Why Interior Design?
- By integrating analytical and creative thinking into the built world, which is where we spend most of our time, interior design is a field that is highly flexible to your unique interests and can adapt to your changing lifestyles.
- Interior Design will continue to challenge and inspire you throughout your career and truly makes an impact on people’s health, safety and welfare.
- Student life is a busy time of personal growth and the exposure you will have to new and different areas of study here are all important for becoming a well rounded designer.
- 3 degree programs are available: BACHELORS, MASTERS & DOCTORATE
For information on applying to UF, visit our Admissions page.
For information about admission to the Upper Division of the Bachelor’s, see the info about Selective Admissions.
Visit UF-ID! You’ll love it here…and forever be part of the Gator Nation!
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The University of Florida is a highly pedestrian-focused campus, so parking is limited. Visitor permits can be obtained from information booths located at all roads entering the core of the campus.
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- Dean of Students Office
- Gator Parents Info
- Gator Parents and Families Association- Tips
- Office of University Registrar
- Visiting the area
Gainesville culture 411
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About the Area
Gainesville, Florida is located directly east of exits 384-387 on Interstate 75 in the center of Alachua County. If approaching from the south, get off I-75 at Exit 384 and take Archer Road east into Gainesville. If coming from the north, exit at Exit 387 and follow Newberry Road (which becomes University Ave.) east toward the University of Florida. Archer Road and University Avenue define the southern and northern boundaries of the University’s campus, respectively.
Alachua County is in north central Florida and the College can be found at the heart of the county. Sited in Gainesville, the University is a landmark in north Florida and many of the College’s faculty and students contribute to the development of the area.
The University of Florida is located in Alachua County along Interstate 75. Jacksonville and the state of Georgia are within a 90-minute drive, and Tallahassee, Daytona Beach and Orlando are all only about two hours away. In addition to out of state projects, many classes within the College of Design Construction, and Planning focus their studies on the architecture of many cities in Florida; including Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Tampa, Lakeland and Miami. It is a convenient distance for you to explore several different geographical and cultural locals.