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The mission of the University of North Florida Intercollegiate Athletic Program is to provide a high level, broad-based program of intercollegiate athletics for student-athletes who demonstrate academic and athletic excellence.To accomplish this, the program is committed to the principles of fairness, gender equity, community involvement, and moral and fiscal responsibility. As a regional university, the program reflects the athletic interests of northeast Florida and brings identity and recognition to the University.
The Northeast Florida Center for Community Initiatives (CCI) is dedicated to providing high quality research and evaluation support to community, local, state and federal programs affecting community life in Northeast Florida.
The Center for Nutrition and Food Security (CNFS) serves as a gateway to the University for non-profit Agencies, government programs, professional organizations, and industry personnel by exploring solutions to food insecurity and malnutrition.
The Center for Economic and GIS Research (CEGR) is an interdisciplinary Center providing research and science based solutions in a variety of business settings.
The Division of Continuing Education provides a wide range of non-credit courses and certificate programs, some of which are offered on-line, designed to offer convenience, flexibility and exceptional value. These courses and programs target individuals who are preparing for graduate school, seeking certification, looking for advancement, changing careers or just love to learn.
UNF's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) provides intellectual, social and cultural enrichment opportunities in a climate that fosters friendship and a mutual sharing of ideas and life experiences. OLLI offers courses, ED-ventures, Speaker Series programs and other special events. OLLI is a year-round, member-centered, member-led, member-staffed program for those 50 years and better in Northeast Florida.
The Environmental Center at the University of North Florida was founded in 2004. Its mission is to establish, develop and support cross-disciplinary education and research related to the environment. The Center fosters programs for students, faculty, and staff to pursue environmental activities through academics, research, and extracurricular activities. The Center conducts and supports campus infrastructural projects involving sustainability and the campus's natural environment.
The Florida Engineering Education Delivery System (FEEDS) is a distance learning system that delivers course content through live-recorded class sessions, and then web cast over the internet for on-demand streaming of recorded lectures.
UNF Fraternity & Sorority Life strives to provide students with a healthy and inclusive environment that fosters personal growth, commitment to the greater community, and an unparalleled leadership experience which in turn attracts students seeking to better themselves and produces students who set the standard among others in their lives after college.
The Public Opinion Research Laboratory (PORL) is a full-service survey research facility that provides tailored research to fulfill each client's individual needs. The PORL at the University of North Florida is dedicated to conducting studies that contribute to the knowledge and understanding of salient social, economic, business, and health issues.
The Coggin College of Business Local Economic Indicators Project (LEIP) provide not just local Jacksonville economic and business data, but also business and economic data for the State of Florida, the United States and the world.
The Department of Media Relations works as a liaison to the media to inform the public about events, research and other newsworthy happenings at the University. The office also helps the media to locate University experts to comment on today's news or topics of interest.
The Hicks Honors College demonstrates its commitment to academic and cultural growth, civic awareness and student success by fostering a community of intellectually curious global citizens. The Honors First Year Colloquium explores immigration and national identity in a class while building critical thinking, interpersonal, and leadership skills through a student-run service project helping refugees.