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History
Florida's oldest and large; I university, hie Universiry ol
Florida traces its beginnings to lihe laleoiver ol the private
Kingsbury Academy in Ocal3 by Ihe slale-lunded East Flhrida
Seminary in 1853 The seminary moved to Ganesville olhiow-
ing the Civil War and consolidaled will he sale s land-grani
Florida Agncullural College, Ihen in Lake Crly, o become Ihe
University ol Flor id in 1905 Classes btegai Sept 26. 1906
for 102 male students Until 1947 UF was lor men only and
one of only three stale un,ersilies, along will Florida .SIale
College lor Women now FSU) and Florida A&M In 19-17
the UF student body numbered 8 177 men and 601 women
Today, IJF is one ol Ihe live large'.l univercilies In Ihe n.3iloii

Students
University ol Florida sludenls numbered more than
50.000 in lall 2005, coming from more h.an i00 counlries
all 50 states and each ol Florida's 67 counties The ratio ol
men to women is about 48-52 and almost one-lhird ol the
sludenis are Ireshmen and sophomore" About 40 percent are
luniors and Seniors Almoisl 10,0i00 ari- giadu]le sludeiils.
and more than 3,500 are ino proless rognl ramoris CIn luding
dentistry, law. medicine and velennary medicine More than
3,600 Alrican-Amenian and more than 5 000 Hispanic Mlu-
dents attend he university UF adminedl 1 049 inrernaliorr.jl
Baccalaureate students lor the 2004-05 academic year more
than any other university in the world LIF s 200(5 incoming
class hadan average 4 06 GPA and 1306 SAT ;core Nearly
80 percerR of entering Ireshrnen were ranked in the lop 10
percent ol their high school graduating classes Sludenis
also lead a rich erf,'ra iculrr ar Ile. pnipart ing in more than
750 student organizalions and attending hundreds ',I campus
concerts, art exhibit and theatrical productions eac:h year

Faculty
A distinguished faculty ol nearly 4,)000 allracleld $194
million in research and training grants in 2004-05 UIF now
has 51 eminent scholar chairs and more lhan two dozen lac-
ully members have been selected to Ihe iJaaional Academies
ol Science and/or Engineering. the Institule ol Medicine or a
counterpart in a foreign nation UF has been awarded three
national scientific centers. the McKnighl Brain instillie lor
the study of neurological disease. Ihe Engineering Research
C.enter lo Particle Science, and the nationall High Magne:ll
Field Laboratory A small sampling of other honored laculty
includes two Pulilzer Prize winners, co-inventor of the let
engine. winners ol NASA's top award for research and winner
of the Smithsonian Insiullton's award lor conservallon

Programs
Florida is a member ol the Association of American
Universities, the prestigious higher education organization
comprising ot the top 62 public and private insillullons in
North America Florida is one ol the mo3s comprehensive
universities in the country, offering more programs on a
single campus than all but a select few other U S universl-
ties. A land-grani university with a distinguished record ol
developing Florida agriculture through research and elen-
sion services. Florida is among the nation s leading research
universities as categorized by the Carnegie Commission on
Higher Education with 16 colleges and more than 150 re-
search, service and education centers bureaus and instiuies
UF has prestigious multidisciplinary enhlties. such as the
UF Genetics institute, and others 100 undergraduate degree
programs, some 200 graduate programs and .30 combined
degree programs.


Major College Units
College u Agii:iuliural ind Lile lerr.'Ps
WarrngiIn CIllege ci EIuSines' Adminr. lralion
College I Ii Denilir ;
College ol DepIigli Con'olruciuol and Plannriring
SColllC e i:I Edij '.hron
C oIlge oI Enginee rn
ICoillege l0 Fine Arl,:
College 01 He.illh rid Hunian PerIlormarin,:e
I.College o PurbhIi. Heali- and H.alih Piole-Iion
ICollege ii Journali rim and Lomoniuniii:lions,
Levin C :liege 01 Law
c uliegle Li Libeiai Anrl & .; C i, : e !
C oilege 0 l Medi.iner
SiCollceg ol f Ilu rinq-
"ollege01- PharT!ari.
C'lllege .11l Velerin.ary MedJiine

Institute of Food & Agricultural
Sciences (IFAS)
LIF.IFAS i ,] lederal-. iale-,:0nuritv ariner.hip:,l Ihriull riOijul
Floriha. d Sciialed iincei velcrpiriq arn pr'viiriter i] ri:
ir air icullluri ni lualul fII ''i t.e Hre I i~ t LIFe'lFA

13 w rlnd i:l-las rSci e' rC' h a3i nd edu cal-ri i :n : r m .'rii
I rjin 1 50ri i lrle'i l F al [u l heir :iiO ni' rhi'.
Cov pv \\erallve E. rii i Ollrn i- in ari,:,i Floria 6
cD ion eriof Cont ineruing E ucmurine

Health Science Center
Allilialed will] h riarli Hel ,arliurs wrti nSi : ris: l
OI nine nriol-lntr-piol h,.i.plal's nie orl OI m:icre Ihan 8.
priom rv and .pecitallyv pjil Fal :.iijes ari l .a mluedij :13t l 'c nir I
hin 1 500 lli rlr ld i l IF I ule I ar ndl I 'rnin ijr ii p I I,': ij

4 se-sie n VA H r l .pl l

Division of Continuing Education
i-Lu or n rly e .rden i: ld es lo lne 01 athe nrI iliTi Srslelln i
e Inon-C redir Sh nrl Cturse':
an l h r A pu:n CHJma Iden:al l La.o

Facilities
The inriver;ity cil Florida ha ri ,I.0u-ar ':3rmpu.;
luraledi wirimin Ihe limits 01 a l)"_.1 46-populaliori urban are'
a,,ijd has morn e an '9ii buildiri,. liirluadirig 174I wilh cli ':-
rornri and laborajrlei s Fa lilies are valued at ming e Iha r

The 24 snagle-sludeni rpsidrrice hall, hnuse 7 5mu0usludeinl.
anrid ir.e graduate and lmilmv rhiririg .aparlniern tvillaiges
r'ouie nea-rly 2 000 iresienilC.: One cil he niewesl buildinqr:. orl
campuhillipse UF CAncer ndi Geneics Res'ea:rin Building a
S80.0H0-sguare-I'li lacidy lh.l [hrjOiset Ihe GMeneiiCm oin i-
lhle. ire Irierdiiplin.jrv Cenloer or BiEnvrolrgynm esearl
and ihe C A Foiund Human id enlif:talion Laborailrvy OIher
ulsridinmg uniersily liarlilie' inchlde
Florid.a Muserjm ol lallural Hislory lamroi)ng Irhe lop 10
U natural hi;liry museum
PhWillip Ceriiler Iar Ihe Perliomn eng Ans
Ham Musen um nsl Arl
McGuire Center I:r Lepidov-plera and Envirhnmenial
Researi.ri ihouseun_ Fe oi Irre worlds largest arid mi:'l
complete bullerlly .rolleimlonsil
SUrniversity Gallery
World-cla. ica':,l-bell carillrin Cin enlury ToIwer
McKnighl Brain Insliule
Seli-coniained iniersiive-,are hypebari ,rn alers
World's laigesi llrus research center
A public television si.llon, a publh: radio slaiton and
two ':ommerlilal adiu sialions


Engineering ie:.ear.'i ..eiiel lor P3iiicle e, ,:e
Thrn'ough Oti-'3n ipu.l: 13u1.ilies and :onlra. lul l ali1 nge-
meiin; Florilda prides rnany opporluniiie' inludilri,
Heajlih ':ei l:e Cenler 13o: ilie:, in JI l oiiin lle
Pre.:ervnjlorn In..sliue in tJanrtureI, Ma;L
I lew Worald 'SihooLl i-i lh Ar:, in MIarmi
I]ali.,nil High Magnlai-ii: Field L tiub.raiory i illh F'lU
and LoW Al]ir'o, Lat.oralori
Piuogres. ienrer neiearh ind development part I i
Ala:ihua
Wriilne, irjine L licOalory ,A AuguI:|ine

Libraries
The niile iUniversilv of Florida Libr.arie, include he newly
epjrided, e',,fg'- A '.icTn hefr':. Librarie ihe Healli .Cieie
Cenl.-r Librar\ .nd ihe Legal iniorrhiaii'on Cenirr Libi ry
:.,lie,:,in are a.eM:e l ihr:uhJl u rli orInine y'.Ilenm thai hold;,
ni:Ile Ih.an 4 liii n ilrvo me_,; I l I3f1ge irinolrmaT,iio reiro.ir:e
',S lem i Iher, :.in'- ,

Recreation
ITheN SILeiphen i0 Iu nninell CePrie rl-ome ol Cio
a,,l'elbjll WI. IITm ini gvrnnii3.,lll S ard volIeytball o:fier:,
.pj lor 1 u11.1i people prai. le pale 'ii eou.:.la i in eigri
dierni il ec'reailon:r l jii:i'il ; More iri3 )0 0)00 daily u':e
[he I W:ayne Rer; l.Irin:ln which hj h:oiel ro:nrn:m, and ':pare
lor dining i ,ij ings l :,tiwling anjd otlhr game:r and more
Open '3pj:es .:.rn.ail pundi .hradyv rn:iol nd evenan 81 -acre
wildly ai uary d ill a le .on a.aivput pro, id.ie o.it.ppoirllliiies
10 eNioy Florldr.a rear-rounl.id uld ir lile

Budget & Private Support
In Uj00-06 the operairng budget iir I-F waI morv e r Ihan
'f 18 tlliion II1 01 al revenue o, Ihe unier'.i. I' iere ( lompa, ed
1in Iyi o 'mpnare inie Iale.ale UF would tbe rimong the
lop 20 erilerpin'eis in Floiidn Bul Ihe 1dale .upporl only
pal l lIF t. budFel o lhle unnier;ily h.i blec:omr a naliiral
leader in btilaining private Suppon UF fJr ned 21I J jong all
putili: uinj verhilie lor endriwniensl i:.eh. i,),iTi pi.ale hind:
,- 0102-0?

Athletics
The lloril dF amialil: marcn h l. 3 naiiion. l chian'ipi:rian hip
in nfli' ba3ik, a eb l ,:apl pejd ainoIhei el ,ino anl i.unes:-
lul yeai l r lialor ahirlei-:r Alter e .ap rluir Ing e i:hool
ecron]- lraighl Soiulihe.aler l iin co lernc.e Iournameni e il le the
bal rs, advanced 10 (he Finl Foui and dominated in e even
lh i.aplur ihe :..:hool ;l ri ll l cial hampion-r hip in rnen'i
ba l elball
in l he srirngi ll of I rile national illr e a nar final runner-up
linih in iTien' 1 oll anrd lour lop-live ri 1lio al r anl3 iig in
olher po'r t l. IJF hirni.rhed liith in nal nal 311-s:p rt ranr :;
Ii'S lhe 23"' K.iigrllil year Ihe G)lors ha',e ended up in ihe lop
len Florida won '.,oulreailern Conrleenri.e lilies in 2005-06
in women ; lennis and voile ba3ill The Galois alio :climned
SEC Tournismeni Ilies in tibh Ihose spuris as well as men5
ba_. elballI
UF .r udenl-ailhlele-. alo compiled hard in ine s:as'.-
room. earning 186 SEC AcademiL Honor Rolll aCo,lades in
leaguie-sporisored ihamprilon, hip s.poris Thai5 She second-
highei figure in cci.i:ool hs'iory Galor': won ine SEC Scholar-
AIlhele ol ihe year awards in Ihree sports men. Ds ba'eeitall.
wonien s basketball 3rd *omen' swimming
All IF IUdeniS are enr.ouraged Wi panicipale in some
lorm of reirealional activity and more Ihcan 90 percenI l. 'e
advantage ol the many ouldoorr couIrt and playing iields orn
iaTipui. o C hoo.e and indoor aci.livily in one l two luderni
rerealion and lilness centers o i he 0C Conrell Center LIF 01-
lers orte Ihan 60 intramural and olub sports rom archery Io
weigh litiring ilijr ampui i'. localed near miny recreational
lakes and river' including ihe university-owried Lake Wau-
burg, ndl Ihe beu:he:,, o Ihe Gull ol Me1:o and Ihe Allantic
O:eanh are only a horl drive away


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In a remote village in the
Dominican Republic, children
giggle as their friends get
banana split-flavored fluoride
treatment from University
of Florida dental students. A
world away the lyrical sounds
of Mandarin Chinese drift
through a doorway of a UF
office in Beijing.
Closer to home, a family
in South Florida takes refuge
from a lashing hurricane in
a house made stout by UF
engineering innovations. In
Gainesville, a University Police
Department hybrid car rolls
into the fleet garage for regular
maintenance.
When The Gator Nation
sets out to make a difference,
it does things on a global scale.
Each year, for instance,
UF students in a variety of


health-related fields travel
throughout the Caribbean
and Latin America to deliver
health care and dental services
to rural people whose ailments
might otherwise go untreated.
The university also has medical
facilities in Jacksonville, St.
Petersburg, Hialeah and
elsewhere across the state to help
meet the needs of all Florida
residents.
Thousands of miles to
the east, UF became one of a
handful of American universities
last year to establish a location
in rapidly changing China. The
Center for International Studies
in Beijing was created to entice
top Chinese students to pursue
UF degrees and help a growing
number of American students
seeking careers there to gain a
foothold.


Here in Florida, UF
researchers have built four
"hurricane houses," which draw
on new design elements that
allow them to withstand winds
of up to 140 mph. Three of
the four are storm-tested and
proven, having successfully
survived direct hits during the
active hurricane seasons of
2004 and 2005. The project is
coordinated by the university's
Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences, which has
offices in all 67 Florida counties
and serves the entire population
of the state.
And on campus, President
Bernie Machen has made
sustainability a top priority
by laying out a series of
initiatives that include a goal
of having a zero-waste campus
by 2015 and requiring all new


university vehicles to be hybrid
or alternative fuel-powered.
The idea: making UF a leader
in ensuring we leave future
generations a world worth
inheriting.
The list of world-changing
activities goes on. From teaching
American legal concepts
in Eastern Europe's young
democracies to developing
better ways to get grocery, s
from the field to your
table, the University
of Florida is putting
ideas to work in
virtually every field of
endeavor.
It's a way of
thinking born of
a decades-long
commitment
to doing what's
right. That's


because The Gator Nation
and its outstanding students,
faculty and staff embrace the
university's three primary
missions: education,
research and
service.


Welcome to the University
of Florida. It may be in
Gainesville, but The Gator
Nation is everywhere.


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North Hall (Housing)
Nuclear Reactor C.
Nuclear Sciences Bldg. C.
Nutrition Lab (Food Sciences & Human Nutrition)
Observatory (Student)
O'Connell, Stephen C.. Center
Orthopaedics & Sport Med Institute
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Shands Hospital (JHMHSC)
Shands Medical Plaza
Sheppard Broad Bio. Engineering Bldg.
Simpson Hall (Housing)
Sledd Hall (Housing)
Smathers Libraries (Westl. East)
Softball Field
Solar House (Energy Park)
Sorority Area
Springs Residence Complex
Stadium (Ben Hill Grilffin Stadiuml
Surge Area
Stephen C. O'Connell Activities Cir.
Stelson Hall (Medical Sciences Ctr.)
Student Health (Infirmary)
Stuzin Hall
Tanglewood Village (Housing)
Teaching Hospilal & Clinics
Thomas Hall (Housing)
ligert Hall
Tolbert Hall (Housing)
Transportation & Parking Services
Trusler Hall (Housing)
Turlinglon Hall
Turlgrass Envirolron
University Auditorium
University of Florida Shands Clinic
University Gallery (Fine Arts B)
University Coll Club
University Press
University Village South (Housing)
University Women's Club
Ustler (Kathryn Chicone) Hall
Van Fleel Hall (ROTC)
Veteran's Affairs Hospital
Veterinary Medicine Annex South
Veterinary Medicine Annex North
Veterinary Medicine. Basic Science
Veterinary Medicine. Clinical Training
Veterinary Science Laboratory
Wallace Bldg.
Walker Hall
Weaver Hall (Housing)
Weimer Hall
Well Hall
Welcome Center
Williamson Hall
Work Mgt. Ctr. (Phys. Plant)
Yon Hall
Yulee Hall (Housing)
105 Classroom Building


Abbreviation Building
AAF Academic Advisement
AND Anderson Hall
ANS Animal Sciences Building
ANSC Animal Science
APL Aquatic Food Products Lab
AFPP Aquatic Science
ARB Academic Research Building
ARCH Architecture
ASF Elmore Hall lor Administrative Services
AUD University Auditorium
BAR Bartram Hall
BEN Benton Hall
BIRF Sid Martin Biotechnology
BGH Brulon-Geer Hall (Law)
BLK Black Hall (Environmental)
BME Biomedical Engineering Building
BRO Broward Hall
BRT Bryant (Space Sciences)
BRY Bryan Hall
BSU Veterinary Medicine Basic Sciences
BWC UF Bookstore and Visitor Welcome Center
CAR Carleton Auditorium
CBD 105 Classroom Building
CHE Chemical Engineering
CLB Chemistry Laboratory Building
COM Communicore (Heallh Center)
CON Constans Theatre
CRB Chemistry Research Building
CRR Carr Hall
CSE Computer Science Engineering
CTRF Clinical Trials Research Facility
DAU Dauer Hall
DER Deriso Hall
DINE Broward Dining Center
DSB Dental Science Building
EAH Emerson Alumni Hall
EYN Enlomology-Nematology
FAA Fine Arts A (Martha Weaver)
FAB Fine Arts B (Gallery)
FAC Fine Arts C
FAD Fine Arts D
FDN UF Foundalion
FIF Fitield Hall
FLAP University Press of Florida
FLG Florida Gymnasium
FLI Keene-Flint Hall
FLO Griflin-Floyd Hall
FSF Gator Corner Dining Facility
FSN Food Science & Human Nutrition
GEN Genetics and Cancer Research Center
GER Gerson Hall (Acct. Classroom Bldg.)
GRAO Graham Area Office
GRI Grinter Hall
GSA General Services Building
HARN Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
HCAD Health Science Center Admin Services
HDC Human Development Center
HER Heritage Hall
HOL Holland Law Center
HOU Housing Office
HPNP Health Professions, Nursing & Pharmacy
HUME Hume Hall E
IBLC Instilute of Black Culture
IIT IFAS Information Technologies
IHLC Institute of Hispanic/Lalino Culture
INF Infirmary
IFAC Inman Food Animal Clinic
JHMHSC J. Hillis Miller Health Science Center

LAR Larsen Hall
LBW Library West
LEI Leigh Hall
LIT W.W. Little Hall
LSP Webb Livestock Pavilion
MAE Materials Engineering Building
MAIL UF Mail & Documents Services


aviation


Abbre
MAT
MBI
MCCA
MCCB
MCCC
MCCD
MCSB
MAE A
MAEB
MAEC
MEH
MSB
MSL
MUB
MUS
NEB
NEW
NPB
NRB
NRG
NRN
NRNA
NSC
NUL
NZH
OBS
ODAA
OSMI
PPAC
PEA
PHL
PKY
POW
PPD
POOL
PSB
PSF
PRE
PSY
RCD
REI
RFC
RHN
RLA
RNK
ROG
ROL
RSF
SMA
SMPA
SOC
SSB
STA
STZ
SWC
TEL
THC
TIG
TPK
TREC
TUR
UPD
UST
VAN
VET
VMAW
VMEH
VMTH
WAL
WALC
WAU
WEIL
WEIM
WM
YON


Building Location
Academic Advisement 01
Academic Research D4
Activities Center (O'Connell) C1
Administrative Services (Elmore) B3
Administration (Tigert) El
Agriculture Experiment Stations (McCarty) D2
Anderson Hall D1
Animal Care Extension Facility C4
Animal/Dairy Science C4
Aquatic Food Products Lab D2
Aquatic Science D2
Architecture & Fine Arts Complex E2
Architecture D2
Arts & Sciences Bldg. (Dauer Hall) D1
ATMs C.D2
Auditorium 01
Baby Gator Child Care B2
Bandshell C2
Bartram Hall D3
Baughman Center B3
Beard Track C1
Beaty Towers (Housing) E3
Ben Hill Grittin Stadium C.D1
Benton Hall C,D3
Biomedical Building D3
Black Hall C.D3
Bless Auditorium (Williamson) D2
Bookstore C2
Broward Hall (Housing) D2
Broward Dining Center D,E2
Bryan Hall E1
Bryant Hall/NERDC D1
Bruton-Geer Hall B1
Buckman Hall 01
Butterfly Rainforest (FLMNH) A4
Cancer and Genetics Research C3,4
Carleton Auditorium D1
Carr Hall D3
Central Science Library (Marston) 02
Central Stores A3
Century Tower 01
Chemical Engineering C3
Chemistry Laboratory D1
Chemistry Research 01
CIRCA D2
Clinical Trials Unit B4
Communicore (Health Science Ctr.) D3
Community Services Building D3
Computer Science Engineering D2
Constans Theatre 02
Continuing Education 2209 NW 13th St.
Cooperative Extension Service (McCarty Hall) D2


Building
Corry Village
Credit Unions


Location
B2

10 SW 34th St.
0 SW 5th Ave.


Building Locati
Horticultural Sciences Bldg. (Filield Hall)
Hospital (Shands Hospital. JHMHSC)
Housing Office
HUB
ICBR Bldg. 62
ID Card Services (Bookstore & Welcome Center)
IFAS Editorial
IFAS Facilities Operations
Infirmary
Inman Food Animal Clinic
Institute of Black Culture
International Studies (Grinter)
Jennings Hall (Housing)
Journalism and Comm. (Weimer)
Kathryn Chicone (Ustler) Hall
Keene-Flint Hall
Keys Residential Complex
Lake Wauburg 9 miles south on US
Lakeside Residential Complex
Larsen Hall C
Leigh Hall
Lemerand Athletic Center C
Libraries (Smathers) East
West


Linder Courts
Little Hall
Livestock Pavilion
Maguire Village (Housing)
Mallory Hall (Housing)
Marston Science Library
Mary Ann Harn Coftrin Pavilion
Malerials Engineering Bldg.
Matherly Hall
McCarty Hall
McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and
Biodiversity (FLMNH)
McGuire Theatre and Dance Pavilion
(Constans Theatre)
McKelhan Stadium
McKnight Brain Instilule
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering A
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering B
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering C
Medical Sciences Bldg. IStetson)
Microbiology & Cell Science
Microkelvin Lab
Murphree Hall (Housing)
Museum ol Natural History. Florida
(Dickinson Hall Collections)
(Powell Hall Exhibits)
Music Bldg.
Newell Hall
Newins-Ziegler Hall


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D


on
B3
D3
E3
02
D3
C2
C3
C3
D1
C4
D1
01
D3
D2
D1
01
B2
441
B3
.D3


I


Matherly Hall
McKnight Brain Institute
McCarty Hall A
McCarty Hall B
McCarty Hall C
McCarty Hall D
Microbiology & Cell Science
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering A
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering B
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering C
Mehrhof Hall
Medical Sciences Building (Stetson Hall)
Marston Science Library
Music Building
Dickinson Hall (FLMNH Collections)
New Engineering Building
Newell Hall
New Physics Building
Nuclear Reactor Building
Norman Gym
Norman Hall
Normal Hall Addition
Nuclear Sciences Building
Animal Nutrition Lab
Newins-Ziegler Hall
Student Observalory
Office of Development and Alumni Affairs
Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Institute
Phillips Pertorming Arts Center
Peabody Hall
Phelps Lab
P.K. Yonge Developmental Research School
Powell Hall FLMNH Exhibits
Physical Plant Offices
Florida Pool
Shands Patient Services
Plant Science Facility
Pressly Stadium
Psychology
Recreation Center Dining
Reitz Union
Recreation & Fitness Center and Racquet Club
Rhines Hall (Materials Science)
Reed Lab
M.E Rinker Sr. Hall (School of Building Constr.)
Frazier Rogers Hall (Agricultural Engineering)
Rolls Hall
Recreation Sports Facility
Smathers Library
Shands Cancer Clinic
Stephen C. O'Connell Center
Criser Hall (Student Services Building)
Stadium
Stuzin Hall
Recreational Sports Center
Telecommunications Building
Teaching Hospital & Clinics (Shands)
Tigert Hall
Traffic and Parking
TREE Center
Turlinglon Hall
University Police Department
Usiler Hall
Van Fleet Hall (ROTC)
Veterinary Sciences
Vet Med Academic Wing
Courtelis Equine Teaching Hospital
Vet Med Teaching Hospital
Walker Hall
Wallace Hall
Lake Wauburg
Joseph Well Hall
Weimer Hall (Journalism)
Williamson Hall (Physics)
Yon Hall


Criser Hall D1
Dairy Products Lab C4
Dauer Hall D1
Davis Cancer Center C4
Dental Science Bldg. D3
Deriso Hall C4
Development & Alumni Affairs C1
Diamond Village IHousing) D.E3
Dickinson Hall (FLMNH Collections) D2.3
Digital Worlds Institute E2
East Hall (Housingl C2
Elmore Hall B3
Emerson Alumni Hall C.D1
Energy Research & Education Park B4
Engineering Building D3
Enlomology/Nemalology B4
Equine Hospital (Courtelis) C4
Fifield Hall B3
Finance & Accounting (Elmore) B3
Fine Arts Bldgs. E2
Flavet Field C2
Flelcher Hall (Housing) D1
Florida Field (Ben Hill Griffin Stadium) C1
Florida Gymnasium D1
Florida Pool D1
Florida Museum of Natural History
(Dickinson Hall Collections) 02,3
(Powell Hall Exhibits) A4
(McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity) A4
(Butterfly Rainforest) A4
Food Science & Human Nutrilion 02
Forest Res. & Cons. (Newins-Ziegler) 02
Fraternity Row B.C2
Gallery (Fine Arts B) E2
Gator Corner Dining Center C2
Gerson Hall El
Graham Hall (Housing) C2
Grinter Hall D1
Griffin-Floyd Hall D1
HSC Administrative Svcs. D.E4
Harn Museum of Art A3.4
Health Center Annex (ICBR Bldg. 621 D3
Health & Human Performance (Florida Gym) D1
Health Prof. Nursing & Pharmacy (HPNP) D3
Health Science CIr. D3
Hispanic/Latino Center 01
Holland Hall B1
Honors Residential College at Hume Hall C2,3


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120


D2
C3
E4
C1
E2
C4
D3
A.B4
C2
01
C1.2
C1
B4
03
C2
A4
A3
C3
80 SW 11 St.
C.D2
B3
01
D3
D1
A4
C1
C1
A.B3
D3
02
D1
A.B3
D2
D2
C.D2
C2
D2
C2
D2.3
D1


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5
6
7
8
9
10
11


D1 12
1.2 Peabody Hall
01 Perry Field
D1 Personnel Services (Ben Hill Grifttin Stadium)
B1 Peslicide Research
,E1 Pharmacy Bldg.
C4 Phelps Laboratory
A3 Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
E2 Physical Plant Division
D2 Physics Building
A4 P.K. Yonge Lab School 108
C2 Placement (Reitz Union)
.El Plant Pathology Unit (Fifield)
D2 Plaza of the Americas
Police Department
A4 Post Office (University Station)
Powell Hall (FLMNH Exhibits)
D2 President's Home
C1 Pressly Stadium
D3 Printing Division/Mail Room
C3 Psychology Bldg.
C2 Rawlings Hall (Housing)
.D2 Recrealion & Fitness CIr. and Racquet Club
D3 SW Recreation & Fitness Ctr.
B3 Reed Laboratory
D2 Reid Hall (Housing)
D1 Reitz Union
Rhines Hall
2.3 Rinker Hall (School of Building Construction)
A4 Riker Hall (Housing)
D2 Rogers Hall
D1 Rolfs Hall


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