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Anderson Scholars

Welcome to the Anderson Scholars page! The Anderson Scholars award was established by the University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences to recognize outstanding academic achievements by undergraduates in their first two years of enrollment. The award reflects the historical role of the College in educating students during their first two years at UF, and is open to all UF students, regardless of college. The award is named for James N. Anderson, who served as the first Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (1910-1930), after whom Anderson Hall is named. This award is the highest recognition bestowed on students for their first two years of course work, and is a true mark of academic distinction for UF students.

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Students do not apply to become Anderson Scholars; the list is pulled automatically. This recognition is not limited to students in CLAS; students from every college become Anderson Scholar.

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