Affiliate Groups

Association of Black Alumni

Contact:
Jacynta Brewton, President
ufabapres@gmail.com
aba.ufalumni.ufl.edu

The Association of Black Alumni (ABA) is operated for educational and charitable purposes in support of the University of Florida, as set forth in the Association’s Charter. The ABA assists with the recruitment of retention of Black students and supports students through mentoring programs and scholarship fundraising initiatives. The ABA’s efforts also include promoting the efforts of the Institute of Black Culture, campus student groups and UF programs.


Association of Hispanic Alumni

Contact:
Diana Delgado, President
aha@ufalumni.ufl.edu
AHA Facebook page

The Association of Hispanic Alumni (AHA) is an alumni group of Gators who are Hispanic or have a Hispanic/Latin cultural background. The goals of the AHA is to promote the University of Florida, assist current UF students to continue developing their commitment to UF and their pride in the Hispanic Culture. The AHA sponsors fundraising events to gather funds for scholarships and awards an annual “Gran Caiman” award that highlights a Hispanic Gator who has represented UF in a positive and successful manner.


Florida Blue Key Alumni

Contact:
FBK Alumni Site

The Florida Blue Key Alumni Association (FBKAA) is dedicated to the ongoing mission of leadership and public service to Florida Blue Key, the University of Florida and the Sunshine State. The FBKAA seeks to engage alumni in the different regions of Florida to enhance the organization, UF Homecoming, Gator Growl and work towards advancing the efforts of the University of Florida towards national preeminence.


Association of LGBT & Allied Alumni

Contact:
Ricky Carter, President
uflgbtalumni@gmail.com
LGBT-A Website
LGBT Alumni Facebook page

The LGBT & Allied Alumni group aims to (re)connect UF LGBT & Allied Alumni with current LGBT and Allied students, alumni, and the university community at large. Through doing so, the LGBT & Allied Alumni will help foster a strong commitment to cultivating resources, mentorship, support, and community for all LGBT and Allied Gators.


Association of Muslim Alumni


Contact:
Iman Zawahry, President
maa@ufalumni.ufl.edu
MAA Facebook page

The Association of Muslim Alumni (AMA) seeks to ensure that Muslim alumni from UF sustain a proactive connection to current Muslim students, other Muslim alumni, and the University of Florida. The MAA aims to create a platform to reach and engage all University of Florida Muslim alumni and students in order to provide resources, support, mentorship, and a strong sense of community.


Association of Jewish Alumni

Contact:
Eric Stein, President
jaa@ufalumni.ufl.edu
www.jewishgators.com

The Association of Jewish Alumni's goal is to meet the needs of Jewish alumni. The AJA strives to connect current students with Jewish alumni. The AJAoffers numerous opportunities including: professional networking, member events, leadership opportunities, direct communication with the University, a link to fellow class members and a way to outwardly express your Gator pride.


Association of Asian Alumni

Contact:
Michael Satyapor, President
aaa.ufalumni@gmail.com
aaa.ufalumni.ufl.edu
AAA Facebook page

The Association of Asian Alumni (AAA) is a part of, and receives support from, the UFAA. Membership with the AAA is a way to reconnect, maintain contact with friends old and new, learn from your peers, and create a mentoring relationship. The AAA facilitates alumni connections with current students and fosters connections with the university and engagement with what is happening within the APIA community at the University of Florida and beyond.


Gator Band Alumni

Contact:
www.ufbands.com

The Gator Band Alumni Association (GBAA) is dedicated to the ongoing improvement and strengthening of the Gator Band. The GBAA seeks to engage band alumni and friends to create and maintain a strong bond between band alumni and the University of Florida. The GBAA recognizes the value of the Gator Band experience and provides support for the program’s success.