WHAT: Media are invited to join President Martha Saunders and University officials as they welcome new students to the University of West Florida during Move-In Day on Friday, Aug. 24. University administrators, including Saunders, will visit the residence halls while students move in. Volunteers from athletic teams, fraternities and sororities, student organizations and faculty and staff groups will also be present to welcome new students.WHEN: Friday, Aug. 24, 2018
The University of West Florida celebrated the opening of History Hall at One Palafox Place with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Aug. 7. History Hall, a hallway in the recently revitalized Blount building, located at Garden and Palafox streets, features a mural wall of Pensacola’s storied past, adjacent to a History room with UWF Historic Trust artifacts on display.
The University of West Florida is launching the Continuing Education Leadership Friday Series, held over the course of seven Fridays from Sept. 7, 2018, to April 12, 2019.
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The University of West Florida is one step closer to installing permanent sculptures on the Pensacola campus as part of a presidential initiative to commission a landmark work of public art that embodies science, technology, engineering, art and math. The STEAM Public Art Exhibition, originating from one of the initiatives of the Reubin O’D. Askew […]
The University of West Florida College of Education and Professional Studies recently received a $100,000 gift from Curtis and Lavona Boone to establish the CeCe Boone Memorial Endowment Scholarship. The endowment, which was created in memory of Cornelia “CeCe” Boone by her family, will fund scholarships for students who have graduated from a high school […]
More than 3,000 undergraduate students enrolled during the Spring 2018 semester at the University of West Florida were named to the President’s or Dean’s Lists. The Spring 2018 President’s List features 1,238 students who earned a semester GPA of 3.90 or higher and were enrolled in at least six credit hours.