Our alumni are our most treasured asset at the University of Florida College of Medicine, and our success is only as strong as your involvement. Class giving is a wonderful way to team up with your fellow alumni to maximize your philanthropy and express appreciation for the education you’ve received at the UF College of Medicine.
College of Medicine
Each celebrating MD class has chosen a fund to support in honor of the reunion. Click on your class year below to see which fund your fellow graduates have elected to support. Stay tuned for the monthly class reunion giving participation progress.
Class Giving Leader Board: Ranked from highest class participation to lowest and will be updated at the beginning of each month. Make a gift today to help your class to be on top!
School of Physician Assistant Studies
All celebrating PA Classes of 1983-2018 are encouraged to support the Wayne D. Bottom Scholarship Fund or PA Stethoscope Fund in honor of their reunion year.
The fund provides sources of funding to meet the needs of students who might not otherwise make it to our door, but they also reward current students for academic excellence and achievement. Support of this scholarship will impact PA students for generations to come.
The fund provides resources for stethoscopes each year for freshmen at the School of Physician Assistant Studies. This fund ensures that emerging PAs have the most critical tool of their profession at the beginning of their studies.
Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences
All Ph.D. graduates are encouraged to support the Friends of the Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences Fund in honor of their reunion.
Support a scholarship known as the Council of Academic Chairs Scholarship for the students who receive admissions to the candidacy award so that they may attend a scientific or educational career development course, such as courses offered at Jacksonville Labs in Main, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory or Woods Hole.
The Mavis Agbandje-McKenna, Ph.D. Scholarship Fund has been established to honor Dr. Agbandje-McKenna and her belief that everyone should pay it forward. The income from this fund will be awarded to aspiring young students in science to help them establish themselves in the field of their passions to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion in the scientific community. Funding will be used, among other things, for travel grants to attend scientific meetings, scholarships to help with educational expenses, awards for outstanding scholarly achievements, and help in preventing financial barriers that hinder success at graduate school.