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Meet with us!

The Office of Undergraduate Research offers personalized appointments for getting started in research, finding conferences, grant writing, and more. Walk-ins are welcome if the appropriate staff member is available to meet. If someone is unavailable, then our office assistant will help you schedule an appointment. 


We are located in Founder's Hall (building 2) in suite 1200 with Undergraduate Studies. Use our online appointment manager to schedule an appointment with an OUR Ambassador and use Calendly to make an appointment with the coordinator.


Meeting information

Major advising appointments 

You will have a 30 minute one-on-one meeting with an OUR Ambassador to discuss getting started in research. You do not need to bring anything to this meeting. Your ambassador will cover what research looks like in your major, some important points about conducting research at UNF, how to research what type of research faculty members in your department are doing, how to contact faculty about their research, and more. Feel free to ask any questions about research or UNF, in general, at this meeting. If your ambassador does not know the answer to one of your questions, then they will look up the answer and will get back with you within 24 hours. 

The last day to meet with an Ambassador in 2018 is Friday, November 30. Appointments will begin again in late January.


Specialty appointments 

You will have a 30 minute one-on-one meeting with the OUR Coordinator. It is important to note that this meeting is not to help you get started in research. These meetings are for students that have met with an OUR Ambassador but were unable to secure a faculty member to conduct research with or for assistance with conference searches, test prep information, grant writing assistance, poster design, help with CV and personal statement, and graduate school searches. If you schedule a meeting for poster design assistance, then you should email a copy of your poster to before your appointment.


If you are unsure of which meeting to schedule, email and someone will advise you on which appointment to make.