Campus Life

Situated on 1,600 acres of rolling hills and natural woodland along the Escambia River, the UWF main campus is located 10 miles north of downtown Pensacola. 


On Campus Housing thumbnailOn-Campus Housing

UWF's main campus offers housing for approximately 2,040 students in the university's several residence halls located in the heart of campus including Southside Villages, Argo, Heritage, Martin, Pace, and Presidents Residence Halls and the University Village Student Apartments. Learn more >


‌Graduate Student Houses

UWF Housing and Residence Life has formed a partnership with West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc (WFHPI) to provide student housing in downtown Pensacola for UWF graduate students. Graduate students will have the opportunity to live in one of two homes located in Historic Pensacola Village: the McVoy House or the Quina Singh House. In both houses, students have their own room and share common areas. Learn more >


Combined Annual Security & Fire Safety Report

The 2014- 2015 Combined Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is a federally mandated report made available to all current and prospective UWF faculty, staff and students. The report is intended to provide the community with safety and security information and procedures, as well as, annual crime and fire statistics. An electronic version of the Combined Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is available on the UWF Police website. A printed copy of this report is also available upon request at the Police Station, located in Building 94.


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Come Visit Us! Visiting UWF is the best way to get a closer look, and we'd like to extend an invitation to you. Talk to students, faculty and staff. It's simply the best way to know if UWF is the place for you. Schedule a Visit >

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