The mission of the Gator Club® of Miami is to foster and enhance the relationship between the University of Florida, its alumni, students and friends in the City of Miami, its surrounding areas and to support the University’s mission of teaching, research and service. We look forward in working with you in achieving our mission.


The Association of Hispanic Alumni is located here in Miami and you can be a part of their organization simply by checking the AHA box on your next renewal of membership. If you are interested in more information about the AHA and our Gator Guateque Weekend go to


The New World School of the Arts is located in the center of Downtown Miami. NWSA is Florida’s premier center of excellence in the visual and performing arts. As a conservatory, NWSA develops talented students in the areas of dance, music, theater and visual arts from the ninth grade in high school through a Bachelor of Fine Arts or Bachelor in Music college degree. If you are interested in more information about NWSA go to


Tropical Research and Education Center of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), University of Florida is located in Homestead, Florida about 30 miles south of Miami. The Center was established in 1929 by an act of the state legislature in what is now Miami-Dade County on land donated by the Krome family and Mr. Charles E. Schaff. If you are interested in more information about TREC go to


The University of Floridas Emerson Alumni Hall is a 60,000-square-foot landmark facility built in the traditional Gothic architecture prevalent on our campus. In addition to being the focal point for alumni and friends, Emerson Alumni Hall will host lectures, classes and programs for students, faculty and alumni. If you are interested in more information about UFAA go to

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Are you an advocate for the University of Florida? By joining the Gators for Higher Education, you can help communicate the Universitys goals to Floridas elected officials. Our mission is to be advocates for UF and make it the best it can be a top-ranked U.S. University that educates Floridas future leaders, drives the states economic development, produces breakthroughs in scientific research, and serves the people of our state.

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Alumni who are35and youngerare our Gator Young Alumni. GCOM is here to strengthen the Gator Young Alumni connection to the Gator Nation and dedicate programs that would be of interest to young alumni, such as community service projects, career networking, travel opportunities and social activities.

Show your Orange and Blue spirit by becoming a Gator Volunteer. GCOM is solely run on Gator Volunteers and we are asking for you to get involved. If you are interested in becoming a Gator Volunteers please e-mail a completed 2011-2012 GCOM Volunteer Information application to Nicole Cueto at