The Commons is the heartbeat of the UWF campus. It’s the gathering place for daily meals and conversations, student organizations and special events. Come inside, choose a cozy chair and watch UWF life unfold before you.
The UWF Center for Fine and Performing Arts is the heart of artistic expression for the University and a primary destination for arts and culture in Northwest Florida. Visit The Art Gallery to see work from students, as well as regional, national and international artists. Buy tickets for the next musical or theater performance.
Nestled on the edge of campus overlooking Highway 90 is Argonaut Village, where campus life meets the community. Grab a coffee at Starbucks on your way to Herbal Nails & Spa. The village also features office spaces for the Center for Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Pensacola, providing much needed community resources.
At UWF, we work hard and play hard. Recreation and Wellness is home to activities and services that keep the UWF community active and healthy. Take swim lessons at the Aquatic Center. Go for a hike on the Edward Ball Nature Trail or play your way through our 21-hole disc golf course.
If you plan to visit UWF's Pensacola campus, be sure to stop by the Visitors Center to obtain a visitor's parking permit and information about where to park. Parking permits are required for students, faculty, staff and visitors. The Visitors Center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. After hours, visitor parking permits may be obtained at the UWF Police Station (Building 94).
UWF Visitors Center, Building 81, 850.474.3000