Once a program has received the appropriate academic approvals (please visit the New Academic Programs page for more information), Distance & Continuing Education (DCE) can assist faculty and staff in the new self-funded program approval process. DCE can also provide consultation regarding student recruitment/marketing, enrollment/retention, and program completion services.
Teaching and Technology Office of Administration is responsible for oversight of accounts operated within the 143 auxiliary fund in the MyUFL financial system. This includes the review of Distance Learning Fees. Visit our Policies and Procedures page for more information on the Distance Learning fee approval process.
Revenue generated from self-funded programs, whether they are college credit or continuing education, must be collected and tracked within 143 fund in the MyUFL financial system. The Teaching and Technology Office of Administration serves as a single point of contact for internal and legislative audits regarding continuing education and self-funded programs.
Once a Self-Funded program is approved, the Admininstration Office performs the following functions to create and manage these accounts:
If a unit's tuition, fees, schedule or other unique needs do not fit within the University's standard ONE.UF and student fee collection system, several options exist:
Visit our Policies and Procedures page for the University of Florida's Collection of Revenue regulations.
Request support from the Office of Faculty Development & Teaching Excellence (FDTE) support through the Service Request Form.
Visit the FDTE website for more information.
To request service simply fill out an event form request.
Visit the Conferences website for more information.
Delivery of academic content can take many different forms including on campus-online (commonly referred to as E-Learning), off-campus online and off-campus remote (commonly referred to as Distance Learning). Online and E-learning delivery can also take several different forms including synchronous and asynchronous learning.
Units seeking to establish a Distance Learning program for a degree or certificate that has not been previously approved should first proceed to the Developing A New Academic Program page and follow instructions for receiving the required academic approval.