Capital

From its modest beginnings as a land-grant university with 102 students, the University of Florida has grown into a flourishing international institution of higher education. It is one of the largest and most comprehensive universities, and the site of endeavors ranging from cutting-edge genetics research, to championship athletics programs, to the synthesis of culture and technology. To continue moving forward — to go greater — UF needs classrooms, labs and other spaces that nourish enlightenment, learning and discovery.

It’s the generosity, the care, the foresight, the kindness and the selflessness of UF’s philanthropists who invest in infrastructure that allow the University of Florida to be part of people’s lives — from first breath to last, and for whatever life deals them in between.

Named Spaces

William R. Hough Hall

William R. Hough Hall houses the Hough Graduate School of Business programs. It is just one element...

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Walter J. Matherly Hall

Matherly Hall housed the College of Business Administration and was constructed in post-World War II...

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Nathan P. Bryan Hall

Located at the corner of University Avenue and 13th Street, Bryan Hall is home of the MBA Programs...

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Bill Alcorn Undergraduate Student Center

The Bill Alcorn Undergraduate Student Center, located in Bryan Hall, is home to professional...

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Warrington Courtyard

Warrington Courtyard is located in the northeast corner of campus between Bryan and Gerson Halls. It...

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Emerson Courtyard

Emerson Courtyard is located centrally among the business program buildings in the northeast area of...

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Gary R. Gerson Hall

Ground-breaking for Gerson Hall, home of the Fisher School of Accounting, took place on October 11,...

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