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World-class music, dance, theatre and more make their way to Gainesville throughout the year at the Curtis M. Phillips M.D. Center for the Performing Arts, the Squitieri Studio Theatre, the University Auditorium and the Baughman Center.
Enjoy the beautiful nature Alachua County has to offer.
You can also tap into the university’s arts community for cutting edge visual arts, performance, music and much more.
Explore new skills, attitudes, and appreciations. Try classes from ceramics to horsemanship to wine pairings.
The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Department manages over 3,200 acres of parkland with numerous cultural, recreational, and natural areas and facilities.
UF prides itself on having one of the top-10 best athletic programs in the nation.
This multi-purpose public assembly facility features academic, athletic, recreational and entertainment activities.
The UF Bat Barn and Bat House, representing the world’s largest occupied bat houses, are located on the north side of Museum Road between Village Drive and Radio Road across from Lake Alice.
UF’s libraries consist of seven libraries; six of which comprise the George A. Smathers Libraries. The Smathers Libraries actively collaborate with the Legal Information Center, which is a part of the Levin College of Law.
Whether you’re in need of a new notebook, greeting card, Gator shirt or a snack, the bookstore is conveniently located in the middle of campus in the J. Wayne Reitz Union.
UPF has published over 2,500 volumes since its inception and currently releases nearly 100 new titles each year.