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Table of Contents
Telephone Directory
Academic Calendars
     Year 2004/2005
     Fall Semester 2004
     Spring Semester 2005
     Summer Semester 2005
University Mission
Degrees, Areas of Specialization,

After Admission
Financial Assistance
Student Activities
Student Services and Resources
Tuition and Fees
Military and Veterans Information
Registration and Records
Academic Policies
Graduation and General Degree

Public Service and Research Centers
College Mission Statements
Undergraduate Degree Programs
Master's Degree Programs
Specialist Degree Programs
Doctoral Degree Programs
Course Numbering System
Course Listings and Descriptions
Registration and Records
Academic Advising
Academic Common Market
Access to Grades
Audit Grading Option
Cancellation of Registration
Classification of Students
Continuous Enrollment
Dead Week
Deadline Dates/Academic Calendar
Directory/Students, Staff, and Faculty
Drop/Add-Schedule Changes
Dual Enrollment Registration
Enrollment Definition
Final Course Examinations
Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes
Late Registration
Non-Degree Student Registration
Pass/Fail Option
Registration Policies and Procedures
Reinstatement for Canceled Registration
Repeat Course Surcharge
Southern Regional Education Boards Electronic Campus
State Employees
Student Records
Student Right-To-Know Information
Transient Student Status
Traveling Scholar Program
University Honors Program
The University participates in a traveling scholar program which enables graduate students to take advantage of special resources available on another campus, but not available on the home campus. Examples are special course offerings, research opportunities, unique laboratories, and library collections.

A traveling scholar's graduate advisor will approach an appropriate faculty member at the proposed host institution and recommend the scholar for a visiting arrangement. After agreement by the student's advisor and the faculty member at the host institution, graduate deans of both institutions will be fully informed by the advisor and have the power to approve or disapprove. A student will register at the host institution and will pay tuition and/or registration fees according to fee schedules established at that institution. Credit for the work taken will be recorded at the home university.

Each university retains its full right to accept or reject any student who wishes to study under its auspices. A traveling scholar will normally be limited to one term on the campus of the host institution. A traveling scholar accepted by the host institution will be regarded as being registered at that institution for the period.

A traveling scholar is not entitled to displacement allowance, mileage, or per diem payments. The home university, however, may at its option continue its financial support of the traveling scholar in the form of a fellowship or graduate assistantship with any work obligation to be discharged either at the home or at the host institution.