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UNF Coronavirus Information 2021

Ensuring a safe and healthy campus depends on all of our personal and collective behaviors and actions. We are one Osprey family, and that means we always look out for each other and support one another in challenging times. Each of us must take steps to stay well and persistently protect each other, both on campus and in the community. Creating a safe and healthy environment for all Ospreys is a shared responsibility that will include protecting your own health, while also protecting your friends, family, classmates and colleagues.

As Ospreys, we are stronger together.

At the University of North Florida, we recognize our shared responsibility to protect ourselves, our fellow students, co-workers, friends, families, and others from the spread of COVID-19.


We are Ospreys, and we care about each other.

We will protect ourselves.

We will protect others.

We will protect our UNF community.

Four Pillars

UNF is instituting the following on-campus protocols to promote the health and wellness of the Osprey community. These protocols will help all of us keep the Osprey community safe and healthy.

Four Key Pillars of Shared Responsibility:

Wear mask in all areas of campus and better stronger logo
Do your part stay apart and people 6 feet apart maintaining social distance and better stronger logo
Wash your hands frequently or use sanitizer with faucet and better stronger logo
Screen Yourself Daily and stay home if sick with thermometer and better stronger logo

On-Campus Testing

Free, walk-in COVID-19 testing is available to all UNF students, faculty and staff from May 10 - July 29 at Osprey Landing, Building W, in the courtyard outside Room 106, as follows:

  • Monday, Thursday: Open 1 to 3:30 p.m.

For more information, please visit the UNF testing section on our website.


Recent Announcements

May 7

Updated Guidance Re: Masks on Campus

Based on guidance from the State University System of Florida, effective immediately the University of North Florida highly recommends, but no longer requires, masking on campus.

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Past Updates




UNF Cases

Together, we will protect each other, and we will emerge better and stronger.




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