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  • Undergraduate Scholarship Application » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Students Awards and Scholarships Undergraduate Scholarship Application Prospective Students What is Gator Engineering Visit the College College Information Sessions First Year Students Transfer Students Transfer Requirements Current UF Students Non Degree Seeking Students New Students New Student Recommended Links Attributes of a Gator Engineer New Student FAQs Preview Preparation Current Students Gator Engineering Attribute Awards GPA Calculator FE Exam FE Exam FAQs Deadlines to Register Exam Topics Forms Graduating Students Seeking Undergraduate Commencement Volunteers Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Commencement Awards Commencement Awards Application Order of the Engineer UF Graduate Student Affairs Awards and Scholarships Undergraduate Scholarship Application Undergraduate Scholarship Application Submitting this application will make you eligible for scholarships offered to undergraduate students by the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering for the 2016 2017 school year The application opens for submissions on October 15 2015 and the submission deadline is December 11 2015 Some scholarships offered through this program are need based In order for you to be considered for need based scholarships you must complete a FAFSA each year You can file a FAFSA as early as January 1 each year Please refer to http www sfa ufl edu applying how to apply for instructions on how to file a FAFSA Students selected to receive scholarships will be notified by email Only those students selected will be notified Undergraduate Scholarship Application Currently Closed The deadline for submission of applications for a 2016 2017 College of Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship was December 11 2015 Please check back in Fall 2016 to apply for the 2017 2018 undergraduate scholarship Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/students/awards-and-scholarships/undergraduate-scholarship-application/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Course Request Form » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Apply Program Dates and Application Deadlines EFTP FAQs STEPUP How to Apply Program Dates and Application Deadlines STEPUP FAQs STEPUP Testimonials Sponsors Summer Bridge Programs Instructor Position Summer Program Instructor Application Gator Engineering Santa Fe Message from the Dean Academic Components Advising and Resources Introduction to Engineering Design and Programming Program Dates and Timeline Confirmation Form GE SF FAQs Orientations Contact Transfer Student Transition Program International Engineering Programs Getting Started Choosing a Program Types of Programs Finances Scholarships Application Process Study Abroad Opportunities Fall and Spring Programs Summer Programs Course Equivalencies for Study Abroad Incoming Students Applying to UF Academics Course Registration Course Request Form Intern Research Abroad Service Abroad Student Experiences Share Your International Experience International Engineering Ambassadors Current Ambassadors International Student Awards UFIC Outstanding International Student Award Alec Courtelis Award Upcoming Events Contact Undergraduate Research University Scholars Program EGN 4912 Engineering Undergraduate Research Upcoming Events K 12 Outreach Programs Gator Outreach Program Interest Form Course Request Form Please fill out the information below to request your course schedule You must submit this form online to request course registration Exchange student course request form Personal Information Full name Email address Home institution Home institution advisor Major Advisor email Requested Schedule Note Section Numbers are indicated in the UF Schedule of Courses The section number gives specific information about the professor teaching the course as well as the time and place where the course is being taught If you would like to request a specific date time be sure to include the section number Course Course Title Section Credits Alternate Courses Please list at least 2 alternate courses Students are encouraged to submit their course request and complete application requirements as early as possible so they can get their top choices as seats are not guaranteed Course Course Title Section

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/programs/international/incoming-students/course-registration/course-request-form/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Changing Major » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    eight Fall Spring semesters longer for engineering Exceptions to the eight semester timeline to graduate can be made for study abroad and internships taken during the regular academic year Time at UF is counted in semesters rather than credit hours do that accelerated credit brought in by freshman will not count as excess hours Students wishing to change majors may do so freely through the third semester at UF if there is a realistic expectation of success in the new major After the third semester approval depends on length of time to complete When students who have completed three regular semesters are OFF track more than twice and have not met tracking criteria for a new major colleges should allow students to change majors by putting the CHANGE status and on probation for the next semester No more than one semester of probation will be provided Courtesy registrations in the former major will no longer be allowed Tracking criteria are defined as those courses that will provide the most realistic indication of success in the major From time to time the college should examine their tracking criteria to make sure they continue to be an effective measure of predicted success Change Major Guidelines All undergraduate students are expected to graduate within 8 semesters at UF 4 fall 4 spring you may also enroll in summers if needed CHANGE MAJOR indicates that you have NOT been admitted to the desired major but that you have been allowed one term of probation to demonstrate your ability to successfully complete the required tracking courses Talk with your advisor and be sure that you thoroughly understand which tracking courses you must complete and the grades required during the next semester for when you are classified a CHANGE MAJOR Using ISIS review the Universal Tracking

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/resources/undergraduate-student-handbook/changing-major/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Degree Audit » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    the degree audit should speak with their academic advisor Students may view their degree audit by visiting ISIS and clicking on Degree Audits under My Online Services left hand menu How to Read the Degree Audit The degree audit has several sections The first section consists of the Critical Tracking pre professional courses and a plan of study The second section which is the most important monitors the courses you ve taken towards the degree and the grades you ve received The third section consists of requirements that capture certain information i e if the summer requirement was satisfied Within these sections there are requirements A dashed horizontal line separates the requirements Courses do not necessarily appear in chronological order but appear grouped according to categories i e pre professional Requirements can contain several subrequirements To read the degree audit it is important to understand the indicators used and to denote the status of a particular requirement Indicators are listed below and denoted within quotation marks Requirement Indicators Requirement indicators appear in the top left corner of the requirement X indicates that you have not satisfied all the elements of a requirement indicates that you have satisfied all the elements of a requirement IP means In Progress and indicates that you are completing the elements of the requirement this term Subrequirement Indicators Subrequirement indicators appear to the left of the subrequirement indicates that you have satisfied that particular subrequirement or category indicates that you have not satisfied that particular subrequirement or category RG in located in the grade field and indicates that you are currently registered for the course P is located in the grade field and indicates that you were awarded AP IP or CLEP credit for the course is shown in the Citical Tracking subrequirements at the beginning

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/resources/undergraduate-student-handbook/degree-audit/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Double Major » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Engineering Peer Advisors Family Guide to Academic Advising Resources Announcements This Week in the COE Undergraduate Student Handbook Success Workshops EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Resources Undergraduate Student Handbook Double Major Announcements This Week in the COE COE Update Request Undergraduate Student Handbook Academic Advising Changing Major Combined Degree Degree Audit Double Major Dropping a Class Petitions Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Option Transient student Tutoring Mentor Opportunities Success Workshops Advanced Registration Preparation Critical Tracking Workshops Academic Power Tools Everything You Need To Know About Graduate School EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Double Major Mechanical and Aerospace For Majors outside the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering or other Majors within the college not listed above each individual department must approve the dual degree For more information contact your academic advisor Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Order of the Engineer Graduate Student Affairs Parents Visitors Visit the College Family Guide to Academic Advising Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/resources/undergraduate-student-handbook/dual-degree/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Dropping a Class » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    credits do not count toward your first 6 hour drop unless you have been admitted as a transfer student This has special implications for HS AA students If you are a high school AA degree student who has been admitted as a transfer student then you have only two free drops allowed Free drops only means that you can elect to drop a course without penalty toward your degree program You should always discuss the implications of dropping a course with your advisor You will still be fee liable for dropped courses and it is YOUR responsibility to know the requirements of any scholarships you have including Bright Futures Most course drops require repayment to Bright Futures and may require repayment to other programs Please check with Financial Aid if you have concerns Your academic advisor may be able to assist you with some financial issues but Financial Aid is generally between you and Student Financial Affairs Extra Drops Students may be eligible for additional drops under certain circumstances If documentable extenuating circumstances have impeded your academic progress the College can approve an extra drop if you have departmental support for your request Do not take a failing grade simply because you have used your drops If you have a legitimate reason for an extra drop your academic advisor can assist you Dropping a course after the drop deadline Under some circumstances that are beyond a student s control it may be possible to drop a a course after the deadline in fall and spring semesters only These drops can only be approved with the support of your department Please meet with your advisor to discuss extenuating circumstances 15 hour 7 week Rule Engineering students who begin a semester with n initial course load of 15 credits or more will

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/resources/undergraduate-student-handbook/dropping-a-class/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Petitions » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    is my advisor Hours Location Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering Peer Advisors Family Guide to Academic Advising Resources Announcements This Week in the COE Undergraduate Student Handbook Success Workshops EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Resources Undergraduate Student Handbook Petitions Announcements This Week in the COE COE Update Request Undergraduate Student Handbook Academic Advising Changing Major Combined Degree Degree Audit Double Major Dropping a Class Petitions Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Option Transient student Tutoring Mentor Opportunities Success Workshops Advanced Registration Preparation Critical Tracking Workshops Academic Power Tools Everything You Need To Know About Graduate School EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Petitions College level petitions Extra drops Dropping a class after the deadline Increasing maximum allowed credits Course equivalencies Medical Petitions Student Petitions Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall Commencement Order of the Engineer Graduate Student Affairs Parents Visitors Visit the College Family Guide to Academic Advising Contact Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering 300 Weil Hall P O Box 116550 Gainesville FL 32611

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/resources/undergraduate-student-handbook/petitions/ (2016-01-26)
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  • Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory Option » Undergraduate Student Affairs » University of Florida
    Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Events Submit An Event My Reservations Contact Us Staff Home Resources Undergraduate Student Handbook Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Option Announcements This Week in the COE COE Update Request Undergraduate Student Handbook Academic Advising Changing Major Combined Degree Degree Audit Double Major Dropping a Class Petitions Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Option Transient student Tutoring Mentor Opportunities Success Workshops Advanced Registration Preparation Critical Tracking Workshops Academic Power Tools Everything You Need To Know About Graduate School EGS1006 Introduction to Engineering Graduating With Honors Computer Requirements Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Option Undergraduate students in the college may take no courses designated ADV FIL JOU MMC PUR or RTV under the Satisfactory Unsatisfactory S U option except courses which are offered only for an S U grade Students are encouraged to take elective courses outside the college on an S U basis subject to university rules published in the Academic Regulations section of this catalog Once the S U option is approved students may not elect to convert to a letter grade Gordon Rule courses may not be taken S U While no required course may be taken under the S U option courses for outside concentration credit may be taken with the following restrictions in addition to university restrictions The option may not be applied to any course below the 3000 level Not more than three credits of S U work may be offered to fulfill the outside concentration requirement No beginning level course for example SYG 2000 MAN 3025 may be offered for outside concentration credit under S U Refer to the university calendar for deadlines to apply for the S U option Prospective Students Visit the College First Year Students New Students Preview Preparation Peer Advisors Current Students Academic Advising Announcements 4 1 Program University Scholars Graduating Students Spring Commencement Fall Commencement

    Original URL path: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/resources/undergraduate-student-handbook/su-option/ (2016-01-26)
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