Your orientation will take place through various methods:

1) Online Dual-Credit Orientation (this webpage; please read thoroughly)
2) 双学分导向PDF
3) The Catalog 你作为学生和BUF之间有合同吗. You will be responsible for the catalog requirements. Please pay extra attention to pages 14-45, 48-71, and 76-79.
4) 学生手册
5) 注册包 and 新生迎新表格 -把你的表格发邮件给Mrs. 斯蒂芬妮·奥尔@ sworr@buf.edu no later than the end of the first week of the semester. (或者用邮政邮件寄给Mrs. Stephanie Orr, BUF, 学院道5400号, 格雷斯维尔,佛罗里达州32440)

Submit the New Student Orientation Agreement Form and the Information Form 在学期的第一周之前.

In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact:

The information below will help you learn more about BUF and have an amazing start to your BUF career!

请注意: 所有深蓝色的文字都是"Links" and must be clicked on to access needed information.


You will find valuable information on our website, http://www.BUF.edu/,例如:


你收到你的 学生的用户名、密码和IDnumber from I.T. 一旦你被学院录取. These will be emailed to your personal email account that you provided to BCF. 不要和别人分享你的密码. Your ID number is a unique 6-digit number and will be used at times when verifying your identity. Keep your login information and ID number in a safe place for future reference. If you have any questions, please contact 招生 at 800-328-2660, ext. 460, or  admissions@buf.eduIf you have just been admitted, your student email and password will arrive soon.

Our learning management system is called MyBUF (e-learning by Jenzabar). 您将通过两种方式访问MyBUF:

  • Go to the website and choose the MyBUF link at the top of the page
  • Go to http://mybcf.snowystore.com. You will need to login with your MyBUF credentials.

You must use your 佛罗里达浸会大学 student username and password to log-in to MyBUF and gain access to your personal data. Enter your assigned username in the “User Name" box and your assigned password in the “Password" box and click “Login" or press [enter] on your keyboard.

See instructional video about logging in to MyBUF:


  • 一旦你登录到 MyBUF, look at the left sidebar at the pages entitled “Getting Started” and “Student Navigation.这些将帮助你浏览MyBUF.
  • A tutorial on navigating MyBUF is available under “Getting Started.”
  • IT 110 N will provide more specific training about how to use MyBUF. 你将在BUF的第一个学期学习IT 110 N.


  • 您将收到一个BUF电子邮件帐户. All correspondence with the college will be through your BUF account. 你有责任定期检查. Find the email link at the top of the BUF website. You will use your assigned BUF email address as your username and your assigned password as the password.
  • 设置好你的邮箱后, You may be required to set up or complete 2-factor verification (a text message with a 6-digit code or a phone call in which you press # ).
  • For more information on setting up your BUF email, you can go here.


  • 双学分学生不能获得经济援助.
  • Students must pay 75% of charges prior to beginning classes each semester. The remaining 25% balance is due forty-five calendar days later.
  • Students that fail to make the required initial payments will be dropped from classes at the end of the Drop/Add period.
  • 您可以支付:
    • Online
    • Check
    • 信用卡-致电BUF (800-328-2660)
      • Press “0” for the University operator, and ask for the Business Office



  • Books can be purchased through BUF’s online bookstore: logo电子图书. 学生也可以从其他零售商那里购买.
  • You can also view your textbooks on the registration module after completing a search for classes and on your student schedule after registering. 点击+号.
  • Order your books as soon as you register to ensure that you get them in a timely fashion. 请记得预留装运时间.
  • If you need help ordering textbooks please contact Beth Andrews | Administrative Assistant Office of Academic Affairs deandrews@buf.edu 或800-328-2660分机. 414.


  • The BUF 图书馆 should be your first choice for all of your academic research needs and is fully available to online students.
  • Extensive resources are available to all BUF students. 这些资源包括:
    • Print and electronic materials ready for checkout
      • 乐谱,主题-百科全书 & Dictionaries, Fun Fiction, DVDs, Literary Criticisms, Commentaries, & 教师教育类书籍
    • On-demand 24/7 databases that provide scholarly research materials
    • WorldCat 24/7 to view resources available worldwide
      • Inter-图书馆 Loan (ILL) services for articles and books
  • For more information, please visit the 图书馆 tab on your myBUF portal or 给图书管理员发邮件 at 给图书管理员发邮件 或致电800-328-2660转449.
  • 请注意: Materials are mailed out at the library’s expense. Return postage is the responsibility of the student.


You should have received an email from our IT department with your student username and password and a computer usage policy. 请务必签署本保险单并将其交回:


可以找到该策略 here.


  • 好消息! As a BUF student, you now have a Microsoft Office 365 education account. On MyBUF, look for the “BUF Office 365” link under quick links on the left side of the page. Use your BUF email and password to log in and look around.
  • Your account provides you with unlimited cloud storage and the Microsoft Office Suite web version as well as the full version of the programs (Word, Excel, 演示文稿, Outlook, OneNote, Access, 出版商, etc.) for *free* on up to 5 personal computers and up to 10 smartphones, iPads and/or tablets as long as you have an active BUF email address.
  • If you do not have the latest version of Microsoft Office, it is highly recommended you download and install the *free* Office suite using your account, to avoid issues students sometimes encounter with older versions of Microsoft Office.
  • An Office 365 account linked to your BUF email address will be necessary for viewing lectures and some other materials. If you receive a message saying you do not have access to a lecture or other material in a course, make sure that the Office 365 account tied to your BUF email address is the active account. 联系LMS教师助理寻求帮助.


  • BUF courses, both classroom and online, require computer usage.
  • For academic success, at a minimum, students must be proficient in the following areas:
    • 文档处理:创建, editing, 格式化, saving, and printing a document in Microsoft Word (or a similar word processor).
    • Internet:访问Internet, 使用搜索引擎, 在网站内导航, 撰写和发送电子邮件通信.
  • Students who do not meet these computer proficiency requirements for university courses should take IT 101. Introduction to Computer Use in their first semester.
  • Students who have concerns about meeting the proficiency requirements or need to improve their computer skills should enroll in IT 202. Information Technology Applications during their first semester.
    • If necessary, the professor of IT 202 will direct students to IT 101 N during the drop/add period.
  • Students taking their first BUF online course are required to take IT 110 N (Orientation to Online Learning) to prepare students for navigating the Learning Management System and for successful online learning practices.
  • Additional computer skills will be required for some courses that are online or have online components.
    • 这些课程包括, 但不限于, speech- related or music-related courses offered in an online format.


  • 为了工作成功, 佛罗里达浸会大学 students must have up-to-date computer hardware and software.
  • 所有的课程, 在线和课堂, 包含一些使用电子学习的在线组件, Jenzabar的LMS(学习管理系统).
  • 学生应:
    • 接收电子邮件
    • 查找信息
    • 完成并提交作业
  • Having the needed computer hardware and software, or access to it, is the student’s responsibility.
    • 需要的物品在目录中有说明.
    • 电话等工具, tablets, and Chromebooks are not sufficient for completing all work required.


  • Participation in online courses is tracked and is vital to your success as a student. You must participate each week and remain active in your courses.
  • 参与的衡量标准是:
    • 提交论坛帖子或回复
    • 提交测验或测试
    • 提交任何可评分的作业
    • Personal, phone, or email contact with the professor regarding specific coursework.
  • If you become inactive, you will receive notification via email and a phone call.
  • Staying inactive could lead to failure of the course.


  • 抄袭是不能容忍的.
  • According to The College Writer: A Guide to Thinking, Writing, and Researching (Van Rys et.al., 2018, p. 434), 剽窃的定义是, 用别人的话说, ideas, or images (what’s called intellectual property) so they appear to be your own. 当你抄袭时, you use source material – whether published in print or online – without acknowledging the source.”
  • 在本质上, plagiarism is using any type of intellectual work—intentionally or unintentionally—as one’s own creative thought or work.
  • The most common form of plagiarism is when a student reproduces or submits another person’s words or sentences as his or her own without citing the original author.
  • Even if the words are changed and are not verbatim, if the context and thought of the structure of the words remain the same, 这仍然构成了剽窃.
  • All research – whether quoted or paraphrased – must be cited (footnotes and bibliography).
  • Plagiarism may also include self-plagiarism: that is, when a student submits for course credit a version of his or her work that has been submitted for a previous class or assignment without explicit permission from the course professor.


  • University policy includes three steps or levels of discipline for plagiarism during a student’s academic career. First offense: reduction of the student’s grade on the assignment by a justifiable amount based on the offense and the student’s intent; second offense: failure of the student for the course; third offense: failure for the course and referral to the Executive Vice-President of Academic Affairs for disciplinary action.


佛罗里达浸会大学 is required to provide reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities who have submitted appropriate documentation of the disability to the Executive Vice-President of Academic Affairs. Students who need special accommodations should contact the Academic Affairs office prior to or at the beginning of the semester. The  Executive Vice-President of Academic Affairs will then inform the professor of each of the student’s courses of the needed accommodations. Then, the student should contact each professor to discuss the implementation of the accommodations. 看水流 学生手册、残疾学生.


Dr. Robin Jumper | Executive Vice-President of Academic Affairs
800-328-2660 Ext. 425


Beth Andrews | Administrative Assistant Office of Academic Affairs
800-328-2660 ext. 414

  Maegan Erp | LMS Faculty Assistant; Online Program Contact
  mjerp@buf.edu or lms@buf.edu 
  800-328-2660 Ext. 429






Andy Davis | LMS Faculty Assistant; Online Program Contact  

adavis@buf.edu or lms@buf.edu   

800-328-2660 Ext. 540  




Hugo Garcia |  LMS Faculty Assistant; Online Program Contact; Attendance Clerk
hagarcia@buf.edu or lms@snowystore.com
800-328-2660 Ext. 523



800.328.2660 ext. 454



  800.328.2660 ext. 408