College of Arts & Humanities Alumni​​

Be part of a network of other Knight doctors and medical professionals through the UCF College of Medicine Alumni Chapter! The hopes and dreams of 36 students and their families, friends and supporters culminated on May 17, 2013, at UCF’s first College of Medicine commencement ceremony. These three dozen doctors now begin the traditions of the UCF College of Medicine Alumni Chapter. Our chapter supports the UCF Office of Alumni Engagement and Annual Giving by cultivating a legacy and nurturing lifelong relationships with the college’s current and future alumni through professional development and networking, while offering meaningful opportunities for engagement that generate multifaceted support for the university. Best of all, there are no membership dues!

Get Involved

All Knights are welcome to join us for social, career and community events throughout the year.
Getting involved is easy! Here's how:
  • Update your contact information and share your news.
  • Connect with us on social media.
  • Volunteer with the college alumni chapter and directly affect the lives and future careers of UCF students.


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Azela Santana 

Director of Advancement
College of Arts & Humanities
College Website

Chapter Leadership

The UCF College of Arts & Humanities Alumni Chapter enhances the lives of graduates from the college by helping them stay connected to their alma mater. We create opportunities to bring CAH alumni and friends together to make a difference in the lives of CAH students and our community at large. Our chapter board members dedicate their time and effort through volunteering and philanthropy to develop events and programming that foster personal and professional connections, collaboration and creative dialogue, community engagement, outreach and visibility.
  • Holly Kahn ’93 | Immediate Past-chair
  • Arielle-Christine Study ’13 | Chair
  • Vanessa Loomie ’15 | Chair-elect
  • Eric Michael ’96 ’20MA | Communications Chair
  • Crystal Zavallo ’12 ’18MBA | Events Chair
  • Glen Samuels ’10 | Community Outreach Chair
  • Albert Morales ’10 | Mentorship Chair
  • Dave Schreier ’02 ’10MA | Faculty Liaison
  • Scot French | Faculty Liaison
  • Michael Caibio ’10 | Member-at-large
  • Angela Hinton ’01 | Member-at-large
  • Ephraim McCormick ’09 | Member-at-large
  • Nicholas Travaglini ’02 | Member-at-large
  • Chris Walker ’94 | Member-at-large
  • Jonathan Wicker ’13  | Member-at-large
  • Matthew DePasquale ’07 |  Member-at-large
  • Chris James ’16 | Member-at-large


Established by the CAH Alumni Chapter and launching fall 2018, the CAH Alumni Mentorship Program plans to foster meaningful relationships between CAH alumni and current students. The program provides alumni with the opportunity to give back to their alma mater, expand their network and enhance their resume, while supporting the educational and professional development and experience of current CAH students. The program is specifically designed and coordinated by the CAH Alumni Chapter Board of volunteers. It is our belief that student enthusiasm and alumni support are crucial to the continued success and advancement of this mentorship program.
For more information, please contact:
Alberto Morales ’10
Mentorship Chair
CAH Alumni Chapter Board

Signature Events

Eclectic Knights
Orlando Museum of Art
The College of Arts and Humanities Alumni Chapter host their annual Eclectic Knights event that will feature artwork by UCF alumni, faculty, staff and students. Enjoy the gallery, live music, cash bars and local cuisine.


Symphony Under the Stars
UCF Main Campus
Join CAH alumni and Marching Knights alumni for a family-friendly night under the stars at one of UCF’s longest standing traditions – Symphony Under the Stars. A dessert reception will precede the symphony. Bring chairs and blankets and enjoy the show! 
UCF Celebrates the Arts
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
UCF Celebrates the Arts is an annual festival showcasing creativity, innovation and collaboration at the University of Central Florida. Now in its seventh year at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, the festival includes events and exhibitions spanning ten days.
The art and performances by UCF students and faculty celebrate the resilience of the human spirit and the triumph of overcoming adversity. From the historic tragedy of Titanic to the fictional dystopian future of Emily St. John Mandel’s book Station Eleven, join us for an exploration of the power of art to heal and connect.


We owe our successes in large part to the generous contributions of the alumni, friends, corporations, and foundations who have supported our efforts. At the College of Arts and Humanities, every gift has an impact that extends beyond the campus into our communities, and every gift is deeply appreciated. We thank those who have invested in the college and inspired our students and faculty to pursue their academic and professional dreams.

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