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Notices of Proposed Regulation Amendments

Published: Nov 2nd, 2021

Amy M. Hass, Vice President and General Counsel

Notices of Proposed Regulation Amendments

UF-1.300 – Direct Support Organizations; Health Services Support Organizations

UF-2.019 – Alcoholic Beverages

UF-4.040– Student Honor Code and Student Conduct Code

Notice of Proposed New Regulation

UF-1.400 – Major Gifts Challenge Grant Program or Matching Gifts

Notices of Regulations Repeal

UF-2.020 – Food Service on Campus

UF-3.0031 – Volunteers

The above Notices of Proposed Regulation Amendments, Notice of Proposed New Regulation and Notices of Regulations Repeal have been published on the University’s official website at http://regulations.ufl.edu.   

Thank you.

Search for UF/IFAS Dean for Extension and Director, Florida Cooperative Extension Service

Published: Sep 8th, 2021

J. Scott Angle, Vice President for Agriculture and Natural Resources

I’m pleased to announce that Dr. Andra (pronounced like André) Johnson will serve as the next UF/IFAS Dean of Extension and Director of the Florida Cooperative Extension Service starting on November 1, 2021.

He arrives at an opportune moment to help guide the development of a 10-year roadmap to continue the modernization of Extension. He brings the sensibility of a new generation to bear on building the talent, technology, communications, diversity and relationships necessary […]

Summer 2021 Commencement Information

Published: Jun 15th, 2021


This summer, there will be three
university-wide commencement ceremonies

Doctoral Degrees Ceremony on Friday, August 6th at 2:00pmMaster’s & Specialist’s Degrees Ceremony on Friday, August 6th at 7:30pmBachelor’s Degrees Ceremony on Saturday, August 7th at 10:00am

All three of these ceremonies will be held in the Stephen C. O’Connell Center. 

Ordering Regalia

can be ordered now through July 2, 2021.
Information on ordering regalia is available from the UF Bookstore (cap-gown@ufl.edu, 392-0194). Orders can be
placed directly through our vendor Herff Jones on their site here: […]

Appointment of UF Health’s CRIO

Published: Jan 31st, 2020

David R. Nelson, M.D. Senior Vice President for Health Affairs, UF & President, UF Health

Gigi Lipori, M.T., M.B.A., Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, UF Health 

We are pleased to announce the
appointment of Christopher (Chris) A. Harle, Ph.D., as chief research
information officer for UF Health. In this role, Dr. Harle will provide
leadership around operations and governance of information technology that support
research activities across the UF Health campus, including UF Health
Shands Hospital, UF Health Jacksonville and associated practices. He […]

Funding Opportunity: Southeastern Conference Visiting Faculty Travel Grant Program

Published: Mar 23rd, 2018

Dr. Angel Kwolek-Folland, Associate Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs

The Southeastern Conference (SEC) Visiting Faculty Travel Grant Program is intended to enhance faculty collaboration that stimulates scholarly initiatives between SEC universities.

This initiative gives faculty from one SEC university the opportunity to travel to another SEC campus to: exchange ideas; develop grant proposals; conduct research; consult with faculty and/or students; offer lectures or symposia; or engage in whatever academic activities are agreeable to the visitor and host unit.

Travel dates for these visits […]

President’s Response to La Casita Incident

Published: Mar 27th, 2001

Charles E. Young, President

I was shocked and disappointed to learn that the Institute for Hispanic Culture had been vandalized with a racial slur on Monday. Clearly, this incident is an indication that the University of Florida must continue to aggressively and candidly address issues of racial diversity and equality on this campus. While it is impossible for any institution to completely eradicate insensitive and inappropriate behavior, it is important that it be understood that at the University of Florida, such behavior will […]

Notices of Proposed Rule Development

Published: Feb 8th, 2000

Pamela J. Bernard, General Counsel

RE:  Notices of Proposed Rule Development
6C1-1.0062, 6C1-1.011, 6C1-1.012, 6C1-1.016, 6C1-2.001, 6C1-3.006, 6C1-3.007, 6C1-3.008, 6C1-3.009, 6C1-3.010, 6C1-3.011, 6C1-3.013, 6C1-3.0131, 6C1-3.014, 6C1-3.015, 6C1-3.020, 6C1-3.0372, 6C1-4.004, 6C1-4.007, 6C1-4.012, 6C1-4.013, 6C1-4.016, 6C1-4.026, 6C1-7.003, 6C1-7.019, 6C1-7.042, 6C1-7.051, 6C1-7.0561, 6C1-7.0562, and 6C1-7.0565

Attached are copies of the Notices of Proposed Rule Development for rules which are proposed for adoption or revision by the University. Please distribute and post the notices upon receipt.

NOTE: Please remember that by law you are required to print the notices and post […]

Minor Project/Construction Request

Published: Jan 31st, 2000

Semmy Ju, Director

Please be advised that the Minor Project/Construction Request procedure issued on June 30, 1997 has been revised. Attached for your use is a copy of the revised procedure that reflects the inclusion of the following changes in university rules and regulations.

The name of the form has been changed from “Minor Project/Construction Permit” to “Minor Project/Construction Request” to avoid confusion between this procedure and the Building Code Permit and Inspection Program recently established by Environmental Health and Safety Division.
The maximum for […]

Payroll Tax Rates for 2000

Published: Dec 16th, 1999

John P. Kruczek, University Controller

The new income tax withholding rates will go into effect January 1, 2000. The table for Percentage Method of Withholding may be used to determine your biweekly withholding tax in calendar year 2000.

The Social Security Administration has announced that the Social Security (OASDI) wage base will be increased from $72,600 to $76,200 in the year 2000. All taxable compensation will also be subject to the 1.45% Medicare tax. The FICA tax rate, which is the combined Social Security […]

Carnegie Corporation of NY – New Fellowship Program

Published: Sep 9th, 1999

Winfred M. Phillips, Dean

The Carnegie Corporation will inaugurate a new fellowship program in the year 2000, with the purpose of supporting fundamental research by young scholars with outstanding promise as well as by established experts who stand to contribute significantly to the advancement of knowledge and understanding in the Corporation’s program priorities. Up to 20 fellowships lasting 1-2 years will be awarded annually. The maximum amount available is $100,000.

The Corporation has invited the University of Florida to submit up to 2 nominations […]