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The


University Record


University of Florida


The


Record


Comprises:


The Graduate Catalog, the Undergraduate Catalog


the


Student Handbook, and various


bulletins on


regulations,


policies and


information


These documents will be sent gratuitously to all persons


who apply for them.


The applicant should specifically state


which


document


or what information


is desired.


Volume LXIX


Series


Number 8


August


1974





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A CHARGE FOR EXCELLENCE


The


role


and


importance


higher


education


recognized as a necessary element of the orderly growth of
the state and the nation. Members of the University
Community have traditionally recognized their individual


responsibilities


the


development


mature


and


sophisticated society.
Recognizing that the University of Florida is a center of


academic,


mental,


and


cultural


development


great


importance to the state and nation,


it is


imperative that


each


member


of the


University


Community


understand


his/her role in the fulfillment of the responsibilities of the


University to the society


of which


it is


a part.


Although the primary goal of any University Community


foster


atmosphere


academic


excellence,


the


Student Body of the University of Florida expects from all


members


the


University


Community


standard


excellence in areas other than, but correlative to, academic


development


The University of Florida cannot adequately


discharge the mandate of the society which it serves unless


high


standards


excellence


academic


and


personal


development,


civic


responsibility,


and


interpersonal


relationships are adhered to


each


of its citizens.


To this end the Student Body of the University of Florida


charges
display


each


the


requisite


member


high


the


level


the


University


maturity


maintenance


and


Community


good


orderly


judgment
academic


community; recognize the civic responsibilities incumbent
upon them in a society which looks to its universities for
leadership; recognize the individuality of every member of


society;


and,


interpersonal


relationships,


conduct


themselves in a


manner


commensurate


with


and






Contents


Table of

A Charge


INTRODUCTION ..........,
A ACADEMIC INFORMATION.
Colleges and Schools......
Special Instructional Units.


Office of the Registrar..
Admissions.... .....
Academic Advisement..
Registration Procedures


Student Academic Regulations


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Grades ..


Probation, Suspension, and Exclusion
University College. .. .. . . . . .
Academic Services Directory.......


SER VICES TO STUDENTS..... ...
The Division of Student Affairs....
Vice President for Student Affairs.
Office for Student Services.......


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Career Planning and Placement Center.................
Student Housing Office . . . . . .. .. ... . .. .....


Office for Student Financial Affairs....


J. Wayne Reitz Union.........
Counseling and Developmental Sel
University Counseling Center...
Student Mental Health Service..
Reading and Study Skills Center.


Speech and Hearing Clinic
Student Health Service ..


Other Student Support Services.


Public Functions Office..
Libraries . .. ... ....
University Food Service.
Mail Service ..........


Campus Shop and Bookstore.
Student Accounts.
University Police Department


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Alumni Affairs......


Excellence


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Leadership Societies.....


Honorary Scholastics. . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . . .
Honorary and Professional Groups........................


Other Interest Groups...
Intercollegiate Athletics...
Intramural Sports.........


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UNIVERSITY POLICIES AND
ADMINISTRA TIVE REGULAR TIONS.
Confidentiality of Records.......


Academic Regulation


Housing Policies


Policies


. . . . . . . . . . . . . 93


. . . . . . . . 96


S . . . . .


and Regulations.


Pertaining to Student Organizations


Drug Policy.... ..


Possession and Use of Firearms
Non-Credit Discussion Groups.
Administrative Regulations...


Identifications


. .. . .. . .. . . . .S. .. . 105
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 106


Cards . .


Financial Obligations and Deadlines...
Student Health Service Requirement ...


Selling of Merchandise


Public


Functions


Policy for Scheduling


of Facilities..... ...


Use of Facilities by Promoters. ..... .


Freedom of Assembly: Demonstration Policy..............
Distribution and Display of Printed Materials... . . .....


Traffic and Parking Regulations ............
STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES...
Student Rights and Responsibilities.....


. . . 128


Honor System.......
Student Conduct Code


Judicial Structure and Appeals


Honor Court.. . . . . .
Residence Conduct Boards..
Fraternities and Sororities.


Procedure


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Committee on Student Conduct..
Office for Student Judicial Affairs
President of the University. ..


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The


University


Florida


the


largest


and


oldest


university in the state, and is a combined state university


and land-grant institution.
prior to Florida's admissi


0


While
in to


its
the


beginnings


Union


1


go
.845,


back
the


establishment of the University of Florida's first college -
the College of Arts and Sciences did not take place until
1853. A few years later, the Morrill Act provided lands for
state institutions of higher learning which would promote


agriculture,


event


mechanical


resulted


Agriculture,
Agricultural


the


the


Colle[


arts,


and


military


beginnings of the
re of Engineering


science.


College
and


this
of
the


Experiment Stations.


1905,


the


Florida


Legislature


took


step


unprecedented in the history of education in any state by


passing


the


colleges and
institutions,


result


the


Buckman


Act


which


abolished


provided for the establishment of two


the


University


Buckman


Ac


of Florida being one.
t, the University of


state
new


As the
Florida


officially c
Gainesville


openedd


campus


men


only


September


new
1906,


571-acre


with


enrollment of 102 students. In 1947 the University became
coeducational.
The University of Florida has had a succession of great


presidents: Dr. Andrew
Murphree (1909-1927); Dr.


(1927-1928);


Hume,


(1947-19.


Dr.


acting p
53); Dr.


(1953-1955); Dr. J.


John J.


'1


resident


Sledd (
James
'igert, I
(1947);


1906-1909);


Farr,


(1928-1'


Dr.


Albert


acting president
947); Dr. H. H.


Hillis


Miller


- -


John S. Allen, acting president
Wayne Reitz (1955-1967); Dr. Stephen


O'Connell


(1967-1973);


Dr.


York,


president (1973-1974); and current president,
Q. Marston.


Dr.


interim
Robert


Now


second


century


land-grant


university


r





midway


between


the


Atlantic


Ocean


and


the


Gulf


Mexico. Its buildings represent an investment of some 150


million
frame


dollars.
building,


From its humble


the


University


of


beginnings i
Florida has


a single


become


giant among universities.


The State Board of Education includes the Governor, the
Lieutenant Governor, the Secretary of State, the Attorney
General, the Commissioner of Education, the Comptroller,


the Commissioner of Agriculture and the


Commissioner


Education


serves


Treasurer.
Secretary


The
and


Executive


Officer of the


Board.


The


Board


of Education


exercises


general


supervision


over the Board of Regents. It must approve appointments
to the Board of Regents and it may remove any member for
cause. It must approve all policies and regulations adopted
by the Board of Regents before they are filed with the


Secretary


of State.


It must concur in


the


establishment,


location and naming of new institutions or branches in the


State


University


System.


The


Board


Regents


was


created


1965


the


successor


the


Board


Control.


citizens of Florida appointed by the G
member's term of office is nine years.


consists
governor. A
Members


nine


Board
of the


Board are paid no salaries,


but they


are reimbursed for


actual


expenses


connection


with


their work


Board


members.


The


Board


Regents


has


jurisdiction


govern,


regulate,
University


coordinate
of Florida,


and
the


University of South Florida,


h lan'^Ln a n I


Tl7 . n n ..


oversee
Florida


the


rla: a"1


the c
State


operationn of
University,


Florida Agricultural
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The Chancellor is the chief administrative officer of the


State


University System of Florida and is responsible for


the administration of the SUS under policies prescribed by


the


Board of Regents.


The


President


the


chief


executive


officer


the


University and has general supervision over its activities,


properties


Board


and expenditures


Regents.


His appointment is


ex-officio


by the


member


faculties and committees; chairman of the Administrative
Council, the University Senate, and the General Assembly;
liaison officer between the Board of Regents and all faculty


and


student


organizations;


presides


commencements


and confers degrees. Subject to confirmation by the Board


of Regents,


the


President


appoints


the


vice


presidents,


deans, directors, and heads of administrative departments.
He passes upon all appointments to the academic staff and


changes


rank


within


the


staff.


has


the


chief


responsibility for preparing and submitting the budget to
the Board of Regents. He has veto power over the actions


committees,


faculties,


councils,


Student


Government,


the University Senate, and the General Assembly. He has,


under


the


Board


Regents,


complete


power


University


matters


not


otherwise


provided


the


Constitution.


The


University


Florida


has


distinguished


and


dedicated


faculty


which


committed


goal


excellence achieved through the three major objectives of


the University


- teaching, research


are recruited from all


over the


and service. Faculty


United States as well


internationally,


and


many


have


established


world-wide


reputations for contributions


made


their field.




actions of the various college faculties and the committees


of the
Senate


Senate


reviews


. Upon


these


request


actions,


a faculty
suspends


member,


those


the


not


harmony with the policies or regulations of the University,


and refers them


with recommendations to the person


group


with


whom


they


originated.


The Senate has jurisdiction over all matters pertaining to
University-wide policies and functions not reserved to the
President and his advisory councils, and the authority to
legislate concerning such matters and to make rules and
regulations promoting the general welfare of members of


the


university


community.


The Administrative Council acts as a cabinet to advise
the President in nonacademic, policy, and budget matters.
The Council consists of the President; the Vice Presidents;


Deans;


elected


representatives


the


faculty;


presidential appointees


and student body representatives.


The


various activities


of the


University


are


organized


into three major areas


- Student Affairs, Administrative


Affairs,


individual


and Academic


student


are


Affairs.


the


direct


offices


concern


the
the


coordinated


Division


of Student Affairs.


The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs is a


focal point for student


educational


concerns and strives to


experience for students at the


Florida as meaningful as possible


The


make the


University


Vice President for


Student


Affairs


works


maintain


and


improve


good


communications


and


working


relationships


among


and


between students


, faculty,


and administration.


The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs has
administrative responsibility for the following offices and


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hundred students participate in policy formulation at the


University


Constitutional,
Presidential


Committees
Committees,


Florida


Senate,


and


committees


reporting
especially


through a
Presidential


and
the


those


appointment
Committees.


other


Senate


University


and


considering


Senate


programs


affecting


students


the


faculty,


are


encouraged


announce in advance the scope of their work. Chairpersons


are


directed


ask


advice


and


suggestions


from


members of the


administration,


students,


and faculty.


Members


these


committees


are


appointed


the


President


year.


The


of the
Senate


University


and


Committees


recommendations


the


serve


for the


academic


report their findings


University


Senate


and
for


consideration.


The


presidential


committees


have


student membership and serve as advisory committees on


policy to the President and are
him.


ultimately responsible to


The
include


University


the


Committees


Committees


with


student membership


Admissions,


Affirmative


Action, Board of Managers of the J.


Wayne Reitz


Union,


Campus


Planning


and


Land


Use,


Campus


Shop


and


Bookstore,


Campus


Community-Campus


Student
Council,


Housing,
Creative


Commencement,


and


Performing


Arts, Curriculum, Disadvantaged Students, Intercollegiate


Athletics,


Off-Campus


Housing,


Parking


and


Transpor-


station, Placement, Public Functions


Policy


and Lectures,


Review
Culture,


and


Resources


ROTC,


Board


Safety


and


for the
Civil


Institute
Defense


Black
Space


Utilization,


Status


Women,


Student


Affairs,


Student


Conduct, Student Financial Aid, Student Health Services,


Student
Budget,


Organizations,


and


University


Student
Libraries.


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Information contained in this section has been edited
from the UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG and written
in a condensed narrative format. Students should
become thoroughly familiar with policies and
regulations printed on pages 1-33 of the 1974-75
UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG. Information relative
to requirements in specific colleges and schools of the
University can be found on pages 35-160 of the same
publication.





CONTENTS


Colleges and


Schools


Special


Instructional


Units


Office of the


Registrar


Admissions


Academic A
Registration


Advisement
Procedures


Student Academic


Regulations


Grades


Probation


, Suspension,


and


Exclusion


University College


Academic


Services


Directory








COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS

The College of Agriculture, a unit of the institute of Food


and


Agricultural


Sciences,


offers


curricula


the


major fields of


agriculture.


The


College


Architecture


and


Fine


Arts


offers


curricula


architecture,


interior


design


landscape


architecture, building construction, fine arts, history of art,


crafts


, advertising


design,


education,


music


music


education,


and


theatre.


The College of Arts and Sciences offers curricula leading


to degrees of Bachelor of


Arts and Bachelor of Science,


with


opportunities


specializing


many


science


and


liberal


arts fields


. It


offers


the


courses


mathematics,


biological sciences


physical sciences, social sciences, and


humanities required


the


curricula


of the


professional


colleges.
The College of Business Administration offers curricular


programs in Accounting, Banking and Finance,


and


Information


Sciences,


Economics,


Computer
Insurance,


Management, Marketing, and Real Estate and Urban Land
Studies.


The College of Dentistry, an integral part of the J


Hillis


Miller


Health


curriculum
Medicine.


Center


leading


offers


the


innovative


degree


Doctor


modular


Dental


The College of Education has


curricula


elementary


and


secondary


school


instruction


with


subject


matter


concentrations


various


areas.


also


provides


in-service program for teachers of the state and operates


the P.K. Yonge Laboratory School


Undergraduate teacher


preparation


programs are


NCATE approved and lead


state certification at ore-school


elementary. and secondary


.





ernng,


Engineering


Sciences,


Metalurgical


Engineering,


Nuclear Engineering, Systems Engineering, Computer and


Information


Sciences,


Environmental


Engineering


Sciences, Nuclear Engineering Sciences, Interdisciplinary


Engineering


Studies,


and


Engineering


Technology.


The School of Forest Resources and


Conservation is a


unit of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.


The


school offers majors in the professional disciplines within
Forest Resources and Conservation, and Forest Products.
The Graduate School offers programs leading to various


advanced


degrees


disciplines.


instruction


carried on by the faculties of the colleges and schools listed


this


section.


The College of Health Related Professions,


a unit of the


J. Hillis Miller Health Center, offers curricula in Medical
Technology, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy.


The


College


also


offers


graduate


curriculum


Rehabilitation Counseling, and in O
The College of Journalism and C
curricula in Journalism, Advertising,


occupationall Therapy.
communications offers
and Broadcasting. It


also


offers


communication,


sequences


urban


public


affairs


relations,


reporting,


and


technical
criminal


justice


public relations.


The College of Law offers a curriculum


leading to the


J.D.


degree and a


graduate


program in taxation.


The College of Medicine, a unit of the J.


Health
degree


Center,


offers a curriculum


. Graduate degrees


offered through


the Graduate


leading


in basic medical


School.


Hillis


the


sciences


special


Miller
M.D.


are


medical


scientist training program is available jointly through the


College of Medicine and


the Graduate School.


The College of Nursing,


a unit of the


. Hillis


Miller


Health


Center,


offers


undergraduate


and


graduate





Recreation


offers


services


and


programs


through


the


Departments of Physical Education for Men and Women,


the
and


Department


the


of Intramural


Department


Athletics


Professional


and


Recreation,


Curriculum


The


Department


leading


of Professional
undergraduate


Curriculum


degrees


offers


health


programs
education,


physical education, and recreation.


Graduate degrees are


offered


physical


education


and


health


education.


Professional areas of preparation include teachers of health


education


and


physical


education,


health


educators


public or voluntary


The U
freshmen


university
and s


admission


one


agencies,
College i


Sophomores


the


comprehensive courses


and recreation


the


while


other


in general


academic
they


colleges.
education


directors.


home


prepare


provides


and


awards


the


Associate of


Arts certificate.


College of Veterinary


Medicine


the


planning


stage.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS
SERVING ALL COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS

The Division of Biological Sciences is organized within
the College of Arts and Sciences to provide coordination in


the


biological


sciences.


faculties in cellular biology


The


Division


has


molecular biology


developmental biology, parasitology


radiation
handling


biology


the


The


general


division


education


organized
biophysics,


marine biology


also


biology


responsible


program


and
for
the


University College


. The Departments of Zoology, Botany,


Microbiology


and Biochemistry are the


units composing


the


Division


of Biological


Sciences.


The


Intercolleoiate


Department


-.a


Computer


and





representations and transformations. Programs in CIS pre-
pare students for a wide range of careers in the business,


industrial,


scientific,


civic,


and


academic


worlds


where


information flow and analysis is of


critical importance to


decision


making.


addition


the


degree


programs,


several service courses are available for persons needing


experience in


computer applications.


The Center for Latin American Studies is the University


unit


responsible


for


directing


coordinating


interdisciplinary


instructional


and


research


programs


related to the Latin American area.


The Center sponsors


conferences,


publishes


the


results


scholarly


research


related


University
programs.


Latin
units


America,


in *overseas


administers


and


cooperates


development


degree


with


and


programs


other


training


Latin


American Studies and


in Latin American Demography


The Department of Music has the responsibility for such


musical organizations as the University Bands


Orchestras,


Choruses, and Glee Clubs, and offers courses in Theory of


Music,
Music


Music


Education,


History


and


Literature,


and Ensemble


Applied


Music


Music.


The Department of Military Science offers the four year


program


and


the


two


year


program


Army


ROTC


Completion of either of these programs by a student leads
to a commission in one of the branches of the United States


Army


Reserve


or the


Regular


Army.


Flight


training


available for selected senior cadets


One,


two,


three, and


four year scholarships are available to interested students
who qualify.
The Department of Naval Science offers a wide variety of


academic


programs


which


include


major


courses


available at the University of Florida.


scholarships are available


One to four year full


Officer Commissions in the U.S.






States


Air


Force.


Scholarships


are


available


competitive basis to students enrolled in the program


Pilot


training
electing


given


qualified


a pilot career in the


male


Air


AFROTC


students


Force.


OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR


The


Office


the


Registrar


responsible


the


registration


students,


the


maintenance


academic


records,


the


transcripts


scheduling of


student


courses,


records


. This


and


the


office


issuance
located


Room


Tigert Hall,


and


deals


directly


with


problems


regarding grades,
and readmission.


grade changes,


probation, suspension


ADMISSIONS


The


University


encourages applications from


qualified


applicants from


groups.


The


cultural,


general


racial


requiremer


, religious
its for


and


ethnic


admission


readmission to any


college or


division


of the


University


includes a satisfactory academic record


satisfactory scores


on achievement tests or examinations, and a satisfactory
conduct record.
The specific requirements for readmission of a student
previously enrolled at the University of Florida are given in


the


STUDENT


REGULATIONS


section


the


Undergraduate Catalog.


The


University


specific


requirements


of Florida


for the


admission


first time


the


Freshman


Undergraduate Transfer,


Graduate


, Dental, Law, Medical


Special


Student


may


found


the


appropriate


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University


and its various components.


Application


admission


any


College,


School,


Division of the University is made through the Admissions
Office on prescribed forms and by the published deadline


dates.


The Admissions Office is located in 135 Tigert Hall


Undergraduate Interinstitutional Registration Program:
This program enables students at the University of Florida


take


advantage


special


resources


and


programs


available on another campus in the State University System


of Florida not available on the Gainesville campus.


Course


work taken under UIRP will be accepted for credit at UF


student
Program


must


recommended


his/her


academic


participate


dean


who


will


the


initiate


visiting arrangement with the appropriate dean at the host
institution.
Special Students: Special students may be admitted to
the various schools and colleges of the Upper Division only
by approval of the University Admissions Committee. Each


case


considered


individual


basis


Students


considering application as a special student should initiate


such


application


Veterans
University


at least three


Administration


of Florida


months in


and


approved


Social
for the


advance.
Security:
education


The
and


training of veterans


under


public


laws


now in


effect.


Students


who


may


eligible


educational


benefits


under any Veterans Administration program are urged to
contact the local Veterans Administration representative or


the


Veterans


Administration


Regional


Office.


Students


expecting to receive benefits under one of these programs
must file with the Office of the Registrar their Certificate of
Eligibility which is issued by the Veterans Administration.


certification


Eligibility


can
file.


made


Benefits


until


are


the


Certificate


determined


the


I





eligible to


receive educational


benefits


under the


Social


Security


Act,


providing


the


student


registers


for twelve


quarter hours or more.


A fulltime


load for


VA


or Social


Security


Benefits


Additional


is twelve


Information:


hours per
Additional


quarter.


and


more


specific


information concerning admission to the various academic
programs of the University of Florida may be found in the
Undergraduate Catalog.


ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT


Every
students


college


courn


appoints
se choice,


academic
planning


advisers
and a


assist


adjustment.


Names of these advisers may be obtained from the dean's


office of the


student's college.


These


advisers


help


particular attention


the
the


student
student'


plan


courses,


academic


giving


strengths


and weaknesses in relation to vocational goals.


They


are


responsible for guiding the student toward


fulfillment


academic


requirements


within


given


college


and


may


also


called


upon


advice


concerning


probation,


suspension,
University


fellowships


College


and


advisors


graduate


are


work.


available


Monday


through


Friday


during


daytime class


hours


358


Little


Hall


consultation


any


problems


relating


educational


objectives and


progress.


Each


instructor


responsible


helping


students


master


the


material


course


and


available


discussion


study techniques and


course content.


Any student encountering difficulty in


specific courses


may obtain tutors by contacting the chairperson of his/her


department


or the dean


of his/her college.





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Arch. & Fine Arts, 101A AFA .............
Air Force ROTC, 205 VAN .
Army ROTC, 204 VAN .. ...............
Arts & Sciences, 113 AND ................
Business Admin, 214 MAT................
Dentistry, M-108 MSB ...................
Education, 124 NRN .. ... .. .. . . . .... .
Engineering, 300 WEIL .
Forestry, 305 ROL . . . . . . . . . .
Graduate School, 288 GSIS................
Health Related Professions, N1-7 MSB.....
Journalism & Communications, 234 STA ....
Lav 164E HL . . . . . . . . . . . .
Medicine, M-128 MSB .......... . . ...
Pharmacy, P-3 MSB . . . . . . . . .....
Physical Education & Health, 302 FLG......
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REGISTRATION PROCEDURES


Schedule
distributed
Registrar ir
work out a


1
I


of Courses: A quarterly Schedule of Cc
prior to registration by the Office
the basement of Tigert Hall. Student
tentative schedule from this public


A


curses is
of the
s should
ation in


a -


advance of the registration appointment. Directions for
registration are outlined in step-by-step procedure on the
lower portion of the first page of the Schedule of Courses.
"Shortcuts" usually result in problems.


The course selection guide indicates days,
places a class will meet and the date and time
exam. This information is important for schedu


Building abbreviation


IS


hours,
for the
ling cla


are indicated in the front ol


and
final
sses.
F the


-- w w


-- =


1





The Schedule of Courses should be kept for the balance


of the quarter.


The front page calendar indicates terminal


dates for the initial drop-add period,


for dropping a course


during the quarter,


for making up


incomplete


received


during the previous quarter, and for withdrawal from the
University without failing grades.


Registration:


When students report to the basement of


Tigert


Hall


begin


registration,


they


will


receive


Academic Advisement Card


which in most cases must be


taken


the


department,


Upper


Division,


University College for approval before continuing with the


registration


process.


Students


are


required


pay


registration fees prior to the deadline date specified in the


University


Catalog.


FAILURE


TO


REGISTER


OR


PAY


FEES PRIOR TO THE DEADLINE COULD RESULT IN A


$25 LATE FEE.


Petition for a waiver of the late fee can be


made in unusual circumstances after failure to


meet the


deadline.
Drop and Add: During the first few days of each quarter,
students can review their schedues and drop or add any
necessary courses. Drop and Add periods for each quarter


are


listed


the


University


Calendar


published


the


Undergraduate Catalog.


During the quarter, if a student


feels it is necessary to drop a course, he/she may petition


to do so
discuss


Academic advisors in each college are available to


the problem


with the


student.


STUDENT ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

Classification of Students: Students will be classified by


the


Registrar each


quarter


as follows:


Special transient or other non-degree students who have
been permitted to register at the University of Florida are





less than


135,


are classified as 3.


Students who have earned 135 quarter hours or more are


classified as


Students who are candidates for a degree in a program


which normally requires


quarter


15 quarters and have earned 180


hours or more are classified as 5.


Degree-holding


students


who


have


been


admitted


post-baccalaureate status are classified as 6.
Students admitted to the Graduate School are classified
as 7.
Class Hour Load: Some colleges have a maximum load


which is stated in the Catalog.


the absence of such a


statement,


the


general


University


regulation


allows


maximum load of 15 credits for a student who earned an
average below a "C" the preceding quarter of attendance.


The


minimum


load


for all


students


12 hours.


Simultaneous


enrollment


correspondence


courses,


extension work at another college or university is counted


in computing the


maximum,


but


not the


minimum load.


At the time of registration a student, upon the approval


of his dean


, may register for


less than


the


minimum or


more


than


the


maximum


load.


After


the


regular


registration period has closed, no student attending under
the above conditions will be permitted to drop below the


minimum


load


unless


he/


she


successfully


petitions


the


college


which


enrolled.


Students


college


should consult
ascertain the


the


Dean


credit


their


hour


respective


regulation


classification


as a


full-time


student.


Dual Enrollment:


Dual


Enrollment refers to a student


taking


University
permitted


on-campus


courses


Florida


only


under


and


the


simultaneously


another


conditions


both


institution


the


and


listed


the


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successful completion of the freshman year.


Students are


fully responsible for satisfying the entire range of academic


objectives
course. I
attendance


they


are


individual
necessary


defined


professors


by the


may


satisfaction


instructor
consider


the


any


class


academic


objectives of their courses.
Withdrawals: It is the responsibility of each student to


make


every


effort


complete


the


full


quarter


the


University


any


student


withdraws


after


the


date


published in the Catalog,


/she shall be assigned grades


of WF (withdrew failing) in all courses, and will be subject


to the suspension


and


exclusion regulations.


A student on scholarship probation who withdraws from


the


University


prior


the


final


date


published


the


catalog will be continued on scholarship probation for his


next


quarter.


Withdrawal forms can be obtained from staff members


the


residence


halls


, physicians


the


Infirmary,


the


Office
Center,


Student


and the


Services,


Office of the


the


International


Student


Registrar.


A student living in a University residence hall should go


to the residence counselor in his/her area


initiate the


withdrawal. A foreign student should start withdrawal with


interview


with


the


Assistant


Dean


International


Student Services


If the student lives in a sorority house,


fraternity


house,


off-campus,


withdrawal


should


initiated in the Office for Student Services. Any person who


has


National


Defense


Loan,


short-term


loan,


University long-term loan, should also go to the Office for


Student


Financial


Affairs


exit


interview


. If


the


student has a scholarship or student employment


wish


initiate


interview


the


Office


he may
Student


Financial Affairs before leaving the campus


particularly if


I





is to determine


University


whether there


might


understanding


assistance


the


circumstances


any way


and


under


which
obtain
which


the


the


student is withdrawing.


During the interview the student


will


return


current


registration


fee


card


the


University and will be given a copy of a withdrawal form to


be taken


to the Office of the


Registrar.


It is also highly desirable that the student


confer with


one of the advisors in


college,


particularly


the Office of the


withdrawal


Dean


due


of his/her
academic


difficulties.
Petitions and Appeals: In case the operation of a student
academic regulation appears to result in an undue hardship


on an individual student


, he/she may petition for waiver of


the regulation.


When


petitions


pertain


requests


change


schedule after the date authorized for change, exceptions


minimum-maximum load regulation,


or permission


drop a course without a failing grade after the drop date,
such petitions should be presented to the School or College


in which the student is enrolled.


Petitions approved by the


School or College must


be reported


to the Office of the


Registrar before the action


becomes official.


All other petitions should be presented to the registrar
who will refer them to the University Senate Committee on


Student


Petitions.


The


committee


composed


representatives of each college and includes two student


members


No petition for readmission may be filed after


regular registration has started for the quarter.


The


student


seeking


waiver


regulation


through


petition must remember that the Committee can not direct
an instructor to reinstate a student dropped from a course
for absence or unsatisfactory work, nor can the Committee
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the


Registrar.


Passing grades for undergraduate students are A, B,


order


grades


are


Unsatisfactory


excellence,


Failure,
Absent


and


from


S-Satisfactory,
- Incomplete
examination,


Failing


EW


Dropped


for nonattendance


unsatisfactory work,


and


WF


Withdrew failing.


Grades of I and X are considered as failing grades in the
computation of averages. They must be changed to passing
grades in accordance with the dates listed in the Catalog,


or be counted as


grades of E


considering


a student'


record for graduation or in


calculating averages.


In special situations where
regular grades at the end of


it is


not possible


the term,


a deferr


to assign
ed grade


may be assigned.


The symbol for a deferred grade is H.


This grade may be assigned only in special cases, such as


modular


course,


confined


infirmary,


and


similar


circumstances.


A grade of H


will


not be computed


student's


grade


point average.


Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory


Grade


Option:


order


receive


broad


educational


experience


possible


students are encouraged to take courses in disciplines in
which they may not have the proper background. They may
take such course work as electives and receive a grade of S


(Satisfactory) or U (Unsatisfactory)


. These grades become


a part of a student's record, but do not count in the grade


point


average.


eligible


enroll


under


the


S-U


option, a student must be in good standing, be classified as
an undergraduate student, and have approval from proper


university


officials.


Only one course will ordinarily be approved in any one


quarter.


Approvals for


exception


this


policy


must


obtained from the Dean of the college in which the student


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that


their


instructors


assign


standard


grade.


The


deadline for requests is the last day for dropping a course.


Grade Point Averages [GPA]:


The term


"average"


used in any university regulations concerning probation or


suspension,


always


refers


the


average


work


attempted at the University of Florida.


Grades received at


other institutions are not averaged with grades received at


the University of Florida for the purpose of meeting


any


University


average


requirement.


Most


student


honorary


societies take into consideration the quality


of the


work


done


other


institutions


meeting


any


grade-point-average they may


have.


GPA's are determined by computing the ratio of grade


points


quarter


hours


points are established


follows: A


= 4


= 3


recorded
equating


-- 2, D


attempted


each


= 1, and E,
,~ 19't/ -


. Grade


quarter hour as


WF, EW, I,


and X


= 0


In computing averages


a course repeated is


counted as many times as grades for it are recorded, unless
forgiven under the forgiveness policy as explained below.


Hours


grades


and


are


not


computed


the


grade-point-average.
A student's grade point average is based on his overall


work at the University of Florida.


That is, when a student is


admitted
average


the


University


Florida,


grade


begins and his academic average will


point
based


upon work taken at the University of Florida.


While work


transferred


from


other


institutions


toward


degree


program


at the


University


of Florida


will


count


total


hours


earned


such


hours


will


not


part


the


University


of Florida


grade point average.


Forgiveness


Policy:


Any


student


registered


freshman or sophomore at the
repeat any course in which he/s


University of Florida


may


;he made a grade of


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in the calculation of grade point averages. Any student
registered as a junior or senior will be given the same
privilege outlined above. However, the privilege will be
limited to a maximum total of five quarter hours.

PROBATION, SUSPENSION, AND EXCLUSION
FOR ACADEMIC REASONS


The


University


expects


and


requires


reasonable


academic


progress


from


students,


Continuation


students who have demonstrated a lack of the necessary


ability, pr
reasonably


separation,


from


industry,
program


maturity
university


benefit


study


inconsistent with the University's responsibility as a tax
supported institution.
The University of Florida Faculty Senate has enacted


regulations covering probation, suspension


and exclusion.


These


regulations


are


directed


toward


enforcing


the


academic


standards


the


University.


The


academic


standards of the University require both the maintenance


grade


chance


point


averages


satisfactory


consistent
completion


with


the


reasonable
University


programs


and


reasonable


conformance


the


Catalog


description of the program of study in which the student is


engaged.
additional


Any


college


academic


the


standards


University


and


responsible for observing the regulations


may


specify


students
pertaining


are


such standards.


Probation:


The conditions of academic probation


are


intended to
standards rec
unsatisfactory


relate
quired
work


quality


ultimately


early


achievement
graduate; re


date;


below


Scognize


sufficiently


significant to make clear to the student, his parents, and





student with less than a 2.0 overall GPA for University


Florida


work


will


placed


"scholarship


warning" if he/she has a grade point deficit which is
less than ten.


SCHOLARSHIP


PROBATION:


undergraduate


student with less than a 2.0 overall GPA for University


of Florida


work will be


placed on


"scholarship pro-


bation" if he/she has a grade point deficit of ten but
less than twenty.


FINAL SCHOLARSHIP


PROBATION


Any


under-


graduate
University
reasons


student


after


will


who


eligible


suspension


placed


return


because
"final


the


f academic
scholarship


probation"


In addition to


his/her next


quarter.


University probation,


a student may be


placed on probation by the college in which registered if
he/she does not maintain normal academic progress in the


program


of study in


which


engaged.


Continuation of Probation: An undergraduate student's


"scholarship


he/she


has


warning"


grade


shall


point


continued


deficit


less


than


long
ten.


Student's


''scholarship probation''


shall


be continued as


long as he/she has a grade point deficit of ten but less than
twenty. If a student's grade point deficit places him/her in
another probation category, he/she shall be subject to the
provisions of that category.


Removal


"scholarship
undergraduate


Probation:
warning"


student's


"Scholarship


will


grade


probation"


removed


point


deficit


when


has


been


reduced to zero


A student will be removed from college


probation


when


deemed


college


that


making satisfactory academic progress in the program of


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The conditions of academic suspensions are intended to
select students whose performance indicates that they will
not fulfill the requirements for graduation and encourage


students


leave


the


University


soon


high


probability


of failure is evident.


An undergraduate student with a grade point deficit of
twenty or more in his/her University of Florida work will be


suspended from


the


University for one


quarter.


A student re-enrolling


after a one


quarter


suspension


will be on


"final scholarship probation"


. If his/her grade


point deficit is twenty or more at the end of the quarter


re-enrolled,


the


student


will


suspended


without


the


possibility of re-registering, except by


committee action.


Earning Credit While Suspended: A student under any


kind of suspension at the


University


of Florida


may


not


earn credit toward a degree at the University of Florida by
taking work in residence at another institution or through
extension or correspondence courses.
However, a student who has not yet earned his Associate


of Arts


certificate


who


subsequently


graduates


from


accredited Florida Community College may appeal to the


Petitions


Committee


reinstatement.


The


Petitions


Committee


college


may


which


then,


upon


the


recommendation


the student wishes to enter,


admit


the
the


student on academic probation


that


college or school.


Credits earned by such students while under suspension


from


the


University


Florida


may


transferred


accordance
University


with


other


rules


and


regulations


the


of Florida.


Exclusion: An undergraduate student may be excluded
from a program of study by the college responsible for the
program if he fails or refuses to maintain normal academic


progress.


Such exclusion does not necessarily prohibit the




has been defined by the Graduate Council to include failure


maintain


accumulative


average


work


attempted


the Graduate


School.


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE


The


University


College


offers


programs


general


education and assists its students in selecting their major


prior to


admission


the


college


from


which


they


will


obtain their bachelor's degree


It awards an Associate of


Arts certificate to those who have successfully completed


.credits


academic


work,


including


the


general


education


course


work required


their major.


Academic Advisement: In the latter part of each quarter,
students register for their next quarter of work. Academic


advisors are available to discuss course selection


time


at this


It is expected that students accept responsibility for


fulfilling


curricular


requirements


stated


the


Undergraduate


successful


Catalog


progress


are


and
not


students
required


who


are


see


making
advisor


when


registering.


Students who are changing


majors


who are not maintaining a


average should talk to an


advisor about


course


selection.


the


first few


days of


each


quarter


students


should


review their course selection


and add or drop courses


needed to make a reasonable load for the quarter in view of


past


grades and


current


goals.


during the quarter,


student feels he must drop a course because of illness or
other emergency he will find academic advisors available


discussion


of the


problem


the


University


College


office, 358 Little Hall. Advisors are also available to help
the student define any other academic problem and assist


them


in finding


corrective


measures.


Methods


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before starting college or, at the latest, prior to the end of


their


first


term


the


University.


Students


who


obtain


general education credit by examination may take further
work in the areas covered, using it for elective credit. Some


credit


examination


may


not


serve


accelerate


student's


requirements


program


of his


because


major


are


the


not


specific


satisfied


course
general


subject matter credit.
A student may choose to attend four academic quarters
each year which would enable him/her to accomplish the


work


Students


four
may


academic
take s


years


ome


three


summer


calendar


work


Community College prior to completion of 96 credits.


years.


local
After


completion


of 96


credits


only


work


taken


accredited


four-year


college


university


accepted


transfer


credit


Students are urged to discuss any such plans with a


University College academic advisor prior to enrolling


courses at


choose


another school.


accelerate


Unusually


carrying


able


heavier


students


than


may


average


course loads rather than applying themselves more deeply


normal


loads.


General Education and the Associate of Arts Certificate:
The University College has primary responsibility for the


administration


University


. Its


the


general


departments,


education
therefore,


program
provide


of the
general


education courses and the college awards the Associate of


Arts


certificate


the


University


. All


graduates


the


university are expected to complete the general education
program specified for their major and receive the Associate


of Arts certificate prior to


graduation.


University


college


students may transfer to the college of their major when


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the college of their major.
In planning each quarter's program the student should
obtain some balance of general and special education, of


science and non-science.


The


student undecided as to a


major field of study should be careful to make progress in


/her


general


education


while


trying


out


courses


specific majors


. Typically a student completes the greater


part of general education in the first two years while also
taking the preprofessional courses specified for the major.


The


Associate


completion


of 96


Arts


credits


certificate


including


awarded


authorized


upon


credits


general education as indicated for the student's major, and


overall


average.


Application


forms


the


Associate of Arts certificate are available from the Office of


the


Registrar and should be


returned to that office.


Authorized


approved by the


Courses


General


Education:


University College for use


Courses
satisfying


general education requirements are listed on page 37 of the


Undergraduate


Catalog.


selecting


from


among


these


authorized courses, the student should keep in mind that


the


general


education


part


the


university


program


should serve to increase his


/her fund of knowledge outside


the


major


and


should


broaden


intellectual


horizons.


/she should not


, therefore, select courses


in only


one


discipline nor use courses within the scope of the major to


satisfy


general education


requirements.


Only in strongly


sequential and crowded majors such as mathematics and
science is it permissible to use courses in the major for both


purposes. In selecting courses,


the student should study


course descriptions listed in the back of the Undergraduate


Catalog,


since


course


titles


alone


give


insufficient


information. Stated prerequisites must be adherred to.


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Community Colleges and other universities.

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Office


Location


Telephone


Academic Affairs


Academic Advisement
Agriculture
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Arts & Sciences
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University College 358
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Counseling Center 311
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CONTENTS

The Division of Student Affairs
Vice President for Student Affairs
Office for Student Services
Career Planning and Placement Center
Student Housing Office
Office for Student Financial Affairs


Wayne Reitz Union


Counseling and Developmental Services
University Counseling Center
Student Mental Health Service
Reading and Study Skills Center
Speech and Hearing, Clinic
Student Health Service
Other Student Support Services
Public Functions Office
Libraries
University Food Service
Mail Service
Campus Shop and Bookstore
Student Accounts
University Police Department
Alumni Affairs
Religious Centers and Campus Ministers
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The


University of Florida is dedicated


helping


each


student


make


the


most


his/her


educational


opportunities.


In addition to the academic programs,


University provides several


services to assist in


the


creating


conditions and opportunities for reinforcing the intellectual


and


cultural


purposes of the


institution.


Many of these units are formalized as functions within


the Division of Student Affairs


Others are services or units


of institutional departments or colleges. All are related and


designed


help


students


achieve


individual


goals


and


potentiality and to adapt the institution


the


individual


needs of students
be kept personal


Thus it is hoped that the University may


and


student


oriented.


Personnel


these


units


observe


the


concept


that


co-curricular


which


student


motivate and


activities
promote r


are


lew


learning


cultural an


experiences
d academic


interests
attributes
classroom


and


encourage


essential


the


development


successful


and


personal


enlightened


performance.


THE DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

Vice President for Student Affairs

The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs is a


focal point for student


concerns and strives to


make the


educational


experience


for students at


the


University


Florida as meaningful as possible.


The


Vice President for


Student


Affairs


works


maintain


and


improve


good


communications


and


working


relationships


among


and


between students


, faculty


and administration.


The


goals


the


Division


Student


Affairs


include


developing effective and


efficient


services


and


programs





Florida


to a


wide variety


of persons.


The Office of the


Vice


President for Student Affairs is


located in 123 Tigert Hall and is open to assist individual


students


and


groups


matters


concerning


them.


students are encouraged to share in the responsibility for
enabling the various segments of the University of Florida


community to


meet the needs of students.


The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs has
administrative responsibility for the following offices and


programs at the


University of Florida: Office for Student


Services, Career Planning and Placement Center, Student


Housing Office


Office for Student Financial Affairs


and


the J


. Wayne


Reitz


Union.


Office for Student Services


The


basic


commitment


of the


Office


of the


Dean


Student


Services


assist


each


individual


student


developing his/her full potential as a human being.


Staff


members strive to help students become self-directive in
all their activities.


Staff


members


provide


general


assistance


and


counseling of a short-term nature and attempt to meet the
needs of students through individual and group contacts.
The office, in cooperation with students and faculty, also


plans


and


implements


co-curricular


activities


and


programs.
The purposes of the Office for Student Services are to
contribute to the attainment of the educational goals of the
University of Florida by helping to structure appropriate
experiences for the intellectual, psychological, social, and


physical


development


opportunities


personal


each


attention;


student;


making


providing
students


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procedure.
Functions


the


Office


Student


Services


include


individual advising, student group advising, fraternity and


sorority
student


coordination,


affairs,


responsibility


graduate


veteran


student


student


student
petitions


affairs,


affairs,
and


minority


committee
admissions,


coordination of student judicial affairs, and coordination of


new


student orientation


programs.


The Office for Student Services is located in 129 Tigert
Hall.


The


International


Student


Center


and


the


Institute


Black Culture are also operational units of the Office for
Student Services.


International Student Services:


The Office of Inter-


national


Student


Services


assists


international


students in adjusting to a changing life style in a new
environment. Special services are provided related to


foreign


educational


and


cultural


backgrounds;


language, legal


employment, academic, and personal


matters;
agency


U.S


. Immigration


responsibilities


and


other


aliens;


government


and


currency


exchange.
students


The


achieve


participation
orientation


focus


their


helping


educational


programs


seminars,


and


international


goals


social


community


through
activities,


visits.


The


International


Student


Center


located


Building


AE.


Institute of Black


Culture:


The


Institute


of Black


Culture


facility


enlightenment


and


black


awareness where Afro-Americans can focus on their


history,


literature, art, culture, and life style


. It is also





University Career Planning & Placement Center

The Career Planning and Placement Center, located in


G-22


the


educational


Reitz


oriented


Union,


career


provides


centralized


development


and


and
job


placement programs


for students.


The


Center


assists


students


selecting


and


preparing for
employability


and


alumni,


careers,


and


conducts


marketability


provides


clearing


programs


graduating
house for


increasing
students
matching


employers with graduating students and alumni, maintains


comprehensive


career


information


library


system


students and academic units, conducts manpower studies


University


graduates,


and


researches


national


and


regional data on manpower projections, job forecasts and


current job availability for use by students, alumni
University.


and the


Career


Investigation


and


Planning


helps


the


student


become aware of the


many


career opportunities and


the


requirements and changing nature of each


Career Related


Student Employment directs the student into summer or


cooperative education


work


experiences


a part


occupational orientation and career development program.
Career Placement assists the student in achieving personal


career


objectives


making


known


the


full


range


employment


opportunities.


The Career Planning and Placement Center encourages


and


assists


students


use


resources


both


the


academic community and larger general community while


developing


their


career


plans.


From


this


students


can


identify vocational interests leading to career choices that


assure


personal


growth,


self-realization


and


insure


that


their employment interests relate to the needs of society.






majors


with


careers,


increasing


employability


marketability,
information,


communication


women


and


skills,


racial


Graduate


minorities,


School


overseas


employment, summer jobs, and employment in business,
industry, government and education.


An Information


Career


Resource


Library


contains


information about occupations & employers; job trends and
outlooks; government jobs; teaching positions; immediate


full-time,


part-time


and


summer


job


opportunities;


directories of all kinds; employer recruiting literature; and
contact lists.


Self paced study carrels using the latest A-V


aids are


available for student use to learn more about interviewing,


career


choices,


and


resumes.


On-campus


interviews


representing over 800 employers are conducted on campus


for full time jobs, summer jobs,


government jobs,


and


teaching jobs in colleges, junior colleges & public schools.


FRESHMEN,


interests


and


skills,


students
explore


should
choices


begin


major


identify
fields,


develop a tentative curriculum


, and formulate long and


short-range educational and career goals.
AS SOPHOMORES, it is a good time to confirm tentative


choice of


major,


begin


exploring


career possibilities


within


given


career-related


field


study,


experiences


select


further


courses


educational


and
and


personal


development,


and


explore


wide


variety


occupational opportunities.
AS JUNIORS OR TRANSFERS


students


should


seriously think about after graduation options, graduate or
professional school or a job, further explore and make a
final selection of the career opportunities most appealing,


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Each


University


College


and


Transfer


Student


especially urged to visit the Center and use the services for


vocational
moment.


and


career


students


planning


the


should register for


earliest


job


possible


placement


assistance one


year prior to


graduation.


Student Housing Office


The


Director of Housing


administers,


supervises,


and


coordinates all


programs and operation


the


residence


halls, the apartment villages and the Off-Campus Housing
Office.


Housing
University


Administration


residence


halls


and


have


Staff
been


Organization:


designed


and


organized to emphasize the


student


small


opportunities


living
formal


importance of the


groups.


and


Each


hall


informal


individual
provides


educational


programs


together with social and recreational activities


Many


residents


find


their


hall


the


center


their


out-of-class interests.


What any individual finds depends


largely upon his/her own contribution to the life of the hall.
Programs and activities vary from hall to hall and from year
to year, since they are based on the needs and interests of


the


students themselves.


Staff:


residence


areas,


professionally


trained


Directors of Residence Life, Residence Life Coordinators,


Hall Advisors,


and


student Resident Assistants are well


qualified to assist with group and individual activities, as
well as with matters of personal concern to all residents. In
each living unit floor, or section, Resident Assistants and


other


student


leaders


provide


group


leadership


and


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RESIDENCE


LIFE


COORDINATORS:


The


Residence
developing
residence


Life
and


area


Coordinator
maintaining


which


living


responsible
environment


and


learning


are


natural,


inter-related,


and


enjoyable activities.


He/


she provides leadership to students and student


leaders


encourage


their taking


responsibility


specific programs


and


activities.


The


RLC


provides


conditions


the


initiation


and


development


student self-governance at all levels within a residence
area and serves as a counselor and referral agent to


students in matters relating to


personal,


social,


and


academic problems.
HALL ADVISORS


The Hall Advisor is a graduate


student


who


resides


residence


hall


150-350


students.
activities


/she


the


coordinates


student


and


Resident


supervises
Assistants


the
and


provides leadership for the continued development of


the residence
RESIDENT


hall


programs.


ASSISTANTS:


The


Resident Assistant


is an undergraduate student living on the floor of the
residence hall who works with students in creating an
environment which supports friendship and a sense of


community


/she has been selected on the basis of


certain
academic
potential.


personal
status,
The R.A


characteristics,


and


good


demonstrated


student


leadership


is available to students for consul-


station,


referral,


information-giving,


and


general


advising


and assistance.


Self Government: All students in the residence halls are
entitled to participate in organizational activities which can
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collected and administered by the hall organization to meet


expenses of


activities and


programs.


Room


Furnishings:


Rooms


are


equipped


with


mattresses,


mattress pads,


waste baskets,


desks,


chairs,


closets, chest-of-drawers, and venetian blinds


. Residents


are


encouraged


obtain


their


own


drapes,


pictures,


bedspreads,


rugs,


and


desk


lamps


after


arrival


the


University.

Linen Service: All students assigned to residence halls


(except


co-ops)


are furnished a


basic


linen


service.


The


charge is included in the room rent.


This service entitles


each


resident


two


sheets,


one


pillowcase,


and


three


towels per week. Extra linens


or additional items such as


blankets
nominal


, pillows,


and


desk


lamps


may


rented


cost.


Telephone Service: Room telephones are available in all


the


residence


halls


except


the


halls


designated


co-ops


Each room telephone provides 24-hour service on


campus and within the Gainesville area.


Charges for long


distance calls are billed monthly to the room phone by the


Southern
directly t<
telephone


Bell
the


Telephone
company.


service


Company


The


included


basic


the


and
cost
room


residents


local


pay


room


rent.


Rental Refrigerators:


Refrigerators will be available


some


residence


areas


and


the


cost


included


the


quarterly rate.


Students


may


bring


their


own


individual


refrigerators to any residence area where refrigerators are
not permanently installed. Students must make their own


arrangements


installation


and


removal


private






for use of students, staff, and faculty of the University.

Residence Halls for Single Students: Some variety in


types of accommodations is provided by the


University.


The double room for two students is the most common
type. Several of the larger rooms or suites are designated


as triple rooms.


Single rooms


are


available


limited


number, suites for two students are available in several of
the residence halls. Each suite consists of two connected
rooms: one, a bedroom, the other, a study room.
Beaty Towers, Hume Hall, Graham Area, Tolbert Area,


and


Jennings


Hall,


are


totally


air-conditioned.


Other


residence


halls,


where


student


rooms


are


not


air-conditioned, provide centrally located air-conditioned
study and recreation rooms.


BROWARD/RAWLINGS


AREA


(coeducational):


The Broward complex houses 626 women students,
while the Rawlings complex accommodates 350 men


students.


Although


student


rooms


are


not


conditioned, public facilities which are air-conditioned


include


main


lounges,


libraries,


recreation


rooms,


television rooms, cafeterias, and a sundry shop. Each
floor has a community bathroom and a study room.


GRAHAM/HUME/TOLBERT


AREA


(coeducat-


ional): This residence area houses approximately 2100
students. Men and women live in different buildings
or in opposite wings separated by a central lobby and


administrative


offices.


Each


floor


has


community


bathrooms and study rooms and all facilities are air


conditioned.


Central


public


facilities


include


main


lobbies, libraries, recreation rooms, television rooms,
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office and public lobby. Single and double rooms are
available and some rooms can be converted to suites.
Each floor has community bath facilities and a study


room.


Community


kitchens


each


floor


permit


students to prepare their own meals


Air conditioned


public


facilities


include


main


recreation rooms and television


lounges
rooms.


libraries,


Yulee


Hall,


also


located


the


Yulee


Area,


reserved for juniors, seniors,


and


graduate


students


who desire single accommodations in a coeducational


setting.


The rooms,


originally


designed as


doubles,


have been converted to singles and men and women


are assigned


to alternate floors.


MURPHREE


AREA


(coeducational):


Murphree,


Thomas


, Sledd, Fletcher and Buckman (Co-op) Halls


are


located


this


area.


They


were


the


first


residence


halls


built


the


University


campus and accommodate about 1300 students


Florida
. Suites


for two and three, single, double, and triple rooms are


available. All
These halls


rooms


are


are


divided


equipped
into s


with


separate,


avatories.
vertical


sections, accommodating from 16 to 60 students each.


Men


and


women


students


live in


separate sections.


There is a bath


on each


floor.


A Rathskeller is also


located adjacent to the area.


BEATY


TOWERS


(coeducational,


upperclass


and


graduate students only): Each Tower, one for women


and one for men,


accommodates


approximately


400


students


These buildings are entirely air conditioned


and carpeted with a unique suite arrangement on each
floor which eliminates most traffic past suite doors. All


student


rooms


are


suites


four


including


study-kitchenette


The commons building has a social






The


married


student must meet the requirements


for admission to the


University of Florida,


qualify as


a full-time student as defined


his/her college or


school,
toward


and


continue


degree


make


determined


normal


the


progress


Dean


his/her college or school.


The


married


student


must


part


family


unit,


defined as:


husband and


wife with


or without


children,


divorced


widowed


persons


with


dependent children.


The r
part


married,


widowed,


a family


with


or divorced
a combined


student
gross


must


annual


income


(including


grants-in-aid


scholarships,


fellowships,


and


grants)


which


does


not


exceed


during


the


period


occupancy,


the


following


maximum income


limitations:


2 persons 3& 4 persons 5 & 6 persons


Undergraduate
Graduate
Maguire


$7440
$7640
$6400


$8540
$8740
$7500


$9690
$9890
$8650


Since


provide
students,


on-campus
relatively


family


apartments


low-cost


with


are


housing
combined


intended


for
gross


married
annual


income in excess of the above scale cannot apply for


occupy


apartment


except


unusual


circum-


stances.


Exceptions


may


granted


only


the


Committee on


Student Housing.


Residents in all villages


must furnish their own linens,


dishes,
are an


rugs,


curtains,


other


extra expense and are


similar


billed


items.


Utilities


with the rent.


Married student areas are as follows:


CORRY


AND SCHUCHT MEMORIAL


VILLAGES,


modern


brick.


concrete


and


wood


construction.


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apartments similar in construction, furnishings, and


equipment to those in Corry and Schucht


Villages.


Special features include a community building with


conditioned


study-meeting


room,


and


study


cubicle in each two-bedroom apartment.
MAGUIRE VILLAGE and UNIVERSITY VILLAGE


SOUTH


consists


348


centrally


heated


and


conditioned
Community
community
furnished


one


and


facilities


room.


but


are


two-bedroom


include


Individual
carpeted.


laundry


apartments


The


apartments.


and


are


kitchens


not
are


equipped with stove and refrigerator.
TANGLEWOOD MANOR APARTMENTS, located


approximately


1/4


miles


south


the


central


campus, consists of 208 furnished and unfurnished


efficiency,
bedroom


one


bedroom,


townhouse


units.


two


This


bedroom,


luxury


complex was recently purchased by the


and


two


apartment
University.


units


are


carpeted,


centrally


heated,


and


conditioned.


units


have


disposals


and


two


bedroom units have dishwashers.


All one and two


bedroom


units


have


one


and


one-half


baths.


Community facilities include a large recreation hall,
laundry facilities, and two swimming pools.
Off-Campus Housing: The Off-Campus Housing Office


maintains


extensive


listings


apartments,


houses,


rooming units, trailers, and trailer park lots offered for


rent to students,


faculty


or staff members.


This office


compiles


annual


comprehensive


list


apartment complexes, rooming houses and trailer


major
parks


accepted by it for referral.
request to anyone who ha


This


list will be sent upon


s completed a


"Request for


Assistance" with Off-Campus Housing. In addition to the






Office. A free


handbook for those


planning to


live off


campus is available at the Off Campus Housing Office.

Office for Student Financial Affairs

The Office for Student Financial Affairs functions as a


resource


agency


students


who


need


help


identifying and applying for financial assistance to meet
college expenses. Staff counselors are available to assist
students in budgeting their finances and to explain the
various types of financial assistance that are available. In
order to assess need of applicants on an equitable basis,


the


University


Florida


participates


the


College


Scholarship Service of the College Entrance Examination
Board. Inquiries or applications for student financial aid


and


scholarship


awards


should


addressed


the


Director, Student Financial Affairs, 23 Tigert Hall.


Financial


Aid


(scholarships,


loans,


grants,


and


employment) is awarded as a


"package"


in response to


application


submitted


between


November


and


February


28 each year.


While applications are accepted


after February 28, the quantity and quality of aid is often
affected by late application.


Scholarships:


Scholarships


are


available


limited


numbers and within fund limitations. Awards are given
to applicants on the basis of academic excellence, good


character,


leadership


and


financial


need.


Additional


awards
directly.


are


made


Hence,


donors


students


who


are


select


urged


the


recipient


consult


the


resources of their home community,


civic clubs, service


organizations, and county educators.
Employment: Employment is available to students on a
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Student Financial Affairs


located in Room


109


, Building E.


Loans: Loans for full-time students are available in two


forms:


Federal,


long-term


and


loans


State


(including


programs);


University


and


small,


of Florida,
emergency


short-term


loans.


Grants: Grants using federal funds are awarded,


within


fund


limitations,


to those


students whose financial


need


qualifies them for consideration. Applications are not made


for a grant as such


student


financial


but awardees are selected from


applications


submitted


during


the
the


regular application dates shown above. Exceptions to this
rule are the Federal Basic Opportunity Grant and the State


Student


Assistance


Grant.


Applications


these


two


programs must be submitted directly to the State and/or


Federal


Office of Education.


Awards: Awards are made to students in recognition of
exceptional achievement in various fields of student life. In


some


instances,


these awards


may


be cash


grants.


Estimated Expenses based upon
an Academic Year of Three Quarters*


Single Student
Living
On Campus Off Campus


Married Student
With No Children **


Registration
Books and
Room


Fee**


Supplies


$615
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very


general


expenses


estimates


vary


$200


not


depending


unusual


individual


circumstances.


** Fees


$120


graduate


more


per


students
academic


are


approximately


year.


Fees


non-Florida


Residents


are


approximately


$1080


more per academic year.
*** Housing expenses should be adjusted downward


campus


housing is


utilized.


Wayne Reitz Union


The J


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Reitz Union is the community


center of


the University


- for students, faculty, staff, alumni and


visitors. It is designed to serve the University community


through


facilities,


services


and


programs.


The


Reitz


Union is governed by a Board of Managers consisting of
eight students and six faculty.


1967


opened.


music
Crafts
library
tennis,


the new


Among


listening
Center,


games


public


the


rooms,


. Wayne
facilities


two


photographic


area


telephones,


Reitz


and


Union


services


gallery


dark


bowling,


information


building


offered


Arts


areas,


rooms,
billiards


desk,


was
are
and


browsing


and


table


passenger


and


ride


wanted


bulletin


boards,


display


cases,


barber


shop


Union Store


, talent and band file. A large ballroom


auditorium


and


conference


and


meeting


rooms


are


available


use


University


organizations.


Guest


rooms are available for official


guests of the


University,


guests of students


, faculty,


staff,


and alumni.


The


Student


Activities


Center


Room


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Student Government Productions,


Omicron Delta Kappa,


and


the


Council


Traffic Court and the


of International


Organizations


Honor Court also occupy


. Student
space on


the third


floor.


The


Activities


administrative


time


personnel


Desk


business


the


handles


student


Activities


great


deal


organizations.


Desk


provide


the
Full
the


following


written
referral


services
materials,


agency


student


applications


through


which


organizations:


distribute


literature;


traffic


screened


and


directed to student organizations; offer information about


student organizations such as an organization's


functions,


current


activities,


membership


purpose,
require-


ments; operate a telephone answering service for student


organizations


seven


days


week;


and


maintain


centralized area


for mail


distribution.


addition


Desk


the


the


Student


multiple
Activities


services
Center


the


Activities


equipped


handle art work and graphic printing. Individual students


as well


the


members of


assistance


student


professional


organizations can


staff


obtain


artist


techniques,


ideas


includes equipment


and
and


designs
supplies


printing


mimeographing


service
, ditto,


xeroxing


and


other


methods


graphic


reproduction


Also located in this area are typewriters


and


telephones


student


designed


use.


The


specifically


student


the


needs


Activities


and


Center


convenience


the


many


students


serves.


The


Reitz


Union,


through


the


leadership of the


Board


Managers


and


the


professional


staff,


provides


cultural
entire


speakers,


social


campus.


fine


and


recreational


Specifically


arts


the


programs,


program


Reitz
print


open


Union
sales,


the


schedules
receptions,






facilities for relaxing, reading, and meeting with friends.


wide


range


activities


including


sculpturing


ceramics


, woodworking


copper tooling, and weaving are


offered
Center.


to students


Other


the


recreational


Reitz


Union


facilities


Arts


include


and
the


Crafts
Music


Listening Room


the


Browsing Library


and the


uniquely


designed


Area


Constans


contains


sixteen


Theater.


bowling


The


lanes,


Union' s


nineteen


Games
billiard


tables,


table tennis,


and a


games courtyard.


A spacious


ballroom can


segmented


into


nine separate


areas for


meetings,


banquets,


or dancing.


The Reitz Union maintains a barber shop


, Union store,


snack


bar,


cafeteria,


and


dining


hall


For


guests


excellent


overnight room


accommodations


are


available


weekend check


cashing service


is also offered for the


convenience
University.


the


faculty


, staff,


and


students


the


The


Reservations


Office schedules


events


taking


place


the


obtaining
occasions


the


Reitz


most


Union


and


suitable


assists
space


organizations


types


functions.


, from small meetings to large social


COUNSELING AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES

The Psychological and Vocational Counseling Center


The


Psychological


and


Vocational


Counseling


Center,


located
services


311


Little


students


services for faculty


and


Hall,
and
staff.


provides
spouses


free
and


counseling
consultation


Service


and


is staffed


wrnVlr


Staff:
group


individuals


The


University
professional


onAt


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Counseling


psychologists


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assist


the


individual


become


more


effectively


functioning person.


addition


staff


professionally


trained


psychological


counselors,


the


Center


maintains


up-to-date occupational library for student and staff use,


and
the


provides 1
evaluation


psychological


testing facilities


individual's


interests,


assist


aptitudes,


abilities,


and


personality.


Consultation:


fulfilling


consultative


role,


the


professional


desirous


staff


working


the
with


Counseling
faculty


Center


and


staff


most


having


intimate and continuing contacts with students and their


problems.


Joint


consultations


are


held


with


individual


staff


members


regarding student


difficulties.


The


staff


also


works


with


residence


hall


staff,


academic advisors, and faculty to develop more effective


techniques for helping students


Discussion leadership is


also provided for community


groups


faculty groups, and


other


helping


agencies.


Training


and


Research:


Specialized


training


facilities


are


maintained


advanced


graduate


students


appropriate


academic


areas,


and


research


projects


designed to evaluate and improve the counseling process


are


undertaken


by the professional


staff.


Utilization: All enrolled students and their spouses are


eligible to use the services of the Center free of


charge.


Faculty


and


staff


are


encouraged


make


referrals


individual


students


consult


with


the


professional


staff regarding


counseling


assistance


Appointments can


made


by telephone or


coming to the center.


Student Mental Health Service






University
whenever


are
the


eligible


need


and


arises


welcome


The


use


student's


this


service


relationship


with


professional


staff


member


confidential.


For


extended treatment a minimal charge


may be


assessed.


Service


permanent
professions


and


Staff:


staff


The


Mental


representing


psychiatry,


Health
major


psychology,


Service
mental


social


work


has


health
. and


psychiatric nursing.


Utilizations:


A student


can obtain assistance


from


the


Mental


Health


Service


8:30 and 3:30 p.m


applying


person


Monday through. Friday in


between
the south


wing


the


Infirmary


telephoning


appointment.


The


availability


professional


staff


members


emergency
weekends


situations


provided


arising


through


the
the


evening
Student


and


Health


Service


392-1161.


Reading and Study Skills Center


Any


enrolled


undergraduate


graduate


student


eligible


receive


specialized


assistance


through


the


Reading and Study


Skills Center.


Individualized help is offered to all interested students


the


habits,


areas


spelling,


reading


and


rate


and


vocabulary


comprehension
improvement.


, study
Special


emphasis


is placed


upon


preparation


national


tests


(GRE, LSAT, etc.) when requested by the student


. There


are no fees


, outside assignments


grades or course credit


given.
Attendance is voluntary,


of the student,


and may


arranged
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at the


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research.
students


remediation


Training


the
are


programs


techniques


also


teachers
reading


operation.


and


graduate


diagnosis


connection


and
with


these training programs some elementary and secondary


school


referrals


are


seen


an occasional


basis.


Offices of the Center are located in S.W


Broward Hall


and are open


during regular daytime class


periods


The Speech and Hearing Clinic


The


Speech


Speech
offers


and


Hearing


services,


Clinic


of the


without


Department


charge,


any


University student who has a speech or hearing disorder.
This assistance is available at any time during the year


and


therapy


sessions


are


adjusted


individual


schedules.


Arrangements for


diagnostic or rehabilitative


services can
& Sciences


administrative
Services in


speech
cerebral
foreign
speech


be made
Building.


by the student in


Referrals are


personnel,


Lclude


therapy,
palsied
accent,
training


and


speech


articulatory


speech


cleft


hearing
hearing


Room


invited


residence


and


from


hall


hearing


disorders,


palate


therapy,


voice


speech,


auditory


conservation,


436


Arts


faculty,


staff.
evaluation,
disorders,
stuttering,


training,


hearing


orientation.


In addition to these


services,


the


Speech and


Hearing


Clinic s
training


erves as


a laboratory


speech


and


pathologists and audiologists.


center


hearing


for the


clinicians,


These specialized


professional


speech
training


facilities are maintained for graduate students under the


direction of the


professional


staff.


The


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services


at-~ n


the


Speech


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Clinic


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medical


services


which


includes


primary


medical


care,


preventive


medicine,


health


education,


health


screening


programs and mental health consultation and counseling


These services


the


university


are


. An


available


appointment


full-time
advance


students


will


always


save time


and avoid


delays


call 392-1190.


The


service consists of


out-patient


clinic


and


bed


in-patient


unit


staffed


physicians


nurses,


psychologists,


laboratory


and


x-ray


technicians


and


supporting


personnel.


housed


the


Infirmary,


which


The


is centrally
emergency


located on


clinic


the campus.


staffed


seven


days


week


from 8 a.m.


to midnight by physicians and nurses. After


midnight
Infirmary
indicated.


Ambulance


call
will


392-1161
provide


Ambulance


Service


and


the


assistance


service


372-3454


duty. nurse


and/or


available


. If


you


the


referral


from


live


Alachua
campus


and


need


transportation,


call


the


University


Police


Department


392-1111.


The


service


unit


the


Hillis


Miller


Health


Center
Health


with


Colleges


Related Professions


Medicine,


. The


facilities


Nursing,


of the


and


Health


Center are available by consultation and referral through


the Student


allergy,


Health
minor


Service


surgery,


. Specialty


orthopedics,


clinics are offered


and


women s


health


care.


The health fee is a part of the registration fee


. The fee


covers


ordinary


out-patient


visits.


Minimal


charges


are


made on a fee for service basis for


medications.


There


hospitalization


also


daily


Infirmary


The


the


tests,
room


x-rays and


charge


student


health


insurance plan is designed to provide coverage for those


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outside


the


hospital


the clinics of the


. Charges
teaching


services


hospital


are


physicians


based


the


patient'


Income.


When a student is referred to the Health Center clinics


by the


Student Health


Physicians for consultation,


most


of the charges are absorbed by the student's insurance if
the student is covered.


Hospitals:


Whereas


the


University


infirmary


available only to enrolled students,


the Shands


Teaching


Hospital


the


hospitalization


University


patients


Medical


only


upon


Center
referral


offers
from


practicing


circumstances


physician
patients


Room


physicians


such


cannot


may


and


admitted to


the


very


located


cared


circumstances


the


hospital


. The


state.
acute


and


the


warrant
Alachua


emergency


illness


serious
Shands


they


General


when


accidents,
Emergency


may


Hospital


is available to any person in the county who is under the


care of
of the
Florida


one of its staff members.


hospital


open


The


acutely


Emergency


patients.


hospital


Regional Hospital is a new private


Room
North


that


available;


however


does


not


have


formal


emergency


service.


Insurance:


The


Student


Government


sponsors


excellent inexpensive health and accident insurance plan


for all


students


. For


additional


charge


this


plan


can


extended


cover


the


student's


dependents.


Information can


be obtained


in the Student Government


Office


and


Dental


the


Care:


Infirmary.
number of


dentists


the


Gainesville


area


offer


dental


care


. The


School


Dentistry


will


accepting


students


as patients.


Pharmacies:


The


University


Infirmary


Pharmacy






Infirmary Pharmacy at usual costs if the drug is normally


stocked


by the


Pharmacy.


The


Hillis


prescriptions


Miller


written


Health
patients


Center
of that


Pharmacy
Center.


fills


There


are also a number of pharmacies close to the


University


which


will


pharmacies


establish


are


charge accounts for students


open


hours


daily


and


. Some
deliver


medication to the


home.


OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

Public Functions Office


The


Reitz


Public
Union,


Functions


Office


service


located


and


G-72


coordinating


the


office


responsible to the Office of University


clearing


house


non-academic


the


campus


scheduling
activities


and


Relations.
arranging


the


It is


purpose


publicizing


activities


and


avoiding


scheduling


conflicts.


(For additional


policy information,


see


Section


The


University


Activities


Calendar


maintained


this office
meetings,


All non-academic campus activities, including


should


registered


advance


this


calendar. All events open to the University community


such as concerts, lectures


committee


approval


dances
before


- must be submitted


being


placed


the


Calendar.


Services offered by the


Public Functions Office include


information


booking


attractions,


available


campus


facilities,


technical


requirements.


The


services,


Reitz


Union


and


Box


other
Office


production


where


campus organizations may sell tickets is also operated by
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Engineering, Law,


the


Institute of Food and Agricultural


Sciences,


the


Hillis


Miller


Health


Cener,


the


Departments


Yonge


facilities
tration;


Chemistry


Laboratory


have


and


School.


been


Journalism


Music,


addition,


provided


and


and


the


reading


Business


Communications;


room


Adminis-
Physical


Education, Health and Recreation; and the residence hall
areas.


The


cataloged


holdings


volumes


the
and


libraries


large


number
number


over


1,630,000


uncataloged


documents and newspapers. Many of the materials are in
the form of microfilm and microcards. Among the special


collections
Collection.


the


the
'. K


library


Belknap


system


are


Collection


the
the


Rare


Book


Performing


Arts,


the


Yonge


Library


Florida


History,


the


Marjorie


Kinnan Rawlings Collection,


and the Collection


Creative


Writing.


Special


emphasis


has


been


placed


upon strengthening the


holdings for the


Latin


American


Area


Studies


Program,


especially


the


West


Indies


and


the Caribbean


areas.


Library East is designed primarily to accommodate the


needs


undergraduates.


Carrels


cubicles


are


provided in the stack rooms and are relatively free from


distractions


The


Library
tables.


rooms


East


Library


but


there


West


are


better meets the


are


more


needs of


less


spacious


individual


graduate


desks


than
and


students.


Centers
Libraries


reference


East


and


service


West.


The


are


located


major


both


collection


bibliographies and reference books is located on the first


floor


Library


West


with


librarians


available


give


assistance.


There


are


coin


operated


photocopying


machines






colleges


and


schools


observe


similar


schedule,


with


some


variations.


Handbook,


GETTING


AROUND


YOUR UNIVERSITY


OF FLORIDA LIBRARIES


, provides


helpful


and


necessary


information


loan


regulations


and special services.


Picture


ID's


are


needed


check


out


books


and


overdue fines accrue at the rate of 25 cents per day per


book with


a maximum


of $5.00 per


book.


Some


Although


the


the


residence


periodicals


halls
and


also


books


have
are


libraries.
necessarily


limited


, these libraries offer students special facilities for


studying.


Broward,


Graham,


Hume,


Jennings,


Tolbert,


Murphree and


Yulee residence areas each


have a study


lounge


and


residence


library


The


study


areas


can


used
only


around


during


the


the


clock.


hours


Library


the


student


facilities


are


librarian


available


duty,


usually


7-10


p.m.


or as posted.


All areas except Murphree have lounges on each


which


can


used for studying.


Murphree


has


floor
study


lounge in Buckman Co-op in addition


to the


library


area


Murphree


Hall.


University Food Service


Food


three


Service


snack


halls and


food


University


provides


bars


classrooms
reasonable


provide


facilities


locations
. Students


cafeterias


convenient


are


prices.


well-prepared


offered


the
food


and


residence


high


policy


the


quality


the


lowest


possible cost.


Students


may


effect a savings


participating


the


voluntary aunarterlv meal nlan which offers three meals a





discount


the


5-day


plan.


Students


may


subscribe


the


after


meal


the


plan


at the


quarter


beginning


begins


each


pro-rated


quarter
weekly


join


basis.


Meal plans may be used at any of the six cafeterias and


snack


bars.


Some


students


prefer the


Meal


Coupon


Books,


which


aid as a


"budgeting helper"


. These booklets of


coupons


are


worth


$15.00


and


may


used


any


the


cafeterias and
Information
Books or cards


snack


the


bars on


Food


campus.


Service


Meal


Plan,


Coupon


, can be obtained at the Food Service Office,


160


Food


Wayne
service


Reitz


areas


Union.


are


located


follows:


Wayne


Reitz Union Cafeteria


, Co-ed Club (Broward Hall), Hume


Snack


Bar


Snack Bar,


and
and


Cafeteria
Graham


, Rathskellar
Snack Bar.


Cafeteria


Tolbert


Mail Service


U.S


mail is delivered daily to on-campus housing and


offices.
located


federal


near


post


campus


office,


1630


University


N.W.


First


Station,
Avenue.


24-hour automated


post


office


located


on North-South


Drive across the street from the Graham Area Residence
Halls.


The Campus Shop and Bookstore


The


Campus


Shop


and


Bookstore


owned


and


operated


by the


University


as a self-sustaining auxiliary


service. Its purpose is to supply students with textbooks,


supplies
courses.


materials


also


and


offers


equipment


variety


necessary


merchandise


their


desired






During


the


first


two


weeks


the


quarter,


the


Bookstore does not normally buy back used texts because


of the rush period


It is best to sell all texts


back to the


Bookstore at the end of the term after book lists for the


up-coming
departments.


If the


book


term


have


saleable


been


received


condition


and


from


will


the


used


the following quarter,


and if the inventory requirements


have not been filled, it will be purchased by the Campus
Shop.


Hardback


retail
retail


price
price.


texts


and


are


bought


paperbacks


60%


33%


the


of the


current
current


new
new


Other Services:


Services


include


$15


check


cashing


limit, or $5 over the amount


of purchase at the register


and


$25


over


the


amount


purchase


during


the


first


week of class; four qualified notary publics at no charge;
class rings and graduation announcements; special order
service for books and merchandise; orders for laminating


certificates,


diplomas,


and


photos


wood


bases;


magazine subscriptions at special student rates; and art,


architecture,


and


engineering sales departments.


Campus


Shop


and


Bookstore


branches


are


located


the


following


areas:


Main


Store


the


HUB,


Broward


Hall Shop, Health Center Shop in MSB,


Towers Shop


Beaty


Towers


and


the


Reitz


Union


Shop.


Student Accounts


The


Office


Student


Accounts


located


the


HUB


serves as the central receiving office for student fees and
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University Police Department


The


University


Police


Department


has


responsibilities


similar to police departments in a comparably sized city.
This includes the physical protection of the citizenry and


community


property


well


the


apprehension


and


referral of law violators to appropriate disposition courts.


The


department


severity


. Certain


considers


each


violations


offense


civil


law


light


occurring


campus which may also be violations of the


Florida
action


regulations


to the


may


University


referred


Committee


University of
appropriate


Student


Conduct


or to


the Student


Honor Court.


The


procedures


used


the


apprehension,


detention,


and investigation


charges


against


accused


person


are


identical


communities.


the


The


accepted


rights


the


practices
accused


used


are


other


respected.


He/


she is informed that he/she does not have to answer


self-incriminating
counsel in felony


questions;


cases


that


he/she


so requested;


that


may have
he/she has


the


right


face


his/her


accusers;


that


the


burden


proof of guilt rests with the accuser


and that he/she will


not be subjected to unlawful entry and search of his/her


living


quarters.


Parking is one of the major concerns of the


University


Police Department.


The University has over


1500 campus


visitors
campus


daily,


bringing


approximately


the


total


35,000.


daily


Because


population


this


mobile


population


confined


less


than


three


mile


area,


traffic


problems


similar


those


encountered


any


metropolitan area


must


dealt with


Other


Department


responsibilities


include


the


maintaining


the


University
Information


Police
Booth






University


Medical


transportation


Center.


furnished


general
campus


rule


this


residents;


however,
furnish


special


transportation


occasions


the


department


students


who


will
live


off-campus.


UPD


also transports


monies from


numerous


university


departments to


local


banks


Constant


buildings


security


and


facilities


maintained
Department


officers


university
routinely


patrol
areas,


the
and


married


student


the fraternity


and


villages,


sorority


the


residence


housing


hall


locations.


Security


Officer


also


maintained


the


Medical


Center to deal with


special


problems which


may


arise.


Alumni Affairs


The


Office


campus,
individual


Alumni


providing
colleges,


Affairs


services


and


the


integral


students


part


faculty


and


University.


With funds derived from


annual


alumni


contributions,


the


headquarters


the


University


Florida


Alumni


Association


provides the


margin


excellence


many


vital


areas


the


University


. Annual


projects include student scholarships,


Giving


restricted


Program
gifts for


each


college,


Program,
faculty.


Alumni


the


and


Affairs


Distinguished


salary


offers


supplement


new


Visiting
s for


students


Professors
outstanding


copy


GAINESVILLE


NUTSHELL,


sponsors


campus


hosting


service


organization


called


the


Cicerones,


and


assists with


parts of Homecoming.


Alumni Affairs


Day


helps support Legislative


funds the UNIVERSITY


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who


have


the


been


Alumni
enrolled


Association


UF


the


students


well as friends of the University who make a contribution


to the


Annual


Giving


Program.


The Office of Alumni Affairs


located on the ground


floor of the J


Wayne


Reitz


Union.


Religious Centers and Campus Ministers


Religious


Centers


sponsored


many


the


major


faiths and denominations are located near the University


campus
variety


. In


addition


cultural


worship


, educational,


services,


social,


and


they


offer


community


service activities.
The programs of the religious centers are intended


provide


both


students


and


faculty


with


the


opportunity


identifying


with


their


religious


heritage


and


developing
especially


deeper
related


understanding


their


academic


their


work,


faith,


and


campus,


national,


and


world responsibilities.


Although


officially


the


with


the


religious


University


centers


there


are
are


not


many


connected


areas


which the University and the religious centers cooperate


The


religious


centers


are


staffed


professional


and


trained


personnel


who


are


students and staff for personal


available
counseling


University


. Any


student


interested in pastoral counseling is invited to contact the


University


Coordinator


Religious


Activities


368


JWRU


Ombudsman Service


This


service


designed


assist


students


who


have


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Independent
Florida Alligator
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CONTENTS


Student Government


Student Organizations


and


Student Organizations


Activities
Directory


Sororities


and


Fraternities


Leadership
Honorary


Societies


Scholastics


Honorary


and


Professional


Groups


Other Interest Groups
Intercollegiate Athletics


Intramurals








STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Student government is a cooperative organization based
on mutual confidence among the student body, the faculty,
and the administration. Considerable authority has been
granted the Student Body at the University of Florida for
the regulation and conduct of student life. The criterion in
granting authority to the Student Body has been the
disposition of students to accept responsibility
commensurate with the authority granted.
Each student at the University of Florida is a part of
student self-government. Student Government leaders as
elected representatives of the student body maintain close
cooperation with the administration and faculty who show
their support and respect for Student Government.
The University of Florida faculty and staff feels that
training in acceptance of responsibility for the conduct of
student life at the University is a valuable part of the
educational growth of the individual student. The Student
Body is a body politic, occupying its franchise under grant
from the Board of Regents and subject to its continued
approval.
While student self-governing activities serve as a
learning experience and training ground for future leaders,
the primary purpose of Student Government is to provide
for the necessities of the campus community. Officials of
Student Government serve on many university committees
and provide representation through which all students may
express their needs, suggestions, or grievances. Student
Government is more than an organization of students
presiding over the entire student body, it is a series of
governments very similar in relationship to our federal,
state. and local governments





Cabinet and staff.


The Cabinet members are in charge of


special


services


and


projects


sponsored


Student


Government.
The Student Body President signs all measures passed


by the


Legislative


Branch


He/she has the power to call


special meetings of the


Legislative


Branch


has the veto


power subject to legislative review


and can require written


interpretation
affecting the


the


Student


Honor


Court


any


measures


Body.


The


Vice


administrative


President


head


the


the


cabinet


Student


and


Body


carries


out


the
the


duties


and


powers of the


President in his/her absence.


The


Treasurer


the


Student


Body


keeps


complete


accounts of all Student Body Funds on deposit and signs all
requisitions of funds on order from the Legislative Branch.
The treasury source of the student body is a portion of the
activity and service fee paid by all students at the time of
registration.


The


Legislative


Branch


comprised


unicameral


Student


Senate.


The


Senate


composed


elected


representatives


from


segments


campus


based


population and geography


There are representatives from


every school and


college on


campus.


The remainder are


elected on a population basis from the various living areas
both on campus and off-campus. Some representatives are
elected in the Fall Quarter and the remainder in the Spring
Quarter.


Within


the


Student


Senate


are


many


committees


and


subcommittees.


The


Student


Senate


committees


investigate, recommend legislation, apportion funds


and,


perform


functions


required


conduct


representative


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student's conduct


him/herself.


(See


Section


136)


As a supreme court,


the


Honor Court is empowered to


pass judgment on legislation and contested elections. It is


also


empowered


interpret


the


Student


Body


Constitution,


and


has


the


added


responsibility


informing all students of the purpose and principles of the


Honor


System.


The


Chancellor


the


Honor


Court


and


Justices


representing each of the schools and colleges on campus


are elected by the


student


body.


The second court in the Judicial Branch is the Student


Traffic Court.


The Chief Justice is elected by the student


body and must be a law student.


The


Traffic Court accepts


payment


fines


hearings for contested


parking
tickets.


violations,


and


conducts


Several


organizations


exist


autonomously


from


the


central level of student government but may operate from


funds directly allocated by student government


may


make


special


requests


for funds


the


All groups
Legislative


Branch


of Student Government.


The


Interhall


Council


composed


representatives


from the residence halls on campus. The president of each
hall council serves as the representative to this council plus


one more elected from each residence hall.


The purpose of


the Interhall Council is to provide an


organization


which


serves as a channel of communication between Residence


Area


Councils,


Student


Government,


and


the


Student


Housing Office,


well


coordinating


individual


Area


Council activities and representing the collective interests


of all residents.


The voting membership of the


Interhall


Council consists of two representatives from


each of the


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President,


Administrative


Vice


President,


Treasurer,


Secretary, Administrative Assistant, two faculty advisors,


Assistant


Dean


Student


Services,


and


four


representatives


from


the


geographic


areas


which


fraternity houses are located.


The IFC Office is located in


room


326,


JWRU.


The


Panhellenic Council is the


governing


body


of the


social sororities. Its purposes are the promotion of a high
plane of sorority life, the furthering of sound scholarship,


cooperation
standards,


with


and


the


the


University


discussion


maintaining


questions


high


interest.


Each


sorority


has


two


elected


representatives


and


the


chapter president on the Council, and


the officers


rotate


among


the


sororities.


Assistant


Dean


Student


Services serves as sorority advisor.


The Panhellenic Office


located in 322 JWRU.


Married Students: Each married student village elects a


mayor


and


specific


number


resident


representatives


form


the village commission.


The


village


commissioners


represent


the


residents


or their


district


buildings


regularly scheduled commission meetings presided over by


the mayor
residents'


council
general


The village mayors relate and represent village


interest,


and


opinion,


secretary


decision


making


and


married


body


intent


student


of student


through


mayor's


affairs


the


government.


The Council of International Organizations [CIO] is the


policy-making


body


and


coordinating


agency


several international student organizations on campus


the
The


CIO Office


located in


301


JWRU.


As in any system of composite governments,


there are


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STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

Student organizations and activities are regarded as an


integral


part


the


total


educational


program


the


University


of Florida.


Therefore, to warrant existence and recognition


campus


organizations


academic,
University


and


activities


recreational,


must


cultural


contribute


the
the


climate


It is for this reason that the University reserves


the right to charter all organizations and requires that they


function


accordance


with their charters.


order


comply


with


the


University's


total


commitment to nondiscrimination, no student organization
constitution or other organizational document may include
discriminatory clauses pertaining to race, creed, color, sex,


or national


origin.


apply


spokesman


Director


the


University


group


Reitz


registration,


should


Union


who


contact
serves


the


student
Assistant


advisor


student organizations.


The responsibility for establishing


policy concerning organizations and activities is vested in
the Committee on Student Organizations. (See Section V)


There


are


over


two


hundred


student


organizations


registered at the University of Florida in addition to social


fraternities


and


sororities.


Among


these


are


vocational


clubs


, hobby clubs


and special interest groups to benefit


students.
Sixty honorary and professional groups are also available


which


require


certain


scholarly


and


professional


achievements


membership.


are


intended


additional
fellowship,


means
extend


broaden


education,


leadership opportunities


encourage


and


provide


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registered campus organizations


Copies may be obtained


at the


Student Activities


Desk,


. Wayne


Reitz


Union.


Sororities and Fraternities


Sororities


and


fraternities


segment of student organizations.


and


fraternities


the


campu


represent


There are
s. These


important
sororities


organizations


exist to


promote


good


fellowship


, scholarship,


character


enrichment, and provide a small group living environment.


All social fraternities and


sororities at


the


University


Florida are open to members of all races, religions, creeds,


and


national


origins.


Freshmen


students


are


under


contract to live in university residence halls and, therefore,


not


eligible


live


in sorority


or fraternity


houses.


SORORITIES: Seventeen women's
established chapters at the University


social sororities have
. Thirteen have built


chapter


houses,


two


live


in apartments,


and


two


live


other housing arrangements.


These living quarters serve as


the


center


the


activities


the


individual


sororities.


Primary jurisdiction


in sorority


matters


vested


the


Panhellenic


Council


The


chapters


the


University


Florida


are


Alpha


Chi


Omega,


Alpha


Delta


Alpha


Epsilon Phi, Alpha Omicron Pi,


Chi


Omega,


Delta Delta


Delta,


Delta


Gamma,


Delta


Phi


Epsilon,


Kappa


Alpha


Theta, Kappa Delta, Mu Gamma Phi, Phi Mu, Phi Sigma
Sigma, Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Kappa, Zeta Phi Beta, and Zeta
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Typical sorority membership costs include the following:


Pledge Fee
Initiation Fee


Dues
Meals


$10 to $50
$30 to $115


$5 to $17 per month
$40 to $75 per month


Quarter room rent


$117 to $135


These


figures


are


only


guide


what


might


expected.
particulars


Specific


may


costs


obtained


each
from 1


sorority


the


vary


Pnahellenic


and
Rush


Chairman or the individual sororities. Students should ask


specific


questions


concerning


financial


obligations


and


other commitments


before


pledging


a sorority.


Sororities are governed by the Pnahellenic Council which
coordinates intersorority activities and service projects and


establishes


and


regulations


initiation


pertaining


Ecouragement


rushing,


high


pledging,
scholastic


achievement is also a substantial part of their philosophy


FRATERNITIES:


Twenty-seven


national


social


frater-


cities for men have established chapters at the University.


The national fraternities


at the


University


of Florida are


Apha Epsilon Pi, Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Tau Omega,
Beta Theta Pi, Delta Chi, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Upsilon,
Kappa Alpha, Kappa Alpha Pi, Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Phi,


Sigma Alpha Epsilon,


Sigma Chi,


Sigma Nu,


Sigma Phi


Epsilon,


Tau Epsilon Phi,


Tau Kapa Epsilon,


Theta


Chi,


and


Omega Psi Psi.


Of the 27 fraternities on


houses


off-campus


Fraternity


houses


Row


(along


campu
(West


13th


maintain


Campus),


Street


and


chapter


maintain
University


Avenue), and two reside in


off-camnus accommodations.





Average


costs


fraternity


membership


are


approximately:


Pledge Fee
Initiation Fee


Dues and social fees


Meals


$20 to $25
$85 to $120


$25 to $30 per month
$65 to $70 per month


Quarter room rent


$90 to $135


Fraternities are regulated by the Interfraternity Council,
which functions to promote and maintain the goals of the


chapter


establishing


guidelines


and


participating


social service programs. IFC is composed of one delegate


from each fraternity


IFC regulations prohibit all forms of


hazing.


Interfraternity


Council


believes


that


fraternalism


nurtured


atmosphere


social


and


moral


responsibility,


principles. A
development


mutual
fraternity


of its


respect


has


and


solemn


loyalty


high


obligation


the


members


Leadership Societies


The


University


organizations:


Florida


Florida Blue


Key


has


four


Omicron


leadership


Delta


Kappa,


Mortar


Board


and


Savant-UF.


FLORIDA BLUE KEY


Florida Blue Key is a leadership,


honorary, and service organization.


Members are tapped


semi-annually


following


selection


active


Blue


Key


members on the basis of demonstrated leadership in some


field of co-curricular activity


A minimum 2.0 overall GPA


is required for selection, and completion of eight quarters
of college work, with at least five of them at the University
of Florida.


OMICRON DELTA


KAPPA:


Omicron


Delta


Kanna.


as






Members


must


have


distinguished


themselves


academically


and


in service


before entering ODK.


MORTAR


BOARD:


Mortar


Board


the


honorary


leadership, scholarship, and service organization for senior
women. Mortar Board members, who are chosen at the end


of their junior year,


must have a 3.0 overall


GPA.


They


must


and


have


proven


service


the


themselves
University.


outstanding


leadership


SAVANT-UF


Savant is the newest honor society to be


established


the


University


. Savant


French


word


referring to "persons in the know"


, and as an organization


is coeducational


in membership


recognizing


outstanding


leadership


and


service.


Honorary Scholastics

Four honorary scholastic fraternities at Florida formally


recognize


high


scholastic


accomplishments


University-wide basis


Two of them are Phi Eta Sigma, the


national
freshman


men s


freshman


male students who


point average or


higher


honor


fraternity


which


have achieved a 3.5


during their first


taps


honor


quarter of the


year


the


University;


and


Alpha


Lambda


Delta,


the


national women's honor society which recognizes women


who reach or exceed the 3.5


honor point average


in any


quarter or combination of quarters of their freshman year.


The


other


two


fraternities


are


Phi


Kappa


Phi


the


national


scholastic


honorary


society which


represents all


fields of study and which annually taps graduating seniors


and some juniors who are in the top


10 per cent of their


class;


and


Phi


Beta


Kappa,


whose


membership


outstanding scholars comes from the fields limited to the
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regional


accrediting


agency,


the


appropriate


professional accrediting agency


and which meets minimal


qualifications.


honor


society


must


receive


into


membership


individuals who achieve high scholarship and who fulfills


such


additional


requirements


distinction


general


leadership or in some broad field of education and culture


the


society


may


establish


elect


into


membership


regardless


organizations;


membership


confer membership


affiliation


solely


with


on the


other


basis


character and specified eligibility


limit selection to those


students


who


rank


among


the


highest


general


scholarship,


making whatever additional


requirements it


desires.
Professional Fraternities: A professional fraternity is a


specialized


body


which


confines


membership


specific
colleges
include


field
and
both


professional


universities.


men


and


Some


women


vocational


professional


their


education


fraternities


membership


and


some are exclusively


single sex.


Honorary
established


Delta


Sigma,


societies


the


men


and


University


advertising;


professional


Florida


Alpha


fraternities


include:
Epsilon


Alpha
Delta,


premedical; Alpha Kappa Delta, sociology; Alpha Kappa


Psi,


business;


Alpha


Lambda


Delta,


women's


freshmen


scholastic


honor society;


Alpha Phi Gamma,


journalism;


Alpha Pi Mu, engineering


Alpha Omega Alpha, medical;


Alpha


Sigma


Mu,


metallurgy


Alpha


Zeta,


agriculture;


Angel Flight, military; Arnold Air Society, military


Beta


Alpha Psi,


accounting;


Beta


Gamma Sigma,


commerce;


Block


Bridle,


animal


husbandry;


Delta


Epsilon,


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pharmacy; Kappa


Kappa Psi


band;


Kappa Psi,


professional pharmacy; Kappa Tau Alpha, honorary
journalism; Lambda Gamma Phi, preveterinary; Lambda
Tau, medical technology; Mortar Board, national senior
women's honor society; Omicron Delta Epsilon,
economics; Omicron Delta Kappa, national leadership;
Order of the Coif, law; Phi Alpha Delta, law; Phi Alpha
Theta, history; Phi Beta Kappa, scholarship; Phi Chi
Theta, women's business; Phi Delta Kappa, education; Phi
Delta Phi, legal; Phi Eta Sigma, freshman men's scholastic
honor society; Phi Kappa Phi, scholarship; Phi Mu Alpha,


music; Pi Kappa
education; Pi Sigma


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Lambda, music; Pi Lambda
Alpha, political science; Pi Tau
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mechanical engineering; rreproiessional Servi<
zation, premedical-predental; Rho Chi, pharmacy
Phi, pharmacy; Savant-UF, student leader
organization; Scabbard & Blade, military; Sig
Iota, music; Sigma Delta Chi, journalism; Sigma


Theta,
Sigma,
Organi-
Rho Pi


' service
ma Alpha
Delta Psi,


athletics; Sigma


Sigma Lan
Sigma, ph,
Sigma, tut
nursing; Ta
Beta Pi, er
Tau Sigma
journalism;
scholarship


nbda
ysics;
:oring


Gamma Epsilon, honorary
Chi, building construct
Sigma Tau, engineering


society;


Lu Alpha Sigma,
igineering; Tau


Delta, archit
University
; Xi Sigma


ectu
Sq


Sigm


i1


earth sciences;
on; Sigma Pi


g; S


ia Theta Tau,


;igma


Tau


honorary


pre-engineering honorary; Tau
Beta Sigma, women in band;
re; Theta Sigma Phi, women in
uires, men's leadership and


Pi, forestry.


Other Interest Groups


Recognition
confers memb


Societies:
ership in


anl nd a r-iinatnin in cr


: A recognition society is one which
recognition of a student's interest
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cy;


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opportunity
community.


serve


They


the University
include such


and s
groups


surrounding


the


Environmental Action Group, Florida Cicerones (a


"Gator


Greeters"
honorary
volunteer


hosting


service
worker


corps),


Gamma


organization),
s). the Pre


p .


Beta


Phi


Samson


Professions


coed


(community
il Service


Organization


(premedical


and


predental),


and


others.


Further information
be obtained at the


concerning these


Student


Activities


organizations


Desk


the


may
Reitz


Union.
Student Government Productions: Student Government
Productions selects, promotes, and produces cultural and
educational concerts, operas, plays, popular performers,
and rock festivals. SGP is composed of a student staff and
general chairman selected by the Public Functions
Authority. They are supported through funds from Student
Government and the proceeds of minimal admission fees
charged for performances.


Student Publications:


Student publications


are


run


students.


The


editors


and


student


managers


direct


the


day-to-day operations within the guidelines established by
their respective governing body. Some full-time personnel


also serve in


management and assistance positions.


Student publications are produced by the offset printing


process,


with


the


production,


except


printing,


being


accomplished by the student staffs. Experience in all areas


publishing


writing


and


editing,


layout


and


paste-up,


composition
advertising


, photography a
sales and design,


mnd
and


darkroom
general


techniques,


business


and


accounting-can


gained.


The


INDEPENDENT FLORIDA ALLIGATOR,


one


of the nation's best student newsnaners. is a nerennial





the best student quarterlies in the


U.S


. It publishes


outstanding UF student literary and illustrative work


company


with


the


creations


nationally


and


internationally renown artists


Its staff is open to any


interested undergraduate and any student can submit
his work.


Performing


Arts


Organizations:


Membership


these


groups is not limited to students majoring or studying the
particular arts. Participation and enjoyment of professional


quality


entertainment


open


students


and


the


general public. Students having an interest in or talent for
artistic expression or the ability and interest to assist with


production


are invited to


inquire


. Auditions and


tryouts


are sometimes


required.


Performing


Players,


arts


theatrical


organizations
organization;


include


the


University


Florida


Orchestra;


Men's and Women's Glee Clubs; University Choir; and the


Gator


Bands.


University


Religious Assocition:


The


URA


encourages


and


stimulates


discussion


religious


issues


and


cooperates with


affiliated religious agencies.


Religious


Lutheran


centers


Student


adjacent


Center,


Catholic Student Center,


the


the


the


Hillel


campus


are


Foundation,


Baptist Student Center,


the
the
the


Episcopal
Ministries,


Student
and the


Center,


University


the


Center


Methodist


United


Center.


In addition to these centers, there are over 60 churches


in Gainess
students.


/ille


Many offer special programs for University


These facilities are listed in the yellow pages of


the Gainesville phone directory.


Although


officially


the


with


the


religious


University,


centers


there


are
are


not


many


connected


areas in





and


intersectional


opponents


nine


inter-collegiate


sports.


Florida,


member


the


Southeastern


Conference,


fields athletic teams in football


, basketball, cross country,


baseball,


track


, golf,


tennis,


wrestling,


and swimming.


Physical facilities include


Florida Field stadium


with a


seating ca
completely


pacity


equipped


61,000,
varsity


two baseball d
tennis stadium,


diamonds, a
swimming


pool, running track


two football practice fields, an 18-hole


championship


golf


course,


and


Florida


Gymnasium


- a


facility which houses ample dressing and training rooms,
weight rooms, meeting rooms, four practice courts, and the


7,200 capacity varsity


court.


Women's
gymnastics,


Intercollegiate


golf,


swimming,


Athletics


tennis,


are


offered


track and field


. The


program


operated


under


the


Association


Intercollegiate


Athletics for


Women.


INTRAMURALS


The


University of Florida has one of the most actively


supported


sports


and


best


schedules


organized


the


country


campus


. The


recreation


Intramural


and


Sports


Program is composed of athletic leagues for students from


the


residence


halls


fraternities


and


sororities,


college


units,


and


independent student


groups.


The i
archery,


ntramural
barbell,


program
chess,


sponsors
cricket,


such


activities


handball


golf,


gymnastics,


judo,


jujitsu,


karate,


modern


dance,


sailing, soccer, square dance, synchronized swim,


rugby,
tennis,


volleyball,


water skiing,


and


weight


lifting.


Intraclub competition and competition between schools


is encouraged


facilities and


uipment


being


furnished


I


f


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equipment
follows:


might


used.


Available


facilities


are


ACTIVITY
Archery
Badminton
Basketball


Chess
Cricket
Fencing
Free Play,
Football,


NUMBER


(Softball,
Etc.)


Gymnastics
Handball


Judo
Karate
Modern D;
Sailing
Soccer
Square Dal
Swimming


dance


8 boats
1


nce


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OF FACILITIES LOCATION
1 Broward Hall
1 Norman Gym
1 Florida Gym
2 Hume Area
1 Norman Gym
3 Perry Field
1 Florida Union
1 Fleming Field
1 Florida Gym


Hume
Norman Hall
Schnell Field
Upper Drill Fi
West of Stadiui
Florida Gym
Hume Hall
Murphree Area
Norman Hall
Florida Gym
Florida Gym
Women's Gym
Lake Wauburg
Fleming Field


Norman Gym
Florida Gym P
Broward & Gral
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Volleyball


Broward Hall
Fleming Field
Perry Field


Water Ski


2 boats


Lake


Wauburg


Weight Lifting


Florida


Gym


Basement


Wrestling


Florida


Gym


For


further


information


facilities,


equipment


competition


any


the


above


activities,


contact


the


Intramural Department,


229


Florida


Gym,


392-0581.














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