President’s Report

The President's Report, which serves as the University's annual report, is a publication that showcases major highlights of the past year and often includes a section focusing on a particular aspect of the institution. The report includes a message from the president and a financial section featuring summary reports on UM’s overall fiscal picture and its endowment, as well as statements and notes on its financial position.

As the University makes progress on the Roadmap to Our New Century, the 2016 President’s Report celebrates people and programs that are driving progress on our Hemispheric, Excellent, Relevant, and Exemplary aspirations.

The 2015 President's Report includes a letter from President Julio Frenk, who began his presidency on August 16 and discusses his 100 day "listening exercise," and what it will take to build and achieve what he is calling the Roadmap to our New Century.

The 2014 President’s Report, Global Horizons, looks at how this perspective impacts areas such as the student experience, environmental research, medical care, academic collaborations, and service to improve quality of life. The report also presents highlights from the schools and colleges as well as financial reports and statements.

The 2013 President’s Report, Transforming Tomorrow, looks at how the University is making a difference—not only in South Florida, but in impactful ways with a global reach. The report also highlights the work of our educators, showcases our research, illustrates the impact of philanthropy, and provides financial reports and statements.