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Fall Break

Residential Communities will remain open to all residents during Fall Break.

Meal Plans will end on Friday, October 13 and resume on Sunday, October 22.

There will be limited dining options during Fall Break. Students will be able to use points and Moc Bucks but will not have new meal swipes or points added for the week of Fall Break.

Get Involved!

Campus Events:  events free with ID unless indicated

 

Oct. 16-20 – Fall Break

 

 Sports Updates

What’s on Your Plate at Wynee’s Bistro

World Tour

Fall break Oct 16-20

 

Full daily menu can be found here.

Undergraduate Academic Reminders

Fall Semester:

  • October 16-20 - Fall Break

Graduate Program Reminders

Fall | August 22 to December 9, 2017

  • October 16 to 20 - No Classes during Fall Break

 

Adult Undergraduate Program Reminders

 Fall1C | August 22 to December 9, 2017

  •  October 16 to 20 - Fall Break

Academic Fuel

FSC Writing Center - The FSC Writing Center is located on the first floor of the Rogers Building. Make an appointment online at Setmore, call 863.680.4983 or come to the Center in person to make an appointment. Walk-ins are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Please bring any helpful assignment information. Appointments are typically 30 minutes per visit.

WRITING CENTER HOURS - Location: Rogers 119

  • SUNDAY: 4PM - 6PM
  • MONDAY: 10AM - 5PM
  • TUESDAY: 10AM - 6:30PM
  • WEDNESDAY: 10AM - 6:30PM
  • THURSDAY: 10AM - 5PM
  • FRIDAY: 10AM - 2PM

Scholars Strengthening Scholars (S3) - S3 will take place in the Student Solutions Center Lounge, Rogers 128.

  • Biology (General Biology Topics): Sunday 4 – 6 pm and Thursday 6 – 8 pm
  • Chemistry (Chemical Foundations, Principles of Chemistry I & II, Organic I & II): Sunday 4 – 6 pm and Thursday 6 – 8 pm
  • Computer Science (Intro, Programming, and Discrete Structures): Monday 10:50 - 12 pm and Wednesday 6 – 8 pm
  • Math (Social World Algorithms, Statistics, Applied Calculus, Calculus I & II, Discrete Structures): Wednesday 6 – 8 pm

Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) - Students seeking support for coursework in a particular math or science course are welcome to group work sessions. PASS Leaders work directly with faculty to reinforce material learned in class.

  • Anatomy & Physiology I, BIO 2215: Wednesday 6 – 8 pm in Rogers 225
  • Anatomy & Physiology I, BIO 2215: OPEN LAB Tuesday 6 – 8 pm in PS 005
    *Note: Open BIO 2215 lab not available week of exam. Extra sessions offered the week prior to exams on Thursday 6 - 8 pm in PS 005.
  • Calculus I, MAT 2311: Tuesday 6 – 8 pm in PS 203
  • Principles of Chemistry I, CHE 1111: Tuesday 6 – 8 pm in Rogers 230
  • Calculus II, MAT 2312: Tuesday 6-8 pm in Rogers 128 (SSC Lounge)
  • Biological Essentials, BIO 1500: Tuesday 6 – 8 pm and Thursday 6 – 8 pm in Rogers 225
  • Organic Chemistry I, CHE 2221: Sunday 4 – 6 pm in Rogers 225
  • Physics, PHY 2110: Sunday 4 – 6 pm in Career Center
  • Statistics, MAT 2022: Wednesday 6 – 8 pm in Rogers 230
  • Botany, BIO 2235: Wednesday 6 – 8 pm in Rogers Seminar Room

Shuttle Service

Student Government and the Department of Campus Safety and Security have combined efforts to better coordinate the shuttle service and will now provide fixed shuttle stops. You will no longer call a number for service, but instead will have fixed times at each stop. Scheduled stops will be:

  • Colony Arms
  • Harvard Road
  • Library
  • Lake Hollingsworth Apartments
  • Lake Morton Apartments
  • Garden Apartments

Shuttles will also be numbered. Look for signs at each stop listing the times in the morning and afternoon.

Commencement

The Commencement Handbook is available online! Use this helpful resource to answer your questions.