Living on campus

While living on campus your first-year at UNF may no longer be a requirement, there’s no denying that students who live on campus at UNF have more advantages over students who commute. In addition to the pleasure of living on our beautiful campus, resident students also enjoy many everyday conveniences and social benefits. So let’s get to know our four, first-year housing options!

Osprey Hall

Osprey Hall is UNF’s most traditional college residence hall. It is located in the heart of campus across from Candy Cane Lake and next to the Osprey Café. So obviously, being 10 steps from the Osprey Café is a huge perk!

The Osprey Hall is a three-story building with 180 square feet of carpeted living space and feature large windows overlooking lakefront and wooded scenery. This is the only housing facility on campus with community bathrooms and features a small kitchen area on each floor. Community bathrooms may sound scary, but don’t stress! Genders are separated by hall and each hall is limited-access, so only those with access can enter with their key card. Community bathrooms also means you don’t have to fight with your roommates over who cleans it. Our amazing custodial staff cleans the bathroom daily.

Osprey Hall Features

Osprey Hall Fall 2017/Spring 2018 Rates

Double occupancy (per person/per semester) – $2,250

Private occupancy (per semester) – $3,450

Osprey Landing and Osprey Cove

The Osprey Landing and Osprey Cove facilities are a modified suite-style option in which residents share a room and their own private bathroom. These are 12’ by 32’ rooms that exit to an outdoor covered walkway and feature built-in closets, central heat and air conditioning and movable hardwood furnishings.

Features

  • Two 48″ x 32.5″ windows
  • Vanity area (31″ high”)
  • Adjustable beds (rise up to 32″)
  • Moveable hardwood furniture
  • Luxury vinyl flooring
  • Large closets (59″w x 28″d x 67″h OR 66″w x 24″d x 67″ h)
  • Private bathroom with 28″ x 57″ tub (43 total square feet)
  • Utilities are included in rent
  • Satellite television service
  • High-speed Ethernet access
  • Lounge Area on Each Floor
  • In-building laundry facility

Osprey Landing and Cove Rates

Summer B 2017

Double occupancy (per person/per semester) – $1,160

Triple occupancy (per person/per semester) – $1,000

Fall 2017/Spring 2018

Double occupancy (per person/per semester) – $2,900

Triple occupancy (per person/per semester) – $2,500

Private occupancy (per person/per semester) – $4,950

Osprey Crossings

Osprey Crossings is a 500-bed multipurpose facility that allows students the freedom to move about through an expansive lobby complete with an atrium. Once a resident is in the building, they will be able to enter their room or meet with friends in one of the many lounges. Laundry facilities are included on the first floor in each of the three buildings.

Osprey Crossings is a modified suite-style option in which residents share a room with their own private bath. Described as an efficiency without a kitchen, the large (12’x 32′) room has features such as built-in closets, central heat and air conditioning and moveable hardwood furnishings. Rooms also offer a vanity-sink and a small snack area in which students may add their own microwave and efficiency size refrigerator.

Features

  • Rooms open to internal atrium
  • Two 48″ x 32.5″ windows
  • Vanity area (31″ high”)
  • Adjustable beds (rise up to 32″)
  • Moveable hardwood furniture
  • Mostly carpeted rooms
  • Large closets (59″w x 28″d x 67″h OR 66″w x 24″d x 67″ h)
  • Private bathroom with 28″ x 57″  tub (43 total square feet)
  • Utilities are included in rent
  • Satellite television service
  • High-speed Ethernet access
  • Lounge area on each floor
  • In-building laundry fAacility

Osprey Crossings Rates

Fall 2017/Spring 2018

Double Occupancy (per person/per semester) – $3,150

Triple Occupancy (per person/per semester) – $2,500

Private Occupancy (per person/per semester) – $5,300

So no matter where you decide to live on campus, the experience is everything you make it! So get involved, get connected and enjoy your time in college. There really is nothing quite like this period of your life. If you need help navigating the housing options contact our Housing and Residence Life Office, they would love to help you.

Need more? Watch this webinar from our director of Housing and Residence Life, Bob Boyle!


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