Academic Integrity

Honesty in academic pursuits and education is critical to ensuring the advancement of knowledge and a core measure of the value of a student’s degree. The University takes violations of academic integrity extremely seriously. The following materials provide policy, process, and reporting tools for faculty when handling cases of academic dishonesty.

Technology Fee Committee CFPs and Forms

The Technology Fee Committee (TFC), comprised of students and faculty, stewards the distribution of student technology fee funds in accordance with State statute. The funds go to support instructional technology enhancements for the University. The TFC solicits proposals from students, faculty, and academic departments two times per year. Deadlines for submission are November 15 for the fall and March 15 for the spring.

For spring 2022 the deadline for all submissions is March 15. Submissions should be sent to

Below are examples of faculty and systemic proposals that have been awarded by the Committee

Graduate Division

Academic Assessment & Program Review

University Curriculum Operations

Administrative Assessment

The Assessment, Evaluation, Feedback & Intervention System—AEFIS, is the web-based assessment management solution that Florida Poly uses to facilitate the collection and application of real-time assessment data. The scalable platform enables the continuous quality improvement of curriculum and fosters personalized learning by engaging administrators, faculty, students, alumni and industry.

State Licensure Information

Professional licensure in engineering and related programs such as those offered at Florida Poly is NOT required to obtain employment in the field. Licensure, to be obtained, typically requires multiple years of full-time employment in the field before eligibility.

If you would like to learn more about licensure requirements by individual states, see below.