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Best UF Dorms

Here are the 5 best dorms at University of Florida. This ranking was put together based off of what students rated UF dorms on the RateMyDorm UF Page.

    Rated 4.4 / 5 stars by 6 UF students

    "Great location, pretty new, and clean. Pretty much the only thing I didn’t like was that you couldn’t turn the AC off or mold would grow. It was freezing!!"

    Rated 4.4 / 5 stars by 4 UF students

    "Infinity Hall was my first time living in a suite-style dorm, and I loved it. It is one of the newer dorms at UF, so it's fairly clean and innovative, and there's rooms on the first floor in which you can study, build things, print, etc. There are 2 elevators per floor, and it's very nice having that luxury! The drywall in the rooms makes it nicer to hang decorations, as opposed to the popcorn walls or hard walls in the traditional dorms. The only negative aspects of Infinity are distance, price, and kitchen space. Infinity Hall is down the street from campus, so it will be quite a walk getting to class everyday. The dorm is also very expensive, and you could live off-campus for cheaper and with more benefits. Lastly, there's no proper kitchen; although the common area is great and cozy, you only get a hotplate, microwave, and toaster oven instead of a stove. These appliances are usually dirty because residents do not take care of them (I suggest buying your own hotplate). I enjoyed living in a Single Suite, but I think if I had to live in a Double I would not enjoy my experience as much (way less room for 2 people in the same space)."

    Fletcher Hall University of Florida

    Rated 4.5 / 5 stars by 1 UF student

    "My experience at Fletcher Hall was great! you can't bit the location, literally in the middle of campus, just steps from the Swamp. The building is so beautiful, the architecture is outstanding. The three room triple rooms are of a very nice size! They come with an XL twin bed, you can raise the bed frame and use the bottom as storage or place the dresser, a mini fridge or a futon under it. You have space in the middle to place a rug and a little chair. The room comes with a dresser, a desk, chair and a closet with doors. My room had a big window with so much natural light. Our three room triple had a common area where we place the tv, a futon and two chairs and a baker's rack. The three of us shared a bathroom. The toilet was separated from the shower. Cons, no elevator, no kitchen in our floor, not enough space in our common area to have more than a couple of friends over and the laundry facilities are across the building in the commons. To cook we had to get out of our building and go into the side, to another entrance and upstairs to the closes community kitchen."

    Rated 4.5 / 5 stars by 3 UF students

    "Rooms are updated and nice with lots of window space. It is the international dorm so you meet a lot of new people who are generally older than freshmen. If there is a down side it would be that the halls can be noisy on weekends and that the bathrooms can get real nasty sometimes. Hall does have an elevator and trash-chute which is very convenient."

    Rated 4.6 / 5 stars by 3 UF students

    "Compared to most dorms at the University of Florida, Cypress is a luxury. It is one of the few suite style dorms and it even has full xl size beds. The rooms are on the smaller side and the shared closet space is close together. For this room to be comfortable, it’s best to know your roommate because you will be very close together. Also, consider alternative layouts for the bed and desks to get the most out of the space."

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