Dog-Friendly Apartments near University of Florida

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View apartments near University of Florida with these features: dogs allowed, within 10+ miles of campus. Filter your choices for more options such as safety and privacy features. Save your favorite apartments by selecting the heart icon on each property. See photos and floor plans, share with friends, then check availability to rent your perfect apartment near UF in Gainesville, FL. Read Less

University of Florida

355 Tigert Hall,

Gainesville, Florida 32611
Learn more about UF: www.ufl.edu

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Life at University of Florida

The University of Florida and Gainesville are synonymous, given that about 50,000 UF students flow in and out of the city of 130,000 people every year. Because of the university's presence, Gainesville is very young and very well-educated. In fact, the median age in the city is 25, and 43% of adult residents have a bachelor's degree or higher. As a college student living in Gainesville, you certainly won't be alone. Plus, you'll be able to join all those students living in apartments off campus even if you're a freshman. That's because the University of Florida does not require students of any grade to live on-campus. When you go looking for an apartment near UF, a few neighborhoods will stand out. Those include Phoenix; Bartram Woods, Mill Pond, and Clear Lake; and College Park and University Park. View More

The University of Florida and Gainesville are synonymous, given that about 50,000 UF students flow in and out of the city of 130,000 people every year. Because of the university's presence, Gainesville is very young and very well-educated. In fact, the median age in the city is 25, and 43% of adult residents have a bachelor's degree or higher. As a college student living in Gainesville, you certainly won't be alone. Plus, you'll be able to join all those students living in apartments off campus even if you're a freshman. That's because the University of Florida does not require students of any grade to live on-campus. When you go looking for an apartment near UF, a few neighborhoods will stand out. Those include Phoenix; Bartram Woods, Mill Pond, and Clear Lake; and College Park and University Park. View Less

Living in Gainesville, FL: Off-Campus Guide for University of Florida Students

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