Academic Reminders

Academic Calendar

 

Spring Semester - January 7 to April 24

  • January 20 - No classes Martin Luther King Day
  • February 3 - Final day to withdraw from an "A" course without Academic Penalty before 5:00 PM
  • February 13 - Convocation - attendance required

 

Spring 2A - January 6 to February 24, 2020

  • January 20 - No classes Martin Luther King Day
  • February 5 - Final Day to Withdraw
  • February 17 - Class will be held on President’s Day
  • February 24 - Classes End

Spring 2B - March 9 to April 25, 2020

  • March 9 - Classes Begin

Spring 2C - January 6 to April 25, 2020

  • January 20 - No classes Martin Luther King Day
  • February 17 - Class will be held on President’s Day

Spring - January 7 to April 25, 2020

  • March 2-6  - Spring Break

MBA Spring 2A - January 11 to February 22, 2020

  • February 5 - Final Day to Withdraw
  • February 22 - Classes End

Spring 2B - March 14 to April 25, 2020

  • March 14 - Classes Begin

MBA Spring 2C - January 11 to April 25, 2020

  • February 26 - Final Day to Withdraw
  • February 29 - No Classes

Doctor of Physical Therapy - Spring Semester January 6 to May 1, 2020

  • January 20 - Martin Luther King Day

Get Involved!

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Monday
  • 11AM - MLK Day of Impact, Jenkins Field House
  • 3PM - Little Farmers After School Session, Jesse Keen Elementary
Tuesday
  • 5PM - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament, Snakepit
    5:30PM
    - Wesley Fellowship, Fannin Center
Wednesday
  • 11AM - Health Professions Personal Statement Coaching Pt. 2, PS203
  • 10:30AM - Career & Internship Expo, Honeyman Pavilion
  • 5PM - Pre-Health 101 Workshop, PS152
  • 5:30PM - Women’s Basketball vs. Tampa, Jenkins Field House
  • 6PM - Allies Meeting!, Simmons Center
  • 7:15PM - ACE General Body Meeting, Hollis Room
  • 7:30PM - Men’s Basketball vs. Tampa, Jenkins Field House
  • 8 PM - Men's and Women's Bible Studies, Fannin Center
Thursday
  • 8 PM - Beyond Campus Ministry, Annie Pfeiffer Chapel
Friday
  • 5:30 PM - Caribbean Festival, Fannin Center
  • 7 PM - “Janet Siegel Rogers: The Mystery of Color”, MELVIN ART GALLERY
Saturday
  • 7 PM - “La Bohème”, Branscomb Auditorium
Sunday
  • 11 AM - Worship Service, Annie Pfeiffer Chapel
  • 1 PM - Sandwich Ministries Event Series, Fannin Center
  • 1:30 PM - Catholic Mass, Danforth chapel

Dining Options

Wynee's Bistro World Tour 

Monday

Fajita Bar

Tuesday Wings Around The World
Wednesday TBA
Thursday TBA
Friday Our version of Red Lobster
Dining Location Day Semester Hours of operation
College Terrace Monday – Friday 7:00 Am – 1:00 AM
Freshens Monday – Friday 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Moc Mart Monday – Friday
Saturday – Sunday

10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Tutu’s Cyber Café Sunday -Friday
Saturday

10:00 AM (Sun) - 6:00 PM (Fri)
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Grill Master (Outside Tutu’s) Monday – Friday 10:00 AM – 6:00PM
Wynee’s Bistro

Every Day
Breakfast
Lunch
Dinner


7:00 AM to 10:00 AM
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
4:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Shuttle Schedule

Shuttles are numbered. Look for signs at each stop.  The shuttle will have a colored placard in the windshield and in the entry door window for easier identification of our shuttles.

We have added two new stops on campus. All shuttles will be stopping at the Branscomb Auditorium.  This will provide coverage for Branscomb, Christoverson and Nursing.  We have also added a stop at the corner of Duke Place and Columbia Way. This stop will provide coverage to the Publix Commons and to our Cafeteria.  We will continue to provide our current stops on Harvard and in front of the Library.

The Blue Shuttle will be at the pickup point of LHA at the top of the hour, 20 after the hour and 40 after the hour. The Blue Shuttle will make the following stops on campus in this exact order:

The Blue Shuttle will depart LHA at either the top of the hour, 20 after the hour or 40 after the hour.
• Branscomb
• Library
• Duke and Columbia
• Harvard
• Return to LHA

The Red Shuttle will be at the pickup point for LMV at the top of the hour, 20 after the hour and 40 after the hour. The Red Shuttle will make a stop at Colony Arms directly after leaving Lake Morton Village. We ask for all students at Colony Arms to be at the pickup point the same times listed above, as the distance between both apartments is negligible.

 
The Red Shuttle will depart Lake Morton Village at the top of the hour, 20 after the hour and 40 after the hour.
• Colony Arms
• Library
• Duke and Columbia
• Harvard
• Branscomb
• Return to LMV
 
The Green Shuttle will be at the Garden Apartments at the top of the hour, 20 after the hour and 40 after the hour. The Green Shuttle will proceed from Garden to the new Star Apartments. We ask all riders from the Star Apartments adhere to the same pickup times as the Garden Apartments, as the time and distance between the two is negligible. The Green Shuttle will make the following stops on campus in this exact order:
 

The Green Shuttle will depart the Garden Apartments at the top of the hour, 20 after the hour and 40 after the hour.
• Star Apartments
• Duke and Columbia
• Harvard
• Branscomb
• Library
• Return to Garden Apartments

 
Student Shopping Shuttle

The Student Shopping Shuttle departs at 11:00am and again at 5:00pm from Circle Dr. (the Cafe).

If you are ready to come home, call 863-680-5010 and the shuttle will return you to campus.


Nightly Shuttle Service

The Night Shuttle will run from 6:00pm - 11:00pm, Monday- Friday. 

This shuttle will pick you up anywhere on campus, and at any off-campus housing complex.  The Shuttle will escort you around campus, to and from any apartment complex and return you to any spot back on campus.  

Call: 863-680-5010

(Based on Campus Safety's info page found here:  Campus Shuttle Schedule)

 

Academic Fuel

Florida Southern offers a variety of resources to help you succeed in your academic pursuits. For more information about the programs, please visit this site.

Similar to traditional tutoring, S3 (Scholars Strengthening Scholars) offers students a chance to meet with a Peer Scholar for general support for classes in specific subject areas. S3 will take place in the Student Solutions Center Lounge, Rogers 128 (SSC Lounge) unless otherwise indicated. Students may view the Scholars Strengthening Scholars schedule, make and adjust appointments, and receive appointment reminders by creating a WC Online account. Please create an account on WC Online here. Students can always walk-in to use Academic Fuel programs. Students are reminded that S3 sessions are group sessions and adding an appointment does not guarantee you an individual session. Please contact the Student Solutions Center for additional information regarding Academic Fuel or using WC Online.

Subject

Schedule

Location

Anatomy & Physiology

 

Mondays
Tuesdays

Thursdays

4-5pm
 

4-5pm

Rogers 225
 

PS 005

Accounting

Mondays

5-7 PM

Rogers 128 SSC Lounge

Biology

Tuesdays

6-8pm

Rogers 128 SSC lounge

Chemistry 1011

Wednesdays

6-8pm

Rogers 128 SSC lounge

Chemistry (General)

Sundays

4-6pm

Rogers 128 SSC lounge

Chemistry (Organic)

Wednesdays

6-8pm

Rogers 128 SSC lounge

Economics

Thursdays

6-8pm

Rogers 128 SSC lounge

Mathematics

Thursdays

6-8pm

Rogers 128 SSC lounge

Physics

Tuesdays

6-8pm

Rogers 128 SSC lounge

The FSC Writing Center is located on the first floor of the Rogers Building. Please bring any helpful assignment information.
Appointments are typically 30 minutes per visit. Students may view the Writing Center schedule, make and adjust appointments, and receive appointment reminders by creating a WC Online account. Please create an account on WC Online here. As a reminder, students can always walk-in to use Academic Fuel programs. However, Writing Center appointments are one-to-one and scheduled appointments will take precedence. Please contact the Student Solutions Center for additional information regarding Academic Fuel or using WC Online.

Mondays

2 pm – 5 pm

Tuesdays

11 am – 6 pm

Wednesdays

11 am – 3 pm

Thursdays

2 pm – 5 pm

Fridays

11 am – 5 pm

Sundays

3 – 6 pm

PASS is support for students enrolled in a specific course. PASS is engaged learning where students learn more effective study methods while also having a guide, called a PASS Leader, direct them through the weekly lesson.
PASS availability varies based on PASS leader availability.

Subject

Schedule

Location

BIO 1500

Fridays

11 AM-NOON

Polk Science 012

Tech Help

Tech Buddies (portal help) Rinker Technology (computer help)

Florida Southern College offers free Wi-Fi for all guests, students, alumni and employees.

Information on connecting to Florida Southern's Wi-Fi.

instructional videos for the Portal.

  • FRAG
  • Portal Overview
  • Password and Personal Info
  • Updating your email address
  • Course Templates Overview
  • Posting and Replying on Forums

On campus access for your streaming media device is available on the FSC Media wireless network. Access is granted based on device type.  If you experience issues with your device please contact the Rinker Technology Center. 863-616-6426.  The following wireless devices are not supported on any FSC wireless network:

  • Wireless printers of any model
  • Personal routers
  • Personal video cameras, such as Nest cameras (due to privacy issues; please contact Student Life if you need more information about this restriction)
  • Any device that provides DHCP (including mini-switches)
  • Additionally, any kind of file sharing server or software is forbidden.

Please note: Because security protocols differ among devices FSC cannot guarantee connection for all TVs, gaming consoles, and other streaming media devices.  FSC ITS does not block access to specific devices (other than those listed in the above paragraph).  However, if a student is unable to connect with a particular device because of the device's specific security protocol, there is an option to purchase an individual Spectrum internet connection by contacting Spectrum Property Solutions (Ms. CJ Arnet) by calling 863-288-2246 during normal business hours, M - F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Students who elect to obtain an individual internet connection are responsible for their Spectrum bill and stopping or transferring services when departing the college.

Commencement

The Commencement Handbook is online with information for both winter and spring graduation ceremonies.

Commencement Handbook

 

Student Accounts

NOTE: You must log in before clicking the link below.

Safe Ride Home

Need a ride? This is a free service to students, providing complimentary cab rides from anywhere in Lakeland back to campus, if you have an emergency situation or feel unsafe. This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Be sure to have your Student ID ready and to tip the driver. Just call 863-665-8151.

Add Moc Bucks to your FSC ID card

Information on how students, families, and friends can deposit funds directly on your FSC ID card into Moc Bucks via the internet.  Now you do not need to visit the business office or wait until they are open but you can add funds at any time.  Note that there is a $1 convenience fee for each online deposit.  You may continue to visit the business office to add funds.
Add Funds Online

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Mobile Portal

The My FSC portal app is now available on Android and Apple products! Access your course information, register for courses (once your registration group is open), get the latest campus happenings, daily menus, and more on the MY FSC app.

Alternatively, you can also access the FSC Portal Mobile Site using your smartphone's web browser. Navigate to portal.flsouthern.edu/go  for a cleaner, mobile-friendly design. And finally, did you know, most of the desktop version of the Portal is now mobile responsive!

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