Development & Fundraising: Make a Gift

More than ever, philanthropy is critical to our future. We ask for your partnership and your generosity in our campaign to build the future of medical education at the University of Florida. Your gift can help our students excel, our researchers break new ground in the treatment of disease, and our faculty and alumni to continue providing extraordinary care and service. A charitable gift in support of the College’s missions yields an unparalleled return on investment for our many benefactors.

Supporting Medicine at UF

Gifts from individuals, foundations, corporations and associations play a key role in advancing the effectiveness and growth of medicine for patients and families seeking care:

  • Fellowships and scholarships for medical students provide the UF College of Medicine with the competitive edge needed to recruit the best and brightest students.
  • State-of-the-art medical equipment and facilities are critical to support Florida’s world-class research, education and patient care.
  • Endowed professorships at the UF College of Medicine will attract the brightest physician-scientists in the nation, creating a powerful team to advance medicine for our patients.


Faculty Support

Capital Projects

Scholarships lend critical support to students and are an investment in the education of tomorrow’s health care leaders.


Crucial for recruiting and retaining the best faculty, an endowed professorship can drive research discoveries, create opportunity for collaboration and support talented scholars.


Leading-edge buildings and infrastructure allow for our students to learn in the most technologically advanced environment.


To make a gift directly to any other department, program or fund using a credit card, please choose a specific fund from the College of Medicine complete list of funds.

Contact Us

To discuss longer-term strategies such as pledges, planned gifts, and transfers of appreciated assets toward establishing endowments, named professorships and capital improvements, please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs.