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Thomas G. Carpenter Library (Building 12) The Thomas G. Carpenter Library is a 199,000-square-foot facility featuring 352 public computer workstations and over 850,000 volumes of books, journals, peri...
Presidentâs Office John A. Delaney became UNFâs fifth president in 2003, and oversees a campus of more than 16,300 students, 600 faculty and more than 1,000 staff. During Delaneyâs time as presi...