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5 College Freshman

Weather: Southwest Florida, best weather there is probably.

5 College Freshman

Weather: Weather is amazing year round

3 College Sophomore

Weather: Ave has some bi-polar weather sometimes. One day it will be bright and hot and the next it is freezing cold. During the summer it is hot and humid and rains almost everyday. But other than that it is a very bright and warm state.

4 College Freshman

Weather: When I spoke with my admissions counselor in June, he said that the weather is very warm in September, still under the spell of the summer humidity. That humidity is also present in May, although to a lesser extreme because of the earlier time of year. But he said that when the calendar flips to October, the humidity snaps and the temperatures cool pretty dramatically. Winter temperatures in the daytime reach, at most, 80 degrees, but drop to the 30s at night. In that regard, it's very much like early to mid-spring, with warm days and chilly nights. He told me it rains almost every day, as well, but usually for only a half-hour to forty-five minutes, and then the sun is back out.

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4 College Freshman

Weather: The weather doesn't really affect my campus experience. The weather at Ave Maria is actually pretty warm sense its in florida. Although sometimes it catches a lot of rain which can be hard to go from class to class.


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Located in sunny Florida, Ave Maria University generally experiences fairly good weather for the majority of the year. This means students have year-round access to the beautiful beaches on the Gulf! During the summer, it can be between 80 and 100 degrees with lots of rainfall. As autumn approaches, there's still some rain, but not nearly as often. The temperature at that point also begins to cool and can range between 60 and 80 degrees, give or take, depending on the day. The winter is difficult to predict. In 2009, Florida was hit with a freeze, which was a surprise to most Floridians, while other winters are very mild. The temperatures can be anywhere between 20 to 70 degrees, depending on the year, but on average, it’s between 50 and 80 degrees. Spring here is beautiful; the weather is warm enough to go for a swim but not hot enough to make one feel uncomfortable.

Florida is a peninsula, so there’s a good bit of humidity year-round, though not so much during the winter. Obviously, there is a chance that a hurricane will hit, but there will be plenty of warning, and the University is built to withstand strong hurricanes. All in all, the weather’s beautiful, and it’s hard to ask for anything better!

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Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 83 °F
Spring - Low: 62 °F
Summer - High: 91 °F
Summer - Low: 73 °F
Fall - High: 83 °F
Fall - Low: 68 °F
Winter - High: 76 °F
Winter - Low: 54 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 2.76 in./month
Summer: 8.07 in./month
Fall: 4.57 in./month
Winter: 1.90 in./month
What to Pack
  • Light clothing
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Sunglasses
  • Umbrella
Did You Know?
The Collier County Mosquito Control District sprays Ave Maria to help control the mosquito problem, but you'll still want to bring your own mosquito repellant!


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