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 either World War I or 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 they should be added to this list.

Science and mathematics[edit]

Nobel Prize laureates[edit]

Astronauts[edit]

Presidents of universities and colleges[edit]

Politicians, military officers, and judges[edit]

United States Ambassadors[edit]

United States Senators[edit]

Federal Judges[edit]

United States Representatives[edit]

Governors[edit]

Mayors[edit]

Generals and admirals[edit]

Business executives, policy leaders, and others[edit]

Presidents and chief executive officers[edit]

Architects[edit]

Athletic directors[edit]

University benefactors[edit]

Arts, literature, humanities, and entertainment[edit]

Actors and actresses[edit]

Head football coaches[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Pageantry[edit]

Poets[edit]

Reporters, correspondents, and newscasters[edit]

Sportcasters[edit]

Sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

For University of Florida baseball players, see List of Florida Gators baseball players in Major League Baseball.

Basketball[edit]

For University of Florida men's basketball players, see List of Florida Gators men's basketball players in the NBA.
For University of Florida women's basketball players, see List of Florida Gators women's basketball players in the WNBA.

Football[edit]

For University of Florida football players, see List of Florida Gators football players in the NFL.

Golf[edit]

For University of Florida men's golfers, see List of Florida Gators men's golfers on the PGA Tour.
For University of Florida women's golfers, see List of Florida Gators women's golfers on the LPGA Tour.

Tennis[edit]

For University of Florida tennis players, see List of Florida Gators tennis players.

Olympians[edit]

For University of Florida Olympians, see List of University of Florida Olympians.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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