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UNF apartments each have their own process when implementing their roommate selection methodology. Most often, a living community that offers roommate selection for its University of North Florida Student’s, will provide you with a roommate matching questionnaire. This Q&A form will ask you questions from preferences, likes, dislikes, hobbies, study interests and even career goals. How you answer the questions will determine what kind of person would be most compatible for you to live with. Living with a roommate can likely cut costs to your rent and even help you ease your finance struggles. It can also help you meet new friends and become adjusted to the collegiate life. While these are just a few of the benefits a roommate can offer you when living on your own, I’m sure there are still a few negative aspects that are apprehending your decision to live with a new friend. In the event that you find you are having a hard time living with your new roommate, you can always speak with your administrative staff at your community. The management staff is often trained to help you negotiate and solve your issues at hand. If you conclude your living situation is no longer an option, the staff will help to relocate you to a better living area.