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Treasure Tracking Guiding students through their new adventure at FAU
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Letter from the captain A
hoy, mates* — welcome to FAU! You may feel like you’ve been marooned* and have no idea how to navigate these uncharted territories. While continuing my quest for knowledge as a junior, I’ve put together a survival guide filled with tips and maps to help you discover the many riches to be found in your first semester at FAU. This New Student Edition will help steer you toward cheap textbooks, the best places to park, discount offers for lads, and hidden services.
My trusty crew, first mate* Lisa Stephens and cabin boy Gideon Grudo, will assist the new Owl pirates with their voyage. Every new beginning is an adventure, a search for knowledge and a test of survival. Your skills will be challenged as they continue to grow and unfold during your years at FAU. Good luck to ‘ee and fair winds,*
Speak like a pirate — arrgh! Ahoy: hello Booty: treasure or loot Buccaneer: Caribbean pirate Cabin boy: a young boy sent to learn the maritime trade, who in some instances may act as the captain’s servant Dead men tell no tales: standard pirate excuse for leaving no survivors First mate: a captain’s second-in-command Good luck to ‘ee and fair winds: a parting to wish another a good journey, fortune and well-being Head: toilet in a ship Lads: young person (male or female) Marooned: deserted on an island or desert land Mates: fellow members of one’s company or crew
All words in this issue by Monica Ruiz. All photos in this issue by Liz Dzuro.
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Where Owls Take Flight... Campus Recreation Career Development Center for Counseling and Psychological Services Associate Vice President and Dean of Students Fraternity and Sorority Life Housing and Residential Life International Students and Scholar Services Multicultural Affairs New Student and Owl Family Programs Students with Disabilities Student Involvement and Leadership Student Government Student Media Student Conduct Campus Ministries Student Health Center Student Union Today and Beyond/Health Promotion Weppner Center for Civic Engagement and Service Broward Campuses Northern Campuses
A message from...
Dr. Charles Brown, Sr. Vice President for Student Affairs On behalf of the Division of Student Affairs, I am pleased to welcome our new students to the Florida Atlantic University family and look forward to another exciting year working with our returning students. The 2010-11 academic year will bring new challenges, opportunities and moments to remember. The Student Affairs staff will continue to work closely with our students and faculty to continue our goal of maintaining a vibrant university community that supports the total development of each student. Student Affairs will continue to offer programs and services that complement the academic experience and foster academic success. Each fall semester brings new life to campus, along with excitement and anticipation. Whether you are a new or returning student, I hope you will become involved in campus organizations that interest you, attend athletic and social events, and get to know your professors and members of the Student Affairs staff. Freshman and new students, remember that graduation is your ultimate goal, so make class attendance a priority. And returning upper classmen be aware that your new peers will be looking to you as role models.
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Have a great 2010-11 academic year! Go Owls! Sincerely,
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Gangway!* Let me park my jolly boat* here!
here are more than 7,900 parking spaces for more than 19,000 sailors with boats on the Boca campus. But finding a docking station for your
boat will have you on a journey all around FAU. These Owl lads have plotted
Captain Monica Ruiz says: “In the three years I’ve sailed across FAU lands, I’ve always seemed to find parking in Garage 2 (across from the Visual Arts building), no matter what time of day it is. The absolute worst places to park are in Lot 6 (across from the Business building) and Lot 16 (in front of the Student Union).”
Krista Loeper, a sophomore undecided major, says: “Try not to park in the parking garages. I like to park in the parking lots right outside the garages.”
Jovannie Sutherland, a junior marketing and computer engineering double major, says: “Best place to park is Parking Garage 1 [next to the library]. In the winter time, all the way by PBCC is the worst place to park.”
Stephanie Copeland, a junior prenursing major, says: “Probably by SO [Social Science] is the best place to park. Behind the Rec Center is the worst. During the school year, it’s so bad [that] they have a shuttle going from the back of the lot to the front of the lot.”
out the best and worst places to drop your anchor around the Boca campus.
OWL Express Shuttle Service
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Avast ye* — this free service is designed to help FAU lads get around the Boca campus without having to drive their jolly boats* to and from different buildings for class. The shuttle runs Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. with seven stop locations. A map of its route can be found at www.fau.edu/ parking/shuttle/route.php. [Source: www.fau.edu]
Carpool program FAU’s carpool program is offered for lads who want to share a ride to and from FAU’s Boca, Davie, Fort Lauderdale or Jupiter campuses. Any buccaneer interested in using this service must have a valid FAU parking permit and must come to campus two or more days a week. The program requires a minimum of two lads. If lads don’t know any buccaneers to catch a ride with, South Florida Commuter Services offers a carpool matching service to match sailors. Complete a profile to receive a free list of possible carpool partners.
Pirate-speak Jolly boat: a small, oar-powered boat carried on a ship Gangway: get out of my way Avast ye: stop and check this out, or pay attention
To sign up for the matching program, fill out the application at: www.1800234ride.com/page/FAU_Student_Carpool_ Matching/424/164/section3.php To register your carpool, go to: www.1800234ride.com/page/ FAU_Carpool_Registration/420/164/section3.php [Source: www.get2fau.com] Continued on page 11
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books and get more loot Comparing textbook prices will help buccaneers find the best deals
ooking for the best deals for textbooks is a voyage in itself, but there are different ways to
get the best bang for your booty*. Captain Monica has taken some of the most commonly used textbooks and mapped out the venues with the best deals.
Half.com Half.com, owned by eBay, is a website where users can buy and sell books, music, movies and games at discount prices.
Boca campus Barnes and Noble bookstore Located on the Boca campus next to Starbucks, the Boca campus bookstore is convenient for purchasing textbooks within walking distance, but doesn’t always have the best deal. [Source: www.fau.bncollege.com]
Chegg.com is a website where pirates can rent textbooks for a semester at about half the cost charged at the bookstore. At the end of the semester, pirates ship the books back, free of charge. If lads need to drop a class, there is a 30-day “any reason” guarantee that allows books to be returned with a full refund, minus the shipping cost.
Located across the street from the Boca campus, Booksmart offers discount prices for textbooks. Other locations include
2596 Pga Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (561) 775-3992 4469 S. Congress Ave., Suite 116, Lake Worth, FL 33461 (561) 964-0023
Go to www.upressonline.com and click on the New Student Edition box to read about a sailor who started his own textbook listing service.
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Sailing tips for other campuses
The Tri-Rail train system has 18 stations, from Mangonia Park in Palm Beach County to Miami Airport.
Davie Parking your boat on the Davie campus shouldn’t be a problem. There is a plenty of pirate parking on the ground and in the FAU/BC parking garage. But here are a few tips:
The closest Tri-Rail stops to FAU: Boca campus: on the west side of I-95 on Yamato Road
- During the first few weeks of the fall semester and during peak traffic times, plan a little extra sailing time. - Starting this fall, carpool spaces will be available (see the “Carpool program” section for details). - If pirates forget their sailing decals, they can get a temporary hangtag in the Owl Card Center, located on the second floor of the Student Union.
Davie campus: the Fort Lauderdale Airport stop, located on the west side of I-95 on Griffin Road in the Outdoor World complex. Lads have to take the SFEC/ Tri-Rail Express from the station to campus, but it only operates on weekdays.
Fort Lauderdale campus: on the West side of I-95 on Broward Boulevard. Lads have to take the FL1 shuttle from the station to campus.
Pirates can find plenty of parking on the rooftop of the city parking garage, but sailing decals are mandatory. Here are a few more tips: - Cruising from the rooftop to class will require extra traveling time. - On weekdays after 5:00 p.m., or on weekends, students can park in the faculty/ staff ground spaces, which are painted yellow. - Active Owl Cards will allow the faculty/staff gate to open. - To get a temporary hangtag, go to the security desk in Askew Tower. - Starting this fall, two student carpool spaces will be available in the ground lots (see the “Carpool program” section for details).
Palm Tran’s Route 94 provides traveling sailors with a free shuttle from the Boca Raton Tri-Rail station to FAU. Lads receive a 50-percent discount on monthly, round trip and one-way tickets. For more information, go to www.get2fau.com. [Source: www.tri-rail.com]
Former pirates make their way around FAU’s uncharted lands
ome old salts* who’ve plunder the lands have seek their fortune and become celebrity pirates.
Here are some scavenger’s of the sea who’ve walked the plank and went to find their treasure.
Pirate-speak Old salt: An experienced seaman Doxy: A term for a young woman connoting feminine charm, sexual allure, or a tendency toward sexual promiscuity
From dancer, to stripper, then porn star; this doxy* alumna started her path on the dance team when she attended FAU. In 2003, she ran for governor of California where she campaigned to legalize samesex marriage, tax breast implants, make lap dances tax deductible, create a live web cam for the California Governor’s mansion, and reduce the amount of guns with a “Porn for Pistols” program. She placed 10th in a field of 135 candidates, but lost to the Arnold Schwarzenegger. Carey was featured on VH1’s Celebrity Rehab, a reality TV show where she was treated for alcoholism, and was in over 80 adult films. If you are 18 or older and want more information on Carey, go to her website www. marycarey.com. Source: www.imdb.com, www. marycareyproductions.com, www.msnbc. com, FAU’s Media Relations] Go to www.upressonline.com to read about more FAU celebrities.
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Name: Mary Ellen Cook AKA Mary Carey Major: Theatre Graduated: N/A Attendance: 1998 to 2002 Current Occupation: porn star
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Shiver me timbers* Set sail for discounted resources
lundering the seas can be costly for Owl sailors, but being an Owl sailor has its benefits too. Finding the
best textbook for your booty* and taking advantage of free Scantrons can help lighten the burden. Here are some other services buccaneers can use while attending FAU.
The Owl Card is an Owl sailor’s passport. It’s used as the official identification, library and debit card for FAU buccaneers, and it can also be used for a meal plan and to store Owl Bucks. How to handle an Owl Card:
m m Owl sailors can put up to 100 doubloons* on the card to use for on-campus purchases such as on copy
Using it at the library will allow sailors to borrow books, laptops, study rooms and DVDs.
machines, washers and dryers in the resident halls, and select vending machines.
m m Owl Bucks on the card can be used for any of the food venues in the Breezeway food court, Starbucks, If sailors purchased a meal plan from Dining Services, the Owl Card will be used to pay for meals.
Pirate-Speak Shiver me timbers: an exclamation of surprise Doubloon: gold coin minted by Spain or its colonies, worth about seven weeks’ pay for an average sailor. Booty: money
Coyote Jack’s, Outtakes, etc. If sailors need to add loot to their Owl Card, they can go to any of the Cash to Card Machines on campus. You can add anywhere from $1 to $20 at a time, with a maximum of $100 on the card. For more information on the Owl Card and to find out where the Cash to Card Machines are located, visit www. fau.edu/business-services/cashcard.php [Source: www.fau.edu/business-services/owl_card.php] Continued on page 14
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eing an Owl pirate gets you discount health services. Student Health Services (SHS) provides buccaneers with a general medical clinic, a men and women’s clinic, a dental office, and a pharmacy. For more information on SHS, visit www.fau.edu/shs.
General medical clinic The medical clinic, equivalent to a family physician’s office, treats common illness such as coughs, colds, sore throats, tonsillitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, pink eye, ear aches, urine infections and skin infections. There is a cost of $5 per visit, which is charged to a student’s FAU account. Pirates have to be registered students and must present a valid Owl Card or driver’s license. Appointments are required, but most of the time, buckos can be seen the same day. If pirates miss their appointment they will be charged $10. To cancel an appointment, call the office before 5 p.m. prior to the scheduled appointment. In addition, the clinic charges lab fees for services such as urine or blood tests, cultures, EKGs, etc., but the fees are low compared to most medical offices. Depending on the test, the cost will vary. For example, a complete blood count test would cost about $25. The only medical insurance the clinic accepts is the FAU-sponsored plan, and any service will be 100-percent covered, except dental work. Pirates with other insurance plans will receive an itemized invoice at the end of the visit that can be submitted to their insurance company, with the possibility of being reimbursed. If a prescription is needed, the clinic will send an electronic prescription to FAU’s pharmacy. To make an appointment with the general medical clinic, call (561) 297-2276.
Men and women’s clinic
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The men and women’s clinic provides buccaneers with annual examinations, contraceptives, sexually transmitted infection testing, and more. The charge for a complete physical is $26.45, but does not include lab tests. Depending on the test needed, the cost may vary, but the lab fees are reduced. The most common reasons for visits to the men and women’s clinic are Chlamydia and sexually transmitted infections. Prescriptions for contraceptives are available, including birth control patches, the pill, etc. Male and female condoms are also available for free. To make an appointment with the men and women’s clinic, call (561) 297-2276. 24-hour medical advice Any pirate who gets sick in the middle of the night has the option to call the 24-hour Nurse Triage, a phone service that advises FAU pirates on what to do if the clinic is not open. The service is free for students, and the medical clinic will be informed of the call and offer a follow-up appointment. Pirates can call for advice on taking a medication or handling an allergic reaction or a medical emergency. To contact the Nurse Triage, call (866) 281-9725. Dentist The dental clinic provides buccaneers with cleanings, fillings, bonding, X-rays and teeth whitening. The cost for an oral exam is $27.25. Cleanings are $59.50, X-rays are $33, and teeth whitening costs $250. If pirates miss their appointment, they will be charged $20. To make an appointment with the dentist, call (561) 297-2276.
Pharmacy The pharmacy sells prescription and over-the-counter products, such as cough and cold medicine, dental care products, first aid supplies, and tampons and pads. If pirates are insured, they pay the same co-pay as they would at any other pharmacy, but for pirates who are not insured, FAU’s pharmacy offers reduced prices. Students can bring in any prescription from an outside doctor.
Medical clinics on other campuses The Jupiter and Broward campuses have general medical clinics that accommodate both men and women’s visits, but neither has a dentist. Jupiter medical clinic: (561) 799-8678 Broward medical clinic: (954) 236-1556 The Treasure Coast campus has an outsourced doctor who offers the same rates as all the other FAU medical clinics. To make an appointment with Dr. Linda Delo, call (772) 871-5900. [Source: Cathie Wallace, director of SHS, www.fau.edu/ shs]
need more pirates?
Read about additional events during Weeks of Welcome.
Need help selling your textbook? Pirate Neil Parsont has a plan. Read about his textbook listing service.
Go to the New Student Edition website at www.upressonline.com for more stories.
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n-state sailors pay $139.55 per credit hour for tuition, while traveling out-of-state sailors pay $293.94. After all
the loot spent on classes, FAU offers free services to benefit pirates. Here are some services Owl lads can take advantage of without spending any loot — savvy?*
Pirate-speak Savvy?: do you understand and agree?
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Studious sailor The S.E. Wimberly Library on the Boca campus is anchored to support sailors on their voyage toward passing grades. Free laptops can be rented in the library, and group study rooms are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Sailors can use their Owl Cards to get keys to these rooms at the circulation desk. Sailors who want to rent a laptop need to have their Owl Cards as well as a second form of identification. Laptops can only be used in the library and can be borrowed for up to three hours at a time. When the library is closed, sailors can continue their studies on the first and second floors of the Wimbish Wing, which are designated as 24-hour student study centers. The John D. MacArthur Library on the Jupiter campus and the University College Library on the Davie campus, also have laptop rentals and group study rooms available. For more information on FAU’s libraries, visit www.fau.edu/ library. [Source: www.fau.edu/library]
Heave ho: give it some muscle and push it Booty: treasure, loot
Heave ho* The Boca campus’s Recreation and Fitness Center is designed to get Owl lads fit for free. The 38,000-square-foot facility is located on the north end of the Breezeway. It has more than 40 pieces of cardio equipment, two circuit training units, a free-weight area and two indoor basketball courts. It also has two fitness performance rooms for classes such as yoga, Pilates, aerobics and spinning. For more information on the gym, or for a schedule of group fitness classes, visit www.fau.edu/campusrec. The Broward Student Wellness Center is located on the west side of the Davie campus and offers pirates a 34,000-square-foot workout facility. There are two treadmills, elliptical machines, bikes and a stair climber. It’s free for buccaneers, and memberships are available for faculty and staff. [Sources: www.fau.edu/campusrec, www.fau.edu/student/broward/ wellnessbroward]
t Government (SG) offices on all FAU campuses provide h free blue and green Scantrons for tests, but there is a one per request.
The Boca campus’s Today and Beyond Wellness Center (SS 222, located on the second floor of the Breezeway, offers free HIV testing on two or three Thursdays of each month (except holidays). The test is painless — it only requires an oral fluid sample — and results are offered within 30 minutes. Owl sailors can also choose to get a blood HIV test. For no charge, they can receive the results in three weeks, or in one week for $22.00. The blood test is available only by appointment, and the oral test is given on a first-come, first-serve basis.
campus SG office: Student Resources/Classrooms (SR, 51)
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Free condoms are also available in SS, on the second floor of the Breezeway above the food court, in room 222. Upcoming testing dates in Boca: - Thursday, Aug. 19th, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Thursday, Aug. 26th, 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information on the Today and Beyond Wellness Center, visit www.fau.edu/today or call (561) 297-1120. Free condom locations on other campuses: - Davie campus: SD building (Student Union), room 206. - Jupiter campus: SR building (Student Resources/Classrooms, across from the Wilkes Honors College), room 106 [Source: www.fau.edu/today]
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Weeks of Welcome (WOW) helps pirates indulge in social journeys
t the beginning of every fall semester, FAU offers a series of events where pirates have the opportunity to gather amongst each other and celebrate the beginning of a new voyage. Captain Monica has foreseen the events and marked the treasure-worthy ones with an “X.” To learn about more WOW events, visit www.upressonline.com and www.fau.edu/wow.
DAVIE CAMPUSES: Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010 Event: Welcome Fair Location: Heritage Hall (SD 105, on the first floor of the Student Union) Time: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Cost: free Pirates can come out to enjoy Italian food and be entertained with a DJ. Bring your Owl Card to enjoy the free food while getting info on the services FAU has to offer.
BOCA CAMPUS: Thursday, Aug. 19
Event: Get Hypnotized with Program Board Location: Kaye Auditorium in the Student Union Time: 8:00 p.m. Cost: free Last year this event attracted more than 600 pirates and is anticipated to draw about 800 this year. Daniel James, the hypnotist, will bring up about 30 pirates to hypnotize them and perform funny stunts. For more information on Daniel James, visit his website at www.danieljames.com. Friday, Aug. 27 Event: Foam Party Location: Outdoor stage at the Student Union Time: 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Cost: free This is one of the biggest WOW events. Last year, more than 3,000 buccaneers attended. Pirates need to bring their Owl Card to be scanned when they enter and sign a waiver before entering. For safety purposes, the waiver is designed to inform pirates of possible injuries due to the wet floors. There will be a DJ playing music, black lights, glow-in-the-dark paint, a Slip ‘N Slide, a 40-foot water slide, and two huge foam pits. Free water and snow cones will be available. [Source: Alicia Keating, assistant director of student involvement and leadership]
Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010
[Source: Nancy Brady, program assistant on the Davie campus]
TREAURE COAST CAMPUS: Monday, Aug. 23, 2010 Event: Welcome Back Breakfast Location: MP lobby (in the Multipurpose Building next to the library) Time: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Pirates can enjoy a free breakfast catered by TooJay’s. Lads and lassies need to bring their Owl Cards to enjoy muffins, danishes, bagels, juice and fruit. Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 Event: Smoothies for Success Location: MP lobby (in the Multipurpose Building next to the library) Time: 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost: free Tropical Smoothie will be on campus serving free Jetty Punch-flavored smoothies. Pirates need to bring their Owl Cards. At this event, the Treasure Coast campus’s student governor, Carmela Innamorato, will be giving her Governor’s State of the Campus Address. [Source: Rochelle Popp, assistant director of student involvement and leadership]
JUPITER CAMPUS: Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010 Event: Burrow Bash karaoke and game night Location: The Burrow (the Student Union) Time: 9:30 to 11:00 p.m. Cost: free Only new pirates (freshmen) are invited to this get-together party. Family Feud-style games will be played, along with karaoke. There will be food to munch on, such as chips, dip, and candy, and prizes will be given away. Last year, pirates won gift cards to restaurants and stores, iTunes gift cards, and a dorm room survival package containing items like laundry detergent. Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010 Event: Murder in Margarita Land Mystery Dinner Location: FL 108 Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Cost: free Pirates can come out to this murder mystery to find out “whodunnit.” There will be 10 staff members who will recreate a murder, and it’s up to the pirates in the audience to piece together the clues and unfold the crime scene. While pirates are playing detectives, free dinner will be served. Turkey sandwiches, a bag of chips, fruit cocktails, shrimp cocktails and more will be available for grubbing. The tables that guess correctly will have a chance to win top prizes such as a TomTom GPS device, a DVD player, a Bluetooth earpiece and a digital frame. All participants in the event will also have a chance to win prizes. [Sources: Kristy Garbacz, program assistant of student health and counseling, vice president of student affairs on the Jupiter campus, Richard “Adam” Ferrando, assistant director of student life and recreation on the Jupiter campus]
Go to www.upressonline.com to read about additional WOW events.
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Event: Coffee House Location: Oasis Lounge (on the first floor of the Student Union) Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Cost: free Pirates can enjoy free lattes and jazz music when they show their Owl Cards. There will also be a live jazz performance.
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Boca Raton Museum of Art 501 Plaza Real (in Mizner Park), Boca Raton, FL 33432 Phone: (561) 392-2500 Website: www.bocamuseum.org Owl discount: Student admission tickets are $4 with Owl Card, while regular ticket prices are $8 for adults The Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens 4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach, FL 33446 Phone: (561) 495-0233 Website: www.morikami.org Owl discount: Student admission tickets are $7 with Owl Card, while regular adult ticket prices are $12.
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Riverfront Cruises Las Olas Riverfront Plaza, 300 SW First Ave., Fort Lauderdale 33301 Phone: (954) 463-3440 Description: FAU pirates can sail on a Venice of America Tour to see Fort Lauderdale sites like Millionaire’s Row. Every ticket includes free drinks at the onboard bar. Owl discount: Price with Owl Card is $10, while regular price is $20 per person. Dainty’s Nails & Pedispa 7740 Nova Drive, Davie, FL 33324 Phone: (954) 382-2977 Website: www.daintysspa.com Owl discount: Get 10 percent off any service. Jamba Juice 5780 S. University Drive, Davie, FL 33328 Phone: (954) 252-9814 Website: www.jambajuice.com Owl Discount: Get 10 percent off your purchase. Bike America Address: 4100 N. Powerline Road, Suite F-5, Pompano Beach, FL 33073 Phone: (954) 977-2804 Website: www.bikeam.com Owl Discount: Get 10 percent off parts, accessories, and clothing, and 5 percent off a bike purchase.
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STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES Is Here For You! Physical and mental health are important factors in a studentâ€™s success in college. Student Health Services assists FAU students to succeed by providing quality health care and wellness education and resources that are essential for the academic and personal success of our students. On-campus clinics are available in Boca Raton, Jupiter and Davie, while medical services are provided by a community health care partner in the Treasure Coast area. Give us a call at (561) 297-3512 if you ever need to communicate with us about any health or wellness need. Or check our website http://www.shs.fau.edu/ for more information.
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MacArthur Campus: SR Building, Room 106 For appointments and information: (561) 799-8678 Treasure Coast Campus: Linda Delo, D.O. 538 S.E. Port St. Lucie Blvd. Port St. Lucie, FL 34984 For appointments: (772) 871-5900 Please identify yourself as an FAU student. For information contact Student Affairs: (772) 873-3305 Boca Raton Campus: Building SS-8W, Room 240, upstairs from Starbucks For appointments: (561) 297-2276; General information: (561) 297-3512 Broward Campuses: Building SD, Second Floor Davie Student Union, Room 206 For information contact Student Affairs: (954) 236-1236
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The Office of the Associate Vice President and Dean of Students is open to any student needing assistance in matters of general welfare and/or information about Florida Atlantic University. The office provides assistance or refers you to other student and academic services that can further help you.
The Career Development Center assists all degree seeking FAU students and alumni with their career management needs. Visit the Career Development Center web site for more information on locations and services. SAME DAY ADVISING (Monday - Wednesday 1-3p.m.) Choosing a Major Resume Critiques Internship/Co-op Information Job Search Assistance
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