University of Florida
Since its founding over 160 years ago, University of Florida has continually pushed the boundaries of knowledge forward. With its finger on the pulse and an eye on the horizon, they have pursued the greatest heights of research and innovation, always together and always for the betterment of Florida and the world.
University of Florida is wonderfully diverse and comprehensive, with more than 100 undergraduate majors, more than 200 graduate programs, an amazing variety of experiential learning opportunities and numerous undergraduate and graduate students participating in research and scholarship.
Excellent faculty at the university are committed to teaching and interacting with students to both challenge students’ academic skills and encourage them to think in new ways. Its nationally renowned academic support professionals will help students navigate their courses & major and its student affairs staff are eager to assist with orientation, career counselling, leadership and volunteering opportunities and all the aspects of student life.
With the Florida sun beaming down every month of the year, students pursuits at UF won’t be restricted to the classroom. There are almost 1,000 student-run organizations, students can expect calendar to be full all year long. Beside this, with an active student body, recreation is a big part of life on campus. The university offer more than 60 intramural and club sports, personal training, and one of the best fitness facilities in the country.
Gators’ thirst for knowledge and success can be quenched in the lab. Their hunger can be satisfied at any of more than 45 dining spots on campus, which include national brands, vegetarian and vegan options. But it’s more than just where students eat, it’s where their food comes from. On campus, the university is committed to local and organic vendors, doing their part to help UF become carbon neutral by 2025.
University of Florida has a 2,000-acre campus and more than 900 buildings, including the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum-certified building in the state of Florida.
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