With campuses in Gainesville, Jacksonville and Orlando, the University of Florida College of Pharmacy’s footprint in Florida stretches from the coastal waters to major metropolitan cities. Students in our Pharm.D. program study the same curriculum at each campus thanks to state-of-the-art videoconferencing that allows for simultaneous learning. All of our campuses are connected to robust health systems that offer immense opportunities for professional training, collaborative research and clinical experiences.
The Gainesville campus is situated on the flagship campuses of the University of Florida and surrounded by world-class medical facilities at UF Health. Gainesville students enjoy interprofessional opportunities that exist with five other UF Health academic colleges as well as cultural, athletic and recreational activities that come with attending one of the nation’s largest universities.
Situated only a few miles from the Atlantic Ocean and the appeal of living near the beach, the Jacksonville campus offers students the opportunity to study pharmacy in a coastal city with many hospitals and health care options for intensive study. The Jacksonville campus offers small class sizes and its location within UF Health Jacksonville provides a professional environment where students can interact with patient and health care professionals on a daily basis.
The Orlando campus is located at the state-of-the-art UF Research and Academic Center at Lake Nona. Within close proximity to many health care institutions that are leading medical breakthroughs and innovation, UF College of Pharmacy Orlando students benefit from a breadth of hands-on training experience with medical professionals. Orlando’s many cultural and entertainment options appeal to UF College of Pharmacy students living in this thriving metropolitan city.
RSVP: Fall Open Houses
Our Gainesville and Jacksonville Open Houses have passed. You can schedule a campus tour with us here.
Meet Pharm.D. students, faculty and staff at our Orlando Campus Open House on October 17 from 3 – 5 p.m.