Just think of all the factors you have to take into consideration when choosing the right college. Will it be easy to establish a social life? How high are my chances of getting that internship I want? Will there be a million other students in my classes? Is it impossible to find a job on … More #MollyTheIntern Explains: Why UNF is the right fit
Writing a blog entry that covers the basics of Freshman Orientation was a piece of cake. But when my boss asked me to write an entry about my own personal experience with orientation and dorm life, I knew I’d have to go into the back of my closet to rummage through my little freshman memories … More #MollyTheIntern: Orientation, Random Strangers and a BFF
Nurture YOU at the University of North Florida! College is so much more than just going to class; it is where you lay the building blocks of who you will be in the future. The University of North Florida gives students an environment to build a strong foundation inside and out. For some, it’s the outside … More One More Reason to #BeAnOsprey: Nurture a Happier, Healthlier You
It is hard to deny one basic fact about UNF’s campus: it is BEAUTIFUL. Located on a 1300-acre nature preserve, the UNF campus has been nationally recognized for its strong commitment to the environment.
Written by: Alee Heaston Even though many freshmen fear the stories of random roommates, the limits of people to come to their room and the miniscule amount of parking spots… to me, it is still a dream. Being an RA on campus and an upper classmen I have realized the endless perks of still living on … More One More Reason to #BeAnOsprey: Lazy River
Jacksonville has the third largest military presence in the country. Because of this, the University of North Florida is familiar with the unique challenges military personnel and their dependents face when going to college.
This semester, the Admissions Marketing and Communications team hired our first student intern, Molly. We are very excited to welcome her to our team and have already started piling on the work.
Football doesn’t get bigger than the NFL. Jacksonville has the distinction of being home to one of only 32 NFL teams and the University of North Florida is located only minutes away from the action.
There is a reason Florida is called The Sunshine State. And where better to experience the Florida sun than at the University of North Florida.
The average college student takes approximately 15 college credit hours per semester. This means they are only in the classroom 15 hours per week. So what are you supposed to do with the remaining 153 hours per week? Get involved!