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FNDC 2014 & UF College of Dentistry DMD Class Reunions

FNDC 2014 is quickly approaching and we hope you have your calendars marked

The convention is June 12-14 at the beautiful Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla. The college is hosting meetings, class reunions and a reception for all alumni and friends. Please see below for the list of Gator Dentist events:






Development Advisory Committee

Friday, June 13

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m

St. George Room 108

The Future of Our College


Class Leader Meeting

Friday, June 13

11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m

St. George Room 106

Connecting to the Gator Dental Nation

Alumni & Friends Meeting

Friday, June 13

12:00 – 1:30 p.m

St. George Room 108

The Future of Our Profession

Gator Dentist Reception

Friday, June 13

5:30 – 7:30 p.m

Orange Blossom Room


After the meetings, please join D.M.D. students, alumni, faculty and friends of the college at the Gator Dentist Reception from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at he Orange Blossom Room. The FDA is asking all attendees to wear their school colors on Friday as part of their “fandemonium” theme and we look forward to see a sea of orange and blue for all of our events!

UF College of Dentistry Class Reunions

To the UF College of Dentistry graduating classes of 1979, 1994 and 1999: 

Please click on your class year to register for your reunion.






7:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Friday, June 13

Old Hickory


11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Saturday, June 14

Sunset Sam’s


8:00 – 11:00 p.m.

Friday, June 13

Sunset Sam’s

Please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs with any questions, as well as your RSVP by Friday, May 30th by fax: 352-273-6776, phone: 352-273-5780 or email:

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Why give?

Support to the Academy of Alumni and Friends Annual Fund helps to continue a long-standing tradition of helping the college improve the quality of its programs for students. By providing funding for academic enrichment and student programs, the Academy of Alumni and Friends Annual Fund ensures that the College’s outstanding students have the resources necessary to prepare them for a professional career in dentistry.

Gifts to the Academy of Alumni and Friends Annual Fund support:

Planned giving

Include support of College of Dentistry programs in your legacy. As well as benefiting the college, a planned gift can help you achieve your goals by protecting your property, providing for your family, and guaranteeing you a life income. Learn more at the

University of Florida Foundation website.

UF President’s Council

UF President's Council logoThe President’s Council is the University of Florida’s leadership giving society.  It is named in honor of UF presidents, past and present, who have helped create and preserve the University’s legacy of distinction and excellence in research, education and service.

Membership in the President’s Council is based on cumulative giving from generous alumni, friends and organizations. Gifts of cash, securities, real estate or insurance premiums, employer matches and gifts in kind are all counted toward your cumulative giving, which determines your President’s Council level. Deferred gifts at 50 percent of their face value are also included in your overall giving total.

President’s Council Membership Levels


Cumulative Giving of $10 Million+


Cumulative Giving of $1 Million+


Cumulative Giving of $100,000+

For more information, visit the UFF President’s Council website.

Online giving

Make a gift securely and conveniently at the Florida Tomorrow website.


Giving by phone or mail

Help fund a new home for clinical care and education in Periodontology and Prosthodontics

Perio/Pros Clinic design rendering Perio/Pros Clinic design rendering

Alumni and friends of the college have made gifts currently totaling more than $500,000 to fund a transformative nine-month renovation of Clinic 1A into state-of-the-art periodontology and prosthodontics graduate clinics. The renovation is scheduled for completion in July 2012, just in time for the 2012 periodontology and prosthodontics residents to begin their graduate programs.

View design images, get more information and learn how you can support the project