Office of Parent and Family Programs

Welcome

Welcome to the University of North Florida. In 2005 the Office of Parent and Family Programs was established in recognition of the vital role parents play in the academic success of their students.  Because parents are a very important part of the University community, we will make every effort to promote parent communication and involvement. Whether you are parents of new or returning students, we hope your experience with UNF is positive and rewarding.

 

This website will help you stay connected to the University. We will provide you information about our services and benefits and will keep you informed about campus activities and events. Also included is information that will serve as a resource throughout your student’s college career.

 

We encourage you to visit your daughter or son on campus during the Family Weekend which is held annually in October each year.  Through the Parent Association, you will find networking opportunities with parents and ways to become more involved with UNF.  If you need personal service, send your request to parents@unf.edu or call the office at (904) 620-1567.

 

Purpose of the Office of Parent and Family Programs

The Office of Parent and Family Programs was established to strengthen ties with parents in further support of the academic and personal success of students, to provide on-going communication between the University and UNF parents, and to further engage parents in UNF events, programs and activities. 

 

2015 UNF Parent Association Satisfaction Survey

In an effort to improve the services and programs we provide, the Office of Parent and Family Programs is seeking parent, guardian, and family input through this 10 minute survey based on your experiences during the last academic year (Fall 2014-Summer 2015). The feedback you provide will help assess, evaluate and improve our support of parents and families of UNF students. 

 

 

2015 UNF Parent Association Satisfaction Survey

 

 

Parent(s)/Guardian/Family of the Year Award

Want to show your parent(s)or guardian just how much you appreciate everything they have done for you?
 
Then nominate him, her or them for the 2015 Parent(s)/Guardian of the Year Award. The UNF Parents Association has created this award to honor the parent(s)/guardian that has/have supported, guided, encouraged, inspired and positively influenced the life of his, her or their student. This special award will be presented at a ceremony during Family Weekend Oct. 16-18, 2015. (The winner must be present.) Tell us why your mom, dad, stepmom, stepdad, grandparents or guardians are the most special people in the world to you.

• All UNF undergraduate students are eligible to nominate their parent(s)/guardian for the award.
• The Parent(s)/Guardian of the Year recipient must attend the annual UNF Family Weekend for the award presentation.
• All entries will be judged in strict confidentiality by the award committee. Your name and information will be removed from the application in order to ensure an unbiased decision.
• The recipient will receive a free hotel stay for Family Weekend, a congratulatory letter, gift, and the nominating essay will be printed in the Osprey Parents News.
• By submitting this form, you are granting the Parents Association permission to mail your nominee a copy of the entry form.
 
Nomination Form

 

Please submit your nomination form no later than Sept, 18, 2015.
 
For more information please contact Jeanne Middleton at (904) 620-1567 or parents@unf.edu


Offer Feedback

Feedback from parents is important. We take your suggestions seriously. Please e-mail: parents@unf.edu and let us know what we can do to help.

 

You can see the results of our 2011 Parent Survey here. You can also go here for a summary version of the data.

 

 

 

Office Information

Director

Jeanne Middleton

jmiddlet@unf.edu 

(904) 620-1567

 

Coordinator

Katie Delaney

k.delaney@unf.edu

(904) 620-1538

 

Location:

Frederick H. Schultz Hall

Building 9, Suite 1103

 

Fax:

(904) 620-5427

 

Parent Hotline:

parents@unf.edu

 

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