Published: Jan 24th, 2019
W. Andrew McCollough, Associate Provost for Teaching and Technology
Applications to request Distance Learning Fees
for the Summer and Fall 2019 terms are now being accepted through
PeopleSoft. All departmental applications should be submitted no later
than Friday, February 8, 2019 and Dean’s approval is required by Friday,
(Reminder, DL Fees applications are
required each semester for all courses as they are not carried over.)
Policy, course eligibility and the process
for applying and implementing a distance learning fee for a course is available
Published: Jan 9th, 2019
Joseph Glover, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs
Please assure that every faculty member in your college is familiar with the policy specified below and complies with its provisions as they relate to accommodatingstudents’ religious observances.
Students and faculty must work together to allow students the opportunity to observe the holy days of his or her faith. A student needs to inform the faculty member of the religious observances of his or her faith that will conflict with class attendance, with tests […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Published: Mar 24th, 1998
Catherine Longstreth, Associate Vice President
It is time to begin the faculty review process for the reward of the University’s Professional Development Leave programs for those faculty in the Collective Bargaining Unit. The announcement of the leave programs is being sent to all eligible tenured and non-tenured faculty.
More information on the procedures and schedules for the Professional Development Leave can be found at:
Professional Development Leave Program for 1999-00 (PDF, 21 KB)Schedule and Application Procedures (PDF, 25 KB)Terms of the Program (PDF, 16 KB)
Published: Mar 13th, 1998
Emily J. Hamby C.P.M., Director of Purchasing
Attached is a survey to measure the performance of the contract vendors for office supplies. Please distribute to the appropriate staff member for completion.
Select survey.doc , a 40KB Microsoft WORD ’97 document OR
survey.pdf , a 7KB Acrobat file, which can be downloaded to print and fill out with a pen.