Graduate Student Diversity Organizations
The Asian Graduate Student Organization serves as a network to improve the quality of life for Asian graduate students at UF through professional development opportunities, social networking, encouraging student involvement, and more.
BGSO helps Black graduate and professional students foster meaningful and lasting relationships that aid in academic achievement and success.
The purpose of Gator McKnight’s Unite (GMU) is to facilitate networking opportunities, intellectual development, and the increase of African American and Latino citizens with Ph.D. degrees, by serving matriculating UF Florida Education Fund (FEF)- McKnight Fellows. The University of Florida consistently hosts the largest number of FEF fellows that all other Florida FEF- funded research institutions.
LOGRAS seeks to promote the development of Latino/Hispanic graduate students by fostering meaningful professional as well as collegiate relationships.
The UF MBA Black Business Students Association is dedicated to the professional, academic, and personal experiences of its members and the recruitment, retention, and engagement of Black business students and alumni at Hough Graduate School of Business.
SACNAS promotes diversity in STEM fields by providing students from diverse backgrounds with opportunities to participate in leadership roles, mentoring, professional development training, and networking.