Orientation: Central Hub

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There is a lot of information parents and students need to know leading up to New Student Orientation. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.  In addition to frequent e-mail communication students will be receiving between now and Orientation (hint hint: check personal and UNF e-mail accounts often for important updates) we have used the UNF Admissions Blog as a central hub for important 2015 Orientation information. This way, you can access our blog at your leisure and read up on all of it or just the parts you have questions about! Continue reading

Webinar Recap: Campus Recreation

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Justin Cato, Assistant Director for Intramural and Club Sports, recently joined us to talk about the different activities and clubs offered at UNF and how students can get involved. You can watch the entire webinar below, or read on to get the key points!

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Webinar Recap: Countdown to College

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One of our own UNF alumna turned Admissions Coordinator, Danica Mandarano, gives us her tips on preparing for college. She walks you through the process of deciding on a school, applying, paying and settling in. If you missed her live presentation, you can watch the full webinar below. But for now, here are some important points to remember.

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Webinar Recap: LGBT Resource Center

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One of the many resources that UNF offers is the LGBT Center. The LGBT Center provides a safe space on campus for the LGBT community and it’s allies. Kaitlin Legg, Assistant Director, and Jake Moore, Program Director, hosted our latest webinar to give us some more information about what the LGBT center has to offer.

UNF is the only Florida school to rank in the top 50 of College Choice’s Best LGBT Friendly Colleges and Universities of 2016.

So, what makes UNF so LGBT friendly?

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Webinar Recap: Philosophy and Religious Studies

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Dr. Mitchell R. Haney is the chair of the Philosophy and Religious Studies department and he stopped by to participate in our Live Webinar Series. If you are interested in Philosophy or Religious Studies, here are a few important points to remember.

Many people with Philosophy or Religious Studies degrees have gone on to become extremely successful. Why have they been so successful?

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Webinar Recap: Military and Veteran Resource Center

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The University of North Florida has the resources to support every type of student. At our Military and Veterans Resource Center, we support and guide students who are enrolled in the military, are veterans of the military or are military dependent students. We want to make your transition into college go as smoothly as possible.

Diane Stover is the office manager and VA Certifying Official at the Military and Veterans Resource Center. She gave us some helpful information about the center. Read on below to learn more!

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Webinar Recap: Study Abroad

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Studying abroad is just one of the many ways you can have a Transformational Learning Opportunity at UNF. Ruth Lopez, Director of the International Center, and Kate Learch, Associate Director of the International Business Program, joined us for our live webinar series to talk about how and where you can study abroad at UNF. If you missed the live event, here are some important things to remember.

Why Study Abroad?

  • You can go almost anywhere in the world.
  • You don’t need a specific major.
  • You don’t have to be proficient in another language.
  • You won’t delay your graduation.
  • You won’t need to spend a fortune!

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Webinar Recap: Deaf Education

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Our webinar held on 4/20/16 talked about the new ASL program that will be available for students in the Fall of 2016. Dr. Caroline Guardino, Associate Professor and Director of the Deaf Education Program, discussed program prerequisites, study abroad opportunities and internships. If you missed the live event, here are some important things to remember.

What is the Deaf Education Program?

ASL stand for American Sign Language. Starting in the Fall, you will have the opportunity to not only learn about this incredible language, but make it the focus of your studies by majoring in it. Plus, you will learn from native ASL speakers, some of which are deaf themselves!

You will be exposed to a variety of settings so that by the time you finish you will have a good understanding for where you want to be when you graduate. The comprehensive program includes:

  • Total Communication
  • Listening and spoken language
  • Bilingual / Bicultural

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Webinar Recap: International Business

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Our webinar held on March 23 was about the International Business program in the Coggin College of Business. Dr. Andres Gallo, Director of the International Business program and Kate Learch, Assistant Director, discussed what the program is; why it is a flagship; study abroad opportunities; and internships and scholarships. If you missed the live event, here are some important things to remember.

What is International Business?

  • The International Business program (IB) was created at UNF in 2006.
  • It is housed in the Coggin College of Business.
  • Students learn:
    • How to deal with increased globalization environment
    • How and why companies go abroad to be successful
    • How to be prepared for competitive job market

Flagships are programs of excellence designed by UNF’s current president, John Delaney. IB is a high quality program offering unique experiences that enhance the education of its students.

The additional unique opportunities help connect students with people in their future careers.

International Business is considered a flagship program because of these opportunities and the high standard academics.

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