Congratulations on your PaCE offer, #UF23!

You’ve been admitted into one of the most unique hybrid undergraduate experiences in the country.

We’re here to help you find answers to any questions you may have. The Pathway to Campus Enrollment program enables students to begin their studies online and then transition to campus later on. The University of Florida’s Online program is a nationally recognized, highly-selective pathway for Gator undergraduates with over 20 fully online degrees. Through PaCE, UF offers so much more, including over 50 hybrid UF majors (start online, finish on campus). This is all part of the University of Florida’s commitment to expansive access to an elite education via remarkable digital pathways!

We have compiled resources below to start you on your journey.

PaCE Resources

Start here: What is PaCE?

Visit the UF Office of Admissions Frequently Asked Questions about PaCE to learn more about the program.

Learn more about UF Online

UF Online is ranked No. 4 in the country for online undergraduate programs by U.S. News & World Report 2020. The first half of your undergraduate experience in PaCE will be through the UF Online academic pathway.

  • Read about what UF Online offers you -- the Gators Online Advantage.
  • UF Online Gators are Gators from Day One. Our online students enjoy freedom of movement, lower tuition and fees, a dedicated academic advisor, their own virtual campus community forum (the UF Online Plaza), all while learning directly from the prestigious UF faculty that also teach on our Gainesville campus.
  • Have a question about UF Online?
    • Ask us! Connect with the UF Online team at
    • Join us at an upcoming #UF23 PaCE chat that will be hosted this year by UF Online the weeks of February 18 and February 25. Details will be posted here on our site, so check back for updates. We will also be emailing all admitted PaCE students with the details and how to sign up.
    • Your courses will be in Canvas. Learn more about UF’s learning management system here.
    • Curious about our online offerings? Check out the list of UF Online courses to see what types of courses UF offers its fully online students.
Connect with your college based on your PaCE major
On-Campus Experiences

While PaCE students take all of their classes online (prior to their campus transition) and do not have to pay certain fees, those who want a robust campus experience can move to Gainesville and participate in a variety of student activities and programs by opting into the Optional Fee Package.

By opting into this package, PaCE students have all of the same privileges of residential students, with the exception of attending live lectures (all classes are online) and living in on-campus housing. Some of these benefits include entry to sports games, free bus rides, gym use, and more. The UF Off Campus Life office is available to assist PaCE student needs.

Chat with us for more information
  • Join us at an upcoming #UF23 PaCE virtual chat that will be hosted this year by UF Online Monday, Feb 18 and Wednesday, Feb. 27. Find out more details and registration info here.
  • Can’t make a chat? Just a reminder that UF Online is here to help address your PaCE questions. Drop us an email at We will get back to you as soon as we can. Be sure to connect with us before you come to campus.
    • Insider tip: Always have an appointment so you don’t have to wait around should you wish to visit with us or your college advisors face-to-face!
  • Students and parents are welcome to visit campus during the UF Florida Days event. This program offers multiple sessions and provides an opportunity to meet faculty, staff and current students. Invitations to this are emailed directly to students, and registration is required. These events fill up, so we encourage you to register early. Here is the schedule:
    • Fri, March 15
    • Fri, March 22
    • Fri, March 29
    • Fri, April 5
Engage with your fellow students and UF Online on social

Find us and your #UF23 cohort on social!

Ready to be a Gator? Here are your next steps

Visit the Admissions site to find out what to do from here. Keep in mind these following important dates:

  • PaCE Preview (orientation) Information Available: Late February
  • Financial Aid Information Available: Early March
  • Signed PaCE Contract and $200 Tuition Deposit Deadline: May 1
  • Final High School and College Transcripts Deadline: July 15