WHAT IS GATORSHIP?
Gatorship is an all-inclusive off-campus weekend retreat for UF students interested in learning about social justice and their role in creating a more equitable and just campus environment. Through interactive presentations, engaging activities, and facilitated dialogue led by Gatorship staff, participants will explore social identities such as Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Sexuality, Religion, Ability, and Socioeconomic Status.
This transformational experience gives students the opportunity to build strong connections with a diverse group of their peers, explore issues of inequity and oppression, and become empowered to enact positive social change on campus and beyond.
Participant Applications are open to all UF students and are available in the Fall (October).
Gatorship Staff Applications are open to past Gatorship participants and are available in the Spring (March).
Read more about what students have to say about Gatorship- HERE.
Gatorship’s mission is to build a more inclusive and equitable campus community one gator at a time by providing foundational social justice education, facilitating dialogue across difference, and empowering students to become social change agents within the University of Florida and beyond.
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If you have additional questions, please contact Diana Moreno, Assistant Director for Multicultural and Diversity Affairs at 352-294-3566 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gatorship is a signature program under Multicultural and Diversity Affairs.