Consumer Disclosure

Filed under Administrative, Information Tech on April 23, 2012.

The university is committed to providing important information to its students, faculty and staff. Consistent with this commitment and pursuant to the university’s notice and reporting obligations under various laws, information concerning the following topics may be obtained at http://www.isis.ufl.edu/consumerinfo.html

  • Drug-Free Workplace Statement for students, faculty and staff
  • Requirements for admission to a UF academic program
  • Requirements for withdrawal from the university
  • Plans to improve academic programs
  • Policies for payment and refund of fees
  • Special services available to disabled students
  • Estimated costs of attending UF
  • Financial assistance available to UF students, including the availability of federal aid for approved study abroad programs and policies concerning loan repayment upon withdrawal from the university
  • UF’s confidential student records policies pursuant to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
  • UF’s Gator Times information for students
  • UF’s graduation rates
  • Graduation rates of student-athletes, by race and gender
  • Placement rate information is not collected.
  • Graduate and professional education of baccalaureate students is not collected.
  • UF accreditations
  • UF athletic program, including student participation rates and financial information
  • UF security policies:
  • Annual security report
  • Annual fire safety report
  • Crime statistics
  • Emergency notifcation policy
  • Sexual Offender/Predator Registration in Florida
  • Unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material:
  • Copyright FAQ
  • Software copyright policy
  • Copyright and disclaimer statement
  • UF Libraries’ copyright policies, practices and resources
  • Voter registration for the state of Florida

You also may obtain this information from the Office of the University Registrar, 222 Criser Hall, and at various other offices throughout the University of Florida. Should you require assistance, you may contact the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs in 155 Tigert Hall.