With a variety of activities to choose from that bring
students together and complement classroom learning, the University of North
Florida combines a top-notch education with a full college experience.
popular Thomas G. Carpenter Library provides a flexible and vibrant academic
environment offering state-of-the-art technology, rare materials in Special
Collections, a student art gallery, group study spaces and more to support collaboration,
critical thinking and student success.
19 NCAA Division I sports teams, UNF competes in the Atlantic Sun Conference offering
students, alumni and fans exciting match-ups in exceptional facilities. Osprey
student-athletes also excel in the classroom earning a cumulative GPA of 3.34
for the 2106-17 academic year, the highest in program history.
- UNF’s Taylor Leadership Institute
empowers students to be effective and ethical leaders through the Annual Student
Leadership Summit, the Interdisciplinary Leadership Minor and more. These
programs integrate classroom learning with real-world leadership giving
students an edge in the job market and graduate school.
3,400 Ospreys live on campus in outstanding residence halls that have been
recognized nationally for comfort and style.
get involved on campus through more than 200 clubs and organizations and 26 fraternities
or sororities. Students also can participate in 15 intramural sports programs,
which take advantage of state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor facilities.
- There’s something for everyone in the
Student Wellness Complex, a modern comprehensive wellness facility that
houses the largest fitness center in northeast Florida, a 34-foot climbing
wall, a 1/8-mile indoor track and several group fitness rooms.
recreation and an abundance of wildlife — including ospreys — are easy to find
on the University’s 1,400-acre campus, which includes a nature preserve, hiking
trails and areas set aside for eco adventures as well as equipment for
kayaking, paddleboarding and zip lining.
- In the 2016-17 academic year, UNF students
participated in community-based experiences — for nearly 1 million hours —
either through courses or engagement opportunities organized by student groups,
clubs or athletic teams.