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Student Reviews of University of Florida

3.9
based on 565 reviews
  • Philip from Jacksonville, FL

    A lot of people complain about dorm life on campus. To be honest it can be really messy and loud at random times in the day. RAs are suppose to enforce quiet hours when it gets late, but not all of them do. There is a big discussion when it comes… more read full review

    A lot of people complain about dorm life on campus. To be honest it can be really messy and loud at random times in the day. RAs are suppose to enforce quiet hours when it gets late, but not all of them do. There is a big discussion when it comes to dorm life that many of the dorms don't have air conditioning. Which is a problem with it's 80 degrees outside everyday in the summer and fall. But that statement isn't entirely true. Some of the old dorms like Murphree and Cyrpress hall had AC problems for awhile, but most of them have been, are are being fixed. Living off campus is cheaper as long as you have some sort of transportation, be it a scooter or a car for your grocery runs. Overall I will say that living in the dorms has many drawbacks, but if i'm being honest there are many positives too. First off, it's extremely convenient to be relatively close to everything on campus when you live in a dorm. Secondly, you'll make a lot of friends on your floor. Most of my close friend group came from living on the same floor of Trusler hall. If you asked me to redo my Freshman year and ask me to decide between a dorm and an apartment, I would go dorm with the dorm over again. Just for the experience. But as an incoming college student, if one of your main priorities is to save as much money as possible, try to find an apartment. read full review

  • Phoi from Port Saint Lucie, FL

    This school is my ideal school. It offers many classes and opens the path to many opportunities for later on. I will be applying here for my incoming year in 2017. read full review

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