The University of Florida Division of Continuing Education (DOCE) was established in 1972 to administer and support non-credit and designated credit programming sponsored by the University. DCE has the responsibility of insuring that these programs are conducted in accordance with the laws, rules, regulations, and policies of the State of Florida and the University.
UF Regulations 6C1-3.0376 Miscellaneous Fees
Section (21) Division of Continuing Education Auxiliary Fund:
- All registration fees or other income collected as payment for development of or participation in non-credit educational activities (i.e., workshops, symposia, conferences, etc.) shall be deposited into the Division of Continuing Education auxiliary fund. Non-credit courses sponsored by a unit of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Studies [IFAS] and administered through the IFAS Office of Conferences and Institutes may be exempted from this requirement.
- Revenues received for the purpose of planning, offering, and recovering all costs of sponsored credit institutes and other self-funded credit programs as provided by Board of Governors Regulation 6C-7.008(1)(a) will be deposited into the Division of Continuing Education auxiliary fund.
The Division of Continuing Education auxiliary fund may be used for the recovery of any additional fees established for off-campus educational activities under section (19) of this regulation, or for continuing education credit courses as provided by Board of Governors Regulation 6C-8.002(2)(b)4.