Every year, parking is a common complaint among UNF students and faculty. Does the problem lie with the availability of spots or how far drivers are forced to walk?
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A $7 million parking garage is being built next semester — something President John Delaney did not see the need for in June.
As of Monday, Parking and Transportation Services is allowing students with more than 60 credit hours and AA transfer students to purchase parking permits. Parking permits began to go on sale in stages starting July 16, depending on the the number of credit hours a student a earned thus far.
Student Government and UNF administration will both pay for numerous expenses.
The UNF Bookstore is catching on to the green movement diminishing its plastic bag dispersal and providing cloth bags for students. Vince Smyth, director of auxiliary services, said the blue cloth bags are already in use and bookstore employees are giving them to incoming freshmen at their orientation. For current […]
Mr. President, I did not cross a decency line. I used the best and most well-intended judgement throughout this process.
Members of the UNF Health Promotion staff believe the rise in throat cancer can be attributed to a change in our culture’s view of oral sex. Scientists across the country are finding oral sex causes throat cancer — passing tobacco as the leading cause in the United States. The reason […]
Outdated Osprey Café will be torn down this semester to make room for a new state of the art facility.
Parking services have a new cutoff time for parking tickets starting in the 2011 spring semester.
UNF Parking Services sends unpaid citations to the collection agency.
Students wanting a few more minutes to study in the Library won’t have to worry about missing the shuttle anymore. UNF recently purchased a shuttle tracking system which allows students to track the location of the Osprey Connector online and through iPhone application. By logging on to unf.transloc.com, students, faculty […]
The Department of Facilities Planning has advised the UNF Board of Trustees to abolish Lot 7, eliminate some premium parking in Lot 9 to make room for more designated parking and to eliminate some designated parking in Lot 2 to make room for additional visitor and vendor parking, said Vince Smyth, director of Auxiliary Services.
After a year in service, the Osprey Connector shuttle has made some adjustments in service to improve the overall quality offered to UNF students, officials said. To increase visibility, the route signs on the shuttles have been color-coded: the north route is red and the south route is blue. Early-morning hours have also been […]