If you’ve been to UNF, you’ve likely seen Rickey Calloway. Sometimes he’s pressure washing the sidewalks, sometimes he’s installing sprinklers, but no matter what he’s doing, he’s always working hard to keep UNF clean and beautiful. What you might not know about Calloway, though, is that when he finishes a […]
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UNF President John Delaney issued a statement Tuesday afternoon about missing UNF student George Louissaint Jr. “The UNF community is hopeful that the missing UNF student will be found soon…We appreciate everyone who is sharing his photo on social media in the hopes that someone will recognize him and share […]
UNF President John Delaney said students should report racial incidents and tolerate opposing viewpoints in an email sent to all students in light of an alleged increase of verbal assaults and discrimination following the 2016 presidential election. “The University has always protected freedom of speech, but we won’t tolerate intimidation […]
Florida Governor Rick Scott summoned UNF President John Delaney to Tallahassee because of a failure to notify the state about a downgrade in the university’s bond rating from an “A+” to an “A.”
University of North Florida President John Delaney will not be running for U.S. Congress.
The remaining $11 million required for renovating Skinner-Jones Hall was included in the Florida budget passed Friday March 11.
UNF President John Delaney discussed the university’s financial strains in a special edition of Osprey Update sent to faculty and staff Monday morning
Senators also passed the SG subsidized free printing program and swore in eleven new senators.
UNF’s small school feel and professor accessibility gets regional recognition.
The final meeting of the year saw the validation of a new motto for Enrollment Services and a new degree program in Deaf Education.
While most students were sleeping, tanning or traveling, UNF’s Board of Trustees was busy over Spring Break as they reviewed a number of items including several self-conducted audits.
Congregating in the Peace Plaza, they demanded $9 million for building renovations, as well as immediate in-state tuition for veterans and the children of undocumented immigrants.
For the fourth consecutive year, UNF has been named among The Princeton Review’s Top 75 “Best Value Colleges”. President John Delany said, “it increases the value of the degree, when you go out to the workplace or graduate school.”
With campuses closing left and left, UNF is monitoring changes in weather in case the president needs to close campus.
UNF will not be fighting the 1st District Court of Appeals ruling that a student has a right to keep a gun secured in their vehicle while parked on campus.
A new smartphone app called Tapshield strives to increase safety, but could end up complicating things.