You will first one to make sure its full, sometimes courses are departmentally controlled to limit who can register and those will not show in ONE.UF as available. If the course is indeed full, you will need to keep checking… Read More
To enroll in a departmentally controlled course/section you must remove all holds preventing registration and communicate with the EVE Academic Office here.
You can find what courses are offered in a specific term by using the UF Schedule of Courses: http://www.registrar.ufl.edu/soc. If you would like to know more about what courses will be offered in a term not listed on the SOC… Read More
You should add these credits when registering for the semester you will be out on your internship. Enrollment must be pre-approved by your Academic Advisor. Late or retroactive requests are not accepted.
These credits are controlled by the department, to add them you must submit the ENV4949 EVE Internship/Co-op Request Form after you have removed all holds preventing registration.
No, you will need to petition the university if you wish to waive your summer requirements. You can find the Summer Enrollment Requirement Waiver form in the files section in your EVE Advising course. You will need to attach a… Read More
Yes, you can, but only if you are not taking courses concurrently at UF. Summers are when students can take courses at another institution (Fall and Spring by College petition only). You should communicate with your Academic Advisor before applying. You… Read More
Not usually, but you can fill out a departmental petition to request a prerequisite override. The Prerequisite Waiver Approval Form can be found in the files section of your EVE Advising course.
No, adding a minor does not increase the amount of credits you are given toward Excess Hours Surcharge. Only a double major increases the amount of credit you can use before paying for the surcharge.
First, complete the “Adding a Minor” form located in the files section of your EVE Advising course and have it signed by your academic advisor. Do this when you have acquired 45-100 credits toward your degree. Then, you will take… Read More