University of Florida Athletic Association

University of Florida Athletic Association


name = University Athletic Association
established = 1929
type =
dean = Athletic Director Jeremy Foley
city = Florida
country = USA
students =
campus =
website= [ Official website]
The University Athletic Association, Inc. (UAA) was founded in 1929. The UAA is a non-profit organization that is responsible for maintaining the intercollegiate athletic program for the Florida Gators.

The Athletic Association is overseen by the Controller and the Gator Boosters. Since 1990 the University Athletic Association has given the University of Florida nearly $40 million dollars to support educational programs. [ [ InsideUF - UAA gives $6 million to academic programs ] ]

One of the responsibilities of the University of Florida Athletic Director is to act as Chief Financial Officer for the (UAA). [ [ Hobart & William Smith Colleges: Alumni Biographies-Jeremy Foley '74] ]


External links

* [ Official website]
* [ Additional Info about the UAA]
* [ Mission of the UAA]
* [ Gatorzone the official website for UF Athletics]
* [ News about the UAA]
* [ "Gainesville Sun" article about the UAA]

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