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The University Record
University of Florida
The Constitution of the University of Florida
With All Changes Through December 1, 1949
a As Approved by the
and the Board of Control
Series 1, No. 15 December 1, 1949
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
The University Record
University of Florida
The Constitution of the University of Florida
With All Changes Through December 1, 1949
As Approved by the
and the Board of Control
Series 1, No. 12 December 1, 1949
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
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY
The University of Florida is a state educational institution, under the
supervision and direction of the State Board of Education and of the Board of
Control. The power of the State Board of Education is expressed in Article XII,
Section 3, of the State Constitution; that of the Board of Control in Chapter 5384,
Laws of 1905, commonly known as the Buckman Act, and in amendatory
THE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNIVERSITY
GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES AND SERVICES
Office of the President
Office of the Dean of the University
Office of the Business Manager
Office of the Dean of Student Personnel
Dean of Men
Dean of Women
Director of Housing
Florida Center of Clinical Services
Office of the Registrar
Board of University Examiners
Division of Public Relations
Institute of Inter-American Affairs
The Florida State Museum
The Radio Station
The University of Florida Press
Colleges and Schools
The Lower Division
The University College
The Upper Division
The College of Agriculture
Department of Agricultural Chemistry
(Administered by Department of Chemistry)
Department of Agricultural Economics
Department of Agricultural Education
(In cooperation with the College of Education)
Department of Agricultural Engineering
Department of Agronomy
Division of Animal Industry
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Division of Botany
Department of Entomology
Department of Horticulture
Department of Soils
The College of Architecture and Allied Arts
Department of Architecture
Department of Art
The College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Biology
Department of Chemistry
Department of Geography
Department of Geology
Department of History and Political Science
Division of Languages and Literature
Department of Ancient Languages
Department of English
Department of French and Italian
Department of German
Department of Russian
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Department of Library Science
Department of Mathematics and Astronomy
Department of Music
Department of Philosophy
Department of Physics
Department of Psychology
Department of Religion
Department of Sociology
Department of Speech
The College of Business Administration
Department of Accounting
Department of Business Organization and Operation
Department of Economics
Department of Real Estate
The College of Education
Department of Elementary Education
Department of Secondary Education
Department of Foundations of Education
Department of Administration Survey and Field Service
Department of Counselling, Coordination of Graduate Program
Department of Research and Publications
Department of Off-campus Instruction
Department of Materials of Instruction
The College of Engineering
Department of Aeronautical Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering
Department of Industrial Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The School of Forestry (A unit of the College of Agriculture)
Department of Forestry
The School of Journalism (A unit of the College of Arts and Sciences)
Department of Journalism
The College of Law
Department of Law
The College of Pharmacy
Department of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology
Department of Pharmacy
The College of Physical Education, Health and Athletics
Department of Health Service
Department of Health and Physical Education-Professional Curriculum
Department of Required Physical Education
Department of Intercollegiate Athletics
Department of Intramural Athletics and Recreation
Intercollege Instructional Units
Division of Military Science and Tactics
Division of Music
Radio Broadcasting Training
The Graduate Division
The Graduate School
ORGANIZED RESEARCH AND EXTENSION SERVICES
The Agriculture Experiment Station
The Agricultural Extension Service
The General Extension Division
Office of Student Personnel
Bureau of Vocational Guidance and Mental Hygiene
Veterans Guidance Center
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College of Architecture and Allied Arts
Center of the Arts
Bureau of Architectural and Community Research
College of Arts and Sciences
Naval Stores Research (Department of Chemistry)
Public Administration Clearing Service
College of Business Administration
Bureau of Economic and Business Research
College of Education
Bureau of Educational Research
Field Service Division
Teacher Placement Division
College of Engineering
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
College of Pharmacy
The Medicinal Plant Garden
Bureau of Professional Relations
The President shall be the chief executive officer of the University and,
as such, shall exercise general supervision over all its activities, shall have general
charge of all its properties, and shall safeguard all its expenditures. Specifically,
he shall be an ex-officio member of all faculties and committees; shall serve as
chairman of the Academic Council, the Administrative Council, the University
Senate and the General Assembly; shall be the medium of communication between
the Board of Control and all faculty and student organizations; shall preside at
commencement and confer all academic degrees. As stated in detail below, he
shall pass upon all appointments, promotions, and reductions in the rank of the
academic staff. In conjunction with the Administrative Council and such com-
mittees as he may designate he shall prepare and submit to the Board of Control
the biennial budget. He shall have a veto power over all actions of committees,
college faculties, the Councils, the University Senate, and the General Assembly,
which power shall be exercised by sending a written executive order to the body
concerned. In all matters not otherwise provided for in the Constitution and
By-Laws he shall, under the Board of Control, have plenary power.
THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEES: DISCIPLINE AND ATHLETICS
Section 1. The Committee on Discipline shall be appointed by the President
and shall be responsible to him for the performance of its duties. It shall, how-
ever, make periodic reports to the University Senate.
Section 2. The duties of the Committee on Discipline shall be to hear and
determine all charges against students, whenever such cases of alleged mis-
conduct are referred to it by the President, the Dean of Men, or the Dean of
Women; and to act as a court of appeal from the Student Honor Court. In the
last mentioned capacity it shall not review the case de novo, unless it first
determines that the Student Court has denied the accused a fair trial, or unless
it has instructions from the President to consider the case de novo.
Section 3. The Committee on Inter-Collegiate Athletics shall consist of
fifteen members appointed by the President of the University as follows:
(a) Nine shall be appointed from the faculty of the University;
(b) Three shall be appointed from the membership of the Alumni Association,
upon the recommendation of the President of the Association for a term
of one year, which year shall be concurrent with the term of the Presi-
dent of the Alumni Association; and
(c) Three shall be appointed from the student body, upon the recommenda-
tion of the student members of the Athletic Council, for a term of one
year, which year shall be concurrent with the term of office of the student
members of the Athletic Council.
It shall be the duty of the Committee on Inter-Collegiate Athletics
1. to supervise the certification of eligibility of students for participation
in intercollegiate athletics in accordance with the rules of the Uni-
versity and the rules of the Southeastern Conference.
2. to serve as an advisory committee to the President of the University
with respect to the relations of the University with the Southeastern
3. to serve as an advisory committee to the President of the University
in matters pertaining to athletics which he may refer to it, and
4. to act in an advisory capacity in matters pertaining to intercollegiate
athletics which may be referred to it by or through the Director of
the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics.
In accordance with Article IX of the Constitution of the Southeastern Con-
ference, which article provides that the control of athletics in a member insti-
tution shall rest with the Executive Head and the faculty of the institution, the
final resolution of any question on which the Committee on Athletics may be
divided shall rest with the faculty members of the Committee.
In case of death, incapacitating illness, or absence of the President, the Vice-
President shall assume, until specific orders arrive from the Board of Control, all
the authority and responsibility of the President.
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Section 1. The Academic Council
(a) The Academic Council shall consist of the following ex-officio members:
(1) The President of the University, Chairman; (2) the Vice-President of the
University; (3) members of the University staff with the title of Dean; (4) the
Directors of Schools; (5) the Director of University Libraries; (6) the Registrar,
(b) The function of the Academic Council shall be to act as a Cabinet to the
President to confer and advise with him in all academic matters.
(c) The Academic Council shall meet at least once each month and at such
other times as the President may designate.
Section 2. The Administrative Council
(a) The Administrative Council shall consist of the following ex-officio mem-
bers: (1) The President of the University, Chairman; (2) the Vice-President of
the University; (3) all members of the University staff who make recommenda-
tions concerning policy, budgets, and appointments directly to the President; (4)
Dean of Men and Dean of Women; (5) the Registrar, Secretary.
(b) The Administrative Council will be the agency to which the President
will convey information concerning administrative policies and will act as a
cabinet to confer and advise with him in non-academic matters.
(c) The Administrative Council will meet at times designated by the
President provided that not less than one meeting shall be held each fiscal year.
THE UNIVERSITY SENATE
Section 1. The University Senate shall be the supreme legislative body of
Section 2. MEMBERSHIP-The members of the University Senate shall be:
(1) The President and the Vice-President of the University; (2) all persons in
the University having the title of Dean; (3) the Director of the Agricultural
Experiment Station (or in his absence the Assistant Director) and one member
of the research staff of the Agricultural Experiment Station designated by the
Director thereof; (4) the Director of the Agricultural Extension Service and one
member of the staff of the Agricultural Extension Service designated by the
Director thereof; (5) the Director of the Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station and one member of the research staff of the Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station as designated by the Director thereof; (6) all members of
the faculty having the rank of Professor in those branches of the University in
which the teaching of students in residence is the primary function; (7) the
Section 3. OFFICERS-The presiding officer of the University Senate shall
be the President, or in his absence the Vice-President. The Secretary shall be
the Registrar, who shall keep the minutes of the proceedings. He shall furnish
the President for the report to the Board of Control, a statement of all actions
and rules requiring the approval of said Board.
Section 4. The University Senate shall meet at least once during each
calendar month of the academic year. Unless another date is specified by the
President, the regular monthly meeting will be held on the last Thursday of the
month. Special meetings of the Senate may be called at such times as the
President may designate.
Section 5. The functions of the University Senate shall be as follows:
(a) As a clearing house to correlate all activities and acts of individual
deans, the college faculties and the standing committees. Upon request of any
member of the faculty, it may review the action of the above listed bodies and,
if finding such action not in accord with the general policy of the University,
or not in keeping with these regulations, or in conflict with other actions, it may
suspend such action and refer it, with recommendations, to the body from which
(b) As a legislative body having jurisdiction over all matters involving
general University policies and not college policies, so far as these are not
reserved to the Councils or to the President, it shall exercise legislative functions
touching the same, and make such rules and regulations as it may deem ad-
visable to promote the general welfare of the University.
Section 6. QUORUM-A majority of the members shall constitute a quorum.
Section 7. COMMITTEES-The Senate may employ standing or special
committees for any purpose falling within its jurisdiction. During the periods
between meetings of the Senate, each committee shall be, under the President,
the sole authority on matters entrusted to it. Each committee shall report to the
Senate its work, findings, or recommendations, which by such body shall be
approved, amended, or revoked. The President is ex-officio a member of all
standing committees and designates the members thereof.
Section 8. PROXIES-No member of the Senate shall be allowed a proxy.
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL
Section 1. The Graduate School shall be administered by the Dean and the
Graduate Council. The Dean shall be nominated by the President and elected by
the Board of Control. The Graduate Council shall be appointed annually by the
President. The Dean shall be a member of the Council and ex-officio Chairman.
Section 2. It shall be the duty of the Dean and Graduate Council to recom-
mend the budget of the Graduate School; to supervise its activities; to arrange
all the details for its operation; to recommend candidates for degrees through
the President to the Board of Control, by a two-thirds vote; and in general to
have authority over all graduate study in the University.
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Section 3. All recommendations for honorary degrees shall be made through
the President to the Board of Control upon nomination of a committee composed
of the Chairman of the Board of Control, the President of the University, and
the Dean of the Graduate School. Suggestions may be entertained by this
committee from a committee of the University Senate or from other sources.
THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Section 1. The University College shall be under the jurisdiction of the
Dean and the Administrative Board. The Dean shall be nominated by the
President of the University and elected by the Board of Control.
Section 2. The Dean, with the approval of the deans of the senior colleges
and professional schools concerned and the President, shall select the teaching
staff of the University College. In general, this staff shall function not only in
the University College, but also in the senior colleges and professional school
and/or in the Graduate School.
Section 3. The Administrative Board, consisting of not fewer than nine and
not more than twelve members, shall be appointed annually by the President of
the University upon the recommendation of the Dean. The Dean shall be ex-
officio Chairman of the Board.
Section 4. It shall be the duty of the Dean and the Administrative Board to
recommend the budget of the University College, to supervise and administer
its work, to arrange for the details of its operation and in general to have
authority over all its activities.
Section 5. All members of the faculty who are assigned to instruction partly
in the University College and partly in another college or school of the Uni-
versity are to be appointed on the joint recommendation of the Dean of the
University College and the other dean or director involved, and the duties of
such faculty members may not be changed or any new assignments made with-
out the approval of the Dean of the University College, the other dean or
director involved, and the President of the University.
THE BOARD OF UNIVERSITY EXAMINERS
Section 1. The Board of University Examiners shall consist of at least five
members. The Registrar and the Dean of the University College shall be mem-
bers of the Board, the former acting as Chairman. The three other members
shall be appointed annually by the President of the University.
Section 2. The Board of University Examiners shall formulate policies
governing all comprehensive examinations and shall administer these exam-
Section 3. This Board shall also determine and administer the requirements
THE ORGANIZATION OF COLLEGES
Section 1. A college shall be a division of the University organized for
conducting curricula of study (with the research and extension work related
thereto) in some particular field of higher education, such as liberal arts, agri-
culture, or engineering.
Section 2. The administrative head of each college shall be a dean, who
may be at the same time a professor in one of the departments of the college.
The Dean shall be nominated by the President and elected by the Board of
Section 3. The Dean shall have general responsibility for all of the activities
of the college under his control. He shall be responsible as follows: for the
execution of administrative orders from the President and of rules passed by
the faculty of the college; for nominating the head of each department in the
college; for the assignment of duties to the various departments in the college,
subject to the provisions of Section 7 of this article; for the assignment of
space to the departments in the buildings allotted to his college; for the proper
use of the buildings and equipment of the college; for the conduct of the office
affairs of the college; for the assignment of a program of work to each
student in the college; for the preparation of the budget of the college, the
biennial report, and such other reports as the President may call for; and for
making plans and recommendations for the future growth and development of
the college. He shall have the right to require the heads of departments in his
college to share in the work of bearing these responsibilities in addition to carry-
ing on the work of their own departments. He, or his agent, shall approve all
requisitions drawn against funds allotted to the college or to any of its de-
partment. He shall be the presiding officer of the faculty of the college, and
the representative of the college on the Academic Council and the Administrative
Section 4. A division of the University for some particular field of higher
education shall not necessarily be organized as a distinct college. For ad-
ministrative convenience such a division may be made a part of some college
which is devoted primarily to a different but related field of work. Such a
division within a college shall be called a school.
Section 5. The administrative head of a school shall be a director, who may
be at the same time a professor in one of the departments of the school. His
relation to the dean of his college shall be the same as that of a department head
in the college; but his relation to the departments in his school shall be the
same as that of a dean to the departments in his college.
Section 6. The formation of a new college or school shall require the ap-
proval of the University Senate, the President and the Board of Control. Pro-
posals for the formation of new colleges or schools may be initiated by the
Academic Council, the University Senate, the President of the Board of Con-
trol, or by other bodies or perons within or without the University.
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Section 7. In case of disagreement between the deans of the different
colleges as to the boundaries of their fields of work or authority, or disagreement
between a dean and the head of a department regarding the proper field of work
of the department, the University Senate shall review the matter upon request
of either party to the disagreement and shall decide the points at issue by a
THE COLLEGE FACULTIES
Section 1. The faculty of a college shall consist of the following persons:
(a) All professors, associate professors, assistant professors, and instructors
in the departments which belong to the college.
(b) One representative from each department which does not belong to the
college, but which gives required or alternate optional courses in any of the
curricula that lead to a degree from the college, such representative to be ap-
pointed by the head of the department concerned.
(c) Non-teaching officers of research or extension, who hold the rank of
instructor or higher in the college. Such officers may be excused from active par-
ticipation in faculty affairs at the discretion of the dean.
(d) The President of the University is ex-officio a member of the faculty of
the college; and the heads of the departments specified under (b) are ex-officio
members, but each such department shall have only one vote.
Section 2. The Line Faculty
(a) By the phrase "line faculty" is meant those members of the faulty
nominated by the dean of a college and paid from the budgeted funds of the
college. The line faculty of a college shall be the legislative body for the en-
actment of rules to govern the affairs peculiar to the college, especially those
affecting the character of its courses of study. Subject to the approval of the
University Senate and the Board of Control, it shall fix requirements of the
college for entrance and for graduation and the form of the degrees to be con-
ferred. It shall determine the arrangement and content of its curricula. It
shall recommend through the President to the Board of Control by a two-thirds
vote the granting of degrees to those of its students who shall have complied with
the requirements for degrees. It shall annually elect a secretary whose duty it
shall be to keep a permanent record of its proceedings.
(b) Faculty paid by one department or college but teaching regularly in
another as part of their duties shall be appointed to the other faculty by specific
action of the department heads and deans concerned.
(c) The Department of Chemistry shall have one representative in the College
of Agriculture with the same right to vote as a line member of that college; the
Department of Economics shall have one representative in the College of Arts and
Sciences with the same right to vote as a line member of that college; and the
Department of Education shall have one representative in the College of Agri-
culture with the same right to vote as a line member of that college. This one
representative shall be in addition to anyone who shall qualify under clause (b).
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Section 1. MEMBERSHIP-In order to permit group contract and to
furnish group instruction, there shall be a General Assembly, consisting of all
members of the University staff, of the rank of instructor and above. This
assembly shall have no legislative or executive power.
Section 2. OFFICERS-The presiding officer shall be the President, or in
his absence the Vice-President. The Registrar shall be the Secretary.
Section 3. MEETINGS-Meetings shall be held at the call of the President.
THE ORGANIZATION OF DEPARTMENTS
Section 1. The department shall be the unit of university organization for
instruction, research, and extension in a defined field of learning, provided,
however, that a college shall be considered the unit of organization when it is
not divided into departments. Where a teaching unit as a part of a college unit
includes two or more subject matter fields the unit may be called a teaching
Section 2. The affairs of a department shall be administered by the head
of the department. He shall have general responsibility for all of the activities
of the department. He shall be responsible as follows: for the assignment of
duties to the members of the department; for filling vacancies and recommending
promotions or reductions in rank of the staff of the department, subject to ap-
proval by the dean and the President and confirmation by the Board of Control;
for the proper use of the quarters assigned to the department; for the proper care
and upkeep of the equipment belonging to the department; for the exenditure of
funds for equipment, upkeep and incidentals of the department, by requisition
approved by the dean of the college and Business Manager of the University; for
making plans and recommendations for the growth and development of the de-
partment; and for making reports concerning the department as called for by the
dean or President. He shall have the right to require any member of the staff
of his department to share in the work of meeting these responsibilities, as well
as to carry on the work of instruction, research, or extension.
A teaching division shall be administered by a chairman of the division and
an executive committee consisting of representatives of the subject matter fields
which are in the division, such representatives to be appointed by the chairman of
Section 3. The members of a department shall be all persons who engage in
the work of that department under the line authority of the head of the depart-
ment and who are budgeted in that department or who are specifically appointed
to the department as provided in Article XII, section 2, clause (b).
Section 4. For purposes of organization and budget, each department shall
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be assigned to one and only one college; but the duties of the department shall
not necessarily be limited to that college. On the contrary it shall be the duty
of a department to give instruction in its own field of learning to students from
any of the colleges which may require such instruction; and to contribute re-
search and extension services in its own field to other divisions of the University
than its own college, in accordance with the demand for such services and the
practicability of giving them.
Section 5. The dean of any college shall have the right to assign properly
qualified students to courses offered by departments outside of his college, unless
objection shall be made to him by the head of a department, in which case he
may refer the matter to the University Senate for adjustment. When any col-
lege shall desire new courses (or other services) to be given by a department
outside of that college, the dean of that college shall send a written request to
the head of the department concerned through the dean of the college to which
that department belongs. If the request is not granted, the matter may be
referred to the University Senate for adjustment.
Section 6. The formation of a new department of instruction or the transfer
of a department from one college to another shall require the approval of the
University Senate, the President and the Board of Control, upon recommendation
of the dean of the college concerned, or, in case of transfer, of the deans of
THE ACADEMIC STAFF
Section 1. RANK-The rank of the Academic Staff shall be as follows:
(1) The President
(2) The Vice-President
(3) The members of the Academic Council (the deans in order of appoint-
ment, followed by the directors of schools and the Director of Uni-
versity Libraries in order of appointment)
(4) The Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station, the Director of
the Agricultural Extension Service, the Director of the Engineering
and Industrial Experiment Station, Associate Deans and Assistant
Deans (in order named)
(5) Heads of Departments and Divisions (in order of appointment)
(6) Lecturers (in order of appointment)
(7) Professors (in order of appointment)
(8) Associate Professors (in order of appointment)
(9) Assistant Professors (in order of appointment)
(10) Instructors (in order of appointment)
Section 2, METHOD OF APPOINTMENT-The method of appointment to
all academic positions shall be as follows: (1) The President and the Vice-
President shall be elected by the Board of Control; (2) the deans shall be nomi-
nated by the President and elected by the Board of Control; (3) the heads of
the departments shall be nominated by the dean of the college concerned, ap-
proved by the President and elected by the Board of Control; (4) the depart-
mental staff shall be nominated by the head of the department, subject to the
approval of the dean and the President, and elected by the Board of Control. All
original appointments shall be confirmed in writing; thereafter, written annual
notice of salary and rank shall be given to all staff members.
Section 3. ELIGIBILITY AND DUTIES OF LECTURERS-Distinguished
scholars are eligible to appointment as Lecturers. Lecturers may be employed to
render any kind of valuable service. The rank of Lecturer carries with it no bene-
fit or implication of tenure and is subject to no limitation as to age, salary, hours
of duty, or length of service; except that employment as Lecturer of a retired
member of the University faculty is governed by provisions of the plan of re-
tirement appropriate to that member.
Section 4. LEAVE OF ABSENCE-Leave of absence on academic duties
for a limited period, such as for attending meetings of a professional nature,
shall be granted by the President. Protracted absence, involving business not
for the University, must be submitted to the Board of Control for its approval.
In case of absence from duty of an instructor because of illness, the head
of the department shall, where possible, with the advice and consent of the
dean, arrange to have the work carried on by the existing departmental forces.
Where this is impossible, the situation shall be reported by the dean to the
President, who, on recommendation of the head of the department and the dean,
shall appoint a temporary instructor and refer, with recommendation, the pro-
vision for salary to the Board of Control.
Section 5. RESIGNATIONS AND DISMISSALS-If an officer of the Uni-
versity desires to obtain release from his position, he must offer his resignation
to his next superior officer sixty days before his resignation is to go into effect.
The resignation shall be duly transmitted to the Board of Control.
Dismissal of a member of the Academic staff as distinguished from termi-
nation of appointment as defined in Article XVI may not be effected except for
serious cause and on the basis of written and specific charges filed by an ad-
ministrative officer of the part of the University directly concerned or by the
President. In answer to such charges the faculty member shall have a hearing
before a committee of the faculty appointed by the President. Opportunity
shall be given the accused to challenge for cause the appointment of any faculty
member to this committee. At this hearing and at any hearing of its own
that the Board of Control may wish to conduct, the defendant shall be allowed
the benefit of counsel of his own choosing at his own expense. Except in cases
of flagrant offense, dismissal shall not become effective until at least sixty days
after action by the Board of Control.
In case of flagrant offense the President may suspend a member of the
academic staff from performance of his duties and, after an expeditious
hearing, recommend immediate dismissal to the Board of Control. When dis-
missal is ordered in such cases by the Board of Control it shall be effective
Section 6. DUTIES OF OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION-Each officer of
instruction shall report to his next superior officer for duty not later than two
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days before the opening of the University as announced in the official calendar
each year, unless notified to the contrary by his dean. He shall be on duty on
all working days shown by the calendar up to and including the annual com-
Section 7. Retirement from all academic ranks and administrative positions
except that of Lecturer shall be compulsory on the June 30th following the staff
member's 70th birthday.
Section 8. Members of the clerical staff of the University who are employed
on a twelve-month basis shall be granted a fifteen-day vacation on full pay each
year. Each member shall be granted during the year fifteen days' six leave. In
case any member has not taken this sick leave during the year, he may be
granted a thirty days' vacation with full pay.
Section 1. Permanent members of the faculty shall enjoy the assurance of
annual recommendation for reappointment. In their case such recommendation
shall be withheld only for serious cause and on the basis of written and specific
charges filed by an administrative officer of the part of the University directly
concerned or by the President. In answer to such charges the faculty member
shall have a hearing before a committee of the faculty appointed by the Presi-
dent. Opportunity shall be given the accused to challenge for cause the ap-
pointment of any faculty member to this committee. At this hearing and at
any hearing of its own that the Board of Control may wish to conduct, the
defendant shall be allowed the benefit of counsel of his own choosing.
Section 2. All members of the faculty holding the rank of Professor shall
be eligible for the status of permanent member with the beginning of their
second year as faculty members.
Section 3. All members of the faculty holding the rank of Associate Pro-
fessor shall be eligible for the status of permanent members with the beginning
of their fourth year as faculty members.
Section 4. At any time during the probationary period before permanent
status is accorded to a faculty member the University may terminate his
services by giving written notice to this effect. In all such cases, the University
shall give an additional twelve months employment.
Section 5. Time spent away from the University, whether on leave of
absence or by arrangement for exchange of service with another institution
or for any other cause, shall not be counted towards fulfillment of the proba-
tionary period required in each rank for eligibility to the status of permanent
Section 6. In no case may a person remain in the service of the Uni-
versity as a temporary member of the faculty in the rank of Professor, Associate
Professor or Assistant Professor for a total of more than five years. Not
later than the end of the fourth year of such service the department head, in
consultation with the head of his college, school, or division, shall either nomi-
nate the faculty member for permanent membership pursuant to section 8 of
this article or shall arrange to terminate his services persuant to section 4.
Section 7. All members of the faculty who hold the rank of instructor and
whose service is primarily teaching, except members of the P. K. Yonge
Laboratory School stfff, shall be considered temporary members, and this rank
ordinarily may not be held for more than five years. In exceptional cases,
however, this period of five years may be extended to a maximum of seven
years by written agreement of the parties concerned and with the approval of
the President. Members of the P. K. Yonge Laboratory School staff shall be
eligible for the status of permanent member as instructors with the beginning
of their fifth year as members of that staff. In no other case may the rank of
instructor be held by teachers for more than seven years.
Section 8. 1. When a member of the faculty becomes eligible for the
status of permanent member of the department head shall
decide whether to nominate him for that status or to post-
pone such nomination and shall inform him in writing of
the decision made.
2. Nomination for the status of permanent member must ori-
ginate with the department head, and to become effective
must receive the approval of the head of the appropriate
college, school, or division; of the President; and of the
Board of Control.
3. The faculty member shall be notified in writing by the head of
the appropriate college, school, or division of the action
taken on his nomination for the status of permanent member.
Section 9. Appointments to the faculty for the purpose of filling vacancies
in any rank may be made for limited periods of time, clearly stated in writing
at the time of the appointment.
Section 10. All persons not having permanent tenure and appointed to the
faculty prior to the effective date of this article shall be allowed the option of
qualifying for the status of permanent member pursuant either to the pro-
visions of this article or of Article XVI of the Constitution of the University
of Florida as published on August 1, 1946, in Volume XLI, Series 1, Number 7
of the University Record. If such persons choose to qualify under the provisions
of this article they must declare their preference in writing to the department
head within three months after final adoption of this article and abide by the
option thus made.
THE DEAN OF THE UNIVERSITY
Section 1. The dean of the University shall be nominated by the President
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and elected by the Board of Control. He shall be responsible directly to the
Section 2. The duties of the Dean of the University shall consist of assisting
the administration in the improvement of instruction, correlation of various
activities, articulation of the educational program, adjustment of teaching loads,
evaluation of results, and similar matters.
Section 1. The Registrar shall be nominated by the President and elected
by the Board of Control. He shall be responsible to the President for the per-
formance of his duties.
Section 2. The Registrar shall have charge of the following: registration
and permanent records of the students; correspondence with prospective stu-
dents; admission of students, in conjunction with the deans according to the
regulations of the Board of University Examiners; certification of advanced
standing of students entering from other institutions, subject to the approval
of the dean of the college concerned; scheduling of classes and examinations;
assignment of classes to rooms available for instruction; editing of the Di-
rectory; compilation of statistics; publication of the annual catalog; accepting
applications for degrees and preparation of diplomas and certificates; de-
termining averages and standings of students and groups of students; keeping
of attendance records of students; and notification of parents of students' grades,
as well as of voluntary or enforced withdrawal of students.
Section 3. The Registrar shall be, ex-officio, Chairman of the Board of
University Examiners, and Secretary of the Councils, of the University Senate,
and of the General Assembly.
OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENT PERSONNEL
Section 1. The Dean of Student Personnel shall be nominated by the
President and elected by the Board of Control, and shall be responsible to the
President for the performance of his duties. He shall recommend to the
President the appointment of the members of his staff.
Section 2. The duties of the Dean of Student Personnel shall be as follows:
To coordinate all personnel activities relating to men and women students,
including counseling and guidance services, social activities, vocational guidance,
mental hygiene, and student housing.
Section 3. The office of Student Personnel shall include the following units:
(1) The Office of the Dean of Men
(2) The Office of the Dean of Women
(3) The Office of the Director of Housing
(4) Florida Center of Clinical Services
(5) The Veterans Guidance Center
(6) Florida Union
(7) The Office of Student Personnel Records
THE DIVISION OF MUSIC
Section 1. The Division of Music shall be in charge of a director. The
Director shall be nominated by the President and shall be elected by the Board
of Control. He shall be directly responsible to the President for the performance
of his duties.
Section 2. The Director shall recommend to the President the members of
his staff; arrange their duties; supervise all musical instruction; purchase
through the Business Manager's Office all music supplies; and care for all music
THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
Section 1. The Director of University Libraries shall be nominated by the
President and elected by the Board of Control. In the administration of the
Libraries he shall be responsible to the President.
Section 2. The Director of University Libraries shall have custody of all
library equipment, books, magazines, pamphlets, etc., belonging to the Uni-
versity. It shall be his duty to make all books as easy of access as possible to
all patrons of the Library. He shall consult with departments concerning the
purchase and management of books of a technical nature, and shall select
reference and miscellaneous books not clearly within the field of any estab-
lished department. He shall be responsible to the President for the preparation
of biennial and such other reports as the President may request. He shall
recommend to the President the appointment of the members of his staff. He
shall carry out the rules and policies formulated by the Committee on Uni-
versity Libraries and, in case of disagreement as to their interpretation and
administration shall refer the matter to the University Senate.
Section 3. The professional assistants on the staff of the University Li-
braries shall have the academic rank of instructor; the heads of departments,
and the librarians of school and divisional libraries shall have the rank of as-
sistant professor; the Assistant Director of University Libraries and the li-
brarians of college libraries shall have the rank of associate professor; the
Director of University Libraries shall have the academic rank of professor and
teaching title of Professor of Bibliography.
Section 4. The Committee on University Libraries shall formulate rules for
the government of the Library; have jurisdiction to hear complaints respecting
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it; outline Library policies; advise with the Director of University Libraries
on the biennial budget; and allot the Library book funds to the various colleges
and departments of the University, subject to the approval of the University
Section 5. The Library of the College of Law and the Library of the
Agricultural Experiment Station shall not be included under the foregoing
provisions. Rules for the government of the Library of the College of Law
shall be formulated and administered by the Dean of the College of Law; of
the Library of the Agricultural Experiment Station, by the Director of the
Agricultural Experiment Station, subject in each case to the approval of the
THE DIVISION OF MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS
The Division of Military Science and Tactics shall be in charge of the
Professor of Military Science and Tactics and Commandant of Cadets. He is
appointed by the War Department, subject to the approval of the Board of
Control. He shall be responsible for carrying out the work of the Division of
Military Science and Tactics in accordance with the requirements of the War
Department and the regulations set by the University Senate. In his work as
Head of the Division of Military Science and Tactics he shall be responsible
directly to the President.
THE GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION
Section 1. The General Extension Division shall be empowered to extend the
outside work of the educational institutions under the Board of Control into all
fields of human endeavor by the following means: by making accessible and
attractive branches of knowledge that are useful in stimulating thought and
creating a higher grade of citizenry; by gathering information useful to the
people of Florida; by carrying it to them in ways that will help them most in
the shortest time; by stimulating thought and encouraging movements among
the people for their benefit.
Section 2. The General Extension Division shall function: (a) as an extra-
mural college, representing the State Institutions of higher education; employ
teachers, give instruction for credit, and carry on investigation and research;
and (b) organize and perform extra-mural service, except in agriculture, home
economics, and engineering.
Section 3. The General Extension Division shall be in charge of a dean,
who shall be nominated by the President of the University and elected by the
Board of Control. He shall be directly responsible to the President of the
University for the performance of his duties and shall cooperate with the
President of the Florida State University.
Section 4. The Dean, subject to the approval of the President of the Uni-
versity, shall formulate all extension policies; make recommendations to the
President for the appointment and faculty rank of staff members and arrange
their duties; prepare and submit budgets to the President; and make annual
and biennial reports through the President to the Board of Control.
Section 5. The work of the General Extension Division shall be divided into
the following departments: Extension Teaching; Auditory Instruction; Citizen-
ship Training; General Information and Service; Visual Instruction and Exten-
sion Investigation and Research. Each department shall be made up of bureaus.
All extension staff titles shall be determined by the Dean with the approval of
Section 6. All instruction given outside of the resident class work of the
University and the Florida State University shall be handled through the
General Extension Division.
Section 7. All members of the staff of the General Extension Division
shall be responsible to the Dean and governed by the rules and regulations below:
(a) All extra-mural instruction given for credit shall be carried on by
correspondence study or in extension classes.
(b) All teachers giving work for college credit for the General Extension
Division, and all college courses given for credit by extension by regular faculty
members, and the amount of time that they devote to extension college-credit
work must be approved by the head of the department and the dean of the
college in which the department is found at the University or the Florida State
(c) Temporary or substitute extension teachers of the college subjects for
credit shall be appointed by the Dean with the approval of the head of the
(d) All full-time members of the faculty of the General Extension Division
shall also be members of the general faculties of the University of Florida or
the Florida State University, in accordance with the general regulations
governing faculty membership. All temporary instructors and professors em-
ployed for correspondence study or extension classes shall be faculty members
of the extension staff only.
Section 8. All credit earned through the General Extension Division of
the University or accepted by it as transfer credit from extension divisions of
other state universities must be accepted at par by all of the State institutions
of higher learning. The content of extension college-credit courses must be
approved by the head of the department concerned at the University or the
Florida State University. These credits shall not exceed twenty-five per cent
of the amount required for a degree, and when applied toward fulfilling the
requirements for a degree in any college shall be subject to the rules and regula-
tions of that college.
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THE PROVOST FOR AGRICULTURE
Section 1. The Provost for Agriculture shall be nominated by the President
and elected by the Board of Control. He shall be directly responsible to the
Section 2. The Provost for Agriculture shall be the administrative head of
all Agricultural units of the University.
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AND THE AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
Section 1. The Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station and the
Director of the Agricultural Extension Service shall be nominated by the Provost
for Agriculture with the approval of the President and elected by the Board
of Control. The Directors shall be responsible to the Provost for Agriculture
and the President for the administration of the work in their respective divisions.
Section 2. DUTIES OF THE DIRECTORS-The Directors, subject to the
approval of the Provost for Agriculture and the President of the University,
shall formulate all policies of their respective divisions; make recommendations
for appointment and rank of staff members and arrange their duties; prepare
and submit budgets; and prepare and publish such reports and bulletins as the
nature of the work of their respective divisions may require.
Section 3. RELATIONSHIP OF STAFF MEMBERS TO THE DIRECTORS-
(a) Experiment Station: The relationship of staff members to the Director
and the organization of the Experiment Station's departments shall be similar
to those of the Teaching Division of the College of Agriculture, in so far as
these are applicable to research work.
(b) Agricultural Extension Service: Specialists, Club leaders, District
Agents and other workers shall be responsible to the Director for the activities
and work under their supervision or conducted by them individually.
Section 4. ACADEMIC RANK OF STAFF MEMBERS-The Academic Staff
of the University of Florida shall include staff members of the Agricultural Ex-
periment Station and Agricultural Extension Service of the College of Agri-
culture on the following basis for each rank indicated therein:
Titles Held by the Staffs of the
Agricultural Experiment Station and the
Agricultural Extension Service Academic Rank
Assistant Directors ---
Vice-Directors -- -----Head of
State Agent of Extension Work - - Department
Head of Research Department--- ---
Extension Specialist ... ---. --
State Club Leader ..---------------------- --
District Agent --------------- --- --Professor
Research Worker P r---------------.---.....-...--....
Librarian of Experiment Station --
Associate Research Worker --- ---- ssoiater
Assistant Agricultural Editor --...------..--------- ...---
Assistant Research Worker -. -.----....-----.. ..---- Assistant
County Agent in Extension work ---.-...-.. ....-........ Professor
Assistant in Research ---. ----- .----.------... Instructor
DIVISION OF PUBLIC RELATIONS
Section 1. The Division of Public Relations shall be in charge of a director
nominated by the President and appointed by the Board of Control. His duties
shall be those usually carried on in the practice of public relations and shall con-
form to high standards. There shall be no infringement in any way on the part of
the Director upon policies, codes and rules already established and recognized by
any college, division, or other unit of the University.
Section 2. The Division of Public Relations shall be divided into two units:
(a) Alumni Affairs Unit, headed by a fulltime alumnus, who shall serve as
secretary of the Alumni Association. He shall handle alumni records, partici-
pate in the organization and maintenance of alumni groups in the several
counties, collect items of news concerning alumni and publish a University
News-Letter on periodic basis.
(b) Publicity Unit. This unit shall adequately produce timely news-stories,
human interest articles, editorials, and leaflets interpreting all the parts of the
University and less understood phases of institutional activities.
Section 3. The Director shall conduct his work with the aid and counsel of
a committee on public relations, appointed by the President, consisting of not
less than seven nor more than nine, two of whom shall be representatives of the
THE ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENT STATION
Section 1. The Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station shall be a
division of the College of Engineering. Its function shall be to organize and
promote the prosecution of research projects of engineering and related sciences,
with special reference to such of these problems as are important to the in-
dustries of Florida. The Station may employ full-time or part-time research
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workers, or may utilize part-time services from members of the teaching staff.
The executive head of the Station shall be a director, who may be at the same
time a member of the teaching staff of the College of Engineering or the Dean
of that college. If other than the Dean, he shall be elected by the Board of
Control upon nomination by the Dean and the approval of the President; and
his relations to the Dean shall be the same as those of the head of a depart-
ment in the College of Engineering.
Section 2. The Academic Rank of Staff Members: The academic staff of
the University of Florida shall include staff members of the Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station on the following basis for each rank indicated
Titles held by the Staff of the Academic Rank
Engineering and Industrial
Director ....-- ..-...... -.. .......------------- Head of Department
Research Engineer -.-. -----.-. -------.. --- Professor
Associate Research Engineer --------- Associate Professor
Assistant Research Engineer --. ------- ---- Assistant Professor
Assistant in Research ----------- Instructor
THE BUSINESS MANAGER
Section 1. The Business Manager shall be nominated by the President and
elected by the Board of Control. As financial officer of the University he shall
be directly responsible to the President for the performance of his duties. He
shall prepare monthly reports, reflecting the financial status of the different
funds of the University for submission, through the President, to the Board of
Section 2. The Business Manager shall be responsible for all business ac-
tivities and financial operations of the University. Under the direction of the
President the Business Manager shall have responsibility for the development of
proposed University budgets, for analysis and review of proposed amendments
to previously approved budgets and for adherence to approved operating budgets.
It shall be his duty to collect all monies receivable and to account properly there-
for; to disburse funds on regularly approved vouchers; to make all purchases
through requisitions; to maintain a system of accounts that accurately reflects the
purpose for which all funds have been expended and to prepare periodic reports
therefrom; to conduct a continuous internal audit of all financial affairs of the
University; and to serve as advisor to the President on the fiscal policy and
needs of the University.
Section 3. The functions of the Business Manager's Office are divided into
seven general categories:
(1) Finance and Accounting
(3) Budget Development
(5) Property Management
(6) Campus Services
(7) Non-Academic Personnel
Section 4. FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING-The maintenance of accounting
records reflecting the receipt and disbursement of all University funds, including
appropriated funds, and income derived from student fees, sales, rents and
auxiliary enterprises of the University. Accounting for and reporting to the
President for submission to the Board of Control, and the State Auditor all
monies due and payable to the University as well as obligations incurred and
expenditures made; to make monthly remittances to the Board of Control of
incidental funds for credit; disbursing funds for local purchases.
Section 5. PURCHASING-The Business Manager shall handle all purchases
for the University through properly approved requisitions.
Section 6. BUDGET DEVELOPMENT-Under direction of the President
the Business Manager shall coordinate budget preparation activities of all
subdivisions of the University, furnish advice concerning budget requests and
budgeting procedures, analyze budget requests and prepare recommendations
for any necessary revisions, review budget requests to insure conformity with ex-
isting policies and to provide for overall and internal consistency to the end that
the budget will have maximum value in reflecting overall, as well as detailed,
planning under sound financial control; prepare final draft of the budget includ-
ing justification statements for approval and adoption.
Section 7. AUDITING-The Business Manager through the auditor shall
conduct a continuous audit of all receipts and disbursements of the University.
The audit shall insure the proper accounting for all receipts and disbursements
in accordance with sound business practices and shall include financial activities
of the University proper, its auxiliary enterprises and its semi-official activities
as student organizations.
Section 8. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT-The Business Manager shall have
supervision of all grounds and buildings and other property of the University.
He shall serve as the official custodian of all Military Property on loan to the
University and shall see that it is satisfactorily handled and properly accounted
for. The property management function assigned to the Business Manager
includes the maintenance of all buildings and grounds, renovation and repair of
existing structures, initiation and supervision of new construction by contract
or by use of labor employed by the Business Manager; the maintenance of
adequate inventory control records reflecting the status, condition and financial
value of all real property, furniture, fixtures, equipment and expendable materials
and supplies owned by or in the custody of the University. The Business
Manager may delegate responsibility for custody and accountability for property
to the units of organization using such property and the heads of the units so
designated shall be responsible to the Business Manager for the proper dis-
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Section 9. CAMPUS SERVICES-The Business Manager shall have re-
sponsibility for the operation of the service activities detailed below.
(a) The University Cafeteria
(b) The P. K. Yonge Laboratory School Cafeteria
(c) The Campus Shop and Bookstore
(d) The Duplicating Department
(e) The Photographic Laboratory
(f) Such other comparable operations as may be established
Section 10. The Business Manager shall be responsible in conjunction with
the requesting department for recruitment, training and placement of non-
academic personnel and for the development and maintenance of a program of
personnel administration on a merit basis in accordance with recognized per-
sonnel principles and practices.
THE FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM
Section 1. The Florida State Museum shall be a department of the Uni-
versity of Florida and shall be under the control of a director. The Director
shall be nominated by the President of the University and elected by the Board
Section 2. It shall be the duty of the Director to conduct surveys of Florida;
to collect mineral, vegetable, and animal specimens and data of a scientific and
economic nature; to collect specimens pertaining to the early history and to the
prehistoric and aboriginal tribes of the State; to make an annual report of the
expenditures and general work of the Museum through the President to the
Board of Control; and to publish and distribute bulletins and monographs re-
cording data and describing the work of the Museum.
THE RADIO BROADCASTING STATION
Section 1. The Radio Broadcasting Station was established by Chapter
12217, Laws of Florida, 1927, making an appropriation to "be expended by and
under the direction of the Board of Control" for the purpose of "designing, con-
structing, operating, and maintaining a radio broadcasting station to be
located at the University of Florida and operated under the supervision of the
Engineering College of the University of Florida."
Section 2. The administration of the Station shall be placed in the hands of
the President of the University.
Section 3. The Radio Station shall be operated as a State and University
Station. The rules for its use shall be fixed by the Board of Control.
THE INSTITUTE OF INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS
Section 1. The Institute of Inter-American Affairs shall be a Division of
the University of Florida. The purposes of this Institute shall be as follows:
to foster intelligent understanding and mutual appreciation among the peoples
of the Western Hemisphere; to promote in schools, colleges, and universities
the teaching of subjects dealing with the languages, peoples and countries of
the Western Hemisphere; to stimulate specific studies common to the Americas;
to encourage the exchange of students and professors between colleges and
universities of the Americas; to supervise the programs of exchange students in
the various colleges, schools, and divisions of the University of Florida; to
disseminate throughout the Western Hemisphere by all available media informa-
tion concerning the educational, cultural, and commercial aspects and develop-
ments of the peoples and countries of the two Americas; to hold conferences and
institutes on inter-American affairs; and to advance inter-American interests in
all fields of human endeavor.
Section 2. The Institute shall direct the inter-American educational program
of the University of Florida through existing agencies and shall have general
supervision over all inter-American activities. The policies of the Institute
shall be determined by a faculty committee on inter-American affairs consisting
of not more than twelve members appointed by the President of the University.
The President shall designate one of the members of the committee as chairman.
Section 3. The Institute shall be administered by a director and such other
officials as shall from time to time be found necessary. The Director shall be
nominated by the President and appointed by the Board of Control. He shall
be responsible to the President and the Faculty Committee on Inter-American
Affairs for the performance of his duties.
Section 4. The President shall appoint an international advisory council
upon the nomination of the Faculty Committee on Inter-American Affairs. This
Council shall be composed of both North and South Americans who, by their
interest, their position, and their qualifications, are competent to assist the
Committee in its formulation of policies.
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PRESS
Section 1. The University of Florida Press shall be a division of the Uni-
versity and shall be administered by a director and a board of managers. The
Director shall be nominated by the President and elected by the Board of
Control. He shall be responsible to the President for the performance of his
Section 2. The duties of the Director shall be as follows: To ascertain,
as Editor-in-Chief of the Press, that publications bearing the Press imprint con-
form to high standards; to plan and supervise the printing, sales, distribution,
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and cost accounting of Press publications; to recommend to the President the
appointment and faculty rank of editorial staff members and to arrange their
duties; to prepare and submit budgets to the President; and to make such re-
ports as are requested by the President.
Section 3. The Board of Managers shall include the Director of the Uni-
versity Press and nine other members appointed by the President. The members
of the Board shall be qualified by their positions, interests, and scholarly
achievements for the performance of the following duties: To formulate Press
policies, within the limits set by the President and the Board of Control; to
advise with the Director on the biennial budget; to encourage, seek, and evalu-
ate such original and scholarly manuscripts as will reflect credit on the University
as a center of research and an academically productive institution; to have re-
sponsibility for accepting or rejecting any manuscript that is proffered or
solicited for publication by the Press; to recommend the amount of author royal-
ties; and to determine the prices of Press publications.
Section 4. The University of Florida Press shall be distinct from, and have
no responsibility for, the publications of other publishing agencies of the
University. It may, however, upon the request of these agencies and others, and
with the approval of the Board of Managers, edit and publish such materials
as are approved by the Board of Managers.
This constitution may be amended as follows: (1) by a majority vote of the
Board of Control and the furnishing to the Secretary of the Senate a copy of
such amendment; (2) by two-thirds vote at any regular meeting of the Uni-
versity Senate, when such action is approved by the Board of Control, provided,
however, writer notice of the proposed amendment be submitted to the members
of the University Senate thirty days before its consideration.
REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL
REGULATIONS ON TRAVEL
TYPES OF TRAVEL
Section I. Authorization may be given for travel expense of Deans, Direc-
tors and other staff members for the following general purposes:
(a) To attend meetings of Associations or Societies in which the University
holds membership, or to meetings at which it is deemed necessary to have official
(b) To attend meetings of Associations or Societies of workers similarly
employed. As a rule only one staff member from a department may be allowed
to attend any one meeting at University expense.
(c) To conduct classes or research projects directly connected with instruc-
tion or research in the field in which the staff member is employed.
(d) To conduct official business on behalf of the University as may be
directed by the President.
Section II. All requests for authority to travel at University expense shall
be recommended by the Deans and Directors in whose Colleges or Divisions
the travel originates and shall be submitted to the President for his approval.
TYPES OF EXPENSE
Section I. The following types of expense while staff members are traveling
may be approved:
(a) Transportation by common carrier including pullman.
(b) Transportation by automobile.*
(c) Per diem compensation for lodging and meals.
Section II. If a staff member is traveling by common carrier transportation
requests must be secured from the Office of the Business Manager before the
trip is made. These requests will be issued after any trip has been approved by
Section III. The per diem compensation for authorized travel shall be the
amount set from time to time by the Board of Control.
POLICIES AND REGULATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
CONCERNING PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS
Among the duties that shall be assigned to the Research Council is the
administration of the policies and the regulations of the University concerning
patent and copyrights resulting from research, which are as follows:
Section 1. Investigations financed wholly by the University, that is spon-
sored by the University and carried out by public funds and by persons paid by
the University. All workers on such projects shall be under contract with the
Board of Control whereby, at the option of the Research Council, they may be
*If an automobile has been regularly approved as the mode of transportation, compensation
at the rate of seven and one-half cents per mile may be received by the operator of the automobile.
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required to patent their respective inventions and/or discoveries and assign the
same to the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions of the State of
Florida, in which event the University shall pay the cost of obtaining such
If there should be a disposal of a patent, or discovery or invention, or a part
of its value, on such terms as to yield a return in excess of the cost of such
patent, the Research. Council shall recommend to the President for submission
to the Board of Control the payment of a just compensation to the discoverer
or inventor from the net proceeds, which in no case shall be less than 25 per
cent. If the material involved in the patent comes from research done on
dissertations or connection with dissertation problems, the amount allotted to
the discoverers shall be divided as follows: 66 2/3 per cent to the faculty member
who has directed the research and 331/3 percent to the graduate student who
helped with the work. If the University fails to agree, within 120 days after
the discovery or invention is announced to the Research Council, to pay the cost
of obtaining a patent, all rights and titles to the patent shall remain in the name
of the inventor. In case the Board of Control fails to agree within 120 days
after the discovery or invention is announced to the Research Council, to pay
the cost of obtaining a patent on the invention, then all rights to the invention
shall be the property of the inventor, and the Board of Control shall not assess
any costs incurred by it against the inventor. All University profits derived
from patents shall go to a "Research Fund" which shall be used for further
promotion of research.
Section 2. Investigations financed partly by the University in material re-
quirements or personnel service, the remainder being contributed by an or-
ganization of industrial or other character, or by an individual not connected
with the University. Projects of this type shall be undertaken only in accordance
with the execution of a written agreement made prior to the actual initiation of
such project. Each contract shall stipulate patent and publication rights.
Section 3. Investigations financed wholly by an organization of industrial
or other character, or by an individual not employed by the University. In this
case the research shall be prosecuted under a contract stating the rights and
ownership of patents which may result from such research.
Section 4. Investigations performed by an employee of the University at
his own expense and on his own time. This type of investigation logically divides
into two parts, type A and type B.
Type A.-When a discovery or invention is made outside of the field in
which the discoverer or inventor is employed by the University the results of
such research are obviously the private property of the investigator.
Type B.-When the discovery or invention is made in the field in which
the investigator is employed by the University the investigator shall present to
the Research Council an outline of the project and the conditions under which it
was done. The Council shall then recommend a suitable policy for handling the
material with respect to patent rights.
This subject is divided into two parts, type A and type B:
Type A.-The Teaching Faculty: It has long been the privilege of the teach-
ing faculty of the University to write articles, pamphlets, and books or to
present papers before learned Societies, to enter into contract for the publication
of their works, to procure copyrights for their products, and to receive royalties
resulting from their sales where the ideas came from the individual, where the
products were the result of independent labors, and where the University was
not responsible for the opinion expressed. The precedent is so clearly established
that it would be a violation of academic rights to propose a variation of this
policy. Articles, pamphlets, and books written by one doing part-time teaching
and part-time research, which have no connection with his research, are included
herein. Authorship, however, should not interfere with teaching or other duties,
and should be of an elevating and helpful nature.
Type B.-The Non-Teaching Faculty, including research workers, employees
on special status, etc.: It shall be the policy of the University for an employee
not falling under type A and who is engaged in regular line of duty in projects
assigned him by the University, to present as to writings in connection therewith
his claims approved by the administrative head of his college or division, for the
use of copyright privileges to the Research Council. The Council shall then make
a recommendation as to the use of the copyright privileges to the Board of Con-
trol and the decision of that Board shall be final.
These policies and regulations were unanimously recommended by the Uni-
versity Committee on Patents and Copyrights and the Research Council. They
were submitted by the Board of Control to the Attorney General and approved
by him on May 8, 1942, and finally adopted by the Board of Control on June 5,
1942. They were revised and approved by the Research Council, July 20, 1944, by
the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions on August 8, 1944, and by the
Board of Control on August 14, 1944.
OUTSIDE EMPLOYMENT OF FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES
Section I. It is the general policy of the University of Florida to encourage
its faculty and staff members to engage in research; to offer professional advice
concerning the development of any natural resources of the State, or any new
product, or any scientific apparatus or process; to prepare and publish the results
of their research in articles and reports; to make addresses of interest to the
public; to write articles and books; to do a reasonable amount of extension or
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correspondence teaching, subject to specific regulations thereon; to serve as
officers or to be members of important committees of scientific societies and organ-
izations; and to advance their institution in every legitimate way.
Section 2. Outside employment by members of the faculty and staff shall be
subject to the following principles:
(a) That such employment would not interfere with other qualitative or
quantitative contributions to the University on the part of the staff
member in question;
(b) That the outside work be specifically related to the professional re-
sponsibilities of the staff member;
(c) That it be clearly demonstrated that the proposed outside work would
make a definite practical contribution or add to the prestige of the
State of Florida;
(d) That careful attention be given as to whether or not the proposed
outside work is in the best general interest of the University;
(e) That in event the outside work involves the giving of expert testi-
mony in litigated cases that such testimony be given only when re-
quested by a governmental agency but at no time on behalf of
Section 3. Ordinary private business of members of the faculty and staff,
such as the investment of money or the employment of labor in legitimate under-
takings, casting no odium on nor causing loss of time from University duties, is
not considered within the purview of official regulation.
METHOD OF PROCEDURE
Section 1. All members of the faculty and staff who desire to engage in work
outside their regular duties, shall, with the approval of the head of the depart-
ment, dean, or other administrative officer concerned, make application to the
President of the University, who shall have the power to authorize or disapprove
such application pending final action by the Board of Control. Applications should
indicate the nature of the work, its duration, the remuneration if any, and an
evaluation of its significance to the University and the State.
Section 2. This procedure shall be followed regardless of whether or not
such outside employment is for compensation, or the work is being undertaken by
faculty members or employees who are working part-time or during vacations,
unless connection with the University has been finally severed.
Section 3. Deans and Directors shall submit annual reports to the President
summarizing the outside work of staff members, giving brief descriptions of the
nature of the work, the total remuneration if any, and an evaluation of its
significance for the University and the State.
COMMITTEES AND BOARDS
The following general principles are enunciated relative to appointments of
committees and boards. They will apply to all committees and boards, except to
those specifically provided for differently by the Constitution of the University or
by action of the University Senate.
1. In order to insure continuity of thought and action, members shall be
appointed by the President for a term of four years, except that the first time a
committee is appointed under this policy, there will be as nearly as possible an
equal distribution of the members with terms of one, two, three, and four years.
2. Unless otherwise stated, the President shall annually designate the Chair-
man from the personnel of the committee.
3. In May of each year, the committee shall advise the President of the names
of those members whose terms expire and shall make at least two nominations for
each vacancy, together with such pertinent information regarding the committee's
organization and policies as will enable the President to fill the vacancies in the
most equitable manner. Whenever a vacancy occurs other than by expiration
of term, nominations for a successor shall be made by the committee immediately
to the President.
4. When in the study of matters before a committee, it is felt advisable to
bring in special assistance from personnel outside the committee, a sub-
committee including such personnel, may be named by the committee. This
subcommittee shall be temporary in tenure. Such a committee shall be re-
sponsible to, and make its report to the constitutional or Senate committee
nominating it and shall not be listed as a standing University committee.
5. Any matter presented to a committee for consideration before it has been
submitted to the University Senate shall be presented to the University Senate
in its original form in the next published Senate agenda, together with a state-
ment giving (1) the name of the committee to which it was referred, (2) the
date on which it was referred to the committee.
6. Adequate committees are set up herein to handle most of the problems
that will confront the University, and it shall be the Administration's policy to
avoid the appointment of special or emergency committees. Matters may come
up from time to time, which do not necessarily fall within the jurisdiction of
these committees. Under such circumstances, special or emergency committees
may be appointed.
ORGANIZATION OF COMMITTEES
I. Constitutional and Administrative Committees and Boards
Athletics, Committee on Intercollegiate
Discipline, Committee on
Florida Center of Clinical Services
Florida Union, Board of Managers of
Inter-American Affairs, Committee on
Libraries, Committee on University
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Radio Broadcasting Training, Committee on
University College, Administrative Board of
University Examiners, Board of
University of Florida Press, Board of Managers of
II. University Senate Committees and Boards
Constitution, Committee on
Curricular Adjustments and Class Offerings, Committee on
Honorary Degrees, Committee on
Maintenance of Buildings, Equipment, and Grounds, Committee on
Memorials and Necrology, Committee on
Petitions to Senate, Committee on
Planning and Policies, Committee on
Professional Relations and Standards, Committee on
Public Functions and Lectures, Committee on
Public Relations and Alumni Affairs, Committee on
Publications, Committee on
Religion, Committee on
Space Allocation and Buildings, Committee on
Statistics, Advisory Committee on
Student Aid and Scholarships, Committee on
Student Housing, Committee on
Student Organizations and Social Activities, Committee on
Student Orientation and Relations, Committee on
Student Personnel, Committee on
Summer Session, Committee on
CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEES AND BOARDS
ATHLETICS, COMMITTEE ON INTERCOLLEGIATE
See Article IV Sec. 3 of the Constitution.
DISCIPLINE, COMMITTEE ON
See Article IV Secs. 1 and 2 of the Constitution.
THE FLORIDA CENTER OF CLINICAL SERVICES
The Florida Center of Clinical Services is under the administration of the
Dean of Student Personnel. This Center includes the following agencies and
services: (1) The Speech and Hearing Clinic; (2) the Bureau of Vocational
Guidance and Mental Hygiene; (3) The Reading Clinic; (4) Consultative services
Health and Athletics; and (5) Consultative medical diagnosis and treatment
from the Adapted and Corrective Program of the College of Physical Education,
from the Student Health Department.
A Board of Directors is appointed by the President to establish policy, to
assist in planning, to recommend budgets and appointments, to assure a close
relationship between the clinical services and teaching functions of the Uni-
versity, to advise the administration of the University, and to otherwise promote
and guide the program of the Center.
The Dean of Student Personnel serves as Coordinator for the Center and as
Chairman of the Board of Directors.
FLORIDA UNION, BOARD OF MANAGERS OF
The duties and functions of the Board of Managers of the Florida Union
are set forth in the Charter of the Florida Union. The Board consists of five
students and -four faculty members. The student members shall hold office for
one year and shall consist of the President of the Student Body, the Chancellor
of the Honor Court, the President of the Blue Key Honor Fraternity, the Secre-
tary of Social Affairs and one member of the Executive Council of the Student
Body chosen from and by that body during the month of May. The faculty
members shall be appointed by the President of the University and shall include
the Director of the Florida Union and the Secretary of the Alumni Association.
The appointment of employees in the Florida Union shall be by nomination
of the Director and by confirmation by the Board of Managers of the Florida
Union. The Director shall supervise the entire program with the advice and
assistance of the Board of Managers.
It shall be the duty of the Board of Managers of the Florida Union to out-
line the policies of the Florida Union and to be responsible for all the activities
of the Florida Union, both for the regular and for the Summer Session. Spe-
cifically, it shall be the duty of the Board of Managers of the Florida Union to
submit a tentative annual budget, upon the basis of which they shall requisition
the Executive Council of the Student Body from time to time for funds to
conduct the work of the Florida Union. It shall report monthly to the Executive
Council of the Student Body as to the receipts and expenditures of all depart-
ments of the Florida Union.
See Article VIII of the Constitution.
INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS, COMMITTEE ON
See Article XXXI, Sec. 2, 3 & 4, of the Constitution.
LIBRARIES, COMMITTEE ON UNIVERSITY
See Article XXI, Sec. 4 of the Constitution.
RADIO BROADCASTING TRAINING, COMMITTEE ON
The State and University Radio Station should (1) provide information and
entertainment of general interest to the public; (2) provide programs of general
educational and cultural interest; (3) give an impartial and non-political in-
terpretation of the State and University aims and activities to the citizenry;
and (4) provide actual radio experience for students desiring to enter the pro-
fession of radio.
The Committee on Radio Broadcasting Training will act as an advisory
committee to the Director of the Radio Station in formulating a definite state-
ment of policy that expresses the main purposes of the Station; it shall assist
in interpreting that policy in the type and kind of program presented and it
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shall suggest academic programs that will provide desirable academic training
for students planning for a career in radio; and it shall maintain close correla-
tion between the academic training and the practical Radio Station experience.
The Research Council consists of seven members, each of whom is appointed
for a term of three years. A member may be reappointed on the Council to
The functions of the Research Council shall be to stimulate, encourage and
coordinate research at the University of Florida; to clarify and enunciate
general conceptions essential to such a purpose; to undertake investigations
relevant to the problems involved; and to devise ways and means of making its
plans effective and prudent in University policies.
It shall review and make recommendations concerning policies governing
patents and copyrights.
STUDENT HOUSING, COMMITTEE ON
The committee on Student Housing shall be an advisory committee to the
Director of Housing. Together with the Director of Housing, it shall be charged
with formulating, for recommendation to the proper authorities, all plans and
policies relative to the housing of students, both on and off the campus.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD OF
See Article IX, Secs. 3 and 4 of the Constitution.
UNIVERSITY EXAMINERS, BOARD OF
See Article X of the Constitution.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PRESS, BOARD OF MANAGERS OF
See Article XXXII, Sec. 3 of the Constitution.
UNIVERSITY SENATE COMMITTEES AND BOARDS
CONSTITUTION, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on the Constitution is charged with the study and review of
the provisions of the University Constitution and with making recommendations
in connection therewith to the University Senate. Proposed changes in the
Constitution which are introduced in the Senate may be referred to the Com-
mittee for consideration and recommendation back to the Senate. The Committee
acts as an agency to interpret the meaning of any provision in the Constitution.
It also edits and prepares for publication revised editions of the Constitution.
CURRICULAR ADJUSTMENT AND CLASS OFFERINGS, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on Curricular Adjustments and Class Offerings shall review,
prior to submission to the Senate for final action, all requests for changes in
curricula and for the addition of new courses of instruction in any of the
colleges, divisions and schools of the University. In the consideration of matters
brought before the committee, it shall act in accordance with the policies of
the University as determined by the proper agencies. Where the policies are
not defined sufficiently for the committee to act in accordance therewith, the
matter shall first be reviewed by the Committee on Planning and Policies. It
shall be the duty of the Committee on Curricular Adjustments and Class
Offerings to eliminate duplication of subject matter between courses; to de-
termine the demand for courses; and to make recommendations concerning the
most economical means of carrying out the instructional program of the
University. It shall review or make recommendations on all matters involving
instruction. It may make recommendations to the Senate or the President
concerning the feasibility of offering courses with small enrollments and shall
carry out the policies determined by the President or the Senate on these matters.
HONORARY DEGREES, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on Honorary Degrees shall formulate principles covering
the conferring of honorary degrees by the University and shall initiate or
entertain suggestions as to individuals to whom honorary degrees shall be
granted. This committee shall make their recommendations to the Senate for
transmission to the Board of Control.
MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT, AND GROUNDS,
The duties and functions of the Committee on Maintenance of Buildings,
Equipment, and Grounds shall be to recommend policies governing adequate
maintenance, improvements and safety measures for all campus buildings, equip-
ment, and grounds. It shall initiate or carry out investigations of particular
problems requested by the President or the University Senate and shall make
recommendations concerning them and assist in their implementation.
MEMORIALS AND NECROLOGY, COMMITTEE ON
The duties and functions of the Committee on Memorials and Necrology
shall be to determine policies as to action and to represent the University Senate
through it the faculty and staff of the University at the time of the death of
members of the University staff, state officers, alumni, students and patrons of
the University. It shall be responsible for floral offerings at funerals and for
written memorials in honor of the deceased. It shall act as a ways and means
committee for the erection on the campus of all memorials to individuals or to
PETITIONS TO THE SENATE, COMMITTEE ON STUDENT
The Committee on Student Petitions to the Senate shall consist of the Dean
or Director of the college or school in which the student is registered, who shall
act as Chairman; the Registrar, who shall act as Secretary; the Dean of Men;
the Dean of Women; and five members of the Senate who are teachers, two of
whom must be present for action on a petition. This Committee shall act for
the Senate on the petitions of students requesting waivers of University
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PLANNING AND POLICIES, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on Planning and Policies is an advisory committee to the
President and the Councils and a standing committee of the University Senate.
The committee is concerned with all problems relating to the future of the
University of Florida. It may initiate proposals bearing on problems met during
its studies. It shall also act as a committee on University organization and
PROFESSIONAL RELATIONS AND STANDARDS, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on Professional Relations and Standards shall have as its
duties the coordination of all matters involving faculty relations. It shall study
all matters involving University policy regarding professional relations, pro-
fessional ethics and any other matters touching the interests and welfare of the
faculty as a whole (except as reserved to other committees) such as retirement,
exchanges, etc. It shall make recommendations concerning them to the Senate.
PUBLIC FUNCTIONS AND LECTURES, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on Public Functions and Lectures shall be responsible for
arrangements for all public functions of a University-wide character. It shall
recommend policies concerning public functions and University lectures and shall
be responsible for carrying out the policies set forth by donors of endowed
lectures and for recommending to the President suitable persons as lecturers.
PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ALUMNI AFFAIRS, COMMITTEE ON
See Article XXVI, Sec. 3, of the Constitution.
PUBLICATIONS, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on University Publications shall be responsible for co-
ordinating the publishing programs of the various units of the University. It
shall be an advisory committee to the President of the University on matters
involving proposed and existing publications. It shall be composed of repre-
sentatives of the major publishing agencies within the University and such other
members of the University faculty as the President may designate. The Director
of Libraries shall be designated secretary of the committee. Two copies of
each book, journal, or pamphlet published by any unit of the University shall
be forwarded to the secretary of the committee for deposit in the University
The President shall select four members from this committee, one of whom
shall be designated as chairman, who, with the student members, shall constitute
the Board of Student Publications. The duties of this board are set forth in the
charter of the Board of Student Publications.
RELIGION, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on Religion is a permanent committee appointed by the
President of the University to assist, in an advisory capacity, the head of the
department of religion and his staff.
SPACE ALLOCATION AND BUILDINGS, COMMITTEE ON
The President of the University shall act as Chairman of the Committee on
Space Allocation and Buildings, and the committee shall assign space to the
various units of the University. It shall study the problems of space and in
these investigations shall set up, responsible to it, committees to make special
studies of particular projects.
STATISTICS, COMMITTEE ON
The duties and functions of the University Advisory Committee on Statistics
are as follows: To consider and approve the policy of the Director of the Bureau
of Economic and Business Research with respect to the Statistics Laboratory; to
advise the University Committee on Curricular Adjustments and Class Offerings
concerning duplication of courses in statistics; to suggest a unified program of
statistics courses throughout the University; and to advise the President's Office
of desirable means for promoting the development of statistical course work and
research in the University.
STUDENT AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on Student Aid investigates applications and awards all
undergraduate scholarships and loans in the University. It receives and approves
all applications for part-time employment on the campus and acts as a clearing
house for off-campus employment. The committee also acts as an agency for the
placement of students, who are being graduated or who are leaving the University.
Policies and regulations for student aid are recommended by the committee to
the University Senate.
STUDENT HOUSING, COMMITTEE ON
The Committee on Student Housing shall be an advisory committee to the
Director of Housing. Together with the Director of Housing, it shall be charged
with formulating, for recommendation to the proper authorities, policies rela-
tive to housing of students, both on and off the campus. The Committee on
Housing shall have jurisdiction to hear complaints concerning the operation of
University Housing facilities and appeals from policies or the enforcement of
policies formulated for the operation of University housing facilities.
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES, COMMITTEE ON
It is the duty of the Committee on Student Organizations and Social Ac-
tivities to pass upon the qualifications of fraternities, societies, and clubs seeking
recognition by the University, and to counsel and advise student groups par-
ticipating in social activities as to time, place and conduct of social functions.
STUDENT ORIENTATION AND RELATIONS, COMMITTEE ON
It shall be the function of the Committee on Student Orientation and Rela-
tions to recommend policies concerning the orientation of new students and to
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implement these recommendations with the assistance of the Office of Student
Personnel. All matters relating to change in student regulations shall be re-
viewed by this committee before they are submitted to the University Senate.
It shall be the responsibility of the Committee properly to publicize all Uni-
versity regulations governing students.
STUDENT PERSONNEL, COMMITTEE ON
There is need for an effective, well coordinated student personnel program
on the campus of the University. Such a program is good in and of itself but
in the final analysis it must be effectively related to academic life on the campus.
The Advisory Committee on Student Personnel is set up in order to encourage
and further this coordination. The committee shall discuss fundamental student
personnel policies and formulate a program to implement such policies. It shall
make an intensive study of student government and other techniques in personnel
administration and will serve as an advisory committee to the Office of Student
SUMMER SESSION, COMMITTEE ON
The Dean of the University as coordinator for Summer Session activities,
shall have to assist him a committee of five members of the Academic Council.
This committee shall have the responsibility of recommending to the President
the resolution of all problems involved in the coordination of Summer Session
activities. It shall be its further responsibility to see that the activities of the
Summer Session are carried on in accordance with policies approved by the
ABSENCE, LEAVE OF, 15
ACADEMIC COUNCIL, 8
ACADEMIC STAFF, 14
ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL, 8
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES AND SERVICES, 3
AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION, 22
Director, 22; Staff, 22
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE, 22
Director, 22; Staff, 22
AGRICULTURE, PROVOST FOR, 22
ALUMNI AFFAIRS UNIT, Division of Public Relations, 23
ATHLETICS, COMMITTEE ON, 7
BOARD OF CONTROL, 3
BOARD OF UNIVERSITY EXAMINERS, 10
Constitutional and Administrative, 33; University Senate, 34
BUSINESS MANAGER, 24
CLINICAL SERVICES, FLORIDA CENTER OF, COMMITTEE ON, 34
COLLEGE FACULTIES, 12
COLLEGES, OGRANIZATION OF, 11
Athletics, 6; Constitutional and Administrative, 33; Discipline, 6; Inter-
American Affairs, 27; Public Relations and Alumni Affairs, 23; University
Libraries, 19; University Senate, 9, 34
CONSTITUTION, COMMITTEE ON, 36
COPYRIGHTS, POLICIES AND REGULATIONS, 29
Academic, 8; Administrative, 8; Graduate, 9
CURRICULAR ADJUSTMENTS AND CLASS OFFERINGS, COMMITTEE
DEAN OF MEN, 18
DEAN OF STUDENT PERSONNEL, 18
DE AN OF THE UNIVERSITY, 17
DEAN OF WOMEN, 18
DEANS, DUTIES OF, 11
DEPARTMENT HEAD, DUTIES OF, 13
DEPARTMENTS, INSTRUCTIONAL, 13
DIRECTOR OF HOUSING, 18
DIRECTORS OF SCHOOL, 11
DISCIPLINE, COMMITTEE ON, 6
DIVISION, TEACHING, 11, 13
EMPLOYMENT, OUTSIDE, FACULTY AND STAFF, 31
ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENT STATION, 23
EXPERIMENT STATION, AGRICULTURAL, 22; ENGINEERING AND IN-
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EXTENSION DIVISION, GENERAL, 20
EXTENSION SERVICE, AGRICULTURAL, 22
FACULTIES, COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS, 12
Duties, 15; Leave of Absence, 14; Method of Appointment, 14; Rank, 14;
Resignations and Dismissals, 15
FLORIDA UNION, BOARD OF MANAGERS OF, 35
GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 13
GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION, 20
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY, 3
GRADUATE COUNCIL, 9
GRADUATE SCHOOL, 9
HONORARY DEGREES, COMMITTEE ON, 37
INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS, 3
INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS, INSTITUTE OF, 27; COMMITTEE ON, 27
LEAVE OF ABSENCE, 15
LIBRARIES, COMMITTEE ON UNIVERSITY, 19
LIBRARIES, UNIVERSITY, 19
MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT, AND GROUNDS, COM-
MITTEE ON, 37
MEMORIALS AND NECROLOGY, COMMITTEE ON, 37
MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS, DIVISION OF, 20
MUSEUM, FLORIDA STATE, 26
MUSIC, DIVISION OF, 19
ORGANIZATION OF THE UNIVERSITY, 3
PATENTS, POLICIES AND REGULATIONS, 29
PETITIONS, COMMITTEE ON STUDENT, 37
PLANNING AND POLICIES, COMMITTEE ON, 38
PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY, 6
PRESS, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, 27
PROFESSIONAL RELATIONS AND STANDARDS, COMMITTEE ON, 38
PUBLIC FUNCTIONS AND LECTURERS, COMMITTEE ON, 38
PUBLIC RELATIONS AND ALUMNI AFFAIRS, COMMITTEE ON, 38
PUBLIC RELATIONS, DIVISION OF, 23
PUBLICATIONS, COMMITTEE ON, 38
PUBLICITY UNIT, DIVISIOb1 OF PUBLIC RELATIONS, 23
RADIO BROADCASTING TRAINING, COMMITTEE ON, 35
RADIO STATION, 26
Academic Staff, 14; Agricultural Experiment Station Staff, 22; Agricultural
Extension Service Staff, 22; Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
Staff, 24; Library Staff, 19
RELIGION, COMMITTEE ON, 38
RESEARCH AND EXTENSION SERVICES, 5
RESEARCH COUNCIL, 36
SENATE, UNIVERSITY, 8
SPACE ALLOCATION AND BUILDINGS, COMMITTEE ON, 39
STAFF, ACADEMIC, 14
STATISTICS, COMMITTEE ON, 39
STUDENT AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS, COMMITTEE ON, 39
STUDENT HOUSING, COMMITTEE ON, 36, 39
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES, COMMITTEE
STUDENT ORIENTATION AND RELATIONS, COMMITTEE ON, 39
STUDENT PERSONNEL, COMMITTEE ON, 40
STUDENT PERSONNEL, DEAN OF, 18
SUMMER SESSION, COMMITTEE ON, 40
TRAVEL REGULATIONS, 28
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, 10
Administrative Board of, 10
UNIVERSITY EXAMINERS, 10
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PRESS, 27
Board of Managers of, 28
UNIVERSITY SENATE, 8
Committees, 9, 36; Functions, 9; Membership, 8; Officers, 8; Proxies, 9;