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A Gatorlink account is an individual’s computer network identity at the University of Florida. Every student is expected to have a Gatorlink account to log into UF services.
A UFID is a unique eight-digit number assigned to every student at UF. This UFID is used in place of a social security number for privacy purposes.
Please follow this link to log into your course: https://elearning.ufl.edu/ and click on the orange button that says “log in to E-learning”
We need to verify your identity, so please call (352) 294-3874 to retrieve your username.
Please follow this link: http://identity.it.ufl.edu/process/gatorlink/changing-your-password/ and follow the directions in the “Forgot Password section”
If you are having trouble enrolling in the course you can call (352) 294-3874 or email us at email@example.com.
No, we are unable to give out student information to parents. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) protects the privacy of student education records. For more information please follow this link: https://registrar.ufl.edu/ferpa
Please message your instructor through the online course using the mail function.
As soon as the Articulation Agreement is signed by your school district, students may submit an application online on our CWDE website: https://cwde.aa.ufl.edu/
Those applications will be processed and students will receive notification of their registration and their log-in process via e-mail. Fall semester calendar can be found here: https://catalog.ufl.edu/UGRD/dates-deadlines/2020-2021/#fall20text
The cost for the CWDE courses (which include the materials) are outlined in Exhibit A of the Articulation Agreement and are as follows: $495 for EVS 133 and $425 for EVS 333.
After passing the certification exam issued by the state of Florida through the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, students may apply for entry-level positions (Level-C) in the Water and Wastewater industries throughout the state.
Individuals may apply in their local communities or in any other location in Florida which has openings for water and wastewater Level-C treatment operators.
Yes. Certifications are through Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and the cost for the exam is $100. More information can be obtained at https://floridadep.gov/water/certification-restoration/content/examination-application-overview
Pay ranges vary by county. Florida’s average hourly wage in this industry is $23.42 (please see our marketing flyer for more information).
Courses will cover basic math as well as science. A working knowledge of both is preferred.
UF has an articulation agreement with Florida Gateway College which will award college credit to all CWDE students who successfully complete EVS 133 and/or EVS 333. Please see this flyer from FGC for more information about specific credits.
CWDE students do not receive college credit from UF (only from FGC). A UF certificate of completion will be mailed to each student who successfully completed either course.
Information about next school year will be provided at a later date, as it becomes available. For now, the focus is on 2020-2021 school year.
CAPE 2020-2021 course codes are FLDEP003 and FLDEP006, detailed information can be found here: http://www.fldoe.org/core/fileparse.php/8904/urlt/2021-csfl-rec-all.pdf
Career dual enrollment carries the same GPA weighting as academic dual enrollment and is considered an acceleration mechanism for schools. New legislation passed during this most recent legislative session addresses career dual enrollment can be found here