One More Reason To #BeAnOsprey: We’re What’s Up

We're What's Up

We at UNF don’t like to brag, but we’ve got some pretty impressive awards under our belt. In the last couple years alone, the University of North Florida has been named to more than a dozen “Best” lists compiled by big names like Forbes and Princeton Review for the awesome features we offer. Among these honors is our ranking as a Best Value Public University.

Financial stability of our students is a top priority for UNF faculty and staff. We want to help you feel comfortable with your finances while you’re enrolled as a student while providing you with the skills and knowledge you need to be fiscally sound after graduation. Our reasonably priced tuition is only one of the ways in which we accomplish that goal.

From scholarships to grants to Federal Work Study jobs, UNF offers students many opportunities to make your education less expensive and avoid often crushing student loan debt. Nearly half a million dollars is allocated next year to our Presidential Scholarships for high-achieving students. If your GPA and test scores are high enough, we might offer you a scholarship worth as much as $24,000. And, the best news of all is, they are automatically awarded. You don’t even have to apply for it!

Learn about more of the ways UNF helps make your undergrad experience more affordable by visiting

Your Personal Journey

We’re focused on you. Your personal journey in and out of the classroom is something we care deeply about. UNF fosters not only intellectual growth but also the cultural growth and civic awareness of our students. Simply, our goal is to prepare students for life and help them become significant contributors of their communities.

Ready to #BeAnOsprey? Apply now

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