How does the University of Florida compare to other universities?

Published: June 28th, 2016

Category: FAQ

With an enrollment of over 50,000 students, it is one of the ten largest universities in the United States. The University ranks among the nation’s 51 leading research universities as categorized by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, and it holds membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities, thus being ranked among the top 60 US research institutions.

Three institutions — the University of Minnesota, Ohio State University, and the University of Florida — offer more academic programs on a single campus than any of the other approximately 3,000 colleges and universities. The University of Florida has 19 colleges and schools and over 60 interdisciplinary research and education centers, bureaus, and institutes. The Graduate School coordinates programs in approximately 90 academic departments leading to over 100 master’s degrees and 60 doctoral degrees.

To learn more about why UF is special, visit http://www.ufl.edu/about/university-facts/.

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