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Housing and Residence Life

Roommate Resources

Sharing a room with other people can be one of the most exciting parts of college life! Living with someone else, though, is not always without challenges. We have designed this website to provide resources to help you navigate life with your roommate(s) here at UNF.

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Roommate Bill of Rights

The top priority of the Department of Housing and Residence Life is to provide living environments that allow residents to feel safe and secure so they can thrive and pursue their academic goals.
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Finding Roommates

One of the top questions we get from students is how to find roommates.
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Roommate Tools

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Steps to Resolving Roommate Concerns

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Conflict Resolution Tips

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Report a Roommate Concern

There are a number of ways to report a concern with your roommate. We have created the form, Report a Roommate Concern, as a way for you to report a concern with your roommate at any time of day. These forms are sent to your Residence Life Coordinator. They are reviewed during business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Please note, this form is not to be used for emergency situations. If your concern is an emergency, please contact the University Police Department at (904)620-2800. We have Department of Housing and Residence Life student and professional staff on call 24/7 for handling crises. You can reach our on-call staff by calling (904) 620-5000.

Roommate Concern Form