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The University Record

of the


University of


Florida


Student Regulations



15


Vol. XLIX Series 1, No. 6 June 1, 1954


Published monthly by the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Entered in the post office in Gainesville, Florida, as second-class
matter, under Act of Congress, August 24, 1912
Office of Publication, Gainesville, Florida





















Foreword


The purpose in printing these Regulations is to make definite statements
concerning what is expected of students and faculty members. An effort has been
made to present clear statements which will cover most situations. However, the
purpose of the rule is to be considered in applying the regulations.

University rules and regulations affecting faculty members or students are
to be adhered to by them. Consequently, all students and faculty members are
expected to familiarize themselves with these Regulations and with the Catalog
and the Summer Session Bulletin, as the case may be. In general, the regulations
listed herein are University regulations. There are other regulations peculiar to
the various colleges which are outlined in the bulletins listed above.






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STUDENT REGULATIONS

I

PETITIONS AND APPEALS
In case the operation of these Regulations appears to result in an undue hard-
ship on any individual student, he may petition for waiver of the regulation. Such
a petition should be presented to the Registrar who will refer it to the University
Senate Committee on Student Petitions.
The student seeking waiver of a regulation through petition must remember
that the Committee on Student Petitions cannot direct an instructor to reinstate a
student dropped from a course for absences or unsatisfactory work, nor can the
Committee require any college or school to grant a degree by waiving any of
these regulations.

II

ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY
REGISTRATION DATES
A. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: The requirements for and the dates relative
to admission to the University of Florida may be found in the Catalog.
B. REGISTRATION: Registration dates are set forth in the University Calendar
which appears in the front of the current Catalog. Dates for summer session
matriculation or registration are listed in the Summer Session Bulletin. Students
are responsible for registering on these specified dates.
Registration fees will be increased for students registering any time after the
specified registration period as set forth in the current University Calendar. There
are no waivers of the fee increase for any reason.

III

REGISTRATION REGULATIONS
The primary function of registration is to provide a period in which a student's
academic record to date may be reviewed with a counselor and plans for the stu-
dent's future educational program be made tentatively or finally with the advice
and help of the academic counselors. Frequently it is desirable to consult not only
with the dean of the college in which the student is enrolled but with department
heads or faculty members designated by the various deans to advise students on
particular majors or programs. Accurate records of the results of these confer-
ences are important to the University and the counselors but are of greatest im-
portance to the student. Observance of the regulations concerning registration
and the changing of courses and the use of the services afforded by those members





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of the faculty who are designated as academic counselors will prevent mistakes in
planning that may be costly in time or money to the student.
A. All students must follow the registration procedure as announced by the Office
of the Registrar. This includes not only filing the prescribed forms at the
designated times and places but also payment of all fees.
B. A student is not permitted to drop a course, take up a course, exchange one
course for another, or change sections in the same course without the approval
of the dean (or his designated representative) of the college in which he is
registered and the presentation at the Office of the Registrar of the cards author-
izing the change. An instructor should not admit a student to nor drop him
from any class except after notification on the proper form from the Registrar's
Office.
C. No student will receive credit for any course for which he is not properly
registered, nor will any student receive credit for any comprehensive examina-
tion unless he complies with the regulations of the Board of University
Examiners.
D. Simultaneous registration in residence and extension or correspondence courses
is permitted only when approved by the dean of the college in which the
student is registered and the Registrar. (See also Art. VII and Art. IX.)
A student enrolled for residence work may not register for a course by corre-
spondence that is concurrently being offered in residence.
E. No student may register in more than one college (or school) in any one term
or semester. He may register for any university course for which he is qualified
provided the dean of the college (or director of the school) or persons author-
ized by the dean concerned (or director) have approved such registration.
F. AUDITING. Any qualified person may, if he has approval of the instructor
and the dean of the college which administers the course concerned, audit a
course upon payment of a fee of $20.00 per course. No permanent records
are made for auditors nor is college credit ever allowed for auditing.
G. No student who owes money to the University of Florida other than an ap-
proved non-delinquent loan account shall be permitted to re-register at the
University, or to receive credit for work completed, or to receive a transcript
of grades, until satisfactory arrangements for the liquidation of his indebted-
ness have been made with the University Business Office.

IV
WITHDRAWAL FROM THE UNIVERSITY
1. A student withdrawing from the University during an instructional term
shall give notice of such action by completing th, proper form at the Registrar's
Office. A student leaving the University without filling out this form will receive
the grade of EW in each course for which he is registered, and his further
attendance at the University will be subject to the regulations governing proba-
tion, suspension and exclusion. (See Article XV).
2. If during a regular semester a student withdraws from the University
after the last day for dropping courses without receiving a failing grade (see Uni-
versity calendar), he will automatically be placed on probation, as provided in





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Article XV, during the next regular semester in which he is registered. Also, the
regular semester in which a lower division student withdraws after the last day
for dropping courses without receiving a failing grade will be counted, as provided
in Article XV, as one of the six semesters allowed to gain admission to the upper
division.
3. Failure to pay any financial obligation owed to the University when with-
drawing will prevent the student from receiving a transcript of his record so long
as such obligation remains unpaid.
When considering withdrawal from the University the student should always
consult his academic dean or advisor to discuss the effect on his program of studies.
If the problem is one involving health, financial difficulties, or personal problems,
the student should also consult the Dean of Women or the Dean of Men.

V

FEES AND TUITION

A detailed description of fees and tuition and regulations concerning refund of
fees are published in the Catalog and Bulletin of the Summer Session.

VI

CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS
Students will be classified each semester as follows:
A. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE:
A student with less than 28 semester hours credit will be classified as 1.
A student who has earned 28 semester hours or more but who has not yet
qualified for admission to the Upper Division (for any reason) will be classified
as 2.
B. UPPER DIVISION (except the Colleges of Business Administration, Law and
Engineering) : Students in the Upper Division will be classified by the Registrar
in accordance with the following procedure:
A student who has been admitted to the Upper Division but who has not
earned one-half the number of hours and honor points required for a degree by
the college in which he is registered will be classified as 3.
A student who is registered in the Upper Division and who has earned
one-half or more of the number of hours and honor points required for a
degree by the college in which he is registered will be classified as 4.
A student in the Upper Division who is a candidate for a degree which
requires five academic years for completion (three academic years in the Upper
Division) who has earned 60 credits and 120 honor points or more in the
Upper Division will be classified as 5.
A student in the Upper Division who has been admitted to special work
by the Board of University Examiners and who is not a candidate for a degree
will be classified as 0.





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C. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:
A student who has been admitted to the Upper Division but has not earned
30 semester hours and 60 honor points required for a degree in the curriculum
for which he is registered will be classified as 3.
A student who is registered in the Upper Division and has earned 30 se-
mester hours and 60 honor points or more of the number required for a degree
in the curriculum for which he is registered will be classified as 4.
D. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING:
A student who has been admitted to the Upper Division but who has not
earned 30 hours and 60 honor points in the Upper Division required for a degree
in the curriculum for which he is registered will be classified as 3.
A student who is registered in the Upper Division and who has earned
more than 30 hours and 60 honor points, but less than 60 hours and 120
honor points, of the work of the Upper Division will be classified as 4.
A student who is registered in the Upper Division who has earned 60
hours and 120 honor points or more of the work of the Upper Division will
be classified as 5.
E. COLLEGE OF LAW:
A student who is registered in the College of Law but who has earned less
than 29 hours and 58 honor points will be classified as 1.
One who has passed 29 hours or more and earned 58 honor points or more
will be classified as 2.
One who has passed 56 hours or more and earned 112 honor points or more
will be classified as 3.
F. GRADUATE SCHOOL:
Students registered in the Graduate School will be classified as 6.

VII

MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM LOAD
Some colleges have a maximum load regulation which is stated in the Catalog.
In the absence of such statement the general University regulation is followed.
This regulation allows in a regular semester a maximum load of 17 hours for an
average below C made during the preceding term of attendance and 21 hours for
an average above C during the preceding term of attendance. The minimum load
in a regular semester is 12 hours. Correspondence or extension work, if the student
is registered for such courses, is counted in computing the maximum load but it
cannot be counted to achieve the minimum load.
At the time of registration a student, with the approval of his dean, may
register for less than the minimum load. After the regular registration period has
closed, no other student will be permitted to continue with less than the minimum
load without approval of the Committee on Student Petitions.
The maximum load for a full summer term is nine hours; the minimum load is
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VIII
GRADUATION WITH HONORS
Graduation with Honors is voted by the faculty concerned and is not auto-
matically granted upon the achievement of any minimum average. Some colleges
state the minimum average required for consideration by the faculty. Where no
mention is made in the college section of this bulletin on the requirements for con-
sideration, the student is advised to consult the dean of the college for detailed
information.
For graduation with High Honors the above statement applies, except that in
most colleges some independent work or an examination or both are prerequisite
for consideration by the faculty. The student should consult the dean of the
college for further information.

IX
DEGREES AND GRADUATION
The Board of Control will confer the degree appropriate to the course pursued
under the following conditions:
1. Curriculum requirements Certification by the Registrar and the dean
of the college concerned that all requirements of the curriculum as out-
lined in the college announcement, or its equivalent as determined by the
faculty of the college offering the curriculum, have been completed.
2. Recommendation of the faculty of the college awarding the degree.
3. Residence Requirements.
(a) The minimum residence requirement for a baccalaureate degree (except
the degree of Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy) is
two semesters, or one semester and three six-week summer terms, or four
eight-week summer terms.
(b) For the degree Bachelor of Laws ninety-six weeks of study in an
accredited law school, of which at least sixty-two must be in the College
of Law at this University.
(c) For the degree Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy six semesters (or the
equivalent in summer terms) of study in an accredited pharmacy college,
the last two semesters of which must be in the College of Pharmacy at the
University of Florida.
(d) For any Master's degree the student must spend at least one full-time
academic year at the University or the equivalent thereof, as a graduate
student. If the work for the Master's degree is done in the summer, four
eight-week summer sessions will satisfy the residence requirement. Trans-
fer of work from another institution or use of extension or other non-
resident credit where accepted by the college concerned and the Graduate
Council, may be permitted to reduce the full-time residence to but not
below three eight-week summer sessions.
(e) A minimum of three academic years of graduate work on a full-time
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by the Graduate School is required for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
Either the second or third academic year of the three-year program shall
normally be spent in full-time study on the campus at the University of
Florida.
In fulfilling the requirements of resident study for the Ph. D. degree
part-time study to the extent permitted will be evaluated on the basis of
proportionate credit hours assuming 15 credit hours of any approved com-
bination of course work and research to represent a full graduate study
load. For part-time study when recommended by the Supervisory Com-
mittee a total of 30 semester hours in a calendar year or 35 semester hours
of graduate courses and research encompassed within four successive regis-
trations (i.e., normally three successive semesters plus the intervening
summer school, or as an alternate choice the use of four successive semes-
ters without summer registration) completed successfully while engaged
in resident study on the campus of the University of Florida tray be ac-
cepted by the Graduate School as meeting this requirement. An overload
program, even when approved, will be valued as a normal program for this
purpose. Since a teacher while fully employed cannot meet this require-
ment of continuous intensive study, fellowships and assistantships are
made available wherever possible to doctoral candidates.
Between the qualifying examination and the conferring of the degree
there must elapse a minimum interval of one academic year in full-time
residence, or one full calendar year if the candidate is on less than full-time
basis.
(f) Students are required to complete the last thirf credit hours (fifty-
five in the College of Law) applied towards the baccalaureate degree during
regular residence in the college from which the student is to be graduated.
Exception to this regulation may be made only upon written petition ap-
proved by the faculty of the college concerned, but in no case may the
amount of extension work permitted exceed more than twelve of the last
thirty-six hours required for a baccalaureate degree.
4. Attendance at commencement All candidates for degrees are required
to be present at commencement exercises '(Baccalaureate Sermon and Com-
mencement Convocation). A student who fails to attend shall not have
his degree conferred until he makes another application and complies with
this requirement. This requirement is waived rarely. In general, illness
of the candidate or similar emergency will be considered the only satis-
factory reason for waiver. Application for waiver must be made through
the dean of the college concerned to the President.
5. Average required In orot: to secure a degree a student must ha ve a C
average or better in all crediri required in the Upper Division toward that
degree.
6. Two degrees Two degrees of the same rank, e.g. .B. and B.S., will not
be conferred upon the same individual unless the second degree represents
at least thirty semester hours of additional work with the necessary quali-
tative and residence requirements.
7. Continuous Attendance If a student's attendance is continuous, he will
be permitted to be graduated according to the curriculum under which he





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entered if the courses required are offered by the University. If some or
all of the required courses are no longer offered, the faculty of the college
concerned will make such adjustments for the individual student as is
appropriate for the curriculum involved. As long as a student attends
the University as much as one semester or one summer term during any
year, his residence is continuous.
8. Application for Degrees Students who expect to be graduated must
file application for the degree or diploma in the Registrar's Office on or
before the time indicated in the current University Calendar. Students
must make application in the term in which they expect to be graduated
regardless of previous applications made.
9. Time Limit To receive a degree a candidate must have completed: (a)
all residence work required for graduation at least 24 hours prior to the
scheduled meeting of the college faculty voting on the candidates for
degrees; (b) all extension work at least two weeks prior to the scheduled
meeting of the college faculty voting on the candidates for degrees.
10. Extension work permitted (Note: Extension work as used below refers
to both extension classes and correspondence study).
a. Students will not be permitted to take more than twelve semester
hours of extension work during any academic year.
b. Students will not be permitted to take more than nine semester
hours of extension work during the summer vacation period.
c. The amount of extension work for which students will be allowed
credit toward a degree at the University shall not exceed one-fourth
of the amount required for the degree. For additional regulations
peculiar to the various colleges see the Catalog or consult the dean
of the college concerned.
d. Students will not be permitted to take by extension work more
than twelve of the last thirty-six semester hours necessary for a
baccalaureate degree.
e. Students suspended for one semester for poor scholarship are not
permitted to take extension work during the time they are in-
eligible to register for residence work.
f. Simultaneous registration in residence and extension work is per-
mitted only upon approval of the dean of the college in which the
student is registered and the Registrar.

X

FINAL EXAMINATIONS
A. Final examinations are held during the period indicated in the current Uni-
versity Calendar and at the times and places designated in the official Examina-
tion Schedule published by the Office of the Registrar and the Board of
University Examiners. Exemptions from final examinations are not permitted.
B. Comprehensive Examinations are administered by the Board of University
Examiners in accordance with regulations published for each examination period,





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XI
REPORTING OF GRADES
Instructors will submit grades to the Office of the Registrar on the forms
furnished for that purpose and in accordance with the dates set forth in the
University Calendar.
The Registrar's Office will mail grades to the parents or guardians and make
the grades available to the students as soon as possible after the close of each term.

XII
GRADES
Results of students' work are recorded in the Registrar's Office as follows:
A. UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: Passing grades are A, B, C, D, in order of
excellence. Failing grades are E-Failure, I-Incomplete, X-Absent from
examination, EW-Dropped for non-attendance or unsatisfactory work. Grades
of I and X must be changed to passing grades in accordance with the dates set in
the University Calendar or be considered as grades of E in considering a student's
record for graduation or in calculating averages. Students registered in the
University College in courses for which the Board of University Examiners gives
comprehensive examinations may receive the grade H (which is neither pass-
ing nor failing) if the student files with the Board a request in writing to
defer the examination. An undergraduate student who re-registers for a
course in which he has received a grade of I or X will automatically have the
original grade changed to E.
B. GRADUATE STUDENTS:
Passing grades for graduate students in courses numbered below 600 are A and B;
passing grades for courses numbered 600 and above are A, B, and C. However,
C grades count toward a graduate degree if an equal number of credit hours in
courses numbered 600 and above are earned with grade of A.

XIII
AVERAGES
A. HOW COMPUTED: Averages are determined by computing the ratio of honor
points to semester hours recorded as attempted. The student receives honor
points according to the following scale: A equals 4 honor points per semester
hour; B equals 3 honor points per semester hour; C equals 2 honor points per
semester hour; D equals 1 honor point per semester hour; H equals 0 honor
point per semester hour; I equals 0 honor point per semester hour; X equals 0
honor point per semester hour. In computing averages a course repeated is
counted as many times as grades for it are recorded.
B. The grades made by a student at any institution of higher learning other than
the University of Florida are never averaged with the grades made at the
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C. GROUP AVERAGES: Group averages are computed according to the method
adopted by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators. This
method gives the average number of honor points earned for each semester
hour taken by the group during the period of time for which the average is
computed.

XIV
COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATIONS
The Comprehensive Course Examinations are administered by the Board of
University Examiners and are given in January, May, and August of each year. A
student must be familiar with the work of the various courses and be able to think
in the several fields in a comprehensive way in order to pass these examinations.
Standings on the Comprehensive Examinations are issued by the Board of Examiners
and are not subject to change by any other agency.
APPLICATIONS FOR COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATIONS
University college students who are enrolled in a course at the time examination
is given need not make application for it. University college students who are not
enrolled in a course at the time an examination is given and who wish to take the
Comprehensive Examination must apply in writing to the Board of Examiners for
permission prior to the last date set for filing such applications. Applications will
not be accepted from students registered in the colleges of the Upper Division. Be-
fore the application is accepted the applicant will be required to furnish the Board
of Examiners with proof that this privilege has not been used to avoid the payment
of usual University fees. Applications will be accepted only for those examina-
tions which are administered by the Board of Examiners. The Board of Examiners
is the only agency authorized to give University college students examinations by
application.
As a general policy the Board of Examiners will not approve applications for
Comprehensive Examinations if any of the following conditions prevail:
1. The student has been dropped from the course for excessive absences or
unsatisfactory work.
2. The student has previously taken the examination in the course.
3. The student has completed other courses in the same general field (e.g. the
student who has had courses in History or Economics, etc., will not have
an application for the Comprehensive Course in the Social Sciences (C 11
or C 12) approved.

XV
PROBATION, SUSPENSION, AND EXCLUSION
FOR ACADEMIC REASONS
The University of Florida accepts the responsibility of providing sound higher
education. This includes the obligation to both the public and to the student of
providing good higher education in an economical and efficient manner. In order to





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discharge this responsibility, the University must require reasonable academic prog-
ress from its students in return for the opportunity afforded them by a tax supported
state university. To continue the registration of students who have demonstrated
that they do not possess the necessary ability, or preparation, or industry, or matur-
ity to obtain a reasonable benefit from a program of University study is inconsistent
with this responsibility.
Consequently, the University of Florida Senate has enacted the following Uni-
versity regulations covering probation, suspension, and exclusion for academic
reasons. Any college of the University may enforce additional academic standards
and each student is responsible for observing the regulations of his college relating
to such additional standards.
It is important to note that a student may be placed on various kinds of
probation for reasons other than those listed below. For example, he may be admitted
to the University on a probationary basis or he may be placed on disciplinary pro-
bation by reason of conduct or, in some cases, he may be placed on probation by
the Committee on Student Petitions. In cases such as the foregoing the individual
student will receive in writing a specific set of conditions which he must meet in
order to remove the probation. In most cases these conditions will require lcads,
grades, etc., that are above the minimums set forth below. Inasmuch as such a
student will have been placed on one of these specific probations only because of
some previous academic difficulty or misconduct, in his particular case the specific
terms of probation which are set forth for him become the necessary minimum
achievement rather than the conditions set forth below.

ACADEMIC PROBATION
Lower Division Students:
1. A Lower Division student who fails to maintain a 1.0 honor point average
for all work attempted in his first or second semester at the University of Florida
will be placed on academic probation for his next semester.
2. A Lower Division student on academic probation (Under Article IV or
XV) during his second semester will be ineligible for further registration in the
University unless he maintains a 1.0 honor point average in all work attempted in
that semester.
3. A Lower Division student who has attempted more than two semesters and
who fails to maintain a 1.5 honor point average on all work attempted each se-
mester thereafter will be placed on academic probation for his next semester.
4. A Lower Division student who has attempted more than two semesters and
who is on academic probation (Under Article IV or XV) shall be ineligible for
further registration in the University unless he maintains a 1.5 honor point average
in all work attempted in that semester, or has a 1.5 cumulative honor point average
in the total of all work attempted to date.
5. A Lower Division student who has attempted six semesters of work in the
Lower Division shall be ineligible for further registration in the University unless
he has been admitted to an Upper Division college.
A semester during which a student withdraws after the last date for dropping
courses without a failing grade and any semester in which a student is suspended





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for non-attendance or unsatisfactory work shall be considered as a semester at-
tempted in administering these regulations (Sections 1 through 5 above).
Upper Division Students:
6. Any Upper Division student who fails to maintain a 1.8 honor point
average for all work attempted in any semester shall be placed on academic proba-
tion for his next semester.
7. An Upper Division student on academic probation (under Article IV or
XV) will be ineligible for further registration in the University unless he main-
tains a 2.0 honor point average in all work attempted that semester or has 2.0
cumulative honor point average in the total of all work attempted while registered
in his present Upper Division college.
SUSPENSION
All Undergraduate Students:
8. All Undergraduate students, (all those classified other than 6) who do not
receive passing grades (A, B, C, or D) in more than one-half of the hours attempted
in any term or semester shall be suspended immediately from the University for one
full semester; however, failure in only one course carrying five semester hours credit
or less shall not cause the student to be suspended under this provision. All Under-
graduate students who are dropped from a course for excessive absences or unsatis-
factory work and as a result of such drop are left with a load of less than 12
semester hours will be suspended for one full semester. A student eligible to return
to the University after such a suspension shall be placed on academic probation
for his next semester. The terms for satisfying his probation shall be those pro-
vided above appropriate to the number of semesters attempted. A second suspension
for academic reasons shall be final and the student will not be eligible for further
attendance at the University.
Graduate Students:
9. Any graduate student may be denied further registration in the University
or in his graduate major when his progress toward completion of his planned grad-
uate program becomes unsatisfactory.
ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS:
10. All actions taken under these regulations shall be reflected by appropriate
notations on the student's record.
11. A student attending a summer session prior to his probational semester
may satisfy the terms of his probation if he obtains the necessary probation honor
point average as indicated above, computed by taking the grades of his last semester
and summer session together.

XVI
ABSENCES OR UNSATISFACTORY WORK
Absences count from the first meeting of the class rather than from the date
a student registers for a class.
A. If any student accumulates absences or fails to do class work to the extent that
further enrollment in the class appears to be of little value to him or detri-





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mental to the best interest of the class, it shall be the duty of the instructor to
warn such student in writing that further absences or failure to do class work
will cause him to be suspended from the course with a failing grade. Where
possible this warning will be delivered personally; otherwise, it will be mailed to
the student's last University address by the Registrar. Instructors shall im-
mediately report all such warnings to the department head or course chairman.
Should any absences or failure to do class work be incurred after this warning,
the student will be suspended from the class and be given a failing grade by the
Registrar upon receipt of notice from the instructor showing the date of
warning.
Should this reduce the load of the student below the minimum required, he will
be suspended from the University. (See Art. XV.)
B. When a student is suspended from a course under the provisions of A above,
his parents shall be notified in writing by the Registrar.
C. NINE-DAY RULE: No student shall absent himself from the University for
more than nine scholastic days per semester in order to participate in athletic
or in other extra-curricular activities.
The Nine-Day Rule applies to individual members of the group rather
than to the group as a whole. Consequently, a schedule of more than nine days
for any activity is not prohibited, provided the personnel of the group is so
rotated that no student is absent from the campus for more than nine "scho-
lastic" days (a scholastic day is any day on which regular class work is
scheduled).
D. A student who has been warned for absences or unsatisfactory work in any
class should not incur additional absences in that course, even though he has
not been absent from the class for nine scholastic days. It is the responsibility
of the student to see that his class work and attendance is satisfactory.

XVII
MILITARY SCIENCE (R.O.T.C.)
A. THE BASIC COURSE: The Basic Course in Military Science (Army or Air
Force R.O.TC.) covers the first two years of this instruction, and satisfactory
completion of it is required and is a continuing requirement until the Basic
Course is completed of all male students except the following:
1. Students who are twenty-one years of age at the time of entering upon
their college work at the University of Florida.
2. Students unable to drill by reason of physical disability, as certified by the
University Physician.
3. Students whose military work in other institutions is accepted by the Pro-
fessor of Military Science and Tactics or the Professor of Air Science and
Tactics as fulfilling the requirements.
4. Students admitted to the University who hold commissions or certificates
thereto in the Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Navy, or Marine Corps of the
United States or the organized reserve branches, who have certificates of
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5. Veterans who present honorable discharges which show not less than 90
consecutive days of active service in the U. S. Army, Air Force, Coast
Guard, Navy or Marine Corps.
6. Members of the U. S. Maritime Service who served 90 days or more be-
tween December 1, 1941, and January 1, 1946.
7. Non-citizens of the United States.
8. Students entering the University after having attended another institution
for a period of one year or more.
The Registrar is authorized to administer the above-mentioned rules.
B. THE ADVANCED COURSE: Students who have completed The Basic Course
and are selected by the Professor of Military Science and Tactics or the Professor
of Air Science and Tactics and the President of the University may elect the
Advanced Course, which may lead to a commission in the Officers' Reserve
Corps of the Army or Air Force. Students registering in this course are re-
quired to carry it to completion.
C. CREDITS FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS: Credits for Military Science from
other institutions shall in no case exceed the amount of credit allowed by those
institutions or the amount of credit allowed for a similar course at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
D. REPEATED SUSPENSION FROM MILITARY SCIENCE FOR ABSENCES
OR UNSATISFACTORY WORK: Should a student who has been dropped
from any Basic Military Science Course be dropped a second time in the same
course or any other course in Military Science because of absences or unsatis-
factory work, he will be considered unwilling to accept the full responsibilities
of a University student and will be suspended from the University for one
Semester for non-attendance or unsatisfactory work as reported by the in-
structor concerned.

XVIII

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
A. DEFINITION: In this section "extracurricular activity" refers to a contest,
presentation, conference or meeting, in which members of the student body
represent the University.
This includes all athletic teams representing the University of Florida in reg-
ularly scheduled contests and practices; debate and forensic groups participating
in contests or meets; dramatics and musical groups participating in and presenting
productions on or off campus; representatives and organizations of the student body
attending state, regional or national conferences.
B. ELIGIBILITY: The scholarship requirements for eligibility shall be the same
as those set forth in the Eligibility Rules of the Southeastern Conference. Should
the Southeastern Conference revise its rules and such revision be acceptable,
as eligibility rules for the University of Florida, to the University Senate, the
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such time as is set for the implementation of the revision by the Southeastern
Conference. These rules are essentially as follows:
To. be eligible:
1. A student must not be on probation for unsatisfactory academic work, con-
duct, or attendance.
2. A student must have passed for the preceding two semesters at least three-
fourths of the proportionate percentage of hours required for graduation
in the curriculum for which he is registered, and for the preceding semester
three-fifths of the proportionate percentage of hours required for graduation
in the curriculum for which he is registered; provided nothing in this sec-
tion, except the probation restriction, be construed to exclude from par-
ticipation in any freshman activity a first semester student otherwise
eligible for participation.
3. A student's eligibility for spring extracurricular activities, occurring dur-
ing the second semester, shall be determined by the student's record for the
second semester of the preceding year and the first semester of the current
year.

XIX
CONDUCT
A. OFFENSES AGAINST GOOD CONDUCT: All students will be held re-
sponsible for conforming to the laws of the nation and the state and for be-
having in a manner consistent with the best interests of the student and the
student body. The following offenses are deemed to be against the best inter-
ests of the University and the student and will be treated with severity:
1. Disrespect to a member of the staff or faculty.
2. Wanton destruction of property.
3. Gambling.
4. Drinking or having liquor in possession.
5. Immorality.
6. Possession of lethal weapons.
B. SMOKING IN UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS: Smoking in University build-
ings is prohibited except in the dormitories, social halls, cafeteria, offices, book-
store, and lavatories.
C. DEGREES OF DISCIPLINE: The degrees of discipline are as follows:
1. Reprimand.
2. Probation on condition.
3. Suspension.
4. Indefinite suspension.
5. Expulsion.
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PROBATION may apply to various conditions, but no student on probation
may represent the University in any intercollegiate contest, nor may he hold any
student-body office or any University position for which remuneration is given.
SUSPENSION excludes the student from the University for a definite time.
The exact date of the end of the period of suspension must be stated in the suspen-
sion decree.
INDEFINITE SUSPENSION excludes the student from the University for
an indefinite period of time.
EXPULSION is permanent dismissal from the University.

XX

HONOR SYSTEM

The following offenses against the honor code of the student body shall be
dealt with by the Honor court:*
A. Cheating, giving or receiving any manner of aid in connection with a test or ex-
amination in any college course.
B. Stealing.
C. The passing of worthless checks.


If the court finds the accused guilty, and he makes no immediate appeal,
the Court shall then in its discretion either:
1. Reprimand and warn the culprit and impose six penalty hours on a fresh-
man, nine penalty hours on a sophomore, twelve penalty hours on a junior,
and fifteen penalty hours on a senior, if the violation is not flagrant and is
the first offense, or,
2. Reprimand and warn the culprit and impose fifteen penalty hours if the cul-
prit is a freshman, and the violation is flagrant and wilful, or,
3. Suspend for not less than one term and impose penalty hours as in clause
1 of this section, if it is a clear case and the culprit pleads guilty and he is
an upperclassman and it is the first offense, or,
4. Suspend for not less than one year and impose penalty hours as in clause 1
of this section, if the violation is flagrant and wilful and the culprit pleads
not guilty and it is the first offense, or,
5. Expel, if it is the second offense.
6. The Court may in the furtherance of justice amend the above penalties in
extraordinary cases so that the penalties will not be unreasonably harsh, and
the ends to be accomplished defeated.
7. For the purpose of this section students shall be classified according to their
period of residence at the University.

* Subject to modifications that are made in the Student Body Constitution. Sec current Student
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Decrees of the Honor Court are published for a period of one month on the
University bulletin boards. The names of convicted students are not published;
cases are referred to by number.
Copies of all decrees of the Honor Court shall be sent to the Registrar and
to the Dean of Student Personnel.


"A student once expelled by a decree of the Honor Court may be readmitted
by a vote of the Executive Council or by a retrial by the Honor Court. The
Faculty Discipline Committee may act as a court of appeal from the Student Honor
Court . it shall not review the case de novo, unless it first determines that the
Student Honor Court has denied the accused a fair trial, or unless it has instruc-
tions from the President of the University to do so." (The Constitution of the
University of Florida.)

XXI
STUDENT HOUSING
A. UNIVERSITY HOUSING FACILITIES
1. Persons residing or visiting in University housing will be expected to ob-
serve principles of individual self-control, courtesy and respect for the
rights of others as required by the conditions of group living and for the
protection of University property. (See terms and conditions of assign-
ment, which are found on the application blank)
2. Violation of the general principles of good conduct or those specifically set
forth above (Section XVIII) may result in withdrawal of the privilege of
University housing or other action as provided in these student regulations.
B. OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING FACILITIES
1. All students living in off-campus housing facilities will be expected to
observe the same principles of conduct as those living in University housing.
2. Undergraduate women students shall file with the Dean of Women their
parent's written approval of their residence at a specific address off-campus.
When residence is changed, parental approval for the new address must be
submitted.

XXII
STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
These regulations and policies apply to all units and divisions of the
University of Florida that employ currently enrolled students on any status, other
than of academic staff rank.
A. PURPOSE: Student Employment at the University of Florida has a four fold
purpose: to provide labor for part time positions, to assist students financially,
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B. ADMINISTRATION: The Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and
Awards has the responsibility for the administration of all student employ-
ment under supervision of the University and may make such rules and
regulations as are necessary for the proper supervision and administration of
such employment.
C. REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
1. In order to be certified for student employment, students must have earned
an honor point average of 2.0 for the semester immediately preceding
their application for employment and otherwise meet requirements prescribed
by the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
2. A student may not accept employment with any department or division
of the University until he is certified as eligible by the Office of Student
Employment.
3. No student on disciplinary probation of any kind will be given a job.
If, while on the job, a student is placed on probation, the individual will
be required to resign the position.
4. Probation is a status of work permission granted by the Committee to
those students who, because of circumstances over which they had no
control, are prevented from fulfilling all of the conditions set forth in
rules and regulations governing student employment. A petition requesting
such status must be presented in writing to the committee for its
consideration.
5. A student may not hold two University positions, the combined income
of which (plus other sources of income) are in excess of an amount neces-
sary for the student to remain in college at a minimum comfort level.
6. The maximum number of hours per week a student may work is twenty-
four (24). Any deviation from this will require the approval of the Com-
mittee on Student Employment and the Personnel Board.
The Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards, through the Ofice
of Student Employment, attempts to assist all students seeking employment. It
maintains a register of these applicants from which departments and divisions of the
University are urged to draw needed replacements.

XXIII

SCHOLARSHIPS AND LOAN FUNDS
All scholarships and loan funds controlled directly by the University shall be
administered under the direction of the Committee on Student Aid and Scholarships.
The Committee makes periodic scholastic and conduct reports to the donors
and administrators of all scholarships and loan funds. If a holder of a scholarship
or loan fund has been guilty of any serious breach of conduct, or, in general, if he
makes an average for the year of less than C equivalent, the Committee shall recom-
mend to the donors that the student be deprived of the scholarship. In case the
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avoidable cause, he should present evidence of such circumstances to the attention
of the Committee.
For further information concerning scholarships and loan funds, see the cur-
rent Catalog.
XXIV
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
All student social affairs shall be under the jurisdiction of the Committee on
Student Organizations and Social Activities, whose duty it shall be to pass upon
the qualifications of fraternities, societies and clubs seeking recognition by the
University and to counsel and advise student groups participating in social activities
as to time, place and conduct of social functions.
The philosophy of student activities at the University of Florida is as follows:
Group activities at the University of Florida should be considered part of the total
educational process. As such they should be based on the personal, social and recre-
ational needs of all students and should lead to a growth in social competence of all
students.
A. TIME:
1. All social activities shall be confined to Friday and Saturday afternoons
and evenings except teas, suppers, and similar functions.
2. All social activities shall cease at 1:00 A.M. on Friday night and at 1:30
A.M. on Saturday night.
a. Exceptions to these hours will be Fall Frolics, Military Ball, Spring
Frolics and Homecoming, which have been designated as the official
social weekends.
b. Hours for Fall and Spring Frolics are as follows:
Friday 2:30 A.M.
Saturday 2:30 A.M.
Hours for Military Ball are:
Friday 1:00 A.M.
Saturday 2:30 A.M.
Hours for Homecoming are:
Friday 1:00 A.M.
Saturday 2:30 A.M.
Fraternity houses shall be cleared of women guests at the times stated above.
3. Midweek teas, suppers, etc. shall be held between 4:00 P.M. and 7:30 P.M.
4. In special cases an entertainment approved by the Committee on Student
Organizations and Social Activities, may be scheduled for the morning hours.
5. VISITING HOURS:
a. For women in men's fraternities:
Monday through Thursday 11:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M.


Friday
Saturday
Sunday


5:00
11:00
9:00
9:00


P.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.


10:30 P.M.
12 Midnight
12 Midnight
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b. Visiting hours for men in women's sororities and halls will be governed
by WSA regulations.
6. Serenade hours for all women's residence halls are limited to the hours below:
Monday through Thursday 10:30 P.M. 11:30 P.M.
EXCEPTION: Hours for serenading for the 7 days preceding Christmas
are from 10:30 P.M. to 12 Midnight for all residence halls and sororities.
B. AUTHORIZATION:
1. Authorization for all social activities must be secured from the Committee
on Student Organizations and Social Activities through the Office of the
Adviser to Student Organizations.
2. These authorization requests, which must be submitted to the Office of the
Adviser to Student Organizations at least 48 hours before the social event is
to take place, must be signed by the president and social chairman of the
student organization making the request and also by the chaperones who
agree to serve at the affair. This requirement applies also to social events
of student organizations held out of Gainesville.
3. There shall be a chaperone or chaperones approved by the Committee on
Student Organizations and Social Activities through the Adviser to Student
Organizations at all mixed social functions given by fraternities, societies,
or clubs recognized by the University.
4. There shall be a house chaperone or chaperones approved by the Committee
on Student Organizations and Social Activities through the Adviser to
Student Organizations at each fraternity house in which women are guests.
5. Participants in all social functions given by student organizations of the
University shall conduct themselves as ladies and gentlemen. Failure on
the part of anyone to do this may result in his exclusion from all such
social functions in the future, and in the case of a student, may subject him
to disciplinary action.
6. Students guilty of drinking, storing intoxicants, drunkenness, disorderly
conduct, or breach of University regulations in fraternity. houses or on
the premises, shall be subject to action of the Faculty Discipline Committee.
7. The president and social chairman of an organization shall be jointly re-
sponsible for the conduct and management of all social functions given by
their organizations.
8. Since each organization will be held accountable for the expenses involved
in functions under its sponsorship, the cost of such functions must be kept
within reasonable limits.
C. ACTIVITIES CALENDAR:
The Committee on Student Organizations and Social Activities, through the
Office of the Adviser to Student Organizations, shall publish at the beginning
of the fall term a calendar of all campus activities scheduled for the first
semester. Each student organization shall submit material for this calendar to
the Office of the Adviser to Student Organizations on or before June '1 preced-
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ginning of the second semester containing all campus activities for that semester.
Deadline for material for this calendar is January 5.
D. VIOLATIONS:
Violation of any of the foregoing regulations by a student organization or other
group of the University may result in a denial of further social privileges, and,
if the Committee on Student Organizations and Social Activities deems such
violation a serious one, the case shall be submitted to the Committee on Disci-
pline for action.

xxv

FRATERNITIES, SOCIETIES AND CLUBS
SOCIAL FRATERNITIES
A. REQUIREMENTS FOR RECOGNITION (Men's social fraternities):
1. The petitioning group must have a minimum of 15 regularly matriculated
students. These students must signify their interest and willingness to work
in the development of the organization.
2. The petitioning group must have an approved faculty or alumni adviser.
3. A list of members and officers must be submitted with the petition.
4. The organization must have a satisfactory scholastic, social and conduct
record.
5. Local organizations will present to the Committee evidence of satisfactory
scholastic achievement, financial planning, social development, and campus
activity. The Committee will recommend approval or disapproval to the
President through the Office of the Dean of Student Personnel.
6. A group must have been officially recognized as a local organization for at
least one year before it may petition a national organization.
7. A local organization must secure permission of the Committee on Student
Organizations and Social Activities before petitioning a national group.
B. REQUIREMENTS FOR RECOGNITION (Women's social fraternities):
1. The petitioning group must have a minimum of 15 regularly matriculated
students. These students must signify their interest and willingness to
work in the development of a fraternity chapter.
2. The petitioning group must have a faculty or alumnae adviser.
3. The quota of numbers in women's social fraternities shall be set by the
Panhellenic Council with the approval of the Dean of Women or her
representative.
4. The group must provide a housemother, whose qualifications are approved
by the Dean of Women or her representative, at such times as a house is
rented, leased or built. A file of applications for the position is kept in the
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5. There must be an agreement to cooperate with the University in any plan
devised by the University for fraternity housing and location of housing.
6. Policies for admission to the campus of new women's social fraternities are
within the jurisdiction of the Committee on Student Organizations and
Social Activities.
7. Local organizations will present to the Committee evidence of satisfactory
scholastic achievement, financial planning, social development, and campus
activity. The Committee will recommend approval or disapproval to the
President through the Office of the Dean of Student Personnel.
8. The group must have been officially recognized as a local organization at
least one year.
9. Should any fraternity after admittance fail to maintain standards of satis-
factory scholastic achievement, financial responsibility or social behavior, it
may be put on probation by the Committee and if it does not meet quali-
fications may be dropped from the campus of the University of Florida upon
the recommendation of the Committee subject to the approval of the
President.
10. A local organization must secure permission of the Committee on Student
Organizations and Social Activities before petitioning a national group.

C. OPERATING A HOUSE
1. All groups operating a chapter house shall, at the beginning of the school
year, submit a set of house rules to the Committee on Student Organiza-
tions and Social Activities.
2. Each group shall be subject to the following laws of the State of Florida
relative to the operation of a house:
"897. Property exempt from taxation. The following property shall be
exempt from taxation: . . . . ... Third. Such property of educa-
tional, literary, benevolent, charitable and scientific institutions within this
State as shall be actually occupied and used by them solely for the purpose
for which they have been or may be organized, but property of such in-
stitutions which is rented wholly or in part and the rents, issues and profits
only used by such institutions shall not be exempt from taxation, nor shall
any property held by them as an investment or for speculation be exempt
from taxation. ............ 898 Exemption of property of women's
clubs, American Legion, fraternities, sororities, etc. All property in this
State now owned and exclusively used by the regularly constituted women's
clubs of Florida, or American Legion, or the duly constituted chapters, inns,
or other associations duly chartered by national college fraternities or na-
tional college sororities, located and existing at colleges and universities in
the State of Florida at State institutions or duly chartered as such colleges
or universities by the State of Florida, used solely as their club house or
home, is hereby defined to mean such property as is contemplated by Section
I, or Article IX, of the Constitution of Florida and is hereby declared to be
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D. SCHOLARSHIP
1. Scholastic averages of members and pledges shall be compiled for each
semester of the regular school session; an annual report shall be compiled at
the end of the second semester.
2. A social fraternity may drop pledges as late as, but not later than, the last
date for dropping courses without a grade of E as shown in the University
Calendar without their grades counting in the final average of its pledges,
provided notice is immediately sent to the Registrar through the Office of
the Adviser to Student Organizations.
3. Pledges dropped for poor scholarship may not be reinstated until the Regis-
trar* has certified that they have attained the required University average.
E. APPROVAL FOR BUILDING
1. Any recognized University fraternity or other student organization which
plans to build or to make important additions to present buildings shall sub-
mit plans, specifications, approximate costs and proposed methods of financ-
ing to a committee* designated by the President of the University.
2. These plans, specifications, costs and methods of financing must be ap-
proved by this committee before any contracts may be signed, provided this
action does not in any way obligate or bind the University of Florida or the
Board of Control, or the State of Florida.
3. Plans for rental or purchase of any building by any recognized University
organization must also receive the approval of this committee before any
contracts are made.

SOCIETIES AND CLUBS
A. REQUIREMENTS FOR RECOGNITION
1. All societies and clubs seeking University recognition shall have at least 15
active members.
2. Each of these groups shall have a faculty adviser.
3. They shall submit a list of all active members as well as a copy of the con-
stitution to the Committee on Student Organizations and Social Activities."
4. They shall have an approved financial program.
5. Exceptions concerning recognition of societies and clubs of a temporary
nature to the above requirements may be made by the Committee.

B. AUDIT OF BOOKS
1. All recognized student organizations except social fraternities having initia-
tion fees or collecting and disbursing monies obtained from students, or
having monies which are expended by student members, must submit a
yearly report of the organization's finances to the University auditor, 102
Administration Building. Forms for this report will be sent to presidents of
student organizations one month in advance of the date due.
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2. All recognized student organizations except social fraternities shall submit
an annual report of their activities as well as the names of their officers for
the coming year to the Office of Adviser to Student Organizations. Forms
for this report will be sent to presidents of student organizations one month
in advance of the date due.
3. Violation of these regulations by a student organization or group on the
campus will result in the organization's being given an inactive status until
such time as it may wish to re-apply for University recognition in the usual
manner.

XXVI
OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES
Regulations concerning the operation of motor vehicles are recommended by
the Committee on Campus Safety which is a faculty-student group. Administra-
tion of the regulations is the joint responsibility of the University Police Depart-
ment and the Student Traffic Court.
1. Motor vehicles must be operated in accordance with traffic and parking reg-
ulations which are available from the University Police Department.
2. A speed limit of twenty miles per hour prevails on the campus except in
and near the FlaVet villages where a speed limit of ten miles per hour pre-
vails.
3. Students receiving a sticker for a reserved parking area must park only in
the area assigned on the hours designated.
4. All tickets for traffic or parking violations must be returned to the Uni-
versity Police Department in person within forty-eight hours.

XXVII
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
The required Physical Education Program for men
THE UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENT:
Each undergraduate male student is required to register for and participate
satisfactorily in the prescribed program of Required Physical Education until he re-
ceives his degree or has been in attendance eight semesters. The program require-
ment for transfer students and students who graduate in less than eight semesters
is adjusted on an individual basis by the head of the Department of Required
Physical Education for Men.
The required Physical Education Program for Women
THE UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENT:
Women students are required to register for and participate satisfactorily in
four semesters of Physical Education. So that a student may enjoy a varied and
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excused by the College Physician, all women students are required to satisfactorily
complete a course in swimming or pass an exemption test in swimming. Students
taking fewer than ten semester hours, students over twenty-six years of age, and
veterans are exempt from this requirement. The program for transfer students is
adjusted on an individual basis by the head of the Department of Required Physical
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The University Record comprises:

The Report of the President to the Board of Control, the Catalog, the Bulletin
of the Summer Session, the Schedule of Courses for each term or semester, the
University Directory, and various bulletins on regulations and policies.

These bulletins will be sent gratuitously to all persons who apply for them.
The applicant should specifically state which bulletins or what information is
desired. Address

THE REGISTRAR, University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida




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