and green bedspread that is next two a window with green curtains and the other student sitting in a chair in front of a desk. The students are talking.
  • Three residents talking in one of the Fountains kitchens.
  • Residents sitting on brown leather sofa in the Fountains lounge talking with each other.
  • Residents sitting at white tables in white chairs while other residents are cooking at the stoves next to the window in the Fountains kitchen area that has light green walls.
  • Two residents talking with each other while doing their laundry in the Fountains laundry room. There is also a chalkboard.
  • Two residents in the Fountains mailroom checking their mailbox.
  • Two residents looking at food items in The Fountains Ozzies connivence store.
  • Two residents talking and exercising in the Fountains gym which has several fitness equipment, windows and a few tvs.
  • A few residents talking, laughing and playing pool in the Osprey Fountains pool room.
  • Residents talking and doing various activities in the Fountains resident area which has tables and chairs, windows, white boards, cushioned chairs and light blue walls.
  • Three residents talking and studying while sitting at a dark brown table in an old time past vibrant library with sculpted busts at the end of a bookshelf row..
  • A few residents playing video games, holding video game controllers while sitting in black futuristic chairs that sit very low to the ground in a room with blue walls with multicolored carpet and other televisions on the walls.
  • Residents talking, studying and eating at a sock hop themed diner colored mint green, red and silver. in the Fountains area.
  • Residents talking and engaging in various activities in a room with black tables and chairs, televisions and stadium bleachers filled with fans as wallpaper.
  • Two residents laughing while playing a rich wooded piano in a room with other students sitting at tables and others coming down the stairs.
  • Three students sitting and studying at a table with an umbrella outside next to the Fountains pool.
  • Three residents talking by the Fountains pool while one resident is on a float in a pool with The Fountains Residence in the bakground.
  • Two residents playing tennis on a tennis court.
  • Four residents playing volley ball in the sand.

 

 

Fire Alarm Procedures

 
 Fire 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.

Fountains residents should evacuate to their nearest emergency exit and proceed towards the area closet to that exit: Osprey Ridge Road, Parking Lot 55, or the Walkway to Campus.

View Fire Exit Map

 

 

Cleaning Standards

 
 Cleaning

Residents are to have their suite and bedroom thoroughly cleaned in accordance with the established cleaning standards. If a suite or room is not cleaned to the outlined standards, all residents of the suite or room may be held equally responsible for the charges associated with the extra cleaning. Failure to thoroughly clean the suite or room to the specified standards will result in a minimum of $50 cleaning fee.

 

Clean all common areas of your suite.  These areas must be cleaned by the time the FIRST resident in your suite checks out.  These areas must remain clean throughout the check-out period.  Otherwise, your check-out may be delayed and/or result in cleaning charges.

 

Floor Cleaning
The vinyl composite tile in the bedroom(s), entry hall, and vanity area are to be thoroughly swept and mopped.

 

Bathroom Areas
The showers must be clean, with all mold, mildew, and hard water or soap scum stains removed. The tile walls are to be cleaned completely free of mildew, soap scum, and stains. The tiles are to be shiny with no residue remaining. The outer surface of the toilet bowl is to be cleaned, and the inside of the bowl is to be free from stains. The bathroom floors and baseboards are to be mopped and cleaned. The sink and counter of the vanity area are to be cleaned, with all hair, soap scum, and stains removed. The mirrors are to be cleaned with glass cleaner and is not to be cloudy.

 

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, Windows, Countertops, Cabinets, Window Sills 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 door must be cleaned of all tape residue marks. All countertops and cabinets areas must be clean thoroughly.

 

Removal of Trash and Garbage

All trash, personal belongings, and garbage must be removed from the room.


Residence Life Coordinator

and Assistant Residence Residence Life Coordinator


Name: Corey Ulloa and Kat Reisenbauer

Email: corey.ulloa@unf.edu | kat.reisenbauer@unf.edu

Residence: Osprey Fountains

Biography: Corey was born and raised in Pembroke Pines, Florida. He received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of South Florida (Tampa) in Criminology with minors in Psychology and Leadership Studies. Corey later received his Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from North Carolina State University where he worked as a Resident Director and oversaw a building and the Impact Leadership Village. He also completed a yearlong internship with Student Involvement where he worked with Student Government and on creating an inaugural International Festival. In Corey's free time, he enjoys participating in sports (especially soccer and running) and watching sports. He also enjoys watching TV and playing video games. He is passionate about student leadership and student involvement and is excited to be at UNF with students that have diverse interests. Corey enjoys working with fellow student affairs departments and staff to learn about each department and to one day become a Senior Student Affairs Officer.



Kat rejoined the UNF family in July 2017 and co-oversees the Osprey Fountains community together with Corey. Kat received her Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis in Business Management from the University of North Florida. She is currently working on her Masters of Higher Education Administration here at UNF. Kat is originally from Austria which is one of the reasons why she is particularly passionate for learning about and experiencing different cultures and student involvement. In her free time, Kat loves traveling to new places, enjoying good music and playing board games.


 

                    
 R L C Corey Ulloa smiling    A R L C Kat Reisenbauer smiling

 Osprey Fountains Student Staff Fall2017

 

 

Student Staff Members of Osprey Fountains 2017-2018.