Student Development

About Student Development

The Office of Student Development is the voice and advocate for all students at Florida Poly. We oversee all aspects of student life, including your experience living on campus, campus clubs, student activities and counseling and health services. Our end goal is to create a rich, interactive culture where innovation and learning extend beyond the classroom and infuse campus life itself.

Coming to college is a unique opportunity for growth and adventure, but the journey isn’t always easy. We encourage all our students to get involved in campus activities to build a network of support. Our door is also open, so feel free to drop by with your ideas, opinions and suggestions. Our staff is here to help you make the most of your college experience.

You can find us in offices 2080-2082, right in the middle of the Commons, or feel free to reach out by email to Assistant Director Ana Wales or Vice Provost of Enrollment Scott Rhodes.

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Student Handbook and Code of Conduct

The 2016-2017 Student Handbook is the official student handbook of Florida Polytechnic University. It is prepared by the Office of Student Affairs to provide information about campus resources, student life and University procedures. The University makes this handbook available to each student, and it is their responsibility to be familiar with its contents. Florida Poly’s Student Handbook is a handy resource with useful information all in one place for students. It includes the complete Academic Calendars as well as the Code of Conduct, the Florida Poly Articulation Agreement and health information. If you have any questions about our Student Handbook, contact Scott Rhodes, Vice Provost of Enrollment and Student Development.

Student Code of Conduct

Student Handbook

Hazing Prevention

Florida Polytechnic University believes every student has the right to pursue their education in an enriching and fulfilling environment without fear of being degraded or exposure to harm. The entire University community is committed to raising awareness of the importance of hazing prevention so that all students are able to participate in campus life without concern of being hazed.


All newly enrolled First-Time-In-College (FTIC) Freshmen and Transfer students from the 2016 fall semester must complete the Hazing Prevention Module below.

Click here to access the Hazing Prevention Module