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Osprey Voice Survey Proposals and Results

The University and Student Affairs Committee (USA) is responsible for acting as a liaison between the University of North Florida's student body, University Administration, and Student Government. Additionally, it promotes programs and activities, locally or nationally, that are in the interests of the University of North Florida. In order to do this, the committee creates monthly Osprey Voice campus surveys, and also hosts one Round-table each semester, so students can share their ideas and opinions on various matters.

If you would like to submit any suggestions for questions you can fill out the Osprey Voice Proposal Form located at the front desk in the Rotunda, Building 58E/3300 or fill out this form.

**Detailed question results are available to the public by emailing**

  • What is Osprey Voice?
    Osprey Voice is a research tool used by Student Government to gather information about issues or initiatives pertaining to the Student-Body. The survey consists of questions focused on collecting data to proceed with initiatives and make UNF a better experience for the students. The Student Body President, Senate President, and University and Student Affairs Committee Chair compose questions depending on the issues that are presented to Student Government and then the University and Student Affairs Committee approves the survey before it is given out to students.
  • Results will be posted here:
  • What is Round Table?
    The University & Student Affairs Committee is responsible for hosting a Round Table (Town Hall), a two day event in which Senators engage the student body on various issues of student concern. This should be held at least once per each fall and spring semester.
  • Results will be posted here: