The University of Florida Campuses



All takes place on one campus at the University of Florida. What truly distinguishes the campus is its Historic District, which comprises of 32 buildings that are registered with the National Register of Historic Places. There are over 900 buildings on the main campus, and most of the oldest ones were designed in the Collegiate Gothic architectural style, which is typical for the United States.

As mentioned earlier, the University of Florida’s campus spreads on over 2,000 acres (8.1 km²). It serves as a home to a variety of historic buildings, such as the Century Tower, a 157-foot-tall (48 m) carillon tower in the center of the campus historic district. Other notable facilities include the J. Hillis Miller Health Science Center, University of Florida Cancer Hospital, McKnight Brain Institute, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Reitz Student Union, Cancer and Genetics Research Complex, University of Florida Hillel, Smathers Library, Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Harn Museum, Marston Science Library, University Auditorium, O\'Connell Center, Baughman Center, Florida Gymnasium, Southwest Recreation Center, McGuire Center, Hub, McKethan Stadium, Holland Law Center, Emerson Alumni Hall, Library West, and Pressly Stadium.