The UNF Interfaith Center awarded the first ever interfaith community service scholarships in the US to two UNF students.
Starting Fall 2016, some Florida State College in Jacksonville students can enroll in a transfer program with UNF.
UNF’s Title IX Committee discussed the low awareness level students have of the national gender discrimination policy.
As UNF hands out degrees to graduates on May 1 during spring commencement at the UNF Arena, four students will be honored: three will be honored for outstanding records of volunteerism and caring spirits, and Garth Sangree will be awarded a posthumous bachelor’s degree…
UNF plans to turn building 26, formerly the Aquatic Center, into a recreational facility with hardwood floors, HVAC, offices and classrooms, begging the question: where’s the pool?
In the Auxiliary Oversight Committee meeting on Nov. 12 the measure to charge students a late fee of $100 on meal plan accounts was approved, among seven other authorized requests. This late fee will come into effect on Dec. 1, the due date for Spring 2015 meal plan payments.
UNF oversold Blue parking permits for two reasons: not factoring in having one less lot for Blue parking, and overselling Blue permits to faculty and staff. Starting Monday, Oct. 6, Blue permit holders can exchange their parking pass for a Gray permit and a refund.
Erica Mendoza, a senior majoring in fine arts with a concentration in sculpture, created a yellow 3-D sculpture that was installed at UNF today.
The Budget and Allocations Meeting on June 23 approved travel funding for two groups, determined Marsha Lupi will become interim dean, and instated new hours for the UNF Skate Park.
Do you feel safe at UNF? The school has two teams dedicated to crisis prevention and response, as well as a system derived from FEMA protocols.
On May 29th, archaeology professor and curator Keith Ashley will talk about the archaeology lab’s research on what Jacksonville was like in 1000 AD. The research and artifacts are part of The Museum of Science and History’s Uncovering the Past: New Archaeological Discoveries in Northeast Florida exhibit. The exhibit will […]
Biological Sciences Building ranks ninth most environmentally friendly university building in the world
The Biological Sciences Building with its state-of-the-art design and features has been ranked the 9th greenest building in the world by bestmastersdegrees.com.
The LGBT center is hosting the 8th annual Lavender Graduation, which is a ceremony for LGBT students to celebrate graduating and being open about their sexuality.
Drastic cuts to funding for the Child Development and Research Center mean less options for student parents and less student jobs on campus.
Construction on the Osprey Clubhouse will be complete May 1 and will feature a pool deck, laundry facilities, a game room, a gazebo, and Pita Pit.
University President John Delaney said John Rood, owner of The Flats at Kernan, is cautiously looking into selling The Flats to UNF.