Rates & Policies

FACILITY RENTAL RATES

University of Florida Official Use

Weekdays, 8am-11:30pm

Learning Center with Classroom: $400

Learning Center without Classroom: $350

Classroom Only: $50 per 4-hour block
(8am-12pm or 1pm-5pm)

Education Building + Teaching Pavilion: $200

 

Saturdays, 10am-11:30pm

Sundays, 10am-8pm

Learning Center with Classroom: $700

Education Building + Teaching Pavilion: $200

*Supplemental insurance required only if alcohol is served.

Non-UF Business/Private Use

Weekdays, 8am-11:30pm

Learning Center with Classroom: $700

Learning Center without Classroom: $650

Classroom Only: $100 per 4-hour block
(8am-12pm or 1pm-5pm)

Education Building + Teaching Pavilion: $300

 

Saturdays, 10am-11:30pm

Sundays, 10am-8pm

Learning Center with Classroom: $1300

Education Building + Teaching Pavilion: $400

*Supplemental insurance required. Deposit of 25% required at the time of reservation confirmation.

FOREST CAMPUS POLICIES

Before your event can take place at the Austin Cary Forest Campus, there are a few things to note:

  1. All reservations must go through the online booking system for accurate processing.
  2. For your event to be approved/confirmed, a non-refundable deposit of 25% is required (non-UF events).
  3. Payment must be made in full no later than 30 days prior to your event’s start date.
  4. Insurance is required for non-UF/State of Florida events, or any events including alcohol service.
  5. Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the Austin Cary Forest or associated facilities.

Events and participants at the Forest Campus must comply with all facility policies, UF regulations, and State of Florida laws and statutes.

For full details regarding rentals of the Forest Campus facilities, please reference the Austin Cary Forest Campus Policies document.

WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT US

  • We need to encourage all our students and citizens to appreciate the value of forestry to our environment. This learning center can play a most important part in this endeavor.

    Vam York, 2013

  • As faculty and Director of SFRC, I marveled at the beauty of the forest and Lake Mize as background of the building that was destroyed. Mitzi and I want future students and faculty to have the same experiences. An enhanced Learning Center will make that possible and reach greater numbers of the public to help them understand the significant roles of forests in their lives.

    DR. WAYNE SMITH, 2013