A wait list is a computer driven list of students who want to register into a closed class. The wait list allows for the fair distribution of available class spaces after the class has initially closed.
For more information concerning the Online Wait List, visit the Records & Registration Online Waitlist FAQ webpage.
Transient students seeking to enroll in Coggin College of Business courses must get permission prior to registration. All prerequisites for Coggin College of Business courses are strictly enforced. Student can access the UNF catalog on the web to determine if courses they wish to register for have prerequisites.
Transient students may contact the Student Service Center in the Coggin College of Business to find out if they qualify to take Coggin College of Business courses. Transient students will be required to furnish proof that prerequisites for Coggin College of Business courses have been satisfied. A transient of concurrent enrollment form is not sufficient proof that prerequisites have been met.
To obtain additional information about enrollment in Coggin College of Business courses, please call the Student Service Center at (904) 620-2575 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (904) 620-2575 FREE end_of_the_skype_highlighting begin_of_the_skype_highlighting (904) 620-2575 FREE end_of_the_skype_highlighting or send an e-mail to one of our undergraduate advisors. Please remember to include your full name, UNF ID (N number), and course number(s) in your e-mail.
First Time Suspension: Students who are returning after their first suspension have not broken continuous enrollment and should meet with an academic advisor to discuss his/her plans to continue classes successfully. This meeting should take place at least eight weeks before the semester for which they wish to return. This advising meeting necessary to process the necessary paperwork for readmission.
Students who have Broken Continuous Enrollment: Students in this category must reapply at the Admissions Office at least 12 weeks before the beginning of the term for which they are seeking reenrollment. Readmission is not automatic. Once the college makes a decision on the student's request, students are notified of the decision by mail. Students who are readmitted are sent specific instructions on their readmission conditions and given specific procedures to follow so that registration can take place in a timely manner. The reapplication deadline is strictly enforced by the college.
Students placed on academic probation are required to make an appointment with their academic advisor to discuss the specific circumstances leading to the probationary status and to have the HOLD lifted. The advisor can offer advice on services available at UNF that may assist the students with their particular problems. Students can be placed on academic probation for one of two reasons:
Students should seek advice from their academic advisor in either case. There are support services available at UNF to assist students who have academic difficulty.
View the current internship opportunities. Internship opportunities (credit and noncredit) are posted on the web site once they are communicated to the Director.
The department of accounting and finance has very specific criteria and procedures for its credit internships, and this information is also available on the website.
Dr. David Jaeger responsible for granting approval for the accounting and finance internships. Students should pay particular attention to the relevant deadlines for seeking approval for these internships.
International Business, management, marketing majors & entreprenuership minors should contact Shannon Italia to find out about internships in international business.
Transportation and Logistics students should contact Dr Rob Frankel internships available in that area.
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