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UF/IFAS CALS at Plant City

Plant City is one of several statewide locations through the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Students can earn a bachelor’s degree from Plant City in several degree programs through the transfer admissions process.  

Distance education is a flexible solution that allows students to further their education while maintaining other responsibilities, such as a full-time job or family. Students take course in person at the Plant City location one – two days a week along with courses online.

Would you like to take a few courses or earn a degree from the University of Florida but can't move to Gainesville? If so, the UF/IFAS CALS distance education center in Plant City can help! We are conveniently located between Tampa and Orlando and offer courses in three degree programs with a choice of five different specializations. Contact us today for more information or to arrange a visit.

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Directions (Interactive Map Below)


  • From Gainesville

    Take I-75 South to I-4, then take I-4 eastbound towards Orlando. Exit at Park Rd. (Exit # 22) and turn right (south) onto Park Road/FL-535 S. Turn left (east) onto E. Cherry St. (first traffic light). Turn right at the first driveway, then turn right into the parking lot of the PEPC-Educational Partnership Center.

  • From Tampa

    Take I-275 N toward I-4, then take Exit 45B to merge onto I-4 eastbound toward Orlando. Exit at Park Rd. (Exit # 22) and turn right (south) onto Park Road/FL-535 S. Turn left (east) onto E. Cherry St. (first traffic light). Turn right at the first driveway, then turn right into the parking lot of the PEPC-Educational Partnership Center.

  • From Orlando

    Take I-4 westbound toward Tampa. Exit at Park Rd. (Exit # 22) and turn left (south) onto Park Road/FL-535 S. Turn left (east) onto E. Cherry St. (first traffic light). Turn right at the first driveway, then turn right into the parking lot of the PEPC-Educational Partnership Center.

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