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University of Florida, Gainesville

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  • We visited on a Tuesday afternoon, as I wanted to visit this unique educational center. We arrived late in the afternoon, so some of the museums were closed, but I was able to see the Gators Athletic ...  more »
  • When planning a trip to UF (University of Florida) I recommend that you go on the day of an event, or make reservations for the things you would like to do there. There are not many buildings that you...  more »
  • Highly recommend the UF Bookstore for Gator Gear. They have everything clothing wise you could want and especially items that are sport specific. We were even given a 30% off coupon. Workers were extr...  more »
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  • We've been on 3 college tours now and this school by far was the best. I took a tour with my daughter a week ago and was very impressed. The 2 tour guides we had were very knowledgeable about everything. The campus gave us that small town feel. It was also clean and very well kept up. Very impressive especially since part of it was built back in the 1920's. We also got the impression that there was a lot of school spirit and pride. Looking forward to seeing my daughter become a Gator.
  • Having received my Bachelor's Degree from here, it was so good that I went back and got my Master's Degree. The University of Florida has great academic and athletic prowess, allowing for students to find community in whatever way best represents them. It's great to be a Florida Gator! Go Gators!
  • The customer service is awesome! Every time I had a concern or problem about my library card, status, holds, immunization records, etc. they went out of their way to help. The secret is in calling, they either help you right away or transfer you to someone who can. They are never a disappointment. Makes me proud of being in such a professional school and friendly school.
  • I was one of the applicants for one of their graduate programs. After submitting my application, I emailed them several times and they never replied. I tried to call their department several times, and they either didn't pick up the phone calls or didn't provide helpful information. I knew by the time that I shouldn't have applied to them. When they finally declined my application, they don't even try to address my name. They put "Dear Applicant," in the email as if I don't have a name. It's not the rejection that make me upset, it's how they handle applicants. I got rejected politely by some schools and I wasn't upset because they replied my emails quickly every single time and offer me helps through the application process. I have 3.95 GPA and a publication published in my undergrad study. I got into some top 50 private schools' graduation programs. I don't recommend anyone to apply to their graduate program because I don't think they really review your application carefully at all.
  • They have helped my Mother more than any other Doctor' out there and she has seen a number of them. They seem to care and seek answers. Thankful.