The State University System of Florida is aiming to deliver 40 percent of its total undergraduate credit hours through online education by 2025, the Sun-Sentinel reported. The system, a collection of 12 universities, enrolls more than 300,000 students and includes a number of institutions that have experimented with online education to solve the state's overcrowding issue. The University of Florida has for several semesters offered an online-to-campus program known as Pathway to Campus Enrollment (or PaCE), as well as fully online undergraduate degrees, while the University of Central Florida has used livestreamed lectures to increase class sizes.
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