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University of Florida College of Education Norman Hall Renovation & Expansion

The entire project is a historic rehabilitation and innovative transformation of the College of Education’s historical physical form.

University of Florida Katie Seashole Pressly Softball Stadium

The new Katie Seashole Pressly Softball Stadium will consist of 360 degree open concourse seating connected across the entire stadium

Delta Gamma Sorority House at the University of Florida

Delta Gamma’s long history at the University of Florida will be captured and elevated in the construction of their new 25,000 sf house situated..

Community Donations Help Boys & Girls Club

TV20 WCJB Posted: Thu 6:46 AM, Nov 29, 2018  |  Updated: Thu 7:01 AM, Nov 29, 2018 WATCH VIDEO GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB)– With the help of several local donors, the Boys and Girls Club in Northwest Gainesville has undergone some improvements. Thanks to several local donors, including Lowe’s, Scorpio and Ashley Furniture Home…

University of Florida College of Education Rehabilitation & Expansion

November Update The Norman Hall rehabilitation and expansion is moving along nicely, with the Education Library currently open for use. The renovations are continuing to improve infrastructure, as well as enhance the Norman Hall experience for students, faculty and staff. Watch the video here.

Making a Home for Sorority Life

Each Scorpio project is unique. Each project delivers something special and of value to its owner. But when a project is somebody’s home, or in this case a lot of “somebodies” home, it takes on a different feel. In this case, it is a sorority house; the very first for…

University of Florida and Scorpio Celebrate Career Connections Center with Ribbon Cutting

UF Career Connections Center Ribbon Cutting Video

After $10 million and more than a year of renovation, the Career Connections Center at the University of Florida celebrated its official opening in a grand way on September 18.

Renovations had been in the works for about five years, from fundraising to designing to constructing.

In the 2016-2017 academic year, the career center worked with 25,000 students and connected students with employers nearly 13,000 times.

“To be one of the Top Ten Public Universities in the country, we have to offer career services that reflect our commitment to students and alumni,” said President Fuchs.

The renovated center includes engagement rooms for workshops and programs, interview rooms for employers and students to use and nooks along walls and in corners for students to use regardless of whether they need career advice at the time.

One of the highlighted features of the Career Connections Center is the Gator Career Closet, located on the ground floor. It is designed to look like a boutique. There, students can borrow professional clothing for interviews, meetings and other networking opportunities. President Fuchs borrowed a tie from the Career Closet before making his appearance at the event. “It is a really nice tie. I may have to keep it,” he remarked.

After the official ribbon-cutting took place, attendees gathered in the space and enjoyed a tour of the new facility and food and drink, while learning about the many services the Career Connection Center provides.