Source: University of Florida Levin College of Law Office of Admissions Diversity Diversity is also an important factor in gaining admission, though this goes beyond race and ethnicity. A prior or current handicap, a non-traditional background, status as an international student or a series of impressive life accomplishments will make your file stand out. For those interested in what the ethnic and racial makeup of the law school is, here are the numbers: African-American, 5. The law school regularly makes it onto Hispanic Business Review's list for top 10 law schools in the nation for Hispanics. One first-year states that even though there is a diverse student body, including those who are older and married, "your straight-out-of-undergraduate people are probably the prominent population.
Accepting Your Offer — LL. Finding a Place to Live As a true college-town, Gainesville follows a predictable movement of residents. There are plenty of rental units in the Gainesville area and close to campus.
Prices of rental units vary to match its amenities.
We encourage you to live close to campus. The Levin College of Law does not endorse any particular apartment complex, however; listed below are some possible resources for students who are beginning their housing search. These apartments vary from one to two bedrooms as well as flat and town-house units.
Box , Gainesville, FL Admitted students may also utilize the Incoming Class Facebook page to meet other students and share housing needs and opportunities. The University of Florida and Shands Hospital at UF are the leading employers in Gainesville and provide jobs for many residents of surrounding counties.
Gainesville continues to rank as one of the best places to live in the United States.
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