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    Sublets Overview at UNF

    💰On average, sublets near UNF is $1,936/mo. UNF sublets are cheaper than the national monthly average of $3,364/mo.

    🚲 In total, there are 0 student sublets available near UNF.

    🎓When students are not searching for sublets, they can choose between any of UNF's 10 on-campus dorms. The most popular dorms at University of North Florida are Cove, Crossings, Crossings S.

    UNF Student Housing FAQs

    What are some options for affordable student housing near the University of North Florida?
    The Cottages at Jax offer students a budget-friendly option with four private bedrooms and a shared living space and kitchen. Other options include The Cap and Canopy, Redpoint Jacksonville, and The Ridge at San Pablo

    Are there any student housing options near the University of North Florida that include utilities and other amenities in the rent?
    Yes, many student communities near UNF offer all-inclusive rent that includes utilities like electricity, water, and internet. For example, Cabana Beach Jacksonville, The Flats at UNF, and The District on Kernan all offer this type of housing package

    What are some benefits to living in student housing near the University of North Florida compared to other options?
    Living near campus can provide a sense of community and easy access to campus resources like libraries, study spaces, and extracurricular activities. Many student housing communities also offer amenities like pools, fitness centers, and social events, making it easier for students to balance their academic and social lives. Additionally, living with other students can provide a support system and the opportunity to meet new people and make friendships that can last beyond college
    University of North Florida Off-Campus Housing Guide

    The University of North Florida (UNF) is in the heart of Jacksonville. With the Osprey as their mascot, this small (about 16,000 students) but mighty little college does its best to guide its students. If you are considering attending this school, but want to live off-campus, read on for some helpful information that may help guide your way through the process!


    UNF is well placed—it is easily accessible to I-95, I-295 and J. Turner Butler Boulevard. It is also conveniently placed between Downtown, the urban heart of the city, and the Beaches, one of the top perks of living in Jacksonville. The closest neighborhood to the school is Sans Pareil, which has been ranked as one of the best neighborhoods in not only the city but the state as well. Its vibe is a mix of urban and suburban. Many students and young professionals live there and there are plenty of options to rent.

    While Sans Pareil is to the east of campus, the neighborhood of Windy Hills is to the west. This neighborhood is bigger than Sans Pareil and is almost double the population, at about 12,000 residents. This neighborhood is a lot more urban and the cost to live there is a little bit lower, which appeals to students who need cheaper accommodations close to campus. This area also features many Jacksonville apartment rentals that caters to University of North Florida students and young professionals. There are many restaurants, shops, and parks in Sans Pareil as well.

    The Deerwood neighborhood is the next closest and is southwest of the UNF campus. It falls somewhere between Sans Pareil and Windy Hills in size and atmosphere and offers many Jacksonville apartment rentals. The politics of this area are a lot more conservative than other neighborhoods.

    These neighborhoods are good places to start your UNF off-campus housing search, but remember that Jacksonville is the biggest city in the United States land wise, so if you are will to drive a little bit further there are plenty of other living options.


    The UNF campus is surrounded by a plethora of restaurants for students to choose from. From fine dining to fast food, there are plenty of options for the busy student to find the kind of restaurant that fits their style.

    A new popular restaurant with UNF students is Cookie Dough Bliss & Creamery, which offers more than 20 different flavors of cookie dough to customers. It is open late at night for a Jacksonville restaurant, making it the perfect late-night stop for hungry students studying the night away. It is located only five minutes away from campus.

    The Grub Burger Bar is another great option if you like classic American burgers, fries, and shakes with a bar attached to it. This restaurant is also conveniently located near the campus and offers vegan/vegetarian options and delicious milkshakes.

    Another popular restaurant among students that is located near campus is Domu. Serving ramen, this restaurant has a hip and young vibe. While it is small, it is extremely popular, and there is often a wait to be seated.


    Jacksonville is a large city, so public transportation is a little bit difficult and limited. However, UNF does offer the Osprey Connector. This shuttle service is free for students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors. It connects the campus to the surrounding areas around the St. John's Town Center. However, this shuttle is only in service when the campus is open, and classes are in session.


    Permits are required to park at UNF. You can either buy an annual parking permit or buy a permit for a specific parking lot (this means if you park elsewhere, you will be ticketed). Parking is competitive, and the campus is so large, it is very impractical to park off-campus. This means buying a parking permit is a necessary evil if you have a car. The purchase of a permit does not reserve you a spot, however—it allows you to park in specific lots if there happens to be a parking spot open.


    The National Council for Home Safety and Security ranked UNF one of the safest college campuses in the nation in a study they released in 2019. The campus is covered in emergency blue poles and UNF also offers its students and employees access to a free app that provides things like emergency contacts, safety notifications, and the ability to report a tip.


    The UNF campus is directly located next to the St. John's Town Center, which is an outdoor lifestyle mall with more than 175 popular retail stores. It is the hottest spot to eat, shop, and participate in leisure activities, which makes the UNF campus ideally situated for students.

    UNF is a safe school set in an ideal location surrounded by beautiful neighborhoods, trendy restaurants, and lots of shopping. It will be hard to go wrong if you make the decision to move off-campus!

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