- Be sure to complete all sections.
- You must have at least 45 UF hours to apply for a minor.
- Students on college probation cannot apply for minors. Please consult the advising office of the college
offering the minor for specific requirements.
- Please consult with an academic advisor in your college for information about how a minor may impact your excess hours assessment
- When submitting a petition, you must attach:
- A detailed explanation of why you are requesting an exception to college policy
- Written documentation that supports your explanation
- The Undergraduate Petitions Committee meets weekly. Results will be available within 7 business days from the
time you submit the petition. Attach all written documentation to this petition. The committee will not review
incomplete petitions. Submit completed petitions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- This form is meant for first year engineers and should be completed prior to any eeting that requires the lifting of an genereal advising hold.
- Should be completed in conjuction with any additional modules on canvas.
- Should be submitted on canvas PRIOR to meeting with your advisor
- If you are taking courses at a private or out of state school, follow the guidelines for course equivalency approval.
- If you are taking courses another Florida public college or university:
- Complete a transient student form at http://www.floridashines.org
- Make sure you enter your major correctly. ALL FIRST YEAR ENGINEERING STUDENTS SHOULD ENTER “EXPLORATORY ENGINEERING” AS THEIR MAJOR. Your form may not be processed if you do not follow these instructions.
- Your advisor will act on your form once you have discussed your plan. It is to your benefit to complete the Transient Student form prior to meeting with your advisor, so that it can be approved during your regular advising meeting.
- This form is intended to serve as a formal method for course instructors to excuse the absence of students from classes to allow participation in professional conferences and other activities that support the mission of the UF College of Engineering and the University of Florida.
- Instruction for submission are available on the form