List of University of Florida alumni

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This list of University of Florida alumni includes current students, former students, and graduates of the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. Honorary degree recipients can be found on the List of University of Florida honorary degree recipients, and notable administration, faculty, and staff are found on the List of University of Florida faculty and administrators.

Century Tower – a tribute to the students and alumni who died in World War I and World War II

Alumni status is open to all graduates of the University of Florida, all former students of the University of Florida who regularly matriculated and left the University of Florida in good standing. If a former athlete earns notable non-sports related distinctions, then he or she should be added to this list.

Science and mathematics

Nobel Prize laureates

Astronauts

Presidents of universities and colleges

Politicians, military officers, and judges

United States Ambassadors

United States Senators

Federal Judges

United States Representatives

Governors

Mayors

Generals and admirals

Business executives, policy leaders, and others

Presidents and chief executive officers

Architects

Athletic directors

University benefactors

Arts, literature, humanities, and entertainment

Actors and actresses

Head football coaches

Musicians

Andrew Copeland

Pageantry

Poets

Reporters, correspondents, and newscasters

Sportcasters

Sports

Baseball

Basketball

eSports

Football

Golf

Tennis

Olympians

See also

References

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