University of Florida

Gainesville, Florida

University of Florida

UF mostly looks at the GPA and LSAT scores when looking at the applicante. They don't overlook the other things though and take into consideration the other important things. They look at applicant’s academic credentials, including LSAT score, UGPA, level of writing skills, breadth of studies, and on other criteria, including, but not limited to, the applicant’s work and other life experience, leadership experience, and depth of particular interest.


Their application fee is $30.

Local Attractions

Hiking Paynes Prairie is a state preserve in Gainesville. Also there is a Hippodrome theatre located in downtown Gainesville. I would like to possibly be on their Softball team.
At the university I will be studying in their law school. I will earn a degree in criminal law, then I will hopefully attend some classes for animal science at the same university. I would like to become an animal cruelty investigator.


In-state tuition is $5,700 total is $17,990 and out of state tuition is $27,936 totaling $40,226.


For Animal Science I want earn a Master's degree.For Criminal Law I need to earn at least a bachelor's degree.
Not many people go to college to become an animal cruelty investigator so the chances of me getting hired for it would be very likely.
“Kindness and compassion towards all living things is a mark of a civilized society. Conversely, cruelty, whether it is directed against human beings or against animals, is not the exclusive province of any one culture or community of people. ” ― Cesar Chavez
Sara Nicely-Alumnus - Grad Year 2010-College Life Rating: 5 -College Life 5  UF really has everything there is to offer and it provided for me the perfect college experience. It is located in the small town of Gainesville, Florida so the community thrives off of the University. This is great because it units people at school and community more. Renee Sylvia-Alumnus - Grad Year 2002College Life Rating: 5-College Life 5 - One of my favorite memories of the school was the social atmosphere. The town was quaint and revolved around the University with all of the restaurants, bars and stores geared for college students. There was a large Greek community with over 30 sororities and fraternities in tota... l. The Florida Gators football team was a major part of my experience, attending the football games and festivities helped me to meet a diverse group of people and gave me a sense of community.
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