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University of North FloridaWelcome!
President John DelaneyPresident of the University for 9 yearsFocus on an individualized approach to studentsCommitted to the students“No one like you. No place like this.”
University OverviewEstablished in 1972Distinguished by the quality of its academic programs and student support services
University Overview1 of 11 State universities in Florida16,700 students, medium-sized UniversityStudent to faculty ratio of 23:1Over 1,300 acres of preserved timberland and nature trails
Voted 6 times among the Top 10 “Best Deals” in the U.S. by U.S. News & World Report The 2010 Princeton Review named UNF as one of the “Best Southeastern Colleges in the USA” Voted “Best Looking” campus by Florida Leader magazineUniversity Overview
Kiplinger Personal Finance named UNF one of the “Best Value Public Colleges”UNF Student Union was ranked No. 4 in the “Florida Top 100 Buildings” competitionThe Sierra Club named UNF among the top 100 “Coolest Green Schools” University Overview
Near the University7 miles from the beach12 miles from downtownSt. Johns Town Center shopping area
Jacksonville, FloridaGeorgiaJacksonvilleFloridaAlabamaPopulation of 1.38 million (estimated) A wide arrangement of entertainment, cultural, and recreational opportunities available
Professional American football team (“Jaguars”)Nearby beachesMuseum of Contemporary ArtMemorial Day Jazz FestivalThriving downtownJacksonville, Florida
Sub-tropical climateA two-hour drive fromWalt Disney WorldUniversal Studios Sea World Jacksonville, Florida
30 minutes from St. Augustine, the oldest city in the U.S.Easy driving distance to: Daytona Beach Orlando Tampa Miami Key West AtlantaJacksonville, Florida
Academics58 undergraduate majors with 100 areas of concentrationAverage Class Size: 34
Academics5 Colleges:College of Arts and SciencesBrooks College of HealthCoggin College of BusinessCollege of Education and Human ServicesCollege of Computing, Engineering and Construction
Academic Flagship ProgramsTransportation and LogisticsNursingInternational BusinessNutrition and DieteticsMusicCoastal Biology
College of Arts and SciencesLargest college at UNFPopular MajorsGraphic DesignMathematics* *Graduate Assistantships availableBiologyInternational StudiesCommunications
Brooks College of HealthState of the art lab facilitiesMost Popular Majors Nursing Health Administration Physical Therapy Public Health
Coggin College of BusinessOne of the most international colleges on campusHands on learning opportunities availableMost Popular Majors International Business Management Accounting Finance Marketing
College of Computing, Engineering and ConstructionUndergraduate hands-on, real world research projectsMost Popular Majors Electrical Engineering Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Computer and Information Sciences
On Campus LivingFreshman are required to live on campusOpportunities to interact with other students on campusResidence Hall Options Osprey Hall The Crossings Osprey Landing Osprey Cove Osprey Village Osprey Fountains
Osprey HallFirst-Time-In-College housingTraditional college residence hall Shared bathroom on each levelIn-building laundry facilityLounge area on each floor
Osprey Landing and Osprey Cove450-bed facilitySuite-style rooms (with bathroom)Laundry facilities availableLounges on each level with TVs, cooking facilities, and/or classroom/meeting areas for studying or socializing
Osprey VillageUpper level housingApartment-style livingKitchen and bathroomFully furnishedLaundry facilities availableOne bedroom or two bedroom options
Osprey FountainsUpper level housingApartment-style livingKitchen and bathroomFully furnishedLaundry facilities available
UNF Food ServicesFull service cafeteriaFood court in the Student UnionStarbucks coffee shop
Over 160 student clubson campus: Surf ClubArt of Hip HopClub SoccerLanguage ClubsOsprey SpiritUniversity Game RoomPing PongVideo GamesComputersBilliardsUNF Campus Life
International Student Club:Hosts on and off campus activitiesAnnual ISA Dinner Dance2010 Club of the Year! “Welcome Back” picnic A great way to meet other international and U.S. studentsVolunteer opportunities UNF Campus Life
Nationally known music groups and comedians perform on campusFree movies on and off campusUNF Campus Life
Facilities FREE for students:Aquatic CenterStudent Wellness ComplexNature TrailsCanoeing Racket Ball CourtsStudent Recreation
Doors opened Fall 201219.5 million dollar facility State-of-the-art fitness equipment The largest, most comprehensive wellness center in Northeast FloridaStudent Wellness Complex
Student Wellness Complex
NCAA Division I13 Intercollegiate Athletic programsUNF Athletics – Go Ospreys!
Baseball Basketball Soccer Tennis Cross Country Track and Field GolfMen’s Sports
SoftballBasketballSoccerTennisVolleyballGolfWomen’s SportsCross CountryTrack and FieldSwimming and DivingSand Volleyball
UNF Application Deadlines
Application for AdmissionsApplication fee of $30 USD High School TranscriptsTest Scores (SAT or ACT)SAT minimum 460 Critical Reading 460 Mathoverall 1100ACT minimum18 English19 Reading19 Mathoverall 24UNF Admissions First Time in College
Application for Admissions (online or download form) Application fee USD $30.00 High School TranscriptsCollege/University TranscriptsTest Scores (SAT or ACT)SAT minimum 460 Critical Reading460 MathOverall 1080ACT minimum18 English19 Reading19 MathOverall 23UNF Admissions lower-level transfer
Application for AdmissionsApplication fee USD $30.00 College/University TranscriptsTOEFL Test Scores Minimums:500/550 * paper-based 173/213 *computer based61/79 * internet-based * minimum score required for business majors UNF Admissions upper-level transfer
UNF Cost Per YearTuition and Fees: Room and Board: Books and Supplies: Miscellaneous Expenses: (health insurance, transportation)$16,560$8,880$900$6,415Total: $32,755Based on a 12 credit undergraduate course load:
ScholarshipsFTIC Presidential Scholarships * Tiers are dependent on GPA and SAT/ACT ScoreLatin American and Caribbean ScholarshipsFlorida/Brazil Linkage Institute Waivers * contact us for more information
ScholarshipsFTIC Presidential Scholarship:Tier 1: 1230 SAT/27 ACT and 3.4 GPA ($1000 year)Tier 2: 1300 SAT/29 ACT and 3.0 GPA ($2000 year)Tier 3: 1230 SAT/27 ACT and 3.7 GPA ($2500 year)Tier 4: 1300 SAT/29 ACT and 3.7 GPA ($3750 year)Tier 5: 1400 SAT/32 ACT and 4.0 GPA ($6000 year)* Each tier has a limited number of scholarships available. However, the scholarships do NOT require an additional application.
ScholarshipsLinkage Institutes:There is a Brazil/Florida Institute: Each institute is allowed to exempt up to 25 full-time equivalent students per year from the respective host countries to study in any of the state universities or community colleges in this state as resident students for tuition purposes.*LAC can be combine with a Presidential Academic Scholarship, greatly reducing the cost of tuition!
ScholarshipsLAC Scholarship:The LAC Scholarship provides the student with an opportunity to pay in-state tuition rates, saving them a significant amount of money on tuition.Application requirements:Applying for Fall semester as a first time in college student (Freshmen applicant)Citizen of a Latin American or Caribbean country Estimated in-State tuition rates = $208.00 per credit hour 24.0 credits hours per year x $208.00 = $4,992.00*LAC can be combine with a Presidential Academic Scholarship, greatly reducing the cost of tuition!
Application for AdmissionsApplication fee USD 30.00Academic CredentialsEnglish Language ProficiencyTOEFL minimum 79IELTS minimum 6.5 band Test Scores Non-business majors GRE minimum 1000 Business majors GMAT 20 verbal; 22 quantitative; overall 500)UNF Admissions for Graduate School
Tuition and Fees: Room and Board: Books and Supplies: Miscellaneous Expenses: (health insurance, transportation)$18,738$8,880$900$6,415Total: $34,933Based on a 9 hour graduate course load:UNF Estimated One Year Cost
Be accepted to UNFSubmit the Affidavit of Financial Support and Bank CertificationHeath Requirements Immunization Documentation FormMedical InsuranceGetting your I-20
English Language ProgramYear round schedule22 hours of intensive instruction per weekSmall personal classesStudents from 35 or more countriesQualified instructors who are native English speakers
The ELP offers five levels of English instruction:Level 1: Beginning EnglishLevel 2: Intermediate EnglishLevel 3: Advanced EnglishLevel 4: Pre-University EnglishLevel 5: Bridge to the UniversityEnglish Language Program
English Language ProgramActivities:Speaking clubMusic clubLanguage partners with American studentsVolunteer opportunitiesField trips to local attractionsHoliday parties
Work and Play!
English Language ProgramTuition: Health Insurance: Living Expenses:$3,950$400$3,400Total: $7,750Based on one semester of study:
English Language ProgramSpring 2014 Full Semester (13 weeks)Full Semester: January 13 - April 18Placement Test: January 7Summer 2014 Full Semester (13 weeks)Full Semester: May 5 – August 1Placement Test: April 29Fall 2014 Full Semester (13 weeks)Full Semester: Sept 8 – Dec 5Placement Test: Sept 2
Thank you!We look forward to seeing you at the University of North Florida!