|University of Florida|
|Endowment||$1.73 billion (2018) |
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The University of Florida College of Health and Human Performance is an academic college of the University of Florida. The College of Health and Human Performance was founded in 1946 and is located on the university's Gainesville, Florida campus. The college has four departments and four research centers. The college is unique in that the majors that are offered are inter-disciplinary in nature. As of 2021, there were more than 2,900 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the college.  In 2022 the College of Health and Human Performance generated $10 million in research expenditures. 
|1946–1970||Dennis K. Stanley|
|1986–2003||Patrick J. Bird|
|(Interim) 2012–2013||Kelli Brown|
|2013–present||Michael B. Reid|
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