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Title: University record
Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: University of the State of Florida
University of Florida
Publisher: University of the State of Florida,
University of the State of Florida
Place of Publication: Lake city Fla
Publication Date: June 1969
Frequency: quarterly
regular
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Subject: College publications -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Universities and colleges -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Agricultural education -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
University extension -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1906)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Vol. 2, no. 1 (Feb. 1907) is misnumbered as Vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Title from cover.
General Note: Imprint varies: <vol. 1, no. 2-v.4, no. 2> Gainesville, Fla. : University of the State of Florida, ; <vol. 4, no. 4-> Gainesville, Fla. : University of Florida.
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bid you welcome to this


are here.


Our


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make your


stay here both rewarding and pleasant.


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institution


character


and


quality


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students


both


inside and


outside the


classroom.


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good


one.


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that you do so in all the many ways open to you.
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educational
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best


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make


many


choices,


some of which are hard


to decide upon without some


assistance.


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help and


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personal


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special


services,


counseling


portunities,
Those


and guidelines which are available to you.


various


offices


Student


Affairs


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aiding


in any


way


pos-


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and


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to take


advantage


various


services


hope,


provided


however


whenever


that


need
wait


them.


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counselors


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realizing


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mature


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INFORMATION


Introduction to
History of the


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University .


Standing
Academic
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University
Emphasis


Committees


Counseling


Resources


Academic Advisement


Personal


Counseling


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Dean of Men and Dean of Women


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Housing


Counselors


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University Counseling Center


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Mental


Health


Service


International


Center


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Ministerial
Laboratories


Counselors


and


Clinics


Reading La
Speech and


laboratory


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University Services for Students


Medical
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Services


Food Service


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and


Study


Areas


Student Financial Aid ..


Placement


Center


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Residence


Facilities


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Housing


Program


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Community Center


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UNIVERSITY POLICIES


AND


REGULATIONS


Policies


Pertaining


Organizations


Recognition


Organizations


Public


Functions


and


Lectures


Buildings and Properties
Reports and Financial Records


Scheduling


Events


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Activities


Provisions Regulating Freedom of Expression


Policy


Regarding Distribution of Printed Material


Use of Campus


Bulletin


Boards


University
Statement


Housing


Policy


Pertaining


Regarding Campu


Policies


to Speakers .
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Regulations


Housing


Policies


Off-Campus Housing


Housing


Regulations


Traffic and Safety


Regulations


Social


Regulations


Pertaining


to Organizations


Authorizations
Chaperones
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Extracurricular


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INTRODUCTION


TO


THE


UNIVERSITY


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The University of Florida is the largest and oldest


university
vironment


state.


the campus,


Within


semi-tropical


one will find


an institution


which nurtures through its educational climate the en-


during values of dignity


integrity, orderliness, and in-


dustry


Steeped in the traditions of learning, it values


individual


scholarly


quests


truth


and


meaning in


that


life.


concerns


ethical standards


itself with


are fundamental


the conviction
ingredients of


an educated man, and


that a college graduate should


only


intellectually,


also


aesthetically


and


socially


literate.


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University


Florida


university and land-grant college.


a combined


state


While its beginnings


back prior


Florida


admission


Union


1845,


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1853.


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University


Arts


and


of Florida's


Sciences---did


A few years later,


the sign-


of the


Morrill Act


President Abraham Lincoln


provided lands for state institutions of higher learning


which


would


promote


agriculture,


mechanical


and military science, resulting in the beginnings of the


College


Agriculture,


College


Engineering,


and the Agricultural Experiment Stations.


1905,


Florida


Legislature


took


a step


precedented in the history of education in any state by


passing
colleges


new
was


and


Buckman
provided


institutions,


one.


which


abolished


state


establishment


which


result


University


Act,


two


Florida


University


Florida officially opened on a new 571-acre Gainesville


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Allen,
Reitz


acting


president


(1955-1967)


and


(1953-1955
currently


President


Wayne
Stephen


O'Connell.


Now


in the


second


versity providing priceless
20,000 students annually, 1
moving with vigor and vis


century


as a land-grant uni-


opportunity for more than


University


of Florida is


lion in offering quality edu-


cation


in confident


pace


with


scientific


advances


the space age.


Noted as one of the nation


most beautiful camp-


uses,
acres.


150 million


single


frame


University
buildingss re
dollars. Fr
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Florida


present


spreads


over


an investment


:om its humble


University


beginnings


Florida


1,800
some
in a
i has


become a giant among universities.


the
The


The
state


State


Board


educational


Governor,


General,
sioner oi


State


f Education


Education,


structure,


Secretary
Treasurer,


the summit


has
State,


and


as secretary and


five
.the


State


members:
Attorney
Commis-


executive officer


the state
of higher
education


system


of the


Board.


The


Board


of Education


exercises


general super-


tate


board


vision over the Board of Regents.


It must approve ap-


education


pointments


Board


Regents


may


move any member for cause. It must approve all rules


and regulations adopted by the


Board of Regents


fore they are filed with the Secretary of State.


It must


concur
new ir


in the


istitution


establishment,
is or branches


location and
in the State


naming


University


System.


Successor to


Board


of Control


Board


Regents


was


created


1965,


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University


Florida,


Florida


State


University,


University


of South Florida,


Florida Agricul-


tural and Mechanical University, Florida Atlantic Uni-


versity,


University


West


Florida


and


Florida


Technological


University.


The


legal


status


Board


Regents


scribed in the Florida Statutes


the chancellor


, Chapter 240.


The Chancellor is the chief administrative officer


of the State


University System; as such he is respons-


ible


administration


entire


University


System under policies prescribed by the Board of Re-
gents.


president


The


President


chief


executive


officer


University


and


general


supervision


over


activities,


properties,


expenditures.


appoint-


ment is
member


by the


Board


faculties and


Administrative


and
the


the (
Board


generall


Council


Assembly


Regents


and


Regents.


is an ex-officio


committees;


chairman


University


liaison


officer


faculty


and


Senate,
between
student


organizations; 1
confers degrees.


Regents,


dents,


provosts,


presides


commencements


Subject to confirmation by the


President


deans


and


appoints
directors


vice


and


and


Board
presi-


heads


administrative


departments.


passes


upon


pointments


rank


within


academic


the staff.


staff


and


chief


11 changes in
responsibility


for preparing


Board


actions


Government,


and


submitting


Regents.


committees


biennial


veto


, faculties,


University


Senate,
"r- 1


power


councils


and


budget


over


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Faculty


are recruited


from


over


United


States


as well as foreign countries,


and many have


tablished world-wide reputations for the contributions


made


their field.


The


University


highest


legislative


body


university


Faculty Senate.


The President is the presiding officer,


senate


and


membership


is specified


provisions


of the Constitution of the University


The


Senate


actions


meets


regularly


various


college


correlate
faculties


offi-


and


committees of the Senate.


Upon request


by a faculty


member,


Senate


reviews


these


actions,


suspends


those not in harmony with


the policies or regulations


University


dations
ginated.


and


the person


refers


or group


them


with


with


whom


recommen-


they


The


Senate


jurisdiction


over all matters per-


training to
reserved 1


University-wide


President


policies
and his


and


functions


advisory


councils


and the authority to legislate concerning such matters


and


make


rules


regulations


promoting


general
staff.


welfare


university


students


, faculty


and


The


various


activities


University


ganized
Affairs,


into


four


Academic


areas-Student


Affairs,


and


Affairs


University


Business
Relations


and Development.


Of direct concern to the individual


student
student


offices


coordinated


area


affairs.


The


Vice


President


Student


Affairs


serves


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administrative


The


University


provides


many


offices


and


units


and


professional
personnel


whose


dedicated


administrative


and


promoting the


professional


growth and


personnel


development


of the individual student.


They also work toward pro-


viding


an academic and


relationships


that


cultural


contribute


climate


favorably


worthy
e spirit


serious


inquiry.


Many


within


these


Student


units


Affairs


formalized


structure.


Others


function
are serv-


or units


institutional


departments


or colleges.


related


and


designed


help


student


achieve


adapt
needs


University


individual
institution


the s
may


goals


more


students.


kept


and


nearly


Thus


personal


potentiality


hoped


and


and


individual


that


student


ented.

Personnel in these units observe the concept that


all sponsored student activities,


within


confines


good


guided


taste,


and


can


executed
learning


experiences


tural


and


which


academic


motivate
interests


and
and


promote


new


cul-


encourage


velopment


of personal attributes


essential


success-


ful and enlightened classroom performance.


the offices of


the dean


men


and the


The


of Women


dents.


Offices


provide
addition


Dean


many


services


close


working


Men


and


Dean


University


stu-


relationship


dean


women


maintained


services


with


such


departments


University


and


Counseling


specialized


Center


and the Student Health Service.


The offices also have


a parallel


relationship


with


Division


Housing


and


work


closely


with


residence


hall


staffs


and


the Off-Campus


Housing Office.


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fraternities


sororities


are under


supervi-


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of the


Dean


of Men's


Dean


of Women


Offices and


their staff


members assist


and


counsel


rectly


with


Interfraternity


Panhellenic


Councils.


Continuous


research


personnel


services


and


related


areas


is carried


on by


these


offices


and


staff
tions.


sonnel
volved


actively


participates


cooperation


Services,


professional


with


advanced


in specialized


Department


graduate


training


organlza-


Per-


students


programs


and


individ-


ualized internship assignments.


Interviews


students
those aj
pected f
versity


and


withdrawing


applying
financial
Committ


confer with


versity
demic
ville a


(residence 1
investigated


uals
tions


consultations


from


short-term


obligations.


students


following
achievement


Universi


halls,
and


involved,


and


Student
seeking


suspension
it. Reports
ity Police


faculty


held


University


loans


witi
and


meet


members
Petitions
re-entry


unsatisfactory


received


and


landlords


conferences


discussing


effects


such


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other
the
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circumstances,


incidents.


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individ-
implica-


Assistance


provided in emergency situations involving


either the


student


sons


or his


and


family


aiding


in contacting
e completion


appropriate


per-


necessary


arrangements.


Cumulative


personnel


records


including


infor-


mation


about


University,


student


and


maintained


each


progress
student


Offices of the Dean of Men and the


Dean of Women.


These


records


are confidential


and


restricted


use


authorized staff members.


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standing


university
committees


Approximately


policy
through


sevntv


formulation


their


appointment


students
University,


participate


on Constitutional


Florida
Senate,


Presidential


Committees.


Members
President


these


committees


University


and


appointed


serve


entire
their


academic


findings


year.


and


The


Senate


Committees


recommendations


report
Senate


for consideration.
as advisory comr


University


The


uittees


and are


presidential
on policy to


committees
the Presid


ultimately responsible to


serve
nt of
him.


STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE: considers problems


and


p


activities
sociations
makes re


concerning


dent


provides
and c<
with


broad
concerns
the UT


policy f
relating


university


commendations


student regulations


University


non-academic


students


This


Faculty


and


matters


committee


Senate
Presi-


University


policy.


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a


ACADEMIC RE(
ommendations


legislation


academic


pulsion


load


GULATIONS


coverln


0


COMMITTEE:


University S
g maximum


probation,


academic


reason


makes


enatee
and


suspension,
s, probation


rec-


concern-
minimum


and


because


unsatisfactory


academic


achievement;


sus-


pension and expulsion; absences or unsatisfactory
work; and classification of students.


This committee
an executive one.


is a legislative committee-not
Student appeals from academic


regulations
on Student


Senate


are made
Petitions.


Committee


SCHEDULES


AND


CALENDAR


COMMITTEE


: Insures


C 1 r n .. I I a n l


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PART


University schedule
peals are brought t
dent representative.


and
the


calendar as
committee by


such
the


CAMPUS


PLANNING


AND


LAND


USE


COnMMITTEE


plans,


on a


opment


continuing basis,


campus.


This


the physical


includes


devel-


loca-


tion of buildings, parking lots and other physical


facilities


and


the assurance


the attractiveness


campus


are referred


environment.


committee


Student


through


proposals


Student


Government normally via


Department of In-


terror.
eludes


The


membership


student


members


committee


recommended


President


Student


Body


and


pointed by the President of the University.


CURRICULUM


changes


COMMITTEE:


in the


considers


undergraduate


requests


curricula


catalog
courses
division


listings,


addition


instruction


and


schools


new


colleges,


University,


except


the Graduate School. Should students have com-


plaints


about


various


curricula,


these


com-


plaints may be referred to this committee.


INTERCOLLEGIATE


pervises


particularly


ATHLETICS


conduct


with


COMMITTEE:


intercollegiate


reference


athletics,


eligibility


''I
"nI


dents to participate; and supervises the relation-


ship of
ference,


the I
and


Association.


Jniversitv


National


There


been


: Southeastern
Collegiate At
no occasion tc


Con-
:hletic
) hear


student


appeals


concerning


eligibility


intercollegiate athletics


committee.
students to
are usually


Questions
participate
settled by


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


musical
lectures,


events,


and


sity facilities.


lectures,


the scheduling


and


and


entertainment),


use of


The contact point


Univer-
matters


relating


committee


Public


Func-


tions Manager


's Office in the Reitz Union.


ADMINISTRATIVE


ADVISORY


COMMITTEE


STU-


DENT
and


HEALTH
guidance


SERVICES


from


PROGRAM:


responsible


gives


advice


persons


administration


, faculty,


and student


body to


direction


Student


Health


Service.


Griev-


ances or appeals should be directed to the Direc-


Student


Health


Service,


or to


Provost


Hillis Miller


Health Center


BOARD
UNION


Reitz


MANAGERS


: establishes


Union-the


OF THE


policy


building and


WAYNE


REITZ


operation ot
the program.


This committee hears appeals from students only


insofar


as a policy


or service


Union


questioned.


CIVIL
space


DEFENSE
on campu


Co NMITTEE:


assigns


members


shelter


University
I


community


. It also advises


University Civi


Defense Coordinator on shelter supply stocking,


communications,


preparation


and
ni tur;


personnel organ]
al or man-made


iz


nation in
disaster.


This committee hears appeals from students who


are unsatisfied
assignments.


with


or unaware


Questions


should


their


shelter


directed


tlie University Civil Defense Coordinator


CREATIVE


AND


FINE


ARTS


COMMITTEE


approves


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PART


Dean


of Women


are available


to assist


students


their preparation


appear


before


com-


mittee.


PARKING


AND


TRANSPORTATION:


recommends


President overall


safety


policy pertaining to


on campus;


makes


traffic,
recom-


mendations to the President with regard to eligi-
bility and use of vehicles for transportation. dis-


play
play


decals


A. *


reserved


enforcement of regulations and


new regulations,


and


administrative


procedures


which are


neces-


sary, convenient, or advisable for the safety,


wel-


hears
Court


or health


University


appeals


of the students,


Florida.
students


decisions.


from


STUDENT
recognizes


ORGANIZATIONS


new


AND


SOCIAL
approves


AFFAIRS:
changes


in constitutions and/or name changes of organi-
zations; and deactivates organizations for lack of


interest on


the part of members


or for violation


of University rules for student organizations.


This


committee


hears


appeals


from


students


when


petition to form a
tion is deactivated.


campus


approved


or


ganlza-
to the


committee


through


Offices


Dean


Men and the Dean of Women.


BOARD


OF STUDENT


PUBLICATIONS:


forms


policy


and acts as publisher of the Alligator, Seminole,
and Florida Quarterly on behalf of the President


of the


University.


This committee hears appeals


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parking,


areas,


fare,


faculty and staff
This committee


Student


Traffic


organizations;


Appeals are referred


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


policy
peals


regarding student housing,


from


students


regarding


their


hears ap-
exception


from
tions.


housing procedures


agreement


obliga-


COMMITTEE


FOR


OFF-CAMPUS


HOUSING:


reviews


the role of the


University in relation


to off-cam-


pus housing of all types with the focus on educa-


tional


and


promotes


informational


liaison


functions


between students and


area,


the com-


munity, and reviews and recommends policies.


STUDENT


FINANCIAL


COMMITTEE


: sets


Uni-


versity-wide


policy


granting


imple-


mentation


of financial aid


undergraduate stu-


dents


graduate


students


who


utilize


long-term loan programs.


appeals


from


students


This committee hears


under


'following


cumstances:


provide


a hearing


those


students who do not hold a job on the University


campus,
students


provide


athletic


a hearing


scholarships


who


those


wish


have the status of their scholarships reviewed.


INTERNATIONAL


through


Vice


STUDENTS


President


COMMITTEE:


Student


works
Affairs


and his subordinate offices and through the Reg-


istrar
where


alter


campus


which


regulations


considered


existing


unfair


any-


foreign


students and


recommend


policies and regula-


tions


considered


best


interest


Uni-


versity


and


United


States


vis-a-vis


foreign


students.
tive -who


The Chairman


most


often


can


, in effect,


and


is an execu-


is empowered


take


direct


action


in the


solution


day-to-day


student problems without reference to the whole


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PART


buildings


appeals


on the campus.


from


students


The committee


when


requested.


hears
There


is one student member on the committee.


COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE:


reports directly to


the President and includes three students.


DISADVANTAGED


directly to


STUDENTS


President and


COMMITTEE:


includes


reports


three stu-


dents.


FRATERNITY


AND


SORORITY


HOUSE


PLANS


AND


CONSTRUCTION


COMMITTEE:


acts


in an advisory


capacity


fraternity


and


sorority


groups


plan-


ning the construction of newv


houses or extensive


modifications.
resentatives o


The


committee


group


meets


concerned


with


rep-


and


chitect


review


and


advise


with


respect


architectural and financial plans.


HONORS
President


PROGRAM
through


COMMITTEE:


Vice


President


Aca-


demic Affairs and includes two students.


TEACHING


EVALUATION


President


through


COMMITTEE:


Vice


reports


President


Academic Affairs and include


two students.


The


individual
through i:


University


Florida


opportunity


interaction


with


trained


exists


earn h
minds


allow


O01


o to
hard


each
learn
facts.


academic

emphasis


new


disciplines,


and


cultures.


The


learning pro-


cess, as a result,


opens tremendous doors from


which


emerge r

This


lew


challenges


and


learning process


overwhelming


tnalp


U-a 'V4'k- 'A -1V _'


potential.


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


education.


Passing grades,


on the other hand,


mean


educational


achievement


been


accomplish-


a wise


estimate


time


and


a proper


em-


phasis


on work will allow the student to


acquire the


basic rudiments of information without which he can-


proceed


next


steps


exploration


and


understanding.


Students


admitted


University


Florida


on the


evidence


past


grades


cholastic


apti-


tude
level.


tests


have


Academic


ability


success,


succeed


however,


college


involves


more


than making


passing


grades.


The student who over-


emphasizes


the social side of


campus


life and studies


only


enough


may


find


that


one


lege of


important
a higher


opportunities


life:


privi-


education.


While almost


every


student is


aware of


financial


costs during his time at college, few realize the value


of the
time, b
simply
budget
study


time
>oth


they


spend


immediately


cheating


their


oneself.


time.


ire needed


on
and
It is


Usually
for each


campus. Misuse
long-range terms


Suggested
at least t
hour sent


-L


that students


wo


hours


in the


room.


While a study plan


adapted
doubt tl
ated by


rather


hat


than


consistent


rest


cramming.


that


little(


and


Many
work


is probably


rigidly
work,


diversion,
learning e:


adhered


week
is r


best made


there


week, punctu-
efficient than
s have proved


nore


experiments


time,


frequently


rehearsed,


brings both quicker learning and longer retention.


class


absences


Attendance


in class


is optional


except


those
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PART


petitions
students,


and
etc.,


appeals,


is set


withdrawal


forth


classification


Student


Academic


Regulations section of the Undergraduate Catalog.


Classroom,


laboratory,


and


library


activities


nat-


informal


urally come first for the University of Florida student.


rich


perience


opportunity


exists


outside


additional
classroom


educational


educational
experiences


in relationships


that


also


contribute


mental


awakening


student.


Motivation


learning


often


develops


from


quaintances


with


older


students


and


faculty


.Oppor-


tunity


such


friendships


derived


from


out-of-


class


activities


, service,


and


organizational


functions.


Withdrawal


selors in


forms


the residence


Office


can
halls


Dean


obtained


, physicians


Men


from


in the


or the


coun-
Infirm-


Dean


counseling
prior to
withdrawal


Women


, the Office of the Adviser to Foreign Students,


and the Office of the


Registrar.


from


university


student


living


University


residence


should go to the resident assistant


(in the men


's living


areas)
living


areas)


resident
) initiate


counselor
his/her


women s


withdrawal.


eign


student


should


start


withdrawal


with


an inter-


view with
receiving


Foreign


financial


Student Adviser.


assistance


through


Any


student


University


-in


the form of loans, scholarships,


and student em-


ployment-should then go to the Financial Aid Office,


Room


Tigert,


before


going


Office


the Dean of Men or the Dean of Women


The student


living


Men


campus


or to


can


Dean


directly
Women


----- .-. -- - -


Dean


withdrawal





STUDENT


HANDBOOK


drawal form to be taken to the Registrar


's Office.


also


highly


desirable


that


student


con-


with


dean


of his


college,


counselors
particularly


office


if his


withdrawal


occasioned by academic difficulties.


reserve
training


officer
corps


The
education


University of
and training


Florida


both


The programs are comparable in


offers
Army


reserve


and


contact hours


officer
Force.
. iden-


tical


in credit,


differ


only


in orientation


differing


nature


and


mission


respective


serv-


ices. Students may


choose


between the Army and Air


Force


programs.


The


Basic


Course


consists


first


terms


of the


ROTC curricula.


courses shall


registration


taken


until


It is recommended that these
continuously from the time of


completed.


advanced


Student


cadets


who


complete


Basic


Course


course


and


demonstrate


a potential


military


leadership


are eligible to apply for the


Advanced


Course.


Upon


successful
attainment


completion


Advanced


a bacclaureate degree,


such


Course


and


cadets


normally


tendered


commissions


as officers


in either


S. Army Officers


Corps or the U


S. Air Force.


Selected


tinguished


sions


outstanding


cadets


Military Graduates


Regular


designated


and


Army


tendered


Force.


Dis-


commis-
Students


registering


Advanced


Course


required


carry it


to completion.


The


tunity


New


Two-Year


a student


who


Program


could


provides
not take


an oppor-


Basic


1





PART


allowed
Florida.


similar


course


University


The


Army


and


Force


jointly


participate


cadet


activities


annual


national
Advance


military


honorary
i Course


ball


military
cadets;


Scabbard
fraternity


and


commissioning


Blade,


outstanding
g exercises


and


various


military


events


and


ceremonies.


Other


cadet


activities


and


individual


service


participation


as follows:


Precision


Drill


Unit:


(Gator Guard-Army)


(Billy


Mitchell-Air


Arnold Air Society


Force)


(National Air


Force honorary


fraternity)
Gator Raiders (Army counterguerilla unit)


Gator Rifles (Army


Rifle


Team)


Gator Riflettes (Army Coed Rifle


Team)


Coed


sponsors


(Army


sweethearts;


Force


Angels)
ROTC newspaper (Army and Air Force)


Gator


Sabres


(Army


precision


abre


drill


team)


Basic Course cadets are provided necessary books


pay


and


and uniforms.
course cadets


Both are turned in after use.


are provided


rate


books,


month


uniforms,


while


Advanced


and


enrolled.


allowances


pay
Uni-


forms


furnished


advanced


cadets


during their under-


graduate
sioning.


period


Selected


re donated
Advanced


them


Course


upon
cadets


commis-
receive


special military


grants


which


cover tuition


costs


cer-


tain


fees,


text


expenses.





STUDENT


HANDBOOK


opportunity


development


and


growth


citi-


zenship


and


leadership.


The


Advanced


Course paves


way


students


enter


upon


graduation


into


important,


rewarding,


and


diversified


career


military leadership in the defense of the nation.





PART


COUNSELING


RESOURCES


Counseling


help


tional


experience.


offices


resources
Student


personal


These


and


available


achieve


development


resources


agencies


that


include


offer


on the


maximum


during


various
general


cam-


educa-
college
univer-


counsel-


ing with regard


academic,


vocational,


or personal


problems,


and


other


offices


which


provide


various


types of specialized assistance.


Every
advisers t(


nmg,
may


student':


college on


assist


adjustment.


obtained
college.


campus


tudeni
The


from


appoints


in course


names


office


academic


choice
these a


, plan-
dvisers


dean


These
courses


strengths
They are


advisers


with


and


help


particular


weaknesses


responsible for


individual


attention


and


vocational


guiding


student


plan


academic
intentions.


student


toward


fulfillment


particular


academic


requirements


within


given


college,


and


may


also


called


upon for advice in reference to probation, suspension,


fellowships,


and graduate work.


University


College


advisers


available


every


hour


each


school


day


University


College


offices on the third floor of Little Hall (General Class-


room


Building)


consultation


on any problems


lating to educational objectives and progress.

Each instructor is responsible for helping students


master the


material


of his


course and is


available


discussion of study techniques and course content.


academy


advisement





STUDENT


HANDBOOK


persona
counsel nc


The Offices of the


Women,


located


vide various


Dean of Men and the


on the first floor of Tigert


types of


counseling


services


Dean of


Hall


for the


, pro-
indi-


vidual


student.


office
dea n


s of the
of men


Both


with


offices


maintain


University


a joint


Counseling


referral
Center.


relationship
:he Student


and


Health


Mental


Health


Service,


Division


dean


of women


Housing in regard to student counseling services.


Personnel


student


needed-such


from


either


or parent


when


office
when


major


available


special


medical


assistance
problems


other emergencies arise.


The Deans are also available


to assist the student with any particular difficulties the


individual


student may


encounter-such


as academic


regulations,


financial problems, or personal problems.


Any


student who


withdraws


from


University


or who is petitioning for readmission thereto following


suspension
interviewed


poor


academic


by personnel in


achievement


the office of the


must


Dean of


Men


or the


Dean


Women.


The


purpose


conference


cessful
petition


is to


petition


assist


and


student


explore


in securing


alternatives


a suc-


in case


denied.


addition


these


offices


assist


students


their


general adjustment to the


University and


with groups


finding


appropriate


activities


and


projects


out-


side


classroom.


housing
counselors


The


operate


residence


under


halls


at the


leadership


University


professional


Florida


coun-


selors and student personnel administrators.






PART


with
tain


other


helping


working


Counseling


Cente


agencies


relationship
r, Student


on campus


with
Health


mainm-


University


Mental


Health


Service,


other


special


Reading
services


Laboratory


that


Clinic,


available


students.


active


addition,
role-that


the student personnel


motivator,


initiator,


staff plays


and


consul-


tant-in


with


planning


students.


cultural


These


and


activities


educational


designed


programs
to focus


attention


on the


learning


process


and


thus


comple-


ment and reinforce the formal curriculum.


The


Division


Housing


attempts


enrich


residential


environment with


music


books


semi-


nars,


and


discussions


that


refine


tastes


acquired


through intellectual training and stimulate an interest


in learning for its own sake.


A strong student govern-


ment
civic


program


assists


problem-solving


students


skills


that


develop


are in


social


keeping


with


the democratic


ideal.


group


competent


student


staff


members


assist


professional


personnel


within


each


resi-


dential


unit.


These


upperclass


and


graduate students


are selected for their personal responsibility, academ-


ic ability, and a


sincere interest in helping people.


The


University


Counseling


Center,


located


university


Little


Hall


(General


Classroom


Building)


pro-


counseling


vides


psychological


counseling


services


students,


center


graduate training facilities for academic departments,


consultative


services


faculty


and


staff,


and


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


from their experiences at the University.


The


student


relationship


with


professional


counselor


is confidential,


and


every


attempt


is made


assist


individual


become


a more effectively


functioning person.


addition


professionally


trained


psychological counselors,


the Counseling Center main-


tains


up-to-date


occupational


library


student


and


staff


use,


and


provides


psychological


testing


cilities


interests


assist


, aptitudes,


evaluation


abilities


an individual'


, and personality


CONSULTATION


In fulfilling its


consultative role


, the professional


staff


Counseling


Center


most


desirous


working


with


faculty


and


staff


having


intimate


and


continuing contacts with students and their problems.


Joint
members
working


consultations


regarding


with


are held


student


residence


hall


with


difficulties


advisers,


individual


well


academic


visers,
niques


and


faculty


in developing more effective


for working with students.


tech-


The staff will also


provide


discussion


leadership


community


groups,


faculty groups, and other helping agencies.


TRAINING


AND


RESEARCH


Specialized


training


facilities


maintained


advanced


areas,


and


profession


graduate
research
il staff


students
projects


designed


in appropriate


academic


undertaken


evaluate


and


improve


counseling process.


UTILIZATION


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PART


The


cated


help
and


Student


Health


Student


for students
consultation


when


Mental


Infirmary,
emotional


services


Health
offers


problems


students,


Service,


professional


develop,


faculty,


student


mental
service


health


and


staff concerning all aspects of mental health.


Students


enrolled


University


welcome


use


service whenever the need arises.


SERVICE AND


STAFF


The Mental Health Service has a permanent staff
representing all major mental health professions: psy-


chiatry;
nursing.


psychology;


social


work;


and


psychiatric


When seeking assistance from the


Service,


student


will


seen


Mental Health
a professional


staff


member


and


will


receive


an evaluation


difficulty, often on the day of application, and certain-


within


a week.


resolving


Recommendations


difficulty


will


regarding


made


ways


during


initial interview or during some subsequent interview.
Many emotional difficulties of University students are
resolvable within a relatively few visits.

RESEARCH

The National Institute of Mental Health supports


a major
Mental
ward tl


research


Health


program


Service.


development


This
and


conjunction


program is
application


with


directed


mental


health


principles


and


methods


which


will


only


prevent the development of emotional distress among


students


will


also


facilitate


healthy


growth


and


maturation.


study


special


problems


and


needs


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tional


problem


is developing


which


may


jeopardize


academic,


from


faculty
always


personal,


a physician


or staff


or social


or from


effectiveness.


other


necessary,


Refer-


members


although


referral


welcome.


The


staff


student'


member


relationship


confidential.


with
All ft


Ill-tin


professional
ne students


are eligible to use these services.


IHealth


and


student
Service


4:00


p.m.


can


obtain


applying


Monday


assistance


from


in person


through


Friday


Mental


between


in the


8:30
south


wing of the Infirmary or by telephoning 392-1171


The availability of professional


taff members for


emergency
weekends


situations


provided


arising


through


evening
Student


and


Health


Service


392-1161


The


international


International


serves


Center,


central


located


service


1 Building
counseling


center


agency


every


international


student


enrolled


University


as well


as other international students


interested


office


in applying


serves


as the


University


central


resource


and


addition
contact


for any student interested in the various international
programs sponsored by the United States.

Any international applicant who desires informa-


tion about the


University


its admission requirements,


housing


vited


Adviser,
versity a
(U.S.A.).


arrangements,


direct


or financial


inquiries


International


Florida,


Center,


Gainesville


assistance,
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United


national


able


grams.


Student


States


is invited


Adviser


Peace Corps,


International


required tc
through the


comply


about
VISTA


faculty


with


contact


opportunities


and
staff


Inter-
avail-


Fulbright pro-
members are


immigration


laws


International Center.


Any


student


interested


in pastoral


counseling


invited to refer to any of the various religious denomi-
national centers on the University campus.

Clergy for students are provided by the following


ministerial
counselors


religious groups:


Jewish,
Roman


Lutheran
Catholic,


Baptist,


Church of Christ


, Methodist,


United


Mormon,
Church c


Episcopal


Presbyterian,
: Gainesville.


These


centers,


which


have


as well
church


as other


denominations-most


in Gainesville-offer


special


services and programs for students.


Additional specialized assistance is offered to the


student
Clinics.


through


University


Laboratories


and


clinics


The


ing
rate


Reading


Laboratory


and


interested students


and


vocabulary


comprehension,


improvement.


study
There


Clinic offers


areas


habits,


train-


reading


spelling,


are no fees,


and


reading
laboratory
and clinic


outside


assignments,
N


grades,


Attendance


or course credit given.


voluntary,


arranged


con-


venience


discontinued


employed


student,


time.


planning


and


Tests


individual


may


and


'e initiated
interviews


programs.


Students


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some
seen


elementary


and


secondary


school


referrals


on an occasional basis.


Any


enrolled


student


eligible


serv-


ices of the Reading Laboratory and Clinic.


Offices


Clinic


Anderson


Hall


and


open


daily


except


Saturday


and


Sunday


from 8:30 to 5:00 p.m.


Referral from a


faculty mem-


ber is not necessary to obtain these services.


the speech


and


hearing
clinic


The


ment


Speech


and


of Speech offers


University


student


Hearing


Clinic


its services,


who


without


e Depart-
charge, to


an impairment


speech


and


hearing.


This assistance is available at any time during the


year and


appointments


are arranged


avoid


conflict


with


the student


diagnostic


academic


or rehabilitative


schedule.


services


Arrangements
can be made


by the student in Room 436 Arts & Sciences


Building.


Referrals are invited from faculty, administrative per-


sonnel


and residence hall advisers.


Services


include


speech


and


hearing


evaluation:


speech therapy, articulatory disorders,


voice disorders,


cerebral


ing,
ing,


palsied


foreign
speech


speech,


accent;
reading,


cleft


hearing
speech


palate s
therapy,
training,


peech, stutter-
auditory train-
hearing con-


servation


, hearing aid orientation.


addition


these


services,


Speech


and


Hearing


Clinic


serves


as a laboratory


center


professional training of speech and hearing clinicians,


speech


ized


pathologists


training


and


facilities


audiologists.


These


maintained


special-
graduate


students


under the direction of the professional staff.





PART


UNIVERSITY


STUDENTS


The University of Florida is dedicated to helping
each student make the most of his educational oppor-


tunities.


University


addition
provides


several


academic
services tF


programs,


assist


in cre-


ating the conditions and


opportunities for reinforcing


intellectual,


cultural,


and


artistic


purposes of the


institution.


This


program


outside the classroom


program and
from their Ui
For a ui


is designed
m to the U


help student


relate


university
derive g


student


's instructional


greaterr


benefits


university experiences.


diversity


community


composed


nearly


20,000
services


students


there


must


an extensive physical


broad


plant.


range


At the


Uni-


versity of Florida four of the various student services


are now operating in newly remodeled or


brand new


multimillion


versity
versity
brary.


dollar


facilities.


Infirmary,


Food


Service,


These


Wayne


and


include


Reitz


the Graduate


Union,


Uni-
Uni-


Research


Because of


its many functions


as the community


center


university


activities,


separate


chapter


been devoted entirely to the new


. Wayne


Reitz


Union


various


unique facilities and activities.


Other university services include the various uni-


versity


library and study areas,


the Student Financial


Office


Graduate


Placement


Services


and


University


Religious Centers.


The


Department


Student


Health


located


tul dent


health


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scope of these services are


referred


to an appropriate


specialist.
All full-time students are entitled to use the serv-


ices


facilities


Department


Student


Health.


Members of the student's


family are not eli-


gible.
Most of the medical services are available to stu-
dents without charge, but small additional charges are


necessary for


X-ray


and drugs, and there is a modest


daily charge to students admitted as in-patients.


Students


who


have


purchased


Student


Acci-


dent and Illness


Insurance


Plan


will find


that most of


the charges of the Student Health Services,


medications,


except for


are covered.


The
general


Department
practice ph


Student


ysicians,


Health


specialists


staffed


internal


medicine and registered nurses.


The out-patient clin-


ic in the


Infirmary


is open


Monday


through


Friday,


from 8:30-11:30 a.m.


and 1:00-4:30 p.m.


and on Satur-


day from 8:30-11:30 a.m.


Students are encouraged to


make appointments in advance when possible.


Patients


coming


Infirmary


outside


usual


clinic


hours


will be asked


to return during nor-


mal hours if the problem i
dent physician from the J.


not an urgent one.


Hillis


Miller


A resi-


Health Center


is on duty at the


Infirmary


at night and on weekends


Student


Health


Service


Staff


physician


24-hour call for care of emergencies.


The


University


responsible


medical


care
tain


students


instances


during


may


vacation


make


special


periods,


cer-


arrangements


continued


care


students


who


are hospitalized


fore the vacation period begins.






PART


Physicians


Health


staff


Center are only


Hillis


available


Miller


to patients who are


referred
outside
cians in


them


hospital.


physicians
Charges fo


whose


services


practice


physi-
based


the clinics of the teaching hospital are


on the patient's


income.


When


a student is referred


Health Center


clinics
station,


dent'


Student


most


Health


charges


Physicians
absorbed


consul-


insurance if the student is covered.


students


with


dependents


are urged


con-


tact


community


Should


need


physician


care


soon


arise,


after


usually


enrolling.


helpful


to have a previous arrangement with a doctor.

HOSPITALS


Whereas


only
pital


enrolled


available to


University


students


any person


Infirmary
Alachua


available


General


Hos-


in the county who


under


care


one


members.


The


Emergency


Room of the


hospital is open to all acute-


patients.


The


Teaching


Hospital


University


Medi-


cal Center offers


hospitalization to patients only upon


referral from practicing physicians of the state.


In emergency circumstances


illness
serious


when


a physician


accidents,


patients


cannot


may


uch as a


located


cared


very acute


and


in the


Emergency


Room


circumstances


warrant


they may be admitted to the hospital.

INSURANCE


The


Student


Government


sponsors


an excellent


inexpensive


health


and


accident


Insurance


plan


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PHARMACIES


The


drugs


not fill


University


prescribed
a modest


Infirmary


for regular


cost.


The


Pharmacy


students


Infirmary


prescriptions for members of


dispenses
e Univer-


Pharmacy
a student's


can-
fam-


A prescription made for a student by a physician


not affiliated


with


University


can


be filled by the


Infirmary
normally


Pharmacy


stocked


usual


costs


Pharmacy.


drug


(Prescriptions


drugs


stocked


cannot


filled.


Pharmacy


hours


9:00-12:00


a.m.


and


1:00-5:00


p.m.


Mon-


day through Friday


and 9:00-12:00 a.m.


on Saturday


The


Hillis


Miller


Health Center


Pharmacy fills


prescriptions written for patients of that Center.
are also a number of pharmacies close to the I


sity which will establish charge accounts for


h


There
Jniver-
idents.


Some


of these


open


hours


daily


and


will


liver medication


to the


home.


alachua


county


The


Alachua


County


Health


Department


health
department


primarily


ever,


a provider


provide


of medical


care.


immunization services to all


does


how-


citizens in-


eluding


dependents


students.


Routine


chest


rays


and


some


laboratory


services


also


available.


Guidance type family
lies referred by the P


services


are available for fami-


public School System.


Maternity


services are not available


student wives since stu-


dents


come


under


department'


definition


indigent.
Members of the university community are encour


to use
always.


Gainesville


medical


wise


a veru


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resources


plan


ahead


available


health


broad spectrum


them.


matters.


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health


is entirely


well-being ol
self-supporting


student.


and


receives


Food


Service


no subsidies


form.


The


Food


Service


Division


under


the direction


a professionally trained


director


and


staff who strive to serve the student top quality food
with excellent service at moderate prices.


Professionally


served


cafeterias


breakfast,


located


expertly
luncheon,


Hume,


planned


and


Jennings,


meals


dinner


Rawlings,


are
the
and


Broward residence halls, as well as in the


Main Cafe-


teria and Norman


fountain


service


Hall


Snack


of the


Bars provide


cafeterias


grill


as well


and


as in


the Graham and Tolbert residence areas.


The


new


Wayne


Reitz


Union


Building


con-


tains three additional


Food Service operations.


seat


modern


cafeteria


and


snack


located


first


floor


area


providing


service


from


7:00


a.m.


11:00 p.m.


Banquet


daily.

Rooms


are located


on the


second


floor


for the


convenience of


those


desiring private


parties,


luncheons


dinners.


Food


Service


also


offers


Thrift


Meal Plan


savings of


approximately


30% for the


7 day plan and


15%


5 day


plan,


also


Meal


Coupon


Books


both of which


are on sale at the


Food


Service Office


located in the Main Cafeteria Building.


The Food Service


Division also provides a cater-


ing service for banquets, receptions,


teas, socials, and


coffee


breaks.


Birthday


cakes,


fruit


baskets


lunches,


survival


kits,


and


"goodie


" boxes


avail-


able on request from


Food


Service Offices


Main


Cafeteria


Building.





STUDENT


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stacks


where


reference


material


can


continued


use.


The area libraries and their locations are:


Agriculture


Library


Architecture and Fine Arts


Chemistry
Education


McCarty
Weaver


Leigh


Norman


Hall


Hall


Hall


Hall


Engineering and Physical


Engineering


Building


Sciences


Health


Center


Medical
Stadium


Journalism


Law


Law
Music


Music


Center


Building
c Building


Physical


Education


Florida


Gym


Some


residence


halls


also


have


libraries.


Although
limited,


the
these


periodicals
libraries


and


offer


books
student


necessarily


special


facili-


for studying, and


certain


books can


requested


through such


facilities.


student


financial


aid


While


responsibility


cation rests with


University


Florida


recognizes


of bearing the costs of higher


that
edu-


the individual student and his fami-


it nevertheless is continually


concerned


with help-


ing all students secure financial aid when it is needed,


and


when


will


encourage


high


cholastic


accom-


plishment.

WHAT WILL IT COST TO ATTEND THE UNIVERSITY
OF FLORIDA?






PART


AVERAGE


Fees


150*


Books


and


training


supplies


Laundry
Food


and


cleaning


Rent


Incidental


Total


expenses
expenses


The tuition fee for out-of-state


additional


residents is $200*


quarter.


Instructional fees for the College of Medicine are


$600*


year


for out-of-state


r Florida
students.


students


$1200*


a year


Scholarships,


grants-in-aid


loans,


student


are available


employment,
student through


and
the


financial
assistance


Student


Financial


Office.


These


are not


offered


as a hand-out, but as motivation and facilitation of the


student


's best academic effort.


Applications for


all types


of financial aid are


cepted
member


each


year


through


during


a four


February


month


Awards


these


applications


or any


part


of the


aca-


demic year beginning the following


September.


Generally
consideration


available


applications


funds


exhausted


during


above


period-with/


result


that


applicants


rarely receive financial aid.

Following is a brief summary of the financial aid


period


(No-


based


received


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able


amounts


registration


Grants


based on financial need are avail-


able


undergraduate


students


with


satisfactory
limitations.


provided


academic


Funds


through


record
these


within


Economic


fund


primarn-
Oppor-


tunity Grant funds offered by the federal
government.


Grants-in-aid


based


average


scholas-


tic performance plus leadership and finan-
cial need.


Scholarships


designated


special


areas


study


(colleges)


with


criteria


determined


donors.


Grant-in-aid
service and


scholarships
leadership.


given


special


Long


term


loans:


Federal


(National


Defense


Education Act and


S. Office of Education


loan for Cuban students through the Foreign


Student Adviser)


state


(Florida State Schol-


arship
loan )
funds
dents.


Loan )


state/federal


available.
available


Some


uppc


(bank guarantee


university
r division


loan
stu-


Fellowships,


graduate


assistantships,


scholar-


ships,


and


graduate


research
students


grants


through


are available


Graduate


School and the individual colleges.
6. Short-term loans for emergency relief.
7. Student part-time employment.


student


Student employment at the


University of Florida


employment


a four-fold


purpose:


provide


labor


part-


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employment


during


vacations


and


summer


months.


order to


certified for


student


employment,


students must meet the following requirements:


full-time student shall


work more


than 30


hours


during


two


week


period


College


Work-Study


Program


during


weeks in which classes are in session.


No full-time student with


average shall


permitted


work


more


than


maxi-


mum of 20


hours per week on state funds.


Students carrying 9-11 hours may work a maxi-


mum


hours


week


on state


funds.


Students carrying 6-8 hours may work a maxi-
mum of 30 hours per week on state funds.


student


average


shall
both


work


overall


unless


previous


quar-


ter work on all programs.


This office serves


for the


University.


Reitz Student


as the central placement agency


It is


Union.


located


in suite G-22,


of the


Its services are available to all


career


and


planning


placement


students and alumni of the


The


primary


aim


University without charge.


Center


is to


assist


center


dents


during


course


their


college


program


identifying


developing realistic


career


goals,


obtaining positions in their chosen fields upon gradua-


tion.


Similar


assistance


is available


Alumni


who


are making changes of employment.


Specific student services include:


Guidance


and


counseling


self-evaluation


and career planning.
Assistance in developing good interview tech-
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specific
student
services





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. Preparing and mailing list of job opportunities
to registrants.
. A Career Information Library with specific in-


formation about various


tries,


government


busin


agencies,


esses


and


and indus-
educational


institutions is maintained.


functions


Functions of the Center include serving as liaison


between


students


business


firms,


industrial


and


center


educational organizations, and


governmental agencies


seeking college educated personnel for permanent em-


ployment.
a permaner


The center


also establishes and


applicants


I
1


qualification


which may be updated and used at any time.


maintains
records,
It pub-


lishes


bulletins


listing


employment


opportunities


interview
outlook,


schedules;


salary


trend:


conducts
s, and r


studies


elated


areas.


employment
; provides a


listing of career related summer jobs.


Students


urged


services


office for vocational and


career development planning


as early as possible and to establish a placement file by
the end of their junior year.


campus
and s


po


securityy


The
of 1


which
lature.


University


few


police


delegated


Florida


Police


Department


departments


police


powers


a state


country
legis-


The


University


Police


Department has over forty


police


officers.


addition


staff


includes


two


full-time investigators,


both of whom are graduates of


Florida Sheriff's Academy.


officers


apartment
nartment


members


and


many


carry


University
Gainesville


denutv


Police
Police


commissions


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covering
apartment


than


three


square


traffic


miles-thus


problems


encountered


major


city.


Other


include
students
training


and


responsibilities


registering


, faculty,


and


Information


controlling


traffic


various


Booth


Police


vehicles


Department


operated


members
campus


major


main-


visitors,


intersections


throughout the


University.


addition


department


responsible


transporting


students


who


require


to the Student Infirmary or to the


medical


University


attention
Medical


Center
versity


and


transporting


departments


is maintained


monies


local


Medical


from


banks.


numerous


security


Center


deal


Uni-


officer
with


special problems which arise there.


Constant


security


maintained


Univer-


sity buildings
tinely patrol


and
the


facilities.


four


Department


married-students


officers
villages,


rou-
the


men's and


women's residence halls


, and the fraternity


and sorority houses on and near the campus.


This


department


recently


initiated


a continuous


in-service training program to provide the most effec-
tive law enforcement program possible.


general,


Campus


Police


Department


the same


responsibilities as other similar departments


in a comparable sized city.


This includes: the physical


protection


citizenry


and


community


property


and,


the apprehension and referral of law violators


appropriate


disposition


courts.


respect,


department considers each offense in light of its sever-


Certain


campus and


violations
in addition


civil


mav


which


occur


violations of Univer-


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does
that


have


may


to answer self-incriminating


have


counsel


so requests;


questions;


that


burden


that


right t
of proof


will


search of his


living


face


guilt rests
subjected
quarters.


accusers;


with


unlawful


and


that


accuser;


entry


and,
and


universe


orida


umn


To many people throughout the


Association


mainstream


interests


and


University


through
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continue


which
their ii


tate the Alumni


Florida.


they


maintain


involvement


with


their
the


University.


Active


membership


Alumni


Association


right


every


University


student
Florida,


who


as well


been


enrolled


as friends


University


who


make


a contribution


Annual


Giving


Fund.


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brin|
the


The


Alumni


together


participation


Association
; organized


in the


main


efforts


interests


and


purpose


alumni


needs


and
the


University


It strives to encourage continued partici-


pation


provides


r alumni
a means


University


continued


fellowship


and


and
asso-


ciation for graduates and former students.


SW ALUMNI ASSOCIATION


Among the


benefits to which active members are


entitled is the quarterly


Florida Alumnus, a magazine


which
versity


provides


and


former


current


information


classmates,


about


Uni-


and season tickets pri-


or to Fighting Gator football games.


The


Alumni


Service


Office


located


ground floor of the J.


Wayne Reitz Union.


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vital


'extras


schools


and


colleges


within


University
munity in


complex.


informational


supports
program


a year-round


speakers,


com-
films,


television programs,


and publications.


Since the inception of The Gator


Association has


Loan


significantly subsidized this


Fund


valuable


loan program, and


through local alumni clubs attracts


outstanding
mately sixty


student


with


awarding


approxi-


Alumni Scholarships each year.


These


programs,


plus


full-time


attention


variety


needs which no other agency


can


provide,


give


Florida


alumni


reason


proud


of their


nificant role in the University


progress.


Religious


faiths


University


they


offer


and


Centers sponsored


denominations


campus.
a variety


addition
cultural,


by many


located
worship


educational,


of the ma-


near


services,


social,


and community service activities.


Tht
tended


e
-I


programs


religious


centers


to provide both students and faculty with


opportunity


identifying


with


their


religious


1


the
leri-


tage and developing a deeper understanding for their


faith,


and


especially
Campus,


as related to
national, and


their
world


academic


work,


responsibilities.


Although


officially
in which
cooperate.


sity ]
ment


vith
the


the religious centers are not


University


University


there
the


connected


many


religious


An example is participation in


Religious


A cnniantir


Association.


Religion
bl a1 nr


meet


Members


with


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the
the


University


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centers
Univer-
Depart-
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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


RESIDENCE


FACILITIES


AND


HOUSING PRO

The primary objective of the


'GRAM


Division of Housing


is to provide the best possible living-learning environ-


ment


students.


The


Division,


which


a major


component


Student


Affairs,


is composed


a di-


rector, a residence staff of full-time professional coun-
selors, and part-time student staff members.


requests


information


and


correspondence


concerning University Housing should be addressed to


Director


Housing,


University


Florida


Gainesville


Florida


32601.


education
opportunities ir


The


University


signed and organized


residence


halls


have


been


to emphasize the importance of


campus
living


the ind
process.


ividua


Each


student


formal and informal


recreational


enhance


learning


Ihas a self-governing organization,
educational programs, and social


activities.


Although


giving situation


is quite different in


the apartment villages


for married


students,


self-gov-


ernment


organizations


and


community


activities


pro-


vide
ces.


university


policies


and


similar


The p
reasonable


opportunities


purposee of hou
standards for


educational


sing regulations


developing


and


expenren-


s to outline
maintaining


regulations
pertaining
to students


a living-learning


being and
lowing the


environment


academic success


regulations,


each


favorable


each


student


student.
shows 4


well-


In fol-


consider-


action


fellow


residents,


respects


student


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PART


ments for admission to the


University of Flor-


qualify


as a full-time


student


as defined


by his college or school, and continue to make


normal


progress


toward


degree


deter-


mined by the head of his college or school.


minimum


credit


hours


is required


for a full-time undergraduate student.)
The married student must be part of a family


unit, defined
without one


husband


or more


children.


wife
No


with


relatives


or housekeepers can be included as part of the


family unit.
campus ap;
lies having


In view of the limited size of on-


artments,


more


applications


than


four


from


children


fami-
cannot


be accepted.
The married student must


be part of a family


with
not


a combined
exceed $4.80(


3


annual
or $40(


incom
)per


which


month


does


during


the period of occupancy


(including grants-in-


aid,
Since


scholarships,
on-campus


fellowships
apartments


and


grants).


are intended


provide low-cost housing for married students,
a family with a combined annual income in ex-


cess


$4,800


apartment


cannot


except


apply


case


or occupy
E unusual


cumstances.


Applications


should


filed


as early


as possible


since there is


generally


a waiting period


between


plication


and


assignment.


The Off-Campus


and faculty


vately


owned


Housing Section assists


staff members seeking rentals


housing.


It maintains a


listing,


students
in pri-
inspec-


orr campus
housing


tion,


advisement,


and referral service


types


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


tractual
charge,


terms,


and


beginning


the conditions


date


under which a


rental


renta


terminated.


Owners


or agents


who


rental


units


with


Off-


Campus


Housing must agree to rent without discrimi-


nation


based


on race,


color,


creed,


or nationality,


provide


a clear


and


equitable


rental agreement when


renting
serve e


standards


on other
Established


and


than a
physic1
I accept


month-to-month
al, maintenance,


reasonable,


basis
and


informal


to ob-
service
review


dispute which may


arise with a student


or fa-


cult


or staff


tenant.


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PART


WAYNE


REITZ


UNION:


COMMUNITY


CENTER


The


Wayne


Reitz


Union


community


center
alumni


ities


University-for


and visitors.


students,


faculty,


staff,


As a focal point of student activ-


, it is designed to serve the


University community


through its facilities, services, and programs.


The


planning,


Student


Activities


programming,


and


Center


is the


nucleus


coordinating student ac-


student
activities


tivities.


Space and facilities are provided by reserva-


center


tion


campus


functions.


units


organizations


Private


desks


and


office
filing


space


meetings
as well


equipment


and


other


multiple


are utilized


student


groups.


Information


Desk handles a


great deal of the


information


administrative business for student organizations.


Full-


desk


time


personnel


information


desk


provide


following services for student organizations: distribute


written
ferral at
directed


materials, applications,


agency
to s


through


studentt


which


literature;


traffic


organizations;


act as


is screened


offer


a re-
and


information


about student organizations


such


as an


organization


purpose, func
quirements, e
for programs;


student


tions,
tc.; a;


current activities


ssist students


operate
*


organization


a telepho
rns seven


, membership


in reserving i
ne answering


days


we<


facilities
service
ek; and


maintain a centralized area for mail distribution.


In addition


mation
equipped
Members


Desk,
to l


the multiple
SStudent


handle


of student


work


services
Activities


and


organizations


of the


graphic


can


Infor-


Center


printing.


obtain


distance of a professional staff artist for art techniques,


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


tional programs of the


Reitz


Union.


Through its ten


committees-Dance


Films


Fine


Arts


, Forums,


Con-


tinuing Projects,


Hostess


, Spring Weekend,


Public Re-


lations,


Recreation,


and


Special


Projects,


a variety


activities


are planned


to enhance


the extra-curricular


interests of the University community.


The


series,


collegiate


Union


print sales,


bridge,


Program


Council


receptions,
billiard an


schedules


inter-campus


bowling


and inter-


tournaments,


exhibits


, matinees,


a forum


series,


book


reviews


trips within the


. S. and abroad, and special holiday


programs.


Weekly


bridge,


dancing, and painting les-


sons


as well as films and dances are also sponsored by


Program


Council.


The
facilities
friends.


Union lounges,


relaxing,


wide


range


formal and informal,


reading,


and


activities


meeting


including


provide
ig with
sculpt-


ing, ceramics,
ing are offered


woodworking, copper tooling and weav-


51


to students


Union


Craft Shop.


provide


Listening


cultural


Room


a uniquely


entations.


able
liard


in the
.table


enrichment
Browsing I


designed


Extensive


Reitz
tennis


theater


recreational


Union:


sixteen


shuffleboard


there


Library,
*r for d


Music


galleries,


Dramatic


facilities
bowling


, a games


are
lanes


pres-
avail-
. bil-


courtyard,


and a spacious ballroom which can be segmented into


nine separate areas for meetings,


banquets or dancing.


The


Reitz


Union maintains a


barber shop,


Union


store, snack bar, cafeteria, and a dining hall.


For the


convenience


guests,


excellent


room


accommoda-


tions


are available.


public
functions
office


The


Public Functions Office, located in


the Reitz


Union, is a service and coordinating office responsible


to the


University Committee on Public Functions Pol-






PART


munity,


such


submitted


as concerts,


lectures,


committee


dances,


approval


before


must
being


placed on


the Calendar.


Services


include


offered


information


Public


on booking


Functions


attractions


Office


available


campus facilities,


tion


technical services and other produc-


requirements.


The


Reitz


Union


Box


Office


and


Desk are also operated by this office. All
ganizations may sell tickets through the Bo


Information
campus or-
x Office.


Camp


Reitz


Union,


Wauburg,


under


is a lakeside


supervision


recreational


area


located


camp
wauburg


nine miles south of the campus on


Highway 441


Picnicking, hiking, swimming,


water skiing,


canoeing,


and various land and water sports exist for utilization


members


University


community


upon


presentation of appropriate identification.
























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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


STUDENT


SELF-GOVERNING


SYSTEMS


Each


student


University


Florida


part of one of the great traditions on campus-student
self-government.


This


tradition


willingness


come


students


present


exert


real


status


leadership


and to assume the responsibility delegated to them by


University


administration.


The


tradition


also


prevailed


because


student


body


respected


their student leaders and the authority of these elect-


representatives.


Student


Government


sentatives


student


leaders


body


elected


have


repre-


maintained


close cooperation with the administration and faculty


In return


their


the administration


support


a result,
one of


and


respect


University


strongest


and


faculty


Student
Florida


student


have shown
Government.


student


body


governments


nation.


While
a learning


student s(
experience


Ilf-governing


and


activities


training ground


serve


for future


leaders


, the primary purpose


Student Government


provide


necessities


campus


corn-


munity.


Officials


Student


Government


serve


many


university


committees


and


provide


representa-


tion


through


which


students


may


express


their


needs,


suggestions


administration.


grievances


Therefore,


Student


University


Government


more than an organization


of students presiding


over


the entire student


body


. It is a series of governments


very
local


similar in


relationship


to our federal, state,


and


governments.





PART


with


three to


undersecretaries


each


member.


The Cabinet
special service
Government.


members
s and p:


primarily


projects


sponsored


charge


Student


The


passed


Student


by the
special


Body


Legislative
meetings


President


igns


Branch.


Legislative


measures
the power
e Branch.


veto


can


require


power
written


subject


legislative


interpretation


review.
Honor


Court


The


any
Vice


measures
President


affecting


Student


student
Body


Body


presiding


officer


Legislative


Branch.


also


carries out the duties


and powers of the


President in


absence.


The


Treasurer


Student


Body


keeps


com-


plete


accounts


Student Body funds


on deposit.


He signs a
Legislative


requisitions


Branch.


The


of funds
treasury


on order


source


from


stu-


dent


body


a portion


student


activity


paid by all students when they register.


The


camera,


Legislative


or one


Student


elected


Branch


house
Senate.


form


representatives


The
from


comprised


representation.


Senate


virtually


uni-
This


legi


active


branch


composed


every


seg-


ment
basis.


campus


There


on a population


representatives


and


from


geographical


every


school


and


college on


campus.


The


remainder


elected


a population


basis


from


various


living


areas


eluding those off-campus.


representatives,


are elected


Winter


Quarter


and


Fall


Quarter.


Within


Student


Senate


many


committees


and


subcommittees.


Like the national legislature, the Stu-





STUDENT


HANDBOOK


Honor Court


which


performs


combined


function


of a


trial


court and


a supreme court.


As a


trial


court


it tries
Honor


and passes jt
Code, a code


idgment
which


on all
places


violations of the
the responsibility


of each student'


conduct upon himself.


a supreme


powered


tested


pass


elections.


court,


judgment
t is also


Honor


Court


legislation


empowered


and


em-
con-


interpret


the Student i
responsibility


Body Constitution,


informing


and


students


added
e pur-


pose,
tem.


advantages,


and


principles


Honor


Sys-


The Chancellor or judge,


the Clerk of the


Honor


Court, and 16 Justices representing each of the schools


and


colleges


on campus


elected


student


body


. Two


Vice


Chancellors


elected


from


Justices


the Chancellor in


determining sen-


tences.


The


who


Chancellor


selects


staff


appoints


investigate


Attorney
violations


General


Honor


Code.


The


Justices


are also


members


Attorney


General'


investigating


staff


when


needed.


The Chancellor also appoints


a Chief Defense Coun-


who


turn selects


a staff


of law


students


as defense attorneys for students on


trial.


The


Honor


Court
those


conducts


who


plead


both


summary


and


jury


jury )
trials


trials


those


pleading


guilty.


The


six-man


jury


a random


selection from the Student Body.


The


second


court


in the


Judicial


Branch


Student Traffic Court.


The Chief Justice is elected by


the student body and must be a law student.


The


Traffic


Court


accepts


payment


fines


nnrlkinon


r* . I


<(on dnictsr


hearing


con-


l. l I


guilty,


vinlatinns





PART


requests


funds


Legislative


Branch of


Stu-


dent Government.


tives
dent


The


from


Interhall


Council is composed of representa-


the residence


hall


halls on


council serves


campus.
as the re


interha


council


The presi-
S


representative


to this council plus one more elected from each coun-


hall.


among


The


council


residence


serves


halls,


coordinate
sponsors t.


activities


annual


Homecoming


Dance.


The


Association


Women


Students


(AWS)


association


composed


dents


single


living


and


undergraduate


off-campus.


women


women


resi-


women
student


dence sections, sororities, and


off-campus women


dents elect representatives to the AWS Council.


The


primary


function


undergraduate


women


e Council
students.


is programming


The


Executive


Corn-


mittee of AWS consists of AWS officers and class rep-
resentatives whose function is steering agenda making


nominations.


The


Interfraternity Council


body


fraternities


(IFC)


on campus.


is the govern-


Each


interfraternity
council


ternity is represented by its president and they in turn


elect


officers


IFC.


The


Executive


Council


the
dent


Interfraternity
, Executive V


President,


Council


'ice


Treasurer,


is composed


President,
Secretary,


Administrative


two


faculty


Presi-
Vice


advisers,


a representative of the Dean of Men


's Office, and four


representatives


from


several


geographic


areas


which the fraternities are located.


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


The


Mayors


Council


representative


body


for the four married student villages on campus.


Mayors of
termining


The


each of the villages are responsible for de-


married


student


government


policy


. They


also act as a liaison


between village governments and


Student Government.


council


international
organizations


The


(CIO)


Council


International


policy-making


body


Organizations


and


agency for the several international student


coordinating


organlza-


tions


on campus.


local


evel


student


government


The


third


is composed


tions


on campus.


second


are not.


level


or local


level


remaining


Many


Student


Some get fund


these


:udent G
student


government
organiza-


subordinate


Government,


others


allocations directly from Stu-


dent Government and others through the second level
governments.


international


student


organizations


There are several


campus


comprising


organized groups and


students


countries or areas, such as the


from
India.


certain


clubs on
foreign


Latin American,


European,


Chinese,


Persian


clubs.


Each


clubs


is independent


other


Council


International


Organizations


concerns


itself with


over-


coordination


foreign


student


organizations


and is the principal contact with Student Government.


Foreign
a Soccer


students


Club.


have


also


organized


students


a Cricket


welcome


and
join


any of the international clubs.


married


Each


apartment


village


married


students


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PART


campus


also


have


elected


officers.


Fraternities


and


sororities


which


each


have


their


subordinate


governing


IFC


organization
Panhellenic


Council.


system


composite


governments,


other


there


are organizations


with


partial


government


and


organizations


partial


independent


characteristics.


Finances


are us-


ually the closest ties


these organizations


have to Stu-


dent


student


Government.


funds


and


Some
most


receive


may


annual


request


subsidies


special


allot-


ments of student fees.


must approve


Ultimately the Student Senate


both allotted and requested funds.





STUDENT


HANDBOOK


STUDENT


ORGANIZATIONS


AND


ACTIVITIES


Although


frequently


referred


extra


curri-


cular,


student


organizations


and


activities


considered


extra


curriculum" by


Univer-


instead


regarded


as a part


total


educational


program.


Therefore,


campus


warrant


organizations


and


existence\ and


activities


must


recognition,
contribute


academic,


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recreational


or cultural


climate


the University


for this reason that the University


reserves
requires
charters.


the
that


right
they


charter


function


organizations


in accordance


with


and
their


apply


spokesman
Director o
to student


University


for a group
the Reitz


organizations.


should
Union \


recognition,


contact


who


Groups


serves


of student


a student
: Assistant
as adviser
ts banding


together for political purposes whether on or off cam-


must


porary


register


recognition


same way
requested


receive


period


tem-
time.


The responsibility for establishing policy concern-


organizations and activities is vested in


the Com-


mittee


on Student


Organizations


and


Social


Affairs.


The
well


action.


Committee
as disband


also


must
them


approve


circumstances


authority


organizations,


warrant


establish


such
rules.


require reports,


or conduct studies.


There are some


200 student organizations


recog-


nized


University


Florida


addition


fraternities and sororities.


Among these are vocational


clubs


, hobby clubs,


and special interest clubs to bene-





PART


Sororities


fraternities


segment of student organizations.


represent an


important


There are 15 sorori-


lege


sororities


ties and 26 fraternities on


zations exist to promote


the campus.


good


fellowship,


These organi-


scholarship,


and


fraternity


character


enrichment.


The


following


15 sororities


have


chapters


on the


sororities


campus.


Alpha
Alpha
Alpha
Alpha


Omega


Delta


Delta
Kappa
Kappa


Epsilon
Omicron


Epsilon


Alpha
Delta


Theta


Omega


Sigma


Sigma


Delta
Delta


Delta


Delta


Gamma


Beta


Sigma


Kappa


Zeta


Tau


Alpha


Sorority


members


are chosen


during


two


formal


rush"


seasons,


shortly


after the


beginning


of the


winter


quarters


during


an informal


period


following


each


formal


rush.


Details


rush"


available in the Office of the Dean of Women. Pledges


in a sorority must achieve a 2.0


(C)


grade average in


previous


quarter


work


before


they


eligible


initiation.

From a financial standpoint typical sorority mem-


bership includes

Pledge fee


Initiation fee


Dues per


month


Quarter room


rent


for members


house


$135


Food per month for those


living in house $


sorority


chapters


have


housemother


who


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


The
Council


helps


sororities


which


arc governed


coordinates


to promote


inter-sororil


cooperation


Panhellenic
tv activities


spirit


among


the women's groups.


The Council,


which is composed


sorority


presidents


two


delegates


from


each


chapter,


is bound


a constitution


bylaws.


groups are members of the


National Panhellenic Con-


ference.
The Panhellenic Council establishes rules govern-


ing rushing,


pledging, and


the initiation of women.


also regulates the relationship of sororities among one


another


toward


Council


itself.


The


purpose


of the Council is


to maintain a


high


plane of sorority


further


intellectual


accomplishment


sound


fraternities


scholarship.


The national fraternities at the University of Flor-


include


Alpha
Alpha
Alpha


Epsilon
Gamma


Tau


Gamma


Rho


Kappa
Kappa


Omega


Delta


Tau


Beta
Chi
Delt;


Theta
Phi
a Chi


Kappa
Kappa
Lambd;


Alpha
Phi
a Phi


Delta
Delta
Delta


Kappa
Kappa


Lambda


Sigma


Tau


Delta


Upsilon
Alpha


Sigma
Sigma
Sigma
Sigma


Sigma


Alpha


Tau
Tau


Alpha


Epsilon
Kappa


Epsilon


Epsilon
Phi
Epsilon


Delta


Theta


Theta


Fraternity


pledges


formally


chosen


during


rush"


period in the fall after classes


also during an


invitational


have begun, and


period at the beginning


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central


source


information


fraternities


Office of the


Dean of Men.


The


cost


fraternity


membership


approxi-


mately


as follows


Pledge


$100


Initiation fee
Meals, social fee, and dues


per month


Quarter room
for members


50 to


rent


in house


$125


Fraternities


bound


Interfraternity


Council


which


works to promote and


maintain


high


purposes


of the


campus


chapter


The Council


is composed of the presidents of all fraternities. As a
governing body it establishes rules and regulations af-
fecting all fraternities and participating in service and


social


programs.


Interfraternity Council regulations require that all


rush
or on


functions


take


place


University property.


either


in fraternity


houses


No alcoholic beverages are


allowed at any rush function.


The


Interfraternity Council also maintains a frm


position


in relation


pre-initiation


social


activities.


behavior,


believes


that


hazing,


true


and


fratern-


alism


nurtured


atmosphere


social


and


moral responsibility,


respect for


duly


constituted


thority


and


loyalty


principles


of high


educa-


tion.


The Council states that a fraternity has a solemn


obligation
members.


development


considers


as unproductive,


hazing


ridiculous,


and


pled


initiation
hazardous


Iges and
activities


with


rightful place in the fraternity system.






STUDENT


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carried


publicly,


on outside


apparel


the confines of the


which


is conspicuous


house;


and


wearing
in poor


taste; engaging in public stunts and buffoonery


mor-


ally
late


degrading


work


or humiliating


sessions


which


games


interfere


and
with


activities;
scholastic


activities;


and any other activities which are not con-


sistent


with


fraternal


law,


ritual


, or policy,


or the


regulations


and


policies


University


of Florida.


All serenading of
be between 10:30 p.m.


women


and 11


residence


halls


must


:30 p.m.


honor


societies


The University of Florida has four honorary lead-


ership organizations.


They


Florida Blue


Key


and


Omicron


have


Delta


distinguished


ippa-both
themselves


men
the


students


areas


who
lead-


ership
society


and


service;
women


and


students


Mortar


Board,


distinguished


national
leader-


ship, scholarship,


and service;


and Savant-UF


which


is established


to encourage outstanding


leadership


women.


florida


blue


key


and


Florida Blue


service


Key,


fraternity,


the men's
represents


leadership


one


honorary
e highest


honors that can


be received by a Florida man.


Mem-


bers


tapped


semi-annually


following selection


active
strated


Blue


Key


leadership


members


some


basis


field


demon-


extra-curricular


activity


required


minimum 2.0 overall


selection


and


honor point
completion


average


eight


quarters of college work,
the University of Florid


with at least five of them at


a.


Membership


a lifetime


honor.


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is awarded


undergraduate


junior


and


senior


men,


occasionally


students


graduate


and


profes-


sional


schools


colleges


of the


University


of Flor-


ida, and to members of the faculty and administration


and


alumni.


Election


is irrespective


membership
f a person's


is on the
affiliation


basis
with


merit,


other


ganizations, and is without solicitation or propaganda.

Membership is as much an obligation and respon-
sibility in citizenship as it is a mark of highest distinc-


tion


honor.


One


highest


honors


women


students


can


mortar board


attain at the


Mortar


University of Florida is to


Board,


honorary


leadership,


)e tapped for
scholarship,


service


organization


senior


women.


Mortar


Board


members


who


are chosen


their


junior year must have


a 3.0 overall honor-point aver-


age.


Although
University of


Mortar
Florida


Board
campus


was


established


in 1960,


it actually


been on


the campus since


Trianon.


1951,


It is now known as


when it originated as
the Trianon Chapter


Mortar


Board.


Mortar


Board


meml)ers are


active


in many fields


of activities and the chapter is undertaking a new goal


of evaluation of campus


life and recognition of excel-


lence.


Projects


also


include


Homecoming


events,


Christmas tree lighting and Graduate School Night.


The newest honor society to be established at the


savant


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University


SAVANT-UF.


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honorary
scholastic


Four


honorary


scholastic


formally recognize high
a University-wide basis.


fraternities


Florida


scholastic accomplishments on
They are Phi Eta Sigma, the


national
freshmen


men


male


freshmen
students


honor


who


fraternity


have


which h


honor point average or


higher


during their first quar-


ter of the


year at the


University


and Alpha


Lambda


Delta


national women


's honor society which rec-


ognizes


women


who


reach


or exceed


honor


point


average


in any


quarter or combination of quar-


ters of their freshman


year.


The


other


two


fraternities


Kappa


Phi,


the national scholastic


honorary


society which


repre-


sents


fields


study


and


which


annually


taps


graduating


percent


whose


and
their


membership


some
class;


juniors
and 1


outstanding


who


Beta


scholars


Kappa,
comes


from the fields limited to the arts and sciences.


honorary


and


only


honor
a four


or university


regional


accrediting


professional accrediting


society is ar
year or more


degree


accredited


agency,


agency


Sby
by
and


established


granting


the
the
whici


college


appropriate
appropriate


h


following minimal qualifications:


high


additional


requirements


or in some


into


and


individuals


who


fulfill


who
such
gen-
edu-


cation and culture as the society may establish.


--It


elects


into


membership


regardless


mem-


bership


or affiliation


with


other


organiza-


tions.


- - a a


taps


achieved


seniors


professional
fraternities


association


that


-It


receives


meets


achieve


membership


scholarship


eral


leadership


distinction
broad field





PART


SOCIETY


FIELD


Alpha
Alpha
Alpha
Alpha
Alpha
Alpha


Epsilon
Kappa
Phi Gai


Omega
Sigma


Delta
Delta


mma


Alpha


Premedicine
Sociology


Student


Industrial
Medicine


Publications


Engineering


Metallurgy


Association for


Childhood


Beta
Delta
Eta


Gamma
Sigma


Education


Sigma
Rho


kappa


Gamma


Gargoyle


Kappa
Kappa


Sigma


Delta


Society


Delta


Tau


Alpha


Childhood
Commerce
Speech


Electrical


Education


Engineering


Agriculture
Architecture
Education


Journalism


and


Communications


Lambda
Lambda


Iota
Tau


Tau


Literature


Health


Related


Mortar ta
Omicron


Order


Professions


Pestle


Delta
the C


Epsilon


:oif


Pharmacy
Economics
Law


Alpha
Sigma
Sigma


Taiu


Theta


History
Biology
Political


Alpha


Sigma


Science


Mechanical


Rho


Society


Engineering
Pharmacy


Sigma
Sigma
Sigma
Sigma
Sigma


Tau
Tau
Tai


Gamma
Lambda


Epsilon
Chi


Sigma


Tau


Theta


Tau


Beta


Kappa
Sigma


Alpha
Delta


Earth Sciences
Building Construction


Physics


Engineering


Nursing


Engineering
Speech
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At the University of Florida these are:


SocIETY


Alpha Epsilon


FIELD
Radio


Rho


Arnold Air


Society


Force


Gamma Sigma


Epsilon


Chemistry


Kappa


Kappa


Band:


men


Psychology


Scabbard
Sigma D<


and


Blade


elta


Military
Athletics:


men


Tau


Beta


Sigma


Band


women


professional
fraternities


professional


which


confines


fraternity


membership


specialized
a specific fi


body
field of


professional
universities.


or vocational


Some


education


professional


in colleges


fraternities


and


include


both men and


women in their membership and some


are exclusively for women.


The


professional


fraternities


University


of Florida


campus


are:


FRATERNITY


FIELD


Alpha


Alpha Delta


Alpha
Alpha


Sigma


Sigma


Kappa


Tau


Alpha


Alpha Zeta


Beta


Alpha Psi


Chemistry
Advertising


Business


Agricultural
Agriculture
Accounting


Education


Block and Bridle Club


Animal


Husbandry


Delta
Delta
Delta


Epsilon


Sigma
Theta


Business
Business


Administration


Law


Gamma


Alpha


Advertising:


women


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Phi Delta Kappa


Delta Phi


Mu Alpha Sinfonia


Education:


Legal:
Music:


men


men
men


Lambda


Sigma


Theta


Epsilon


Rho


Sigma Alpha
Sigma Alpha
Sigma Delta


Theta


Education:
Marketing
Pharmacy:


Speech
Music:


Iota


Sigma Phi


women


men


Correction


women


Journalism:
Journalism:


men
women


Zeta


Speech


women


Student


series
concede
pop


Government


selection,
cultural


-ts


range


Productions


promotion,


and


educational


from


operas


responsible


production
concerts.


Broadway


plays


These


and


performers of national renown.


student


government
productions


The


Genera


Chairman


Student


Government


Productions


is selected


Public


Functions


thority.


The


General


Chairman,


turn,


selects


with


the advice and


consent


of the other members of


Public


Functions


Authority


his staff


consisting


twelve students.


Student


Government


Productions


receives


funds


from


Student


Government


charges


a mini-


admission


Another


area


Student Publications


interest


many


students


, which provide a primary means


of communication on the campus.


pub


ications


This


department


boasts


one


finest


lege daily newspapers


in the South-The


Florida


student






STUDENT


HANDBOOK


locations,
University


standing
composed


presidential


four


committee


faculty


members


and


four


students.


these publications are produced by the offset


printing


process,


with


a majority


production


being
means


accomplished


students


may


campus


gain


students.


experience


This


almost


areas of publishing-from writing and


editing to


lay-


out and
oratory.


paste-up


Publication Production


Lab-


university
religious

association


Participation


action (U.R.A.)
sity community


ganization
composed


University


Religious


is open to all members of the


. The


Cabinet


Associ-
Univer-


U.R.A


administrative and policy-making body


student


representatives


ing religious centers, officers of the


from


U.R.A.


participat-
and chair-


men


principal


committees


and


various


faculty


representatives.


The


U.R.A.


was


established


encourage


and


stimulate discussion of religious issues within


ucational aims of the
of cooperation among


the ed-


University, and to be a channel


and all religious


agencies.


The


association


sponsors


gram for incoming students


a religious


at the


orientation


beginning


pro-
each


quarter, th<
fund-raising


Religion-in-Life


drive


World


program,
University


annual


Service,


Christmas-on-Campus


program,


a bi-weekly


Bulletin


announcing


forthcoming


campus


religious


activities


and various other forums and service projects.


Additional
university


Crusade


religious
include:


Christ


organizations


Campus


Christian


recognized


Advance


Science


Campus


Organization,


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The


performing


also


have


organiza-


tions
dent


offering


body


high


and


grade


general


entertainment


public.


While


stu-


these


groups


perform with professional quality,


participation is not


limited
ticular


students


They


studying


are open


or majoring


students


in the


par-


having


interest and talent for artistic expression.


Among such
a theatrical


organizations are


organization


The


sponsored


Florida Play-


De-


apartment


Speech;


Gator


Band,


University


chestra,
Choir,
Music;


Men


and


under


and


Orchesis,


Women's


Glee


direction


sponsored


Clubs


, University


Department
the College


Physical Education and Health.


The


finest,


best


University


Florida


boasts


one


conducted and actively supported campus


intramurals


recreation


and


sports


schedules


country


. The


program


is financed


and


conducted


largely


through


Student Government by the student activity fee.


The
athletic 1
fraternity<


and Ei
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eludes
are: Ar


Intramural Athletic Program is composed of


eagues


formed


and sororities,


igineering
65 campus


these

second


Colleges,


and


resident


college
and


off-campu


units


hall


such


as


independent g
s organizations


units,
Law
roups.
com-


leagues.


aspect


Intramural


Program


the sponsorship of various clubs among which


chery, Barbell,


Chess


, Cricket, Handball,


Golf,


Gymnastics,


Judo, Karate, Orchesis (Modern Dances),


gma Delta Psi,


Soccer, Square


Dance,


Syn-


Sailing, Si!
chronized
Water Ski,


Swim,


Table


Tennis,


Tennis


Volleyball,


Weight Lifting and Wrestling.


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equipment


check-out


rooms


around


campus


the free use of equipment by students.


These rooms


located in the


Florida


Gymnas-


ium


Graham


Hall,


Broward


Hall


and


Norman


Gyn-


nasium.


Facilities


provided


where


equip-


ment might


used.


The


type


and


location


these


facilities


given


below:


TYPE OF FACILITY


Tenn


Tennis
Tennis


Courts
Courts0
Courts


NUMBER


LOCATION


Murphree Area
Jennings Hall


Varsity


Baseball


Field


Tennis


Courts


Norman Hall


Handball
Handball
Basketball
Basketball
Basketball


Basketball
Gymnastics


Courts *
Courts


Murprhee
Hume
Florida
Norman


Baseball Field
0


Area
Area
Gym
Gym


Varsity
(outdoor courts)
Hume Area
Florida Gym


Broward Hal


Archery0
Fencing*
Chess *
Cricket *
Karate *
Orchesis


Norman


Hall


Florida Union


Fleming F


Florida


Women


Gym


s Gym


(Modern


Dance) *


Swimming Pool


Florida


Gym


Sailing*
Square
Soccer*


4 Boats


Dance0


Lake


Wauburg


Norman


Gym


Fleming Field


Svnrhrnmni7p


Swim*


Florida Pool


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Judo*
Wrestling*
Badminton0


Free Play


Florida
Florida


Gym
Gym


Norman Gym


Areas:


(Softball,


Hume
Schnell
Upper


Norman


Football


, etc.)


Field


Hume Hal


Field


Fraternity


Field


West


Field


Row


Stadium


Norman


Hall


EQUIPMENT


ROOMS


FREE


CHECK-OUT


OF EQUIP-


MENT:


Room 113, Florida


Graham
Broward
Norman


Gymnasium


Hall
Hall
Gymnasium


further


information


facilities,


equipment


competition


in any of the above named activities,


should


contact


the Intramural


Department,


Rm.


229,
I-,,


Fla.


Gym.


All students are encouraged to participate.


Phone


392-0581.






STUDENT


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STUDENT


RIGHTS


AND


RESPONSE ABILITIES


Attendance at the


University


of Florida


the cost


of which is shared by the state, is a privileged oppor-


tunity


With


privilege,


student


only


tains


rights


and


responsibilities


citizenship


outside the


University


community,


but he also enjoys


certain


rights


and


takes


additional


obligations


within the University community itself.


Among


these


opportunities


student


enjoys


the right to expect an education of the


highest quali-


right


make


best


time


and


talents


toward


University


the
the


objective


rights


which bri
personal


ought


him


respect


and


freedom


and


nations,
dents;
should
versity.


from


indignity


recommend


and


and


procedures


right


improvements


affecting


right


behavior


come


under


inquire
policies,
welfare 4


hearing
review


and


about
regu-


stu-


appeal


Uni-


While


pected


enjoying
conform


these


rights,


times


student


a standard


con-


duct both on and off campus which will reflect credit


on himself,


University, and


the student body and


comply


with


student


regulations


governing


campus


life.


By registering at the


University and


thus


becom-


a member


of the


University


community,


stu-


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In recent years the role and importance of high-


education


element


been


orderly


recognized


growth


a :
state


necessary


and


excel


for
*


nation.


The members of university


communities


have


traditionally


recognized


their


individual


responsibili-


ties in the development of a mature and sophisticated
society.


Recognizing


that


University


Florida


center
ment


academic,


mental,


and


great importance


cultural


state


and


develop-


nation


imperative


that


each


member


University


community


understand


role


fulfillment


the responsibilities of the


which it


University to the society


is a part.


Although the primary goal of any university com-


munity
cellence


foster


the Student


come


an atmosphere


Body


expect


of the


from


academic


University
1 members


of Flor-


University


Community


standard


excellence


areas


other


than


correlative


academic


devel-


opment.
discharge


The


University of Florida cannot adequately


the mandate of the


society which it


serves


unless


high


standards


excellence


in academic


and


personal
personal
citizens.


development,
relationships


civic


responsibility


are adhered


and
each


inter-


end


Student


Body


University


Florida


charges


each


and


every


member


University Community to:


display


high


level


maturity


and


good


judgment requisite


maintenance


orderly academic community;


recognize


the civic responsibilities


incumbent


upon


them


a society


which


looks


universities for leadership;


charge


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STUDENT


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the


honor


system


The


passes
Code


Honor


Code


fundamentals


pledges


student


Student
sound (
refrain


Body
characte


from


encom-
r. The


cheating,


stealing, and passing worthless checks.


It makes each


the honor


code


student the
aminations


keeper
and or


of his


own


campus


conscience


until


during
shows


does not deserve the trust placed in him.


During


Orientation


new


students


asked


take the following oath as administered by the Chan-


cellor of the


Honor Court:


solemnly


swear


that


will


faithfully


fulfill
that


to t
and


the responsibilities of a Florida Student;


will
best


defend


ability


honor, a
preserve,


Constitution


ind


will,


protect,
Student


Body of the University of Florida.


The
edition at
a respect


Honor System
the University
ed practice in


been a


time-honored


of Florida since


some


campus


1914.


quarter


It was
s even


before


then,


but student initiative established it as


campus-wide system in that year.


The


dent upon


success


honor


system


each member


inherently


of the


depen-
Student


Body.
by the


The


student,


principles


report to


alone,


of the


must


Honor


Honor Court


decide


Code.


any violation


abide


pledged
of honor


that


observes.


The


basic


principles


honor


system


that


self-discipline


greatest


builder


character;


self-respect
est type of


that


and


responsibility


that these are


is a prerequisite


essential


high-


education.


be worthy


of the


Honor System's advantages,


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aiding


yourself


someone


else


academic


work


which


considered


in any


way


in the


deter-


mination of the final


grade.


STEALING:


taking


property


another


without the consent of the owner and with the intent


depriving


owner


property.


BAD


CHECKS :


knowingly


negotiating


a worthless


check


your


own


or another


or failure


make


good a returned


check within


a reasonable period


time.


New


culty
been
dent.


regulations


Senate


into


These


Committee on


with


many


have


governing


force


upon


regulations


Student


students,


been


student


the
were


Affairs


especially


adopted
conduct


authority


and
the


have
Presi-


recommended


after


long


a study


deliberation
commission


statement


basic


procedure


fairness


Student Government.


As a preamble to this Code of Conduct adopted
by the Senate, a statement has been included guaran-


teeing to


students


their right to


procedural


due


pro-


cess


in disciplinary


matters


(see


Part


Section


student


may


expect


completely


consideration


when he is in trouble.


A student':


Dean


Men


considered


personnel record


or the


Dean


confidential


nature


on file in
Women',


and


either the


Office


contents


privacy
records


will


disclosed


without


prior


approval


student


involved


professional


staff


individual
Student


or agency
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en with


dean,
years


on the


that


a copy


student


parents


age.


The


permanent


been


those


Registrar will


record


imposed


card


and


involved


students


then


place


indicating


maintain


college


under


"Hold"
action


"Hold"


long as the action


is in force.


while


a transcript
:he "Hold"


record


in force,


card


statement


requested


will


superimposed


over


and photographed along with


permanent


flects


only


record


academic


effect:
record


"This


transcript
student;


student


currently is not in


good standing and further


information


should


requested


from


OfBfice


the Dean of Men/Dean of Women.


Requests to the


Registrar to place a


"Hold"


on a


student's


record


card


responsibility


Dean
rests


Men/Dean


with


student


Women.


who


The


responsibility


satisfactorily


com-


pleted
initiate,


terms


through


disciplinary


Dean


of Men/Dean


punishment


of Women,


the clearance of his records.


requesting


Dean


"Hold"


agency


Men/Dean


was placed


desires
Women


know


from


why


on the student's record,


Dean


may


state


will not


general


divulge


category


details


"Hold"


punishment


with-


out written permission
information.


of the student to


release such















































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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


POLICE IES


PERTAINING


TO


ORGANIZATIONS


recognition of

organizations


Tlie


University


organizations


recognizes


in campus


and


value


provides


student


opportun-


ity for new groups to be recognized.


Full-time students


interested and


willing to work


development


a new


organization


may


peti-


tion


Organizations
requirements


recognition


andX


Socia
social


the Committee on


Affairs
conduct


provided


Student


scholastic


are maintained


petitioning


students;


and,


financial


program,


constitution,


statement


goals


purposes,


faculty adviser are approved by the Committee.


organization


must


recognized


as a local


organization


before


may


request


permission


from


Committee


on Student


Organizations


and


Social


Affairs to petition a national body


fraternities


minimum


establishing


approval i
fraternity
Expansion


new


full-time
fraternity


Expansion


Council.


The


Committee and


students


must


first


Committee


interested


seek


Inter-


recommendations


Interfraternity Council


then


forwarded


Office


Dean


Men


consideration.


The recommendation of the Office


Dean


Men is


finally


presented


Corn-


mittee on


The


organization


Committee


Student Organizations


organization


before


must
may


on Student


for formal


recognized


request


approval.
as a local


permission


Organizations


and


from
Social


Affairs to petition a national body.
A new fraternity will be classified as an approved


colony


of a national fraternity for a maximum of two


ears


in which


time


lr nnrnvpd


colnnv


must


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meet


I





PART


of the Panhellenic Council and the Office of the


Dean


Women.


warded


These


recommendations


Committee


on Student


then


Organizations


formal


approval.


The


organization


Committee


organization


before


must
may


on Student


recognized


request


as a local


permission


Organizations


from
Social


Affairs to petition a national body.


new sorority


be classified


as an approved


colony


a national


sorority


a maximum


two


years


in which


time


approved


colony


must


meet


stated


requirements


Panhellenic


Council


Constitution


and


Bylaws.


The


sibility


tellectual


University


make
events


Florida


a broad
available


recognizes


program


cultural


to all members of the


respon-


and


Uni-


pub
and


functions


lectures


versity


Community


Those


events which


provide


the improvement and expansion of cultural awareness


should


made


or with


and


University


available


no charge.


funds


made


students ,
desirable
available


a minimal


that


student


for this pur


pose and be contracted in such a manner that existing


educational and


cultural


needs can be satisfied.


The


University


recognizes


responsibility


provide a well balanced calendar of activities and pub-


lie functions at the University.


public
functions


Such functions include


conferences,


conventions


short


courses,


institutes


musical


events,


lectures,


movies,


plays


and


like.


The Public Functions Committee is the agency respon-


sible for implementing policy,


establishing procedures


with regard to scheduling and use of University facil-


ities,


conducting the


University


Lecture Series and se-


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


evaluation of


significant ideas.


These ideas may


academic


or part


larger


cultural


and political life of the nation or the world.


economic
This for-


is intended


primarily


student


body,


other


members


University


community,


as well


as the general public may attend.


The


University


of Florida


takes pride


the fact


that its campus


is open to free discussion and the ex-


amination


views


and


ideas


both


popular


and


un-


popular, orthodox and unorthodox,


with the conditions


that


such


discussion


accompanied


peaceful


methods and under peaceful conditions consistent with
the scholarly nature of an academic community.


Any person sponsored by
campus organization is free to s


of forum


an officially recognized
peak, but this openness


does not release speakers and sponsors from


accountability


existing


regulation


campus
is. Nor


and
does


civil
it


authority under
countenance dis-


ruption of the University,
obscene behavior, or riot.
tions shall be responsible


injury to person or property,


The


sponsoring


organiza-


informing speakers


that


University campus it not to be used as a platform


organization


or the


incitement


of lawlessness


or violence.


The


use


University


facilities


political


cam-


paigns will be governed by the policy of the Board of


Regents,


as follows:


The President of each institution may author-
ize the use of University property for political


speeches,


and these shall be


limited to meet-


wings


sponsored


recognized


organizations


of the University and


shall be held only at the


. Wayne


Reitz


Union


University


Audi-


torium, and the Plaza of the Americas.


This authorization is to


be requested


through the


Public


Functions Office.


I






PART


order
fined


or costs


fund
money


publications.
v received


a,


student


Resources


through


memberships


must


advertising,
or associate


con-
dues
mem-


berships of other University personnel.


STUDENT
Florida i1


PUBLICATIONS.


publisher


Because
I official


University


student


publi-


cations,
control


Board


over


all such


Student


publications


Publications


upon


exercises
authority


of the Board of Regents and the President of the


Uni-


versity.


Unless


specific


advanced


approval


is granted,


student organization will be permitted to accept dona-


tions


or contributions


from


outside


sources


in order


fund


publication


newspapers


or magazines.


The
will


circulation


allowed


literature


provided


that


steps


has
have


been
been


identified


taken


preserve the orderliness of the campus.


The distribu-


tion
not


of literature and


be allowed


rooms,


to captive


registration,


circulation
audiences


in study


halls


of petitions


such as
or in


in class-
residence


halls.


The


constitutional


right


freedom


press


is recognized for all student publications.


Consistent


with


right


exercise


journalistic


ethics


and responsibility.


Within the realm of this responsi-


ability,


of latitude


University


should


believes
allowed


that


student


widest
editors


degree


free discussion of current issues and problems.


Any recognized student organization which plans
to build or to make important additions to buildings


which


house


their


I.


chapters,


are required


plans, specifications, approximate costs, and


o submit
proposed


and


properties


methods
TT


of
rnl


financing to the Fr
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eternity


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


tions
that


and


Social


Affairs


authority


require


done.


reports


and


records


All
which r
disburse
monies


recognized


equire 11
monies


which


student


initiation


government


fees,


obtained


spent


or which


from


student


members


organizations


collect
:s or


are s


and
have


subject


audit.


Financial


statements


must


prepared


and


sub-


mitted


as requested,


and as the


various


presidents of


the organizations


receive


instruction


for such reports.


Insofar
review
public


as it
these


is practical
financial


accountants


to do so,
statements


are retained


University
Where


auditors
certified


an organization,


copies of the auditor


report shall be filed along with


summary statements from the organizations.


recognized


submit
annual


student


Assistant


reports


their


organizations


Director
activities


must


Reitz


also


Union


names


their officers for the coming year.


Forms


report


are sent


presidents


student


organizations


advance


due


date.


Since


each


organization


held


accountable


the expenses


involved


functions


under


its sponsor-


ship,


cost


such


functions


must


kept


within


reasonable


limits.


schedule


events


and


public events,


tions


including


conferences,


, short courses, institutes, musical events,


forums, dramatic productions,


conven-
lectures,


departments and/or or-


activities


ganizational "


weeks


and "days,


" fairs, carnival shows,


open houses, fraternity, sorority, and other living area
special attractions, entertainment and the like must be


registered


with


the Public Functions Committee,


con-


tact to be made through the Public Functions Office.


Also to


be registered are events designed primar-


financial





PART


them


submitting


their


schedules


monthly


vance to the Public Functions Office.


public events planning to use a major facility


should be scheduled


least


one quarter in


advance.


Events planned after that date will be approved


when they


events


only


do not interfere with previously scheduled


, either in facility or type of event.


University


facilities


generally


available


campus organizations and to off-campus organizations


which
below.


meet


conditions


specified


Paragraph


Campus Organizations are defined as officially


approved
colleges,


student


organizations;


divisions, schools,


University;


and


officially


departments


honor


societies


constituted


and
and


agencies
religious


associations


Also
ican


officially


recognized


University non-student groups such a


Association


University


Professors,


University.
the Amer-


Univer-


Women


's Club, ROTC and like groups considered


as campus organizations.


Any official campus organization may use


Univer-


facilities


under


procedures


listed above.


Campus


which
Officer'


Groups,


Organizations


are non-University


Wives


Gainesville


Fraternity


local


related


and


Chamber


Sorority


Commerce,


groups
r Force
Alumni
Health


Organizations,


Santa


Junior


College


and


like.


The nature of an off-campus organization shall be de-


termined


certain


groups


e organization
or individual


as a whole


members


and not


within


ganization.


Lectures


using


major


facilities


or involving


contract


must


Committee


and


e approved
should be


by the Public
scheduled one


Functions


quarter


advance.


All other


lectures may be registered on the


official


University


Activities


Calendar


submitting


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


sl iotld
ensure
events


made


that


taking


with


outdoor


place


the Office of


eVwent


in tIle.


Student


IUniversitv


Affairs


interfere


Auditorium


surrounding


buildings.


The


coordinati


Public I
ng office


unctionss


Office


scheduling


service


and


and


arranging


non-academic


campus


activities.


Other


pur-


poses


Office


avoid


conflicts


seminate information about activities to all concerned.


Services of this office are available to all


University


members of


community.


This


vities


office


Calendar,
Student


also maintains t
which is posted
Activities Center


University


four


months
Reitz


Acti-


ahead
Union.


All events except those which are academic or athletic
must be scheduled on this calendar.


addition


a quarterly


there


University


major


listing


events


public
open


are three
Activities


events


the publ


published
Calendar


bi-weekly
lie; and tl


calendars:
on which


calendar
ie Orange


and Blue Campus Calendar published in the Alligator


which


lists


both


public


events


and


private


meetings.


Material


Public


Campus


Functions


Office


Calendar
business


must
days


reach
before


date


publication.


Notices


may


submitted


to the Student Activities Center of the Reitz


sent


directly


Public


Functions


Office.


Union or
General


notices


sent


Orange


directly


The
Functions


and


sells


Union
Office
tickets


the
Box


Office


Office,


is located


major


Blue


Bulletin


Informational


operated 1
in the Con
University


should


Services.


1 Public
Theatre
ts. The


stans


event


Box Office is open from noon until 4:30 p.m.
through Friday. Tickets for most events ma


purchased


Monday


y also


be


the door.


booking


service


types


attractions


witl i





PART


PROVISIONS


REGULATING


FREEDOM


OF


EXPRESSION


The


University


freedom


recognizes
expression


rights


within


students


constitutional


statutory
University


limitations
established


and


regulatory


under


authority


measures


delegated


to it by the


Board of Regents.


Included


distribution


in this


printed


section


policies pertinent


material


campus


bulletin


boards


University


policy


pertaining


speakers, and the policy statement concerning campus
demonstrations.


Printed


old on


cial,


materials


the campus
students,


referred


strain


such


may


for reasons


faculty


University
materials v


distributed


that are
staff (a


Personnel)


11
and


free


commer-


hereinafter


t


C


prior


be exercised


by the


policy regal
distribution
printed ma


ird


ter


University


Florida.


Sale


on the


campus


com-


mercial


merchandise


except


for the state newspapers


provided in vending racks and the traditional "honor
fruit, is precluded by Board of Regents policy.


University


Personnel


desiring


distribute


printed
TENT


material


AND


must


ACCEPTANCE


a STATEMENT


OF RESPONSIBILITY


prior
Desk


such


distribution


. Wayne


Student


Reitz


Union.


The


Activities
STATE-


MENT


INTENT


AND


ACCEPTANCE


RE-


SPONSIBILITY is not a restriction on the right to dis-


tribute printed material,


but an


acknowledgement


filer


of his


assumption


following


responsi-


abilities:


The


filer


subject


Student


Code


Conduct and


to all laws


or regulations of the


ncr-inn


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STUDENT


HANDBOOK


avoid


littering the


campus,


literature


may


stacks


ment


used


material


unattended.


dissemination


may


Equip-
printed


unattended


and


must


removed


after


use;


except


those instances where prior approval has been


granted


distribute


specific


sites


news-


papers and other literature by means of vend-
ing machines or distribution boxes.


There


must


no interference


with


normal


operations


University,


including


class-


room instruction, or infringement on the rights


others,


as pertaining


office


student


living
ment


privacy,


study


pedestrian


conditions,


vehicular


free move-
traffic, and


restricted use of departmental bulletin


Distribution


boards.


of printed material' may not take


place
those
areas


within


residence


which


University


halls


have


buildings


or other


approved


except


campus


such


living


distribution


by prior approval from their governing bodies.


The


other


governing


campus


bodies


living


units


residence
approving


halls


tribution of printed material will file a written
approval at the Student Activities Desk in the


. Wayne


Reitz


Union.


printed


badges,


and


material
bumper


except
stickers,


buttons,


distributed


accordance


therein


with


above,


identification


must


both


contain
author


and


publisher.


identification


obscure


The


must


identity


printing


a size


Any


which
printed


such
does
ma-


trial,
stickers


except
which


buttons, badges
identifies the


and


author


bumper


and


publisher as


University


I


A


'ersonnc


or has sub-


and


.. A-





PART


Florida,
express


nor


any


policies


way


intended


Uni-


versity of Florida, or its personnel."
Additional regulatory measures should


be ob-


served


where


such


for special areas of


regulations
the campus.


are necessary


The


follow-


ing are considered special areas:


Yonge


Laboratory School


campus, Flor-


Field


thereto.


areas


and


area


Distribution


requires


immediately
if literature


prior permission


adjacent


these
Direc-


.K.


Yonge


Laboratory


School,


and


Chairman


, Athletic Association, respectively.


The


filer


STATEMENT


INTENT


AND


ACCEPTANCE


RESPONSIBIL-


ITY


must check for special regulations at each


special


area


prior


distribution


printed material within those areas.


The


University


maintains public


use


Florida


bulletin


and


Student


Government


boards throughout the cam-


benefit


students,


faculty


and


use
bull


of
etin


campus
boards


staff.


Listings


on these


boards


include


information


regarding campus events and activities, general infor-


mation, and classified ads.


Such listings are limited to


public


bulletin


boards


and


will


be displayed,


example,
buildings,


departmental


bulletin


boards


trees,


or road signs.


The


University


Florida


takes


pride


fact that its campus is open to free discussion and the


examination of views and ideas


popular,


that


such


.1 1


orthodox and unorthoc


discussion


1


'1


, both popular and un-
lox. with the condition


accompanied


r i


peaceful
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university

pertaining

speakers


policy


any


or opinions






STUDENT


HANDBOOK


forum


does


accountability


existing


release


campus


regulations,


and


speakers


and
does


and


civil


sponsors


authority


from
under


countenance


ruption of the university, injury to person or property,


obscene


behavior,


or riot.


The


sponsoring


organiza-


tion


shall


responsible


informing


speakers


that


the university


campus is not to be used as a platform


organization


or incitement


lawlessness


violence.


Recognizing the


need for


informal


and


unsched-


uled
Plaza


expressions of


of the


Americas


opinion an


or a


open


portion


area such as


thereof should


available


impromptu


speakers


from


campus


who shall be similarly responsible for orderly behavior


procedure


Any


sponsoring


group


must


supply


information


prior


gations
versity,


involved


arrangements


bringing


meet


financial


a speaker


obli-
Uni-


undertake within reasonable time the arrange-


ment
with


of meeting
information


facilities,


and


concerning


supply the
e scheduled


University
program.


Arrangements


scheduled


use


major


university


facilities,


namely


Constans


Theatre,


Reitz


Union


Ballroom, the University Auditorium,


Gymnasium,


Stadium,


or a substantial


out-


door area of the campus, must


be subject to adminis-


trative
demic
ready


approval
function


prevent


disturbance


University


aca-


or disruption


scheduled public functions and lectures.


When


a negative decision


must


made


upon


grounds


of potential conflict, the sponsoring organization is free
to seek a more suitable date and arrangements.


shall


responsibility


organizations


provide


speakers


with


a copy


this policy


state-


ment at the time of invitation.


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PART


used


way


freedoms


infringe


person


upon


group


legitimate


persons;


that


this policy will
process afforded


impartially


to all.


In order,


enforced,


then,


with


to underscore


rights


and


responsibilities


individuals


con-


cerned


with


University


activities


ensure


freedom


expression,


maintain


normal


operation


University and to protect the rights of all member


University


Community,


following


policy


garding demonstrations is adopted.


Demonstrations


may


held


anywhere


campus, so


long as they do not disrupt the normal


operation
rights of


munity,


University


other


except


members


that


infringe


University


no demonstrations


Com-


(including


mass protests,


parades or picketing)


are permitted


inside
areas


University


on the


buildings.


campus


Although


no specific


designated


pur-


pose


demonstrations


impromptu


speeches,


exclusive use of the Plaza of the Americas for this


purpose
through


may


obtained


Office


Student


prior


Affairs.


clearance


Any


use


of PA


equipment or sound amplification anywhere


on the campus must


have prior


clearance through


same office.


order


that


demonstrators


interfere


with


operation


University


or the


rights


others


, they shall not, for example:


obstruct vehicular,


bicycle,


pedestrian


other


traffic;


obstruct


entrances


exits


buildings


driveways;


interfere


with


educational


activities


inside


outside any


building;


harass


passersby


or otherwise


disrupt


normal


activities:






STUDENT


HANDBOOK


themselves


presenting


appropriate


documents


such as


ID cards when


requested


to do so


by the


President


designated


representative,


and


such


representative


will


identify


himself


when


making
related
reacted


request.


Demonstrators


University


leave


campus


Florida


officially


will


immediately


subject to arrest for a violation of the law.


If, in the opinion of the President or hi


designated


representative,


a demonstration


disrupting


nor-


mal


University


rights


other


munity, the
a. identify


operations
members c


President


himself


or his


* infringing c
he University
representative


demonstrators


Corn-
may:
giving


his name and official position;


inform


the demonstrators


lation of the


that they


University policy and/


in vio-


or in


viola


tion


and


specify


nature


violation;
request that the violation cease.


the event
President


of non-compliance


or his


with


representative


can


s request,
enlist the


assistance of the Campus Police in restoring order


and enforcing the


The


Campus


Police


have


responsibility


circumstances


station


demonstrators


warrant,
violation


cease


declare


and


and


desist


demon-
request
and to


disperse


and


clear


area


subject


arrest and


/or University disciplinary action;


arrest


demonstrators


observed


violation of the


law;


enlist


assistance


outside


enforce-


ment agencies, if necessary





PART


HOUSING


POLICIES


AND


REGULATIONS


RESIDENCE


REQUIREMENTS


man and sophomore students


single


fresh-


(men and wom-


housing


policies


are required


on campus


Uni-


versity
women
versity
able.


Housing.
students
Housing


Upon


should


single
plant


long


written


undergraduate


in Uni-


space


request


avail-


Director


Housing


exceptions


these


requirements


made


commute


ents,


live
are


such


students


Gainesville


married.


with


Junior


those
their


and


who
par-


Senior


women


may


also


request


off-campus.


Undergraduate
freshmen may
itv houses.


University


men


and


women


other


live at their fraternity


agreements


than


or soror-


residence


contract


year


four


quarters


(Sep-


tember to


August)


if the student is enrolled.


When


a student


withdraws


from


Univer-


should


cancel


present


housing


signment


or his


future


housing


request


with


Housing Counselor.


avoid


misunderstandings


or misinterpre-


stations


housing


agreement


and


condi-


tions of room assignment, each resident should


review
board
further
visions


housing


postings


clarification
or housing


agreement


housing


either


procedures,


and


bu


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subsequent change in address


housing

regulations


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residence


fare


following


procedures are
afeguard students


protect


University


effect


' health and wel-


and


property.


. For


best


sleeping


and


studying


conditions,


The


cooking


devices,


air-conditioners


refrigerators is not possible in residence
specifically designed for this equipment.
For safety reasons:


hall


Firearms,
dangerous


ammunition,


chemicals


weapons,


fireworks


explosives,


may


be stored or used in the residence halls or resi-


dence


areas.


Combustible


materials


should


ignited


at any time within the residence units.


Screens are n
from windows.


opened


removed


reasons
a


or pets
Residents


of health


ire allowed


and s
within


are responsible


the
the


no animals


residence
proper c


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are


room


charges
occurs


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should


University


add


locks


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damage


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be


that


usage.


as nails,
avoided.


personnel,
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equipment.


Members


opposite


may


visit


living


as well


personal


reasonable quiet and consideration for other resi-
dents is necessary at all times.


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their


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