University of North Florida Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (16)
My experience at UNF was a positive one; I love the vibrancy of the campus - an ambience for learning, growing and pursuing one lifes purpose. The faculty is exceptional, and the courses curriculum challenging, but well worth it in the end. On graduation day the sense of accomplishment experienced is overwhelming!
Great school, with a lot to offer its students. The campus is beautiful and they take a real interest in health and nature. We have nature trails and a great gym complex. I personal had a lot of class in the newly built scenic building, it's a great place to study and enjoy your time outside
While I did not pursue a career that is associated with the degree I earned, I felt that everything in the experience of earning the degree was valuable to me. The professors were excellent, the campus is beautiful, and the potentials are endless. While the school does not have an extremely active athletics program (the baseball/ softball, volleyball, and basketball programs are good), there is still a strong sense of pride in having been a student at UNF.
This school will do anything and everything to deter you from graduating. They have no concern for the common good of the students and will charge you with hidden fees as much as possible. I would not recommend this school to my enemy and hope that people are not put in the same position as I was from them. Especially J. B. from records at UNF.
University of North Florida's Deaf Studies program was a wonderful one! The information and educational practices taught by the professors was always appropriate and up-to-date. I am truly thankful for the excellent professors at the University of North Florida and would not be where I am today without them! If you are looking for a program for educating students who are deaf/hard of hearing, I would HIGHLY recommend the University of North Florida! Go Ospreys!
The University of North Florida was a great school with many different opportunities for growth. The academic advisors were very helpful and had my best interest at heart. Getting to know my professors greatly aided in my experience. Utilize their office hours as much as you can.
The University of North Florida gave me not only information that prepared me for the future in my field of study but information that prepared me for everyday life. With a diverse set of students and facility I was able to grow as a person. Upon graduating I was able to immediately obtain a full time job. I have since decided to purse my masters degree in Occupational Therapy and will be starting at the University of St. Augustine in May.
I attended the University of North Florida from 2004 to 2008. Overall it was a good school, good curriculum, and good financial aid. I received a scholarship from the University in addition to my Bright Futures scholarship. It's one of the youngest universities in the Florida public university system and one of the least expensive. There are ample alumni networking opportunities and while the university is constantly growing, it's small enough for you to feel valued.
The University of North Florida is a great campus with lush nature trails and dedicated staff. The university isn't overwhelmingly large (about 16,000 students) but it is big enough for students to meet plenty of new faces and get a full college experience. From shopping at weekly Market Days to zip lining at the Osprey Challenge Course to joining one of over 200 registered clubs, UNF offers plenty of opportunities to get involved.
I'm very glad that I chose to go to UNF. I lived on campus all four years, and the dorms are good. Beautiful campus. It's small relative to most other universities in the state with most everything within walking distance, but there are free shuttles that go around campus and to the Town Center. The city bus system also makes a couple stops on campus. No football team, but the whole school gets fired up for the basketball team, cramming the arena on big game days. My professors were all interested in what they were teaching, and all of my engineering professors incorporated their own research and career experiences into their lessons. Smaller class sizes made asking questions a lot easier and created a close-knit community of peers.