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Current Undergrad Student at UA

whatupmadswhatupmads Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hello all.

I am transferring to UF from The University of Alabama over the summer time. I have already applied but not yet heard back. I am curious to what life at UF is like. I am from FL and did not like being so far away from home in Ttown, also did not like everything revolved around greek life although I am in a sorority myself. It is still hard to focus in a town revolved around greeks.

Also, I am majoring in Biology on the Premed track.

UF is good in sciences correct?

Also how is greek life on campus?

Do freshman have to live in a dorm the first year because I will be considered a freshman and not a transfer - If so, is there any ways around it? (Not living in a dorm again)


Replies to: Current Undergrad Student at UA

  • arrozconlechearrozconleche Registered User Posts: 368 Member
    UF is really STEM oriented, so yes.

    Greek life is pretty dominant on campus.

    No one is forced to live in a dorm.

    Source: I'm a freshman at UF.
  • Gator88NEGator88NE Registered User Posts: 6,249 Senior Member
    As a Freshman, living on campus, Greek life can seem pretty dominant. However, by the time you're a junior (and if you're not active in a Frat/Sort), it really fades away to zero. By then you'll have developed your circle of friends and will likely be living off campus. Only 1 in 5 students are members (while at UA, 1 in 3 women are in a Sorority).
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