Class of 1974

Congratulations - Class of 1974 on the 50th anniversary of your graduation from the University of Florida! We will be hosting Reunion Weekend for October 24 - 26, 2024.   Please continue to check this website, your mailbox and email for more information regarding reunion details. Again, congratulations on achieving your 50th anniversary. We look forward to celebrating you and your fellow classmates on campus this Fall! 

Don't miss our digital reunion yearbooks for each class.  The online links for the books are available on the right hand side of this page.  This unique opportunity allows you to connect with your classmates prior to our reunion weekend activities.  To update your contact information, especially your email, please submit a contact update to

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University Press of Florida

Celebrating its 75th year, the University Press of Florida has published over 2,500 books and currently releases approximately 80 new titles a year.



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Florida Museum of Natural History

Learn more about the exhibits and upcoming events at UF’s very own expansive museum, which is rated as ne of the nation’s top five natural history museum. 


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IFAS Honey Bee Research

Bees are an important part of Florida’s agriculture and UF is dedicated to education, awareness and research as a means to improve the health and productivity of bee pollinators.  Find out ways that you can help our winged-friends at your own home. 

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Harn Museum of Art

Located on UF’s campus, explore all the Harn offers as they bring diverse university, community, national and global audiences through relevant and enlightening art collections, exhibitions and learning opportunities.

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UF Digital Collections at Smathers Libraries

Explore the most comprehensive knowledge resource in the state of Florida that crosses all disciplines in every format.  From traditional books to online, you’re never far from unlocking exciting information. 


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Samuel Proctor Oral History Program

The award-winning Samuel Proctor Oral History Program (SPOHP) was founded in 1967 and has conducted over 8,000 interviews. Their mission is to gather, preserve, and promote living histories of individuals from all walks of life. 

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Coffee & Conversation with Your Friends at Oak Hammock

As we all know, COVID-19 has infiltrated most aspects of daily life in the world today. We love welcoming our friends and prospects to the Oak Hammock campus! We are open for day-tours, so feel free to schedule one today! However, our fall event series has been converted to an online, virtual series through which we will offer valuable and informative presentations via ZOOM. We hope you can find time to join us!

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Making a Lasting Impact at UF

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UF News & Updates

Learn about new UF research, COVID-19 updates from UF Health and developments from around The Gator Nation®.

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A Time For Gator Greatness

In the midst of a global pandemic The Gator Nation® is rising to the occasion. Read the stories of Gators advancing the Gator Good.,


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