Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month was founded in 1993 at the University of Florida is a student-run celebration that aims to engage, empower and entertain the UF student population with an emphasis on the Hispanic/Latinx community. We strive to showcase the differences and similarities within our numerous nationalities. In doing so, we give the Hispanic/Latinx community a space to demonstrate their pride. We wish to serve as a source of information to the Hispanic-Latinx and immigrant community. The largest student-run Hispanic Heritage celebration in the nation!
The time has come! Everyone please help us in welcoming the newest member to Hispanic Heritage Month’s DAD team: “Camilo el camaleón”!
Tune in on our social media for more on Camilo and the DAD team’s adventures as we approach September 15th!
HHM Executive Board
Internal Programming Director
Director of Co-Sponsorship
Assistant Executive Director
External Programming Director
Director of Outreach
Director of Philanthropy & Service Day
Director of Engagement
Director of Graphics
Nicole Sotomayer Zarate
Director of Media
This Past Year!
Throughout the Hispanic Heritage Month, here are some of the events presented.
Opening Ceremony: "Pasion por el Carnaval"
Talent & Pageant: "Brillar"
"Pasiones & Sexo Talks with Teresa"
HHM 5K, Tournament, and Field Day:
"Muevete Con Pasion"
Art Fest: "Pasion y Resistencia
Fiesta: "Pasion Bajo El Sol"
Closing Ceremony: "Pasion por mi Tierra"