- 1 Are the UF buses free?
- 2 How do you use UF bus?
- 3 How do students get around at University of Florida?
- 4 Where is University of Florida’s main campus?
- 5 How safe is UF?
- 6 How much does a bus pass cost in Florida?
- 7 Where do gators live?
- 8 How do I get a new UF ID?
- 9 Do you need a car at University of Florida?
- 10 Is University of Florida a party school?
- 11 Is UF or FSU a better school?
Are the UF buses free?
UF students, faculty and staff may ride RTS public transportation fare-free by presenting a Gator 1 card. RTS offers multiple bus routes on campus with service to every area of the University, as well as routes throughout the City of Gainesville.
How do you use UF bus?
RTS is Gainesville’s local bus system, and UF students pay a transportation fee as part of their tuition that allows them to take the bus anywhere on or off-campus. Routes run throughout campus and Gainesville. To ride, students must present their Gator-1 ID to the driver. For bus routes and maps, go to go-rts.com.
How do students get around at University of Florida?
Gator Lift provides reliable, convenient and free shuttle service to accessible locations within the boundaries of the campus of the University of Florida for students, faculty and staff with mobility related disabilities. Gator Lift service is provided Monday – Friday from 7 AM – 11 PM.
Where is University of Florida’s main campus?
UF’s main campus is bounded by University Avenue on the north and Archer Road on the south; 13th Street to the east and 34th Street to the west. You can locate UF by our street address: Gainesville, FL 32611, and more detailed directions to any specific campus location via Google Maps.
How safe is UF?
Overall Crime Stats: 414 Incidents Reported University of Florida reported 414 safety-related incidents involving students on or near campus or other UF affiliated properties in 2019. Of the 3,990 colleges and universities that reported crime and safety data, 3,806 of them reported fewer incidents than this.
How much does a bus pass cost in Florida?
Monthly Pass: Adult Pass – $58. Senior/Disabled – $29.
Where do gators live?
Alligators live in swampy areas, rivers, streams, lakes and ponds. Females and juveniles occasionally use seasonal wetlands, such as Carolina Bays. Although they are primarily freshwater animals, alligators will also venture into brackish salt water.
How do I get a new UF ID?
Visit the ID Card Services Office located in the Visitor Welcome Center on Museum Road. Present a photo ID (driver’s license, military ID or passport) and provide your UF ID number and a copy of your social security card. A $10 fee is required at the time the card is processed (cash, checks or debit card only).
Do you need a car at University of Florida?
You definitely don’t need a car for campus. If you live in the dorms you’re already there, and if you live off campus you can’t park anywhere relatively close anyways. Bus/bike/scooter all the way.
Is University of Florida a party school?
Princeton Review has placed the University of Florida at number 16 on their list of “party schools” in the United States. The new ranking is two spots higher than last year and two spots higher than Florida State University, which was ranked at number 18.
Is UF or FSU a better school?
UF has a higher submitted SAT score (1,270) than FSU (1,270). UF has higher submitted ACT score (28) than FSU (28). UF has more students with 52,218 students while FSU has 41,005 students. UF has more full-time faculties with 2,734 faculties while FSU has 1,602 full-time faculties.