Brooks College of Health Undergraduate Academic Policies
• Concurrent or Transient Enrollment
• Degree Evaluation
• Limited Access Programs
• Returning from Probation or Suspension
Concurrent or Transient Enrollment
Any current UNF student interested in taking a course at another institution must receive permission from the Advising Office. Sophomore level students can take up to 8 credits at another institution. Upper-level courses specific to the student's major must be approved by the program director. Students must speak with an advisor before they fill out the electronic transient form prior to the semester they wish to take the course.
Each new upper-level transfer student and native sophomore, junior, senior UNF student must meet with the Brooks College of Health Academic Advising Office to review their degree evaluation once they enter the college. This meeting is mandatory and typically takes place prior to registration. Each admitted health student or UNF health student who reaches 30 credits will receive notification for a meeting. Health majors designated as honors students will be advised by an Honors advisor until they ready 60 credit hours. An Advising Hold will be placed on the student's account to ensure they meet with Advising in a timely manner.
Defined Major for Limited Access Programs
Students who are designated a Brooks College of Health limited access major including Prelicensure Nursing, Athletic Training, and Exercise Science must meet the minimum GPA admission requirement once the student has 45 attempted credit hours.
Limited access major students who do not meet the minimum GPA admission requirement when they have 45 attempted credit hours must change their major before proceeding with additional coursework. Students who fail to meet the limited access requirements will be placed on hold and must meet with an academic advisor to discuss a future program of study.
A student who has changed their major due to ineligibility of admission requirements may apply for a limited access program once they meet the requirements.
Returning from Academic Probation or Suspension
Students on academic probation that go inactive after non-enrollment for three consecutive semesters must receive permission from the program director to be re-admitted into the major. Suspended students who wish to be re-admitted must receive permission from the program director and chairperson. Certain majors within Brooks College of Health will not re-admit students who left the institution on probation or were suspended.
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