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Opened in 1977, Turlington Hall houses most of the administrative offices for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Turlington Hall was named for the former Secretary of Education for the State of Florida, Ralph Turlington. This building also contains classrooms, teaching auditoriums, and faculty offices. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is UF's largest college and offers majors in the social, biological, physical sciences, mathematics, and humanities fields.

Turlington is home to the Office of Academic Technology (AT) that provides resources, technical assistance, and equipment to assist UF faculty, staff and students. The Center for Instructional Technology and Training (CITT) promotes the use of technology in instruction providing one-on-one training, classroom instruction and individual consultation.

Adjacent to Turlington Hall is Rolfs Hall and the Turlington Hall Courtyard. The courtyard is a popular between-class hangout.
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