University of Florida alums who want their final resting place to be somewhere on the campus of their alma mater will likely get their wish, the Gainesville Sun reports. A bill that cleared a Florida Senate committee today would allow any of Florida’s state universities to build a columbarium—a mausoleum that houses urns of cremated remains.
Alumni could then pay $3,000 to $5,000 to guarantee an eternity on campus. UF receives about one such request a month from dedicated Gators. Of course, some may choose to skip the fee: "Really, somebody could just go and spread their ashes on campus and we wouldn't find out about it," a UF spokesman said.