These exhibits highlight thematic selections of content held by Special Collections and University Archives and in the University of North Florida's institutional repository, the UNF Digital Commons.

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Celebrating 50 Years of Diversity at UNF
Celebrating 50 Years of Diversity at UNF

UNF Land AcknowledgementWe gratefully acknowledge that the University of North Florida is on the unceded ancestral homelands of the Mocama-speaking Timucuas. We recognize that other Indigenous peoples also built homelands here, including the Yamasees and Guales. For thousands of years, Indigenous peoples made this region into a vibrant center of diplomacy, exchange, and religious practice. We pay respect to these nations and to their descendants.We further recognize the historical and ongoing impact of colonization in our region and state as well as the resiliency of Indigenous peoples. Today, Florida is home to the sovereign nations of the Seminole Tribe of Florida and Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida, as well as citizens of other Native nations and communities whose ancestors include Mocamas, Yamasees, and Guales.

Founding UNF:  A University of North Florida 50th Anniversary Exhibit
Founding UNF: A University of North Florida 50th Anniversary Exhibit
UNF Through the Years
UNF Through the Years

A selection of items from the University of North Florida's University Archives.

Student Activities
Student Activities

A look at student life over the years through content held in the University Archives.

Florida Blue Archives
Florida Blue Archives

An exhibit featuring images, printed materials, and videos from the from the Florida Blue Archives.