University of West Florida
Table of Contents
Fall Semester 2005
Spring Semester 2006
Summer Semester 2006
Degrees, Areas of Specialization,
Student Services and Resources
Tuition and Fees
Military and Veterans Information
Registration and Records
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
APPLY FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Refer to information on Financial Assistance.
APPLY FOR HOUSING
APPLY FOR MILITARY AND VETERANS BENEFITS
MEDICAL STATEMENT AND IMMUNIZATION
Documented proof of immunity to Rubeola is ONE of the following:
Documented proof of immunity to Rubella is one of the following:
Acceptable documentation for Rubeola and Rubella must be from your physician, County Health Department records, military medical records or from your High School or College records.
Documentation should include day, month and year of immunization and signed by a medical provider. Exceptions to the immunization policy may be granted in the event of medical contraindications or for religious reasons. Documentation verified by a physician or minister on their official stationery is required.
All students living on campus are required to present proof of immunization for Meningitis and Hepatitis B or sign a waiver indicating their informed decision not to be vaccinated.
Immunizations and waivers are available in the Student Health Center.
Documentation of immunity may be presented in person or by mail or fax. Mail to the University Health Center, University of West Florida, Bldg. 63, 11000 University Parkway, Pensacola, FL 32514
Include name, birth date, and Social Security number.
Fax to 850-857-6100. Call to 850-857-6346 or 850-474-2172 for questions or clarification.
The Division of Student Affairs, in collaboration with Enrollment Services, the University Advising Center and various other units of the University provide orientation programs for new students and parents. New undergraduate students entering UWF are required to attend an orientation prior to registering for classes their first semester. Student orientation programs for freshman students entering in the Fall are scheduled throughout the summer and feature a two day agenda including academic advising, information on important policies and procedures, and community building activities and events. Freshman students attending summer orientation are required to stay overnight in the residence halls. An abbreviated orientation is offered in December and May for first year students entering in Spring and Summer terms respectively.
Transfer orientation programs are offered in January, May, and throughout the summer for transfer students entering the University. All students entering the University will receive information about orientation with instruction on how to register for the appropriate program on-line. Contact the Office of Student Transition Programs at 473-7229 for more information.
Each degree-seeking student is assigned to a faculty member to assist in planning academic programs; provide guidance in personal, academic, and professional development; and foster interaction among students and faculty.
The University Advising Center provides advising for General Studies requirements to freshman and sophomore students. The Center also provides a system which alerts freshmen and sophomores to potential academic problems.
All degree-seeking junior and senior students are assigned faculty advisors by the department housing the program in which the student is majoring. Junior and senior students should contact the chairperson of their major department to obtain the name of their academic advisor.
Advising for College of Business students is available within each academic department. The Professional Studies Student Center (PSSC) is the central office of advisement for students who are majoring in Health, Leisure, and Exercise Science, Criminal Justice, Legal Studies, Teacher Education, and Social Work. In addition, PSSC is responsible for assisting transfer students in the areas of recruitment and retention. Finally, PSSC provides oversight for student programming and student events in The College of Professional Studies. Students who want to request information concerning student teaching and certification should contact the department of Teacher Education. Students in the College of Arts and Sciences should contact their major department for advising.
Teacher Education Student Services (TESS) is the central campus office for all student information relating to teacher education. This office admits students into teacher education programs and into student teaching, distributes certification applications, and makes recommendations for certification.
OBTAIN NAUTILUS CARD
OBTAIN PARKING DECAL
CONFIRM RESIDENCY FOR TUITION PURPOSES
PAY TUITION AND FEES
REVIEW STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Code of Student Conduct
The University seeks to provide an environment which encourages the thoughtful development of intellectual, social, and moral standards. Student conduct is expected to be lawful, and students are expected to abide by all University regulations and the Code of Student Conduct, as published in the Student Life handbook.
Prohibition of Harassment
Harassment is prohibited, whether on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, religion, gender, national origin, age, physical disability, marital status, or veteran status. Harassment is defined as conduct which unreasonably interferes with a studentís status or performance by creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working or education environment. Sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome or unsolicited sexual advances, requests for sexual favor, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
Guidance, support, and assistance concerning discrimination are available from Office of Human Resources. Any student believing they have been harassed may bring complaints to the Office of Human Resources.
Use of Instructional Space and Resources
University facilities and equipment are intended primarily for the use of the faculty and students currently enrolled in courses of instruction. Students who have completed registration, including the payment of fees for the current semester, and whose names appear on the final class rolls, are authorized to attend classes and to use University instructional areas, facilities, equipment, and designated services. Students, including those continuing work on theses and dissertations, who are not enrolled for the current semester, are not authorized to use instructional space and resources.
Students may not attend classes, including use of instructional space, facilities, designated library services, and equipment, for which they have not paid fees or from which they have withdrawn.