• Springs Complex

    University of FloridaGainesville, FL

  • Overall Dorm Grade

    • C
      Location on Campus
    • A
      Dorm Common Areas
    • C
      Proximity to Dining
    • B
      Independent Study Space
    • A
      Room Size
    • A
      Wifi Connectivity

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  • About Springs Complex

    Springs Residential Complex designed for students who prefer more personal privacy as well as the opportunity to share common social and recreational space with other students. Springs features suite-style rooms with large walk-in closets, and a bathroom shared between two rooms. Springs Residential Complex is home to the GatorWell living learning community.

    Gender: Coed
    Residents: Undergraduate Student

    Amenities at Springs Complex

    • Laundry room
    • Study lounge
    • Cable
    • Air Conditioning
    • WiFi
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    Resident Reviews of Springs Complex

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    • Freshman  |  August 13
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    • Freshman  |  August 13
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      The dorm was perfect size for two people and makes it easy to meet new friends

    • Freshman  |  August 13
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      There is so much space in our dorm room and the closet is huge! My roommate and I love it!

    • Freshman  |  October 1
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      The room is bigger than anything else you can get on campus and it includes a walk in closet. I actually felt that I had more space than I needed at first but now all the room is much appreciated. The bathroom has two sinks and ample drawer space, but probably the best part about it would be the stall with the toilet for even more privacy. My only real complaint about springs is the location. Walking to class isn’t too bad but it’s just more time consuming than other dorms, but living right on frat row is the biggest con about springs. I personally am not into Greek life or tailgating so maybe it’s just me, but during rush week and game days it is so loud that it is hard to study in the dorms or even walk through the streets surrounding my building.

    • Freshman  |  January 27
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      Springs Complex is an excellent dorm for first year freshman at the University of Florida. Although it far away from classes and the center of campus, the transit system is very efficient as buses come by the dorm every 5 minutes throughout the day. The bathroom is very nice and the rooms have more then enough space as they come with a walk-in closet.

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  • Room Types at Springs Complex

    • Suite, 2-person

      Suites consist of two single bedrooms and one shared bathroom. Each bedroom contains one bed, one desk, one chair and one dresser.

    • Suite, 4-person

      Suites consist of two private bedrooms, two walk-in closets, and one shared bathroom. Each bedroom contains two beds, two desks, two chairs, and two dressers.

    • Traditional Room, 2-person

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