This booklet provides everything you need to know, and then some, about the Florida Southern experience.
flsouthern.edu Everything you need to know. T a b l e o f c o n te n t s Welcome! 1 Blast Off 1 Important Dates 2 Important Numbers 3 Summer Check List 4 Orientation Summary 5 Up Next Course 6 Common Reading 8 Student Organizations 12 Greek Life 13 Campus Ministries 13 Service and Outreach Programs 14 Wellness Center 20 Community Living 21 What to Bring 23 Dining/Meal Plans 24 Technology 26 Student Solutions Center 26 Academic Assistance 27 Career Center 28 Counseling/Student Health Center 29 Campus Security/Parking 29 Campus Mail Congratulations and welcome to the most beautiful campus in the nation! This booklet provides everything you need to know, and then some, about the Florida Southern experience. It’s all here – important dates, a list of what to bring (and what not to bring), an Orientation check-list, technology recommendations (including where to get student discounts), where to check in, campus security, parking permits, mail and everything in between are all addressed. Once you get on campus, you won’t go hungry… guaranteed. Meal plan details are outlined, and there’s a guide to eating your way around campus. We’ve also included where you can go to work off all that food! And last but not least, cool stuff to do around Lakeland, your new home away from home. Read on and learn how to be part of the big picture – your picture. Enjoy your journey! 7 Things to Do on Campus 32 Around Town/Lakeland 32 Discover FL 32 Theme Park Tickets 32 Social Media Directory 15 Intramural Sports 16 Festival of Fine Arts 18 Study Abroad/Junior Journey 19 Campus Services 16 – Move-in Day 16 – ACE Presents: Headphone Dance Party 17 – Get to know your Residence Hall 17 – Late Night at the Water Dome 18 – ACE Presents: Glow Ball 19 – Blast Off, Student Organization Fair 20 – First Day of Classes 20 – Center for Student Involvement, Block Party 21 – ACE Presents: Karaoke Night 22 – Price is Right 23 – Hall Wars 23 – TûTû’s Live presents: Josh & Larkin 24 – Simmons Center for Multicultural Appreciation, Welcome Back Event 25 – Pizza from the Prez 27 – Community Night, Sponsored by Community Living 29 – Southern Cinema: Flick ‘n Float 29 – ACE Presents: Novelty Night 30 – Mocs Magic - Trip to Disney 31 – Labor Day Picnic Blast Off Be Sure To Attend Blast Off, FSC’s Annual Student Involvement Fair! August 19 Blast Off, our annual Student Involvement Fair, features our 90+ organizations and is a great way for you to get information about getting involved. • Free food, games, and fun! • Tuesday, August 19, 8 –10 p.m. in the Jenkins Field House • Sponsored by Student Government and the Center for Student Involvement last Off 6 – Discover FL: Tampa Aquarium 12 – MOCS Comedy Series: Jen Kober 12-13 – Campus Ministries Retreat 14-20 – Fraternity Recruitment 20 – Discover FL: Shuttle to Shop 25 – Southern Cinema 27 – Mocs Night Out: EDM Dance Party students here. This is the kind of place where everyone knows your name.” ~ Katie Widner, sophomore / Political Science Important Dates 1 October There’s an amazing camaraderie among “ 1-5 – Sorority Recruitment KIckoff 6 – Fraternity/Sorority New Member Retreat 8 – Simmons Center for Multicultural Appreciation, Open Mic Night 14 – Discover FL: Universal Studios 16 – Discover FL: Sea World September August I MPOR T AN T NUMB E RS Admissions Athletics 800.274.4131 863.680.4120 (fax) 863.680.4244 863.680.4122 (fax) 863.680.4186 863.680.6270 (fax) Health Center 863.680.4292 863.680.4378 (fax) HelpDesK LiBRARY Life and Cultural Center 863.616.6426 863.680.4164 863.680.6285 863.680.4443 (fax) Bookstore Business Office / 863.680.4154 Student Accounts 863.616.6467 (fax) Campus Safety IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 863.680.4305 863.680.4214 (fax) 863.680.3555 Mail Services 863.680.6222 Provost 863.680.4124 863.680.3088 (fax) Registrar 863.680.4127 863.680.4565 (fax) ROTC 863.680.4235 863.680.4239 (fax) Student Development 863.680.4209 863.680.4195 (fax) Student INVOLVEMENT 863.680.4499 Student Solutions Center WELLNESS Center 863.680.4900 863.680-4567 (fax) 863.680.6290 863.680.6249 (fax) Chaplain 863.680.4297 863.680.4121 (fax) Community Living / Housing Counseling Center 863.680.4206 863.680.4195 (fax) 863.680.6236 863.680.4435 (fax) Financial Aid 800.205.1600 863.680.4567 (fax) 2 Summer Check List Orientation Summary Up Next Course Common Reading 3 S u m m e r C h e c k Li s t Orientation Highlights: • Moc Pride! – opening night where you’ll get to know each other and your very enthusiastic and energetic Orientation Leaders • Headphone dance party (an Orientation favorite!) • Class photo • Academic department meetings to get to know your faculty • Small Group Orientation Activities • Common Reading Catching Fire District competitions • Get to know your Residence Hall • Late Night at the Water Dome • Glow Ball – Dodge Ball + black lights = AWESOME! • Blast Off, our student organization fair • Plus time to enjoy the pool, lakefront, Wellness Center, Bookstore, or take a Shuttle to Shopping Orientation Summary New Student Orientation welcomes you to the Florida Southern community. During the four days before classes begin, you’ll: • make new friends by meeting other new students • visit one-on-one with your faculty advisor • familiarize yourself with the most beautiful campus in the country • get to know college staff, services, and resources • have fun as a Florida Southern College student! Look for arrival information and specifics about your Orientation experience to arrive later this summer. Residential Student Check in: You’ll receive a personal appointment time for Saturday, August 16 and directions on how to check in. Members of the FSC community are on hand to assist you and your family with moving into the residence halls. Please be sure to label your boxes and belongings with your name. Unfortunately, requests to arrive on campus prior to the official check-in day cannot be accommodated. CoMMUTER STUDENT CHECK-IN: Commuter students may check in from noon until 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 16 in Honeyman Pavillion. An informative program, specifically designed for commuters, will follow at 12:45 p.m. in Branscomb 202. FAMILY PARTICIPATION AT ORIENTATION: The family experience is very important at Florida Southern, so programming is made available for parents Saturday afternoon and evening, and early Sunday afternoon. Families should expect to depart campus around 2:15 p.m. on Sunday. 4 To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/orientation Questions: Call us at 863.680.4900 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Up Next Course by The Princeton Review The Up Next course was designed by The Princeton Review to help students excel throughout their college experiences at Florida Southern College. The Princeton Review has a strong track record of helping students succeed from middle school through graduate school and beyond. The Up Next program consists of a path of six modules. You will learn how to: • A chieve Your College Goals – identify priorities, set goals, find motivation, and achieve dedication with the Great Expectations module • M anage Your Time – the art of time management and strategies for implementation • C reate Community – identify your patterns of choices and what to look for in seeking a positive environment • C ritical Thinking – college professors will expect you to be a strong critical thinker: what does that term really mean and how do you show it? • M ake the Grade – get to know your own personal learning preferences and identify your best study techniques • M anage Your Money – manage day-to-day finances and understand student loan as well as debt repayment BENEFITS • Get the most out of your college experience • Improve college readiness • Learn essential life skills and study skills that will be used throughout college and beyond Hit The Ground Running! The transition to college can be a challenging one. This distinctive college preparatory course prepares you with the knowledge and the tools you will need to succeed. Up Next will improve your college readiness, provide you with personalized attention, and offer you an engaging and motivating program. Not only will you gain fundamental skills that will help you excel, you will also receive college credit for successfully completing the course. Questions: Contact the Student Solutions Center at 863.680.4900 or email@example.com. Register today at flsouthern.edu/upnext 5 S u m m e r C h e c k Li s t The power of a “common read” is that it can create community and kinship between people from different backgrounds and sets of interests. Your professors will be able to add levels of meaning and depth to the text allowing you to explore a familiar book in new contexts. There are many ways to connect the post-apocalyptic nation of Panem to our SAGA* theme of environment and sustainability. During orientation, you can look forward to being part of a “district” with physical, intellectual, and other competitions. You’ll be able to help your district earn points as you learn about the various support offices on campus in an Amazing Race and connect with fellow students as you complete an ROTCdesigned obstacle course. Common Reading The Hunger Games: Catching Fire At Summer Advising Day, all first-year students will be given a common book to read. This year’s book is the The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Susanne Collins. Six months after having been been declared the winners of the 74th Hunger Games, 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen and her partner, Peeta Mellark, are charged by Coriolanus Snow, the ruthless president of Panem, to quell the possible uprising their irregular win seems to be fueling within the districts. Failing to do so, the president seeks to punish Katniss and Peeta by holding another edition of the Hunger Games wherein they must again compete to save their lives. *student Awareness Generates Action (SAGA) As an institution committed to preparing students to make positive and important contributions to the world, FSC has designed a program aimed at creating motivated and responsible learners, who can relate positively to each other, our faculty and staff, and the world. For the academic years 2012-2014, sustainability will be the focus of our community. This theme will reoccur in classes, common-reading assignments, movies shown on the campus cable system, Student Government Association, and residence life activities. 6 To learn more visit flsouthern.edu/common-read Things to Do on Campus 7 Things to do on Campus Student Organizations Florida Southern College has many ways for students to get involved on campus. There are more than 90 student organizations covering a diverse range of topics – something for everyone. To help you find the organization that best suits your interests, student organizations are placed in the following broad categories: • Entertainment • Honorary • Interest • Professional • Religious • Service • Student Government • Fraternities/Sororities For more information on how to join a student organization or how to start your own, visit the Center for Student Involvement located in the Bandshell. Entertainment ACE is a student-driven organization that provides quality entertainment for the entire Florida Southern campus community. Kappa Mu Epsilon is a mathematics honor society that furthers the interest of undergraduate mathematics and helps realize the important role that mathematics has played in the development of Western civilization. Kappa Pi is an international honorary art fraternity. IOTA Tau ALPHA is an athletic training honor society. Lambda Pi Eta is a national communication honor society that recognizes, fosters, and rewards outstanding scholastic achievement in communication studies. Omicron Delta Kappa seeks to recognize and honor students, faculty, and staff for meritorious leadership and service to the college community. Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for members of Greek organizations. Phi EPSILON Kappa is a honorary for students pursuing careers in physical education, dance, health and recreation, and health/human performance. Phi Eta Sigma is the nation’s oldest and largest honor society for first-year students and seeks to encourage and reward academic excellence among them. PHI KAPPA DELTA is an international association for professional educators. PHI KAPPA PHI is one of the nation’s most selective collegiate honor societies and seeks to encourage superior scholarship in all disciplines. Pi Sigma Alpha is a national honor society for students studying political science and government. Pi Sigma TAU is a philosophy honor society. Psi Chi encourages, stimulates and maintains excellence in scholarship of members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and advances the science of psychology. SIGMA BETA DELTA is a business honor society. SIGMA DELTA PHI is a hispanic honor society. SIGMA Theta Tau is a nursing honor society. Honor Societies Alpha Epsilon Delta is a health professional honorary. Alpha Phi SIGMa is a national criminal justice honorary. Beta Beta Beta provides networking and service opportunities for biology majors. Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities. Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a national honor society for students who excel in the field of chemistry. Kappa Delta Pi provides opportunities and resources to educators at all stages of their education. 8 To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/clubs 90 Sigma Tau Delta confers distinction for high achievement in English language and literature in undergraduate, graduate and professional studies. THETA ALPHA KAPPA is a religion honor society. College Democrats promotes political awareness on the Florida Southern campus and in the Lakeland community as well as the ideals of the Democratic party. College Republicans promotes political awareness on Florida Southernâ€™s campus and in the Lakeland community as well as the ideals of the Republican party. Criminology Club exposes interested students to the diverse areas of criminology. COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB promotes knowledge of and greater interest in the science, design, construction, languages, management, and applications of modern computing. DISABILITY EDUCATION ACTIVISM AND LEADERSHIP (D.E.A.L.) is an organization meant to spread awareness about different types of disabilities. FSC CANCER SOCIETY is a support group for students with cancer and for those who support students with cancer. French Club creates a space for students interested in the French language and culture and encourages participation in French speaking. History Club is an organization for students with a general interest in history and those who wish to excel within the history major. Interlachen produces the Florida Southern yearbook. International Student Association seeks to gather people from all over the world to build global friends for life. Math Club is a club formed to promote the interest of math among students. Mocettes is the FSC dance team. MoCappellas is an acapella singing group. Model United Nations educates participants about current events, topics in international relations, diplomats, and the UN agenda. Multicultural Student Council (MSC) seeks to empower and educate the community through change, diversity, and involvement while bringing forth leaders and creating a bridge of unity and commitment. + STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Philosophy Club operates as a community forum in which ideas and texts are explored in thought and action. Psychology Club allows students to build leadership and communication skills while expanding their understanding and knowledge of psychology. Residence Hall Association serves as a voice of the halls and provides programming for residential students. Spanish Club seeks to enrich our understanding of the Spanish language and culture through service and interaction. Sport Management Club provides experience in the field of Sport Management. Sports Medicine Society brings together athletic training students with the issues they encounter within the major. Student Athletic Advisory Committee is an athletic advisory committee for the NCAA and FSC. Interest Allies seeks to provide a safe place for students of all sexual orientations, promoting awareness and sponsoring a feeling of community. American Chemical Society connects students with an interest in chemistry to professionals and opportunities in the chemistry field. Association of Honor Students serves as the liaison between students in the program and the governing faculty committee and strives to support its members with sponsored intellectual dialogue and simple camaraderie. Cantilevers creates an annual journal of the arts. Chess Club brings chess playing opportunities to the Florida Southern community. To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/clubs 9 Things to do on Campus Students for a Sustainable Campus promotes and generates green events and programs. Student Organization of Latinos (SOL) creates awareness of the Latino student population through social, volunteer, and educational events. To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit organization which aims to present hope for people struggling with addiction, depression, self injury, and thoughts of suicide while also investing directly into treatment and recovery. Toastmasters provides a mutually supportive and positive learning environment for members to develop their oral communication and leadership skills. Women’s Advocacy Club educates and informs about the injustices directed towards women in today’s society and promotes action. Vagabonds educates students and the surrounding community about the theatrical activity on and around campus. Professional American Advertising Federation works with a network of advertisers, agencies, media companies, and local advertising clubs to promote and protect the well being of advertising. Delta Omicron International Music Fraternity seeks to promote and support excellence in music and musicianship. EnACTUs is a community of students and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives. Florida Nursing Student Association advances the BSN Nursing major and provides an outlet of community, culture, and service for future nurses to voice their values, purpose, and vision while preparing for a life-changing career. Florida Public Relations Association promotes the external education of Public Relations majors and those interested in public relations. Health occupation Students of America is an organization for students interested in health occupations. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR MUSIC EDUCATION is an organization of American Music Educators. Phi Alpha Delta unites students and teachers of the law with members of the Bench and Bar in a fraternal fellowship which is designed to advance the ideals of liberty and equal justice under law. Phi Mu Alpha enriches the lives of music students and advances music in America. Pre-Professional Society/AMSA creates an environment where students of like minds and similar aspirations in the medical field can exchange information and share experiences that brings them closer to their career goals. Sigma Alpha promotes its members in all facets of agriculture and strengthens the bonds of friendship among them. It is the purpose of the members to strive for achievement in scholarship, leadership, and service and to further the development of excellence in women. ReAL ESTATE CLUB is for students interested in the real estate field. Religious Beyond offers a welcoming place for religious worship and friendly fellowship where people come to deepen their faith. Catholic Student AssociaTION provides students and members of the college community a home where they can strengthen their faith, discern the call of God, and grow into passionate Catholic leaders. Fellowship of Christian Athletes provides fellowship and Bible study for Florida Southern students. Jewish Student Association provides Florida Southern’s Jewish community with basic needs of Jewish life, informs other students about the religion, and fosters relationships with the community. SANDWICH MINISTRIES is a service organization that feeds the homeless community in downtown Lakeland on Sunday afternoons. Upper Room seeks to give the campus an awesome experience with God through fellowship, worship and prayer. 10 Learn more at flsouthern.edu/clubs 90 Wesley Fellowship is dedicated to Jesus Christ through worship, small groups, service and growth. A Christian organization, Wesley Fellowship is affiliated with the United Methodist Church but welcomes all. DANCE MARATHON is a philanthropic organization that raises money and awareness for Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network. Habitat for Humanity promotes awareness, fundraising, advocacy, and construction of affordable low-income housing. Rotaract seeks to put service above self in the Lakeland community and around the world while working alongside the Rotary Club of Lakeland. TZeDeK raises awareness for social justice issues and to take action for them. Up Til Dawn educates the campus and community about the mission of St. Jude Childrenâ€™s Research Hospital. + STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS Service Best Buddies maintains one to one friendships with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Circle K International is a service organization formed to help the community through various service projects. It is part of an umbrella of organizations led by Kiwanis International. Student Government Student Government Association (SGA) empowers, communicates, and promotes unity through education and service in order to represent the student body. Learn more at flsouthern.edu/clubs 11 Things to do on Campus Fraternity/Sorority Communities Along with friendships and fun, fraternities and sororities excel at bringing out the best in their members. Through involvement in their various activities and philanthropies, brothers and sisters develop leadership, organization, communication and interpersonal skills. Fraternities include: • Alpha Gamma Rho • Lambda Chi Alpha • Pi Kappa Alpha • Pi Kappa Phi • Sigma Alpha Epsilon • Sigma Chi • Theta Chi Sororities include: • Alpha Chi Omega • Alpha Delta Pi • Alpha Omicron Pi • Gamma Phi Beta • Kappa Delta • Zeta Tau Alpha Find out more about each Greek organization at Blast Off on Tuesday, August 19. Or visit the Center for Student Involvement located in the Bandshell and be sure to register for recruitment. 12 To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/greek FSCGreeks | @FSC Panhellenic | @FSC_IFC Campus Ministries The student-led campus ministries are at the heart of religious life at Florida Southern College. Virtually every night of the week there is an opportunity for students to put their beliefs into practice and live out their faith. With a variety of offerings, it’s easy to find your niche, develop your leadership skills, and discover your place in a ministry to be passionate about. Students are encouraged to join us for Chapel Service each Sunday. Get involved with the many campus ministry organizations. Find out more at Blast Off on Tuesday, August 19 or stop by the Fannin Campus Ministries Center. Service and Outreach Programs Florida Southern facilitates group and individual participation in service projects throughout the year. Clubs, departments, and campus organizations are encouraged to participate in one-day activities, special events, and on-going projects. Through our wide network of community partnerships, FSC students have made tremendous contributions – averaging more than 32,000 hours annually. In fact, FSC was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll five years in a row for exemplary service to America’s communities. Students volunteer with agencies such as: • Habitat for Humanity • Locks of Love • Agape Food Banks • Salvation Army • Lighthouse Ministries • Big Brothers/Big Sisters To get involved, stop by the Community Service office located in the Simmons Multicultural Center and we’ll help you get off and running. To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/service 13 Things to do on Campus Wellness Center Discovering Your Personal Best The Florida Southern College Wellness Program encourages a holistic lifestyle focused on health, fitness, and recreation. Activities at the Wellness Center include aquatics, fitness, group exercise classes, intramural sports, and outdoor recreational programs. Group Classes A variety of group exercise classes are offered throughout the week to help you strengthen your body. Hereâ€™s just a sample: AB ATTACK: A workout devoted entirely to the abdominals, hips, and lower back. Youâ€™ll strengthen and stretch your core in 30-minutes. BOOT CAMP: Bored with your usual workout routine? This is a 60 minute power-packed cardio and strength workout that incorporates the full body! INDOOR CYCLING: Sweating has never been so much fun. Experience a cardio workout where you follow the instructor through hills and sprints during a 30 or 45 minute bike ride. YOGA: This class includes classical yoga postures, breathing techniques, and relaxation methods. Benefits include: stress release, body strength, weight control, improved body alignment, flexibility, and concentration. ZUMBA: A fun, effective and simple fitness system that uses the principal of aerobic interval training to maximize caloric output, fat burning, and total body toning. The explosive Latin rhythms create a party like atmosphere that delivers results. Nina B. Hollis Wellness Center Hours: Monday-Wednesday: 6 a.m.-11 p.m. Thursday/Friday: 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday: noon-10 p.m. FITNESS ROOM Improve health, gain strength, and energy! The Fitness Room features a wide selection of cardio machines and strength-training equipment. Personal CONSULTATION & TRAINING Our Jump Start program puts you in touch with one of our personal trainers who will conduct a fitness assessment, offer a health/fitness consultation, a personalized exercise prescription, and training. This service is FREE to all students! Stop by the Wellness Center to learn more. 14 To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/wellness Get Out. Enjoy the Sun. pool Monday-Friday: 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Saturday/Sunday: noon-6 p.m. Our amazing pool is an eight-lane, 25-yard competition pool with an attached recreational shallow end. This outstanding facility also provides equipment for water basketball and water volleyball. The pool stays open year-round and is heated for winter use. Intramural Sports Join In! The Princeton Review recently ranked Florida Southern in the top 10 of the ‘Everybody Plays Intramural Sports’ category. Our amazing intramural program offers both individual and team sports and an activity schedule that includes basketball, dodge ball, flag football, soccer, tennis, kayak races, and Ultimate Frisbee, just to name a few. Intramurals are open to current Florida Southern students, faculty, and staff. You don’t need to be a star athlete to participate – play for the fun, physical activity, and sportsmanship! Outdoor Recreation The outdoor recreation program provides students a wide array of outdoor activities. Activities include bicycling, rock climbing, horseback riding, zip lining, camping, archery, and snorkeling with manatees. One-day excursions enable participants to enjoy Florida’s remarkable state parks and recreational facilities. EQUIPMENT CHECKOUT Plan your own adventure while staying on budget. We’ve got tents, coolers, sleeping bags, bikes, hiking packs, and more. The Equipment Checkout Room is open Monday through Saturday 3 to 5 p.m. or by appointment. LIVING LAKESIDE With Lake Hollingsworth in Florida Southern’s backyard, students enjoy the waterfront and all it offers. All FSC residence halls are just steps from the lake. The 3-mile path around this beautiful lake is the perfect setting for walking, jogging, or biking. Check-out a kayak from the Boathouse or learn how to water ski at one of our water ski clinics. For sign-up and schedules, visit flsouthern.edu/intramurals 15 Things to do on Campus Festival of Fine Arts Florida Southern is the venue for exciting performances and exhibits featuring a variety of world-renowned guest artists as well as our gifted students and faculty. The Festival of Fine Arts, a unique arts series, provides students with invaluable opportunities to attend outstanding performances, interact with important guest artists, and perform with faculty and peers. Most performances are free to students. Mark your calendar for stunning performances by American vocalist, Hilary Kole with her “Big Band” in Over the Rainbow, a musical tribute to Judy Garland, and internationally renowned dance company, Tango Buenos Aires, in Song of Eva Perón, a journey through dance and music of the life of “Evita.” Music Performances Each year the Music Department presents a number of performances. These include: • The Faculty Showcase featuring faculty in solo and collaborative roles • Music Under the Stars featuring the FSC Bands in the beautiful Pipkin Bandshell • The Christmas Gala featuring student ensembles and soloists presenting traditional holiday music The collaboration between the FSC Opera Theatre and FSC Symphony Orchestra is an annual highlight. This year, they will perform La Traviata, by Romantic Italian composer, Giuseppe Verdi. Melvin Art Gallery The Melvin Art Gallery displays the work of Florida Southern students as well as other professional artists. The gallery exhibits both historical and contemporary art that is stimulating to students and inspire them in their own work. The Gallery is open to the entire college community and the public. Theatre Performances The Theatre Arts Department will also present their usual outstanding productions in Buckner Theatre, including two musicals, to celebrate the launch of FSC’s new dance program. Auditions for theatre performances are open to all students. You do not need to be a theatre major. So, plan to audition and join the production! 16 To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/ffa Study Abroad /Junior Journey 17 St u d y A b r o a d / J u n i o r J o u r n e y Study Abroad Expand Your Horizons Study abroad allows you to broaden your horizons while earning academic credit. Learn a new language, meet people from all over the world, and share your ideas in new environments. The Study Abroad program offers several choices. Choose from May Term, summer, or semester-long study based on your area of interest and schedule. Each trip includes classes geared to a variety of majors and levels of proficiency. When you’re ready to get going, Office of Student Travel is your best place to start! Florida Southern College is committed to making this opportunity available to you and preparing you to make positive and important contributions to our increasing globalized world. Junior Journey The Journey Of A Lifetime Every new first-year student has the opportunity to participate in a Junior Journey in his or her junior or senior year. Students choose from a wide selection of course topics in many exciting locations, both domestically and abroad. Trips are offered during May Term, summer, fall break, and spring break. The itinerary for your Junior Journey might include: • S tudying behavioral ecology of tropical lizards in Bermuda • E xploring art and art history in Ireland, England, and France • I nvestigating TV networks, ad agencies, and PR firms in New York City • Working with underprivileged children in Costa Rica • T ouring the Dickens House and Tower of London while studying Victorian literature in London • Studying the history and architecture of ancient Greece • R esearching global health and serving in a hospital on the island of St. Lucia • Improving your Spanish in Madrid • E xamining leading edge business practices of German corporations • T ouring through Rome while attempting to crack the DaVinci Code • Participating in a business simulation in Brazil BENEFITS Study abroad enhances and empowers your life in many meaningful ways. These include: • Earn academic credits while traveling abroad • Understand another culture, first-hand • Learn a language while immersed in new locations • Travel, explore your surroundings • Develop skills while discovering new strengths, and conquering new challenges • Meet other students from around the world • Expand your world view and perspectives • Enhance the value of your degree • Expand employment opportunities and your personal network of contacts 18 To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/studyabroad Campus Services 19 C a m p u s Se r v i c e s Community Living We strive to make your residence hall experience a positive and impactful one. To that end, we invite you to become familiar with those staff members directly responsible for your residence hall experience. The Florida Southern Staff The Office of Community Living is within the division of Student Development. Our staff works cooperatively with other key offices to ensure the best residential experience possible. They include: the Center for Student Involvement, Counseling Center, Student Health Center, Wellness Center, the Simmons Center for Multicultural Awareness, and Campus Safety. The Assitant DEAN FOR Community LivinG & Accountability supervises all the daily operations of the office including management of the residential life experience and student accountability for the college campus. The DIRECTOR OF STUDENT ACCOUNTABILITY strives to ensure that students are educated on campus policies and that a fair and equitable process is adhered to when students are in violation of the Cornerstone Code of Conduct. The Director will also ensure that an educational approach is taken with the student accountability process Our Assistant Directors of Community Living oversee the areas of residential education and housing operations to ensure a safe and enjoyable living environment. They provide direct supervision and guidance to Hall Directors and Resident advisors. Hall Directors are staff members who supervise the Resident Advisors, create an inclusive community that is safe and welcoming, interpret College policy for residents, tour the building routinely to assess maintenance needs, and provide emergency response. Resident Advisors (RAs) are peer helpers in the residential communities. They are paraprofessional staff members and undergraduate student leaders who are responsible for the social and educational programming. They also focus on the health and safety of the halls and foster an environment of accountability among the residents. Approximately 70 RAs serve the College with a higher concentration of RAs placed in the first-year communities. Room Conditions Rooms are furnished with a bed, desk, chair, dresser and closet/wardrobe space for each student assigned to the room. Window blinds are supplied in all residence halls. All furniture supplied by the college must remain in the room. Other than bunk beds, no other furniture may be stacked. Bunking pins are available from the Office of Community Living. 20 To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/communityliving WHAT TO BRING Items To Leave At Home While students are encouraged to make their residence hall rooms their home away from home, we ask that you please note the following items. These are not permitted in the residence halls. These items are considered fire and safety hazards: • Candles and incense • Halogen lamps • Christmas lights • Toasters These items cause a significant amount of damage in the residence halls and can be costly to remove: • Sleeper sofas • Glow-in-the-dark stars • Duct tape Pillow Linens: towels, extra long twin sheets, blankets, mattress pad Toiletries: soap, shampoo, toothpaste, tissues and something to carry toiletries Shower shoes First aid items: pain relievers, Band-aids, vitamins, etc. Hair dryer Laundry detergent (high efficiency) and basket Clothes hangers Iron and ironing board Small sewing kit Study lamp Alarm clock Small refrigerator (no larger than 3.6 cubic feet) M icrowave oven (space saver or apartment size is preferred) C omputer/laptop, printer D esk supplies: pens, scissors, paperclips, pencil sharpener Calendar/date book/planner W riting paper, envelopes, stamps Poster, pictures for walls (poster putty) Pictures of family and friends Telephone T V, tablet, iPad U L-listed surge protectors and/or extension cords C an opener Crates or other shelving for books T hrow pillows, bean bag chair Throw rugs (most rooms have tile floors) Carpet sweeper/dust buster/broom Small tool kit and flashlight Umbrella P lants Snack foods C leaning supplies Flatware, plates, bowls, cups, glasses Business attire (for classroom presentations) 21 C a m p u s Se r v i c e s What You Need To Know • Students may not put nails or screws in the walls. Poster putty is recommended. • Pets are prohibited except for fish in a tank no larger than 10 gallons. • There is no storage space on campus. If you need to store belongings, contact an independent storage company. • Students are not permitted to paint their own rooms. Please contact the hall staff at check in if you have a concern related to the condition of the walls. • Cooking appliances are not allowed (hot plates, skillets, toasters, toaster ovens or any coiled appliance). Only a small George Foreman grill, microwave and coffee maker are allowed. • Refrigerators may be no larger than 3.6 cubic feet. • Use extension cords and surge protectors with the UL label (14 gauge or higher and no longer than 10 ft.). Use polarized cords for safety. Telephone service & Cable TV • Each room has one operational telephone jack. Each student has access to an individual voice mailbox. Voicemail may be accessed by dialing 6299, enter passcode. • For on-campus calls, dial only the last four digits of the number. To dial off-campus, first dial 9. • Rooms are not equipped with a phone. • Cable is provided to each room. Basic local and national channels available. • Channel 96 is the College’s cable channel featuring announcements and movies. Laundry facilities Laundry facilities are located in Joseph-Reynolds, Allan Spivey, Hollis, the Publix Commons, Jenkins, Miller, and Wesley Hall. As well as in, Colony Arms, Lake Morton, and Lake Hollingsworth apartments. All residential students enjoy the convenience and cost savings of free laundry. Visit “Laundry View,” on the student home page (flsouthern.edu/students) to check on the availability of washers and dryers and monitor your laundry’s progress. 22 Learn more at flsouthern.edu/communityliving Dining/Meal Plans How Do The Meal Plans Work? Meal plans are made up of a combination of swipes and points. Swipes can be used at Wynee’s Bistro for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Points (1 point = $1) may be used to purchase additional meals at Wynee’s but also at other venues on campus. You will find a wide variety of dining options that accommodate your busy schedule as well as nutritional demands. Wynee’s Bistro (main dining hall, Herbert E. Wolfe Building) Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Saturday/Sunday: 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.-8 p.m. 20 meal plan – 6 swipes (meals) in Wynee’s Bistro and $55 in points that can be used at any food venue on campus including Wynee’s. When you use points at Wynee’s, you will be charged $3.96 per meal providing approximately 14 meals. The 20 Meal Plan is required of all first-year residential students. 15 meal plan – 5 meal swipes in Wynee’s Bistro and $46 in points. On this plan, points used in Wynee’s are charged at $4.61 per meal. 10 meal plan – 3 meal swipes in Wynee’s Bistro and $40 in points. On this plan, points used in Wynee’s are charged at $5.74 per meal. 5 meal plan – 34 points that can be used at any food venue on campus including Wynee’s. On this plan, points used in Wynee’s are charged at $6.86 per meal. This option is available to commuter students or residential students with full kitchen access only. While swipes reset Monday morning (unused swipes are lost), unused points roll over from week to week but cannot be carried over into the next semester. Both swipes and points are prorated during weeks with breaks, such as fall and spring break. Terrace Café/Freshens (first floor of Wolfe Building) Quick breakfast, lunch, or late night snack Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.-1 a.m.; Saturday: 9 a.m.-1 a.m.; Sunday: 9 a.m.-11 p.m. Moc Mart (first floor next to Terrace Café/Freshens) Campus convenience store Monday-Friday: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Saturday/Sunday: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. TûTû’s Cyber Café (inside Roux Library) Features Starbucks Coffee, grab-and-go salads and sandwiches, and bakery items Monday-Thursday: 7 a.m.-3 a.m.; Friday: 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday: noon-3 a.m. THE GrIll Master (outside Roux Library) Grill favorites such as hot dogs, chicken, burgers, etc. Monday-Friday: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Mocs Bucks can also be used to purchase food, supplies, or printing services at any of our campus venues—including the bookstore. You can add Moc Bucks to your FSC ID at any time through the FSC Portal or by visiting the Business Office between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Note: You will be charged a $1 convenience fee for each online deposit. THE BUCK STOP (located in the center of campus) Breakfast sandwiches, grill items and pizza! Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Hours and price per meal are subject to change. To learn more, visit flsouthern.edu/cafe 23 C a m p u s Se r v i c e s Technology Florida Southern operates comprehensive computer facilities. All residence hall rooms, classrooms, and laboratories are connected through a high-speed network. Currently, more than 300 lab computers are available for student use. Each student is assigned a network login, enabling free Internet access and e-mail on the campus network. Network Connections Connecting to the FSC network requires you to download and install Impulse from our network. You will need a network card and connecting cord. Impulse provides the following benefits: automatic registration of your computer, verification that operating system automatic updates are enabled, verification that anti-virus software is running and up-to-date, and verification that anti-spyware software is installed. Impulse helps ensure that your computer is kept up-todate and that it will not hamper network performance. E-MAIL & NETWORK ACCOUNTS Florida Southern offers Web-based e-mail for easy access from any location. Your e-mail address will be your network firstname.lastname@example.org. You will have a 10Gb mailbox and an additional 25Gb of storage space available for your use. During the summer, each student will be provided with a personal network user account. Your network username cannot be changed. You will be responsible for maintaining the security of your account information and for changing the password. The Central Student Lab (CSL) is located in the Rinker Technology Center. The CSL is available 97 hours each week. CSL computers are protected by a device that prevents any permanent file storage. Students are responsible for providing their own storage media (CDs, thumb drives, etc.) Located in the CSL, our campus Help Desk is staffed by lab monitors and students, and offers phone help with e-mail, Microsoft Office, and network connection questions. In TûTû’s Café , there are additional PCs, iMacs, a color laser printer, and flatbed scanner. Wireless access is available throughout the campus. You will need a wireless internet card for internet access. FSC PORTAL During the summer, you will be given an additional user ID and password for the FSC Portal. This system makes it possible for you to: • See the schedule of current classes. • Review grades from previous terms. • Search for courses by department, professor, time, etc. • Access accounts information. • Pay your account online with a credit card or eCheck. • Access course-related information such as the syllabus, course schedule, handouts, books, announcements, on-line quizzes, etc. • Learn more about other students in your classes. Color Printing/Copying is available in the Rinker Technology Center, TûTû’s Café, and Roux Library. Printing credits are added to your ID card each semester. Additional credits may be purchased using Moc Bucks. 24 NOTE: When you log into the FSC Portal for the first time, be sure to update your Biographical Info, which can be found under the heading of Personal Information. Please include the e-mail address you would prefer the faculty uses when contacting you. This address can be your FSC e-mail account or any other e-mail account you want to use. Computer Recommendations For full-time students, a laptop is recommended verses a “netbook.” Many of the new “Ultra-book” laptops do not include a DVD drive and some do not have an Ethernet port. Most newer laptops include wireless capability as standard. Software Florida Southern College provides Norton Antivirus software to all students free of charge which can be downloaded from the FSC servers when you arrive on campus or you can opt to use another product for antivirus. Each student must maintain operating system and anti-virus software updates on their computers. While covered in the policies referenced on our website, we cannot overemphasize the consequences of illegal pirating of music, video, and software. This is a reminder that such use of the campus network will not be tolerated and violators may be exposing themselves to prosecution beyond the control of FSC. Student discounts If you are purchasing a computer, you can obtain special discounts from these vendors: Dell: dell.com/edubuy Member ID: US22786853 800.695.8133 Gateway: call 877.485.1462 ext. 55146 for James Small or ext. 55625 for Gale Huddleston Apple: store.apple.com From the Apple store online, select Education Store, click on “Select your college” in the zip code field, enter “33801,” and choose Florida Southern. If you have additional questions, please contact us via e-mail at ISHelp@flsouthern.edu or call 863.616.6426. 25 C a m p u s Se r v i c e s Student Solutions Center Your Student Solutions Center is the hub of information and services, supporting students and families in a variety of ways in one convenient location. As a comprehensive resource office, our goal is to establish a foundation for student success by offering academic support, supplemental advising, transition support, financial aid and business office assistance, student life answers, and registration assistance. Whether you are one of the newest members of the FSC community or a seasoned Moccasin, the Student Solutions team focuses on what you need to achieve your fullest potential. Student Solutions Center: Answers, assistance, achievement. Academic Assistance Pens Writing Lab (863.680.4393) Located in the Christoverson Humanities Building, call to make an appointment. Central Computer Lab (863.616.6426) Located in the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Technology Center. Tutor Tables Tutor Tables are offered in the lobby of the Student Solutions Center Tuesday and Wednesday nights from 6 - 9 p.m. Peer Assisted Student Sessions (PASS) A collaborative learning environment where you work with other students to reinforce key concepts and develop effective study strategies in specific classes. Whether you are a top performer or could use some improvement, you will benefit from the skills and understanding gained from attending PASS. Check the FSC website for the schedule after classes begin. Disability Services Florida Southern College adheres to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) amended by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA), in prohibiting discrimination against any otherwise qualified student with a disability. Students with disabilities who wish to request accommodations should contact the Office of Student Support at 863.680.4197 The Student Solutions Center is located in the Raulerson Building, adjacent to the Water Dome. Please e-mail email@example.com for assistance or call 863.680.4900. 26 To learn more visit flsouthern.edu/studentsolutions Career Center The Career Center assists students and alumni in developing, evaluating, and implementing career, education, and employment decisions and plans. Services and assistance offered include: • Exploring and choosing a major • Career counseling • Assessment tools to assist in determining your “life” path • Events (i.e., Career & Graduate School Expo, Moc Interviews, Career Spotlights, and many more) • Job and internship search assistance • Résumés and cover letter writing assistance • Networking opportunities • Graduate school preparation • Classes in Career Decision Making and Professional Development A Four Year Approach To Success The Career Center at Florida Southern isn’t just for seniors! We encourage a four-year approach to success. First Year: Learn about yourself and your career options through a variety of interactive exercises and programs, and begin to evaluate career options. Second Year: Explore hands-on experience. Internships, part-time jobs, and volunteer work are great ways to further research career options before graduation. Junior Year: Create connections. Expanding your network is key to getting insider information about career options and job openings. Senior Year: Polish your interview skills, create a plan of action with a career counselor, tune up your résumé, and start the application process for jobs and graduate schools. Stop in at the Career Center, located on the first floor of the Charles T. Thrift, Jr. Building, to take advantage of the many valuable resources. To learn more visit flsouthern.edu/career 27 C a m p u s Se r v i c e s Counseling Supporting Student Well-being Counseling hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Located in the Thrift Building, 1st floor. Your college years are filled with life-changing events—from leaving home and moving into your new college home to graduating and finding a job, and everything else in between. FSC’s Counseling Center offers students free counseling, helping students maintain their emotional well-being in order to achieve their educational goals. The Counseling Center provides a safe, nurturing environment. Services include individual, couples, and group sessions. Students seek counseling for a wide range of reasons including stress and anxiety, depression, and relational issues. The Center also offers daily meditation and weekly groups such as Art Group. Your first appointment can usually be scheduled within a few days of your call. Allow an hour for your counseling session. Students in crisis are seen as quickly as possible. Student Health Center Expert Medical Care Available 7 days a week: Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday/Sunday: 3-8 p.m. Florida Southern’s Student Health Center provides professional, efficient and cost-effective medical care in a comfortable and caring environment. The following services are provided to full-time day students at no charge: • Clinic visits with the RNs and ARNPs • A variety of over-the-counter medications • Equipment for loan including: Ice bags, crutches, hot water bottles, and plastic basins. Items that require a charge include prescription medication and laboratory tests that have been ordered by a Student Health Center ARNP. Prescriptions can be filled by convenient, nearby pharmacies. The Center offers Flu shots in the fall for a nominal charge. Please inform the Student Health Center of any health conditions or needs you may have. It is important that your roommate and/or Resident Advisor know of any health problems, e.g., diabetes, seizures, asthma, etc. This insures proper treatment is given if a medical emergency occurs. All health records are maintained strictly confidential and are securely filed. Information is released only when a student’s permission is given by written consent. Every full-time student is required to be covered by family insurance or the UnitedHealthcare Student Insurance the school offers. REQUIRED RECORDS Medical information required to be on file prior to enrollment in August includes: • A current physical that has been completed and signed by a physician, ARNP, or DO • Proof of immunization for the following: - MMR X 2 (measles, mumps, rubella) - Meningitis - Hepatitis B x 3 • Health history form to be completed by the student 28 Campus Security Important Numbers The Campus Safety and Security Office is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. In case of an emergency, contact Campus Safety at 863.680.3555. The emergency hotline for campus updates in case of weather or other emergency is 863.680.4101. At activation, the Security Escort Transmitter displays all your personal information, such as race, gender, height, hair color, cell phone number, etc. Within seconds, Safety professionals know who and where you are. Help is immediately dispatched to your location. The Security Escort Transmitter is a form of a GPS System, which means it tracks your movement no matter where you are on campus. The Security Escort Transmitter is not a substitute for safe behavior, but it can enhance one’s perception of a safe environment. The $50 cost of the Security Escort Transmitter will be billed to your student account. For more information please contact the Campus Safety and Security Office at 863.680.4305. Campus Mail You’ve Got Mail • Put your name and box number on each piece of mail. • Incoming mail to new students should read New Student until a campus box number is received. • Do not put “P.O. Box” before your box number as it causes confusion for the U.S. Postal Service and FedEx, etc. • Pick up your key and box number at the mailroom when you arrive on campus. • Check your campus mail regularly. It is your responsibility to check and know the information that has been distributed. • If you plan on shipping any of your belongings to campus before your arrival, do not send more than a week prior to move-in day. For more information, call the Mail Room at 863.680.3928. Security Escort Transmitter ALL new students are required to purchase the Security Escort Transmitter. This transmitter provides instant access to Campus Safety and Security personnel for medical emergencies and personal safety situations. The system is monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When activated, this small, handheld transmitter sounds an alarm at the Campus Safety and Security Office. Parking Parking Permits Cars are allowed on campus. Students with cars must park in a designated, permit-only area. Permits may be obtained from the Campus Safety Office. 29 Around Town/Lakeland Lakeland ‘A Little Mecca Of Cool’ For small town charm with a big city feel, Lakeland is the place to be. Referred to as ‘a little mecca of cool,” Lakeland’s dynamic downtown offers hip shops, restaurants, art galleries, theatre, dance, golf, roller hockey, parks, sidewalk cafés, and every form of entertainment imaginable. The charming historic district of downtown Lakeland is located just 1.5 miles from the campus. The Lakeside Village, located in Lakeland’s upscale Grasslands area and just minutes from the FSC Campus, is a great place to stroll, shop, catch a movie, dine and enjoy! Whether you are looking for a casual eatery or a fine dining experience, a boutique for unique gifts or just a place to relax — Lakeside Village has it all! FIRST FRIDAY: The first Friday of every month, stores stay open until 9 p.m., sidewalk entertainment, classic car displays. Some favorite dining spots: Downtown • Black and Brew Coffee House & Bistro • The Chop Shop • Crispers • Downtown Diner • Harry’s Seafood Bar and Grill • Fresco’s Bakery and Bistro • Garden Bistro • Jimmy John’s • Loco Gringos • Mitchell’s Coffee House • Motor City Subs • Palace Pizza • Silver Ring Cafe • Texas Cattle Co. • The Terrace • The Purple Onion • Tropical Smoothie Lakeside Village • Abuelo’s Mexican Food Embassy • BD’s Mongolian Grill • Burger 21 • Chili’s • Cold Stone Creamery • Crispers • Fish City Grill • Grillsmith • Longhorn Steakhouse • Louis Pappas Market Café • Mimi’s Café • Moe’s Southwest Grill • Olive Garden • Pizzeria Valdiano • Saigon Bistro • Subway DOWNTOWN FARMERS CURB MARKET: Every Saturday from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. at 200 North Kentucky Avenue, plaza of Peterson Building (across from Crispers). Fresh produce, bread, plants, artisans, rock shop, jewelry, ready-to-eat food, entertainment, etc. Details at www.downtownfarmerscurbmarket.org GET OUTTA TOWN: Lakeland is just a short drive from some of the nation’s most popular theme parks and world-class beaches. In Orlando, just an hour’s drive from campus, you’ll find Walt Disney World’s® four theme parks, Cirque du Soleil® La NubaTM, Downtown Disney, Universal Studios,® Islands of Adventure® and Sea World.® Or walk on the wild side at Busch Gardens® less than 30 minutes from FSC. You’ll also find concerts, comedians, ice skating, and hot air balloon rides at the FSC Bandshell. With an average daily temperature of 73 degrees and sun 330 days a year, our students love spending time outside! 30 To learn more visit flsouthern.edu/lakeland Around Town/Lakeland COOL STUFF Around Town/Lakeland Discover Florida Whether you are a native Floridian or making the move to the Sunshine State, the Discover Florida Series sponsored by the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) will connect you with exciting opportunities throughout the state at little or no cost to you. Get ready to pack your bags and discover all that Florida has to offer. Shuttle to Shop: Explore Mall of Millenia, hunt for an amazing deal at the Orlando Premium Outlets, or shop outdoors at Shops of Wiregrass. Save your gas money with provided transportation! Become a Fan: Get ready to cheer on your new home teams. Catch games from the Tampa Bay Lighting, Orlando Magic, and Lakeland’s Flying Tigers. Explore Outdoors: Enjoy one of the hundreds of days of Florida sun at Clearwater Beach, trail blaze with a horseback ride, or spend the weekend camping with friends. With a blend of cultures old and new, world class shopping, and sandy white beaches, there is always something new to see or do in the state of Florida. COMING UP: • September 6 - Florida Aquarium • September 20 - Shuttle to Shop • October 14 - Universal Studios • October 16 - Sea World 32 For a complete list of trips and to register, visit flsouthern.edu/discoverfl STAY CONNECTED Theme Park Tickets Looking for something to do this weekend? Stop by the Center for Student Involvement and pick up discount tickets to a local theme park! Tickets on Sale: • Disney Parks • Universal Studios • Wet-N-Wild • Busch Gardens • Sea World and Aquatica All sales are non-refundable. Only cash and checks are accepted. Please make checks payable to Florida Southern. 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