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University of Florida

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Gainesville, FL 32601
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What can i say? UF is just a great school, every that goes there ends up coming away with alot of knownledge. its the perfect college to go to. when i have kids, thats where i wan...

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I am a University of Florida student. The reason I am reviewing this school is in the hopes that someone trying to make a decision about where to go to school in Florida will read...

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School newspaper 7/28/2006

The University Of Florida has a really good newspaper. They have good writers and editors. Young folks who are interested in writing and want to go to a huge university down in Florida would be well suited to attend UF. There is another smaller school in the state with great stuff too, but if you really want the BIG SCHOOL FEEL, go to UF. The paper has won some awards and any student can expect to be in a winning atmosphere at the University of South Florida. more

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University of Florida 4/17/2006

What can i say? UF is just a great school, every that goes there ends up coming away with alot of knownledge. its the perfect college to go to. when i have kids, thats where i want them to go to. all the classes are great, and i know that they'll learn what they need to to make it in todays world. Great school, GO GATORS! more

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University of Florida 3/21/2006

What can i say? UF is just a great school, every that goes there ends up coming away with alot of knownledge. its the perfect college to go to. when i have kids, thats where i want them to go to. all the classes are great, and i know that they'll learn what they need to to make it in todays world. Great school, GO GATORS! more

Great education and cheap tuition 9/23/2005

I'm a grad student at this university. UF has constantly been high in the rankings in the "best value for you money" section of the US News rankings, and for a reason. The quality of the education is really good, and so are the professors. The tuition is unbelievable cheap, less than $3,000 a year for an undergrad if you are a Florida resident. The GPA average of the incoming freshmen classes are around 3.9, so the students are also very smart. If I didn't give it five stars, it's because sometimes the classes are really crowded, and the resources for certain areas (specially the humanities), are not that good. But otherwise, it's unbeatable. more

Could be better 9/2/2005

I am a University of Florida student. The reason I am reviewing this school is in the hopes that someone trying to make a decision about where to go to school in Florida will read it and be persuaded. This college town is a great experience. It isn't overwhelmingly big. Its not "stuffy" or "small". What can be said about the University of Florida? It is a great learning atmosphere, with intelligent students. The best advice I can give you is come check this school out. You will NOT want to leave. Good Luck. more

Go Gators!!! 8/20/2005

I am a University of Florida student. The reason I am reviewing this school is in the hopes that someone trying to make a decision about where to go to school in Florida will read it and be persuaded. This college town is a great experience. It isn't overwhelmingly big. Its not "stuffy" or "small". What can be said about the University of Florida? It is a great learning atmosphere, with intelligent students. The best advice I can give you is come check this school out. You will NOT want to leave. Good Luck. more

Florida Museum of Natural History 8/11/2005

I was impressed by the Natural History Museum. It has a wonderful family atmosphere with activities and exhibits that interest all ages. They have recently added a butterfly garden that is outstanding. Visitors can walk through a small tropical rainforest type area filled with different types of butterflies, ranging from monachs to south american beauties. Although this is impressive, my favorite part was and still is "the cave," a realistic representation of what a cave would look like, inlcuding the animals that dwell in them. The Natural History Museum is also in a wonderful location; its neighbors include the Harn Museum of Art and the Performing Arts Center. A good 20 minute walk down the road brings the visitor to Lake Alice, a huge lake filled with the notorious Florida Alligator. more
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