Every student has their own educational journey. Whether that be attending college right out of high school or pursuing their education years later, UF Online makes earning a University of Florida bachelor’s degree at any stage of your life possible. In celebration of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Day, we turn the spotlight over
As the fully-online pathway to a University of Florida degree, UF Online welcomes students from around the world to earn a nationally-ranked education right from their home. With 25 fully online degree pathways, students worldwide can join the Gator Nation without compromising quality due to their location. UF Online is proud to have Gators in
It is no surprise that a growing number of undergraduate students are choosing to pursue their education online. The flexibility of completing coursework from anywhere makes an online pathway to a bachelor’s degree appealing. This is especially true for students who have busy schedules or simply rather not be tied down to an in-person schedule.
GAINESVILLE, FL – As universities and colleges around the world worked tirelessly to transition classes online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, one UF Online program faced a unique challenge. While the majority of its coursework was already offered online, the unique Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology & Cell Science from the UF College of
Courage, ambition, and perseverance are just a few words to describe U.S. Army veteran Kennedy Musembi, who at 27 years old has accomplished so much. One of those big accomplishments was graduating with his UF bachelor’s in Microbiology & Cell Science: a degree he wasn’t sure would be possible at the time while he was
It’s not every day that you find out one of your Gator peers was a finalist on America’s Got Talent. As surprising as it may be for his classmates and professors, Dariel Liakhovetski, 19, was a viral sensation along with his brother for their impressive musical performance on the hit television show. While Dariel continues
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Phong Truong was born in a poor fishing village in Vietnam. His father had a 9th grade education and worked as a tailor while his mother, a seamstress, had a 6th grade education. When Truong was 2 years old, his family moved to the United States in search of better economic opportunity.