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UF/IFAS Advancement

UF/IFAS Advancement

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Did you know? You can make a charitable gift of livestock, vehicles, equipment, stocks and securities, real estate, and more to benefit an area of UF/IFAS that is important to you.

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Create a brighter future for UF/IFAS through a multi-year pledge, charitable gift annuity, insurance policy, retirement benefit, estate plan or bequest.

Partner with Us


Invest in industry through a gift to the research that keeps it strong. Sponsorships, internships and fellowships are great ways corporations can partner with UF/IFAS.

Together, we GO GREATER.

Our world is facing challenges much bigger than any one person, one organization or one university can resolve, but together we are finding solutions. When visionary researchers, professors and campus leaders partner with equally far-seeing philanthropists, we are limited only by our imagination.

Blog: "Giving for Good"

CALS Graduation Guardians

Did you know? On average, 40% of CALS students graduate with student loan debt. UF College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Graduation Guardians help students immediately prepare for the workforce without the burden of debt, and encourage at-risk students to complete their degree. UF CALS students graduated with an average of

Graduate Student Investment

The University of Florida College of Agricultural and Life Sciences has one of the largest graduate student programs in the country. UF/IFAS Tropical Research & Education Center (TREC) faculty are approved by the university to direct graduate student research programs. Working with a TREC faculty member ensures the student’s research is focused on tropical and

A New SWFREC Dormitory

Located in Immokalee, Florida, the UF/IFAS Southwest Florida Research & Education Center (SWFREC) serves growers, farmers, and community members in Collier, Charlotte, Glades, Hendry, and Lee counties. Faculty direct graduate student research on vegetable and citrus crops, pesticides, precision agriculture and soil and weed science. This student research is often significant to agricultural producers;