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University of North Florida

United States
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About University of North Florida

The University of North Florida is a public university located in Jacksonville, Fla. A member institution of the State University System of Florida, UNF is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, masters and doctorate degrees. 

Campus information

The 1,381-acre campus in Northeast Florida is considered a driver in the region, with an annual economic impact of nearly $1 billion. Each year, 4,000 students graduate from the university's five colleges: the Brooks College of Health, the Coggin College of Business, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction and the College of Education and Human Services.

The University currently has an enrollment of more than 16,000 students and employs more than 500 full-time faculty. UNF is organized into five colleges that offer more than 50 undergraduate degree programs and about 30 graduate-degree programs, with distinguished Flagship Programs in international business, coastal biology, nursing, nutrition, transportation and logistics and music. 

UNF has more than 200 clubs and organizations for students, as well as an active Student Government and Greek life. Spinnaker Media is a student-run magazine, radio and television operation that has won a number of national awards. 
 

University of North Florida is located amid a natural preserve in the largest city in terms of land area in the continental United States

Accommodation

UNF requires all first-year students to live in on-campus housing. UNF students who begin in the summer or fall terms are required to live in campus housing during their first fall and spring terms. Students who begin in the spring term will need to live on campus during that first spring term and during the next fall term. Housing during the summer is not mandated.

When living in campus housing during the first year, students must also purchase an on-campus meal plan, including those students who elect to live on campus during their initial summer term. There are several different meal plans to choose from depending on the student’s individual needs. The minimal plan provides for 10 meals per week.

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