Yes. See a full list of our courses here. The course table is searchable and sortable and includes a link to the syllabus for each course.
On the Courses page, click the link that says "Tuition & Fees" associated with your course of interest. The pop-up box includes an estimate of your tuition and fees. Tuition is also listed in the right column of each course profile. Notice that the price is per credit. There is also a Distance Learning Fee, which is per credit as well.
Textbook prices and tax for textbooks are not included in tuition calculation.
Obtaining access: Once the enrollment is processed (i.e. when we have all the information we need from you and have charged your card), you will be sent a welcome email the following business day with instructions on how to access the course.
A student shall not represent as the student's own work all or any portion of the work of another. Plagiarism includes but is not limited to:
For a violation or violations of the Honor Code, a student may receive any of the sanctions that can be imposed for Student Conduct Code violations, including but not limited to conduct probation, suspension and expulsion as well as any educational sanctions. In addition, students may receive the following:
Source: Regulations of the University of Florida, UF-4.047.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) in the Dean of Students Office provides students and faculty with information and support regarding accommodations for students with disabilities. Staff at the Disability Resource Center will assist any student who registers as having a disability.
Official documentation of a disability is required to determine eligibility for appropriate accommodations. The professional employees at the Disability Resource Center serve as full-time advocates for students with disabilities ensuring students have physical and programmatic access to all college programs. Services provided by the Disability Resource Center (DRC) include testing accommodations and registration:
Flexible Learning students need to forward copies of any testing accommodations to our office after their enrollment is processed and they have registered with the DRC.
Students are allowed 16 weeks, from their date of enrollment, to complete and submit their coursework. If the student has not submitted at least 50% of their coursework and have an extenuating circumstance preventing them from submitting the coursework, a failing grade of “E”, “E0” or “E1” will be issued and recorded to the UF Registrar.
If the student has made sufficient academic progress, which is defined as completing and submitting at least 50% of the coursework and have an extenuating circumstance, the student may petition the instructor for a course extension before the course expires. Each course extension request will be administratively evaluated. Instructors are not required to allow extensions. If a student does receive an extension, an incomplete grade of an “I” will be assigned as an interim grade. When the course is completed, the instructor will initiate the change of grade. After that, the “I” grade will be changed to the student’s final course grade on their transcript.
Transcripts are available through ONE.UF. Use this site to verify that your final grade has been posted prior to ordering a transcript. During normal business hours, the final course grade will automatically be sent to the UF Registrar's office. Students must allow at least 5 business days for the registrar to post grades to a transcript. There is a fee the registrar will collect prior to sending an official transcript to another institution. For more information, visit ONE.UF for ordering a UF transcript.
If the online system cannot be used, contact the UF Registrar for instructions to mail in a request with a check or money order. They can be contacted by phone Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm, at 352-392-1374. Persons with hearing impairments can call FRS # 800-955-8771 (TDD).
Yes. UF assures the confidentiality of educational records. This is done in accordance with the State University System's rules and state statutes, as well as The 1974 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
For any questions regarding policies, please contact Flexible Learning by email.