Academic Reminders

Academic Calendar

Spring - January 10 - May 3

  • March 3 - Mid-Term Grades Due in Registrar’s Office
  • March 6-10 - Spring Break for Day Program
  • March 24 - Final Day to Withdraw from Courses Without an Academic Penalty

Spring 2A - January 10 – February 28, 2023

  • February 8 - Final Day to Withdraw from a Course or Courses
  • February 20 - Classes will be held on President’s Day
  • February 28 - Classes End

Spring 2B Mon March 13 – Wed May 3, 2023

  • March 13 - Classes Begin
  • March 15 - Late Registration (Add/Drop) 

Spring 2C - January 10 – May 3, 2023

  • February 20 - Classes will be held on President’s Day
  • March 6-March 10  - Spring Break –No Classes
  • March 24 - Final Day to Withdraw from a Course or Courses

MBA Spring 2A - January 10 – February 28, 2023

  • February 8 - Final Day to Withdraw from a Course or Courses
  • February 28 - Classes End

Spring 2B Mon March 13 – Wed May 3, 2023

  • March 13 - Classes Begin
  • March 15 - Late Registration (Add/Drop)

MBA Spring 2C - January 10 – May 3, 2023

  • March 24 - Final Day to Withdraw from a Course or Courses

Masters/Doctorate Spring - January 10 – May 3, 2023

  • February 8 - Final Day to Withdraw from “A” Courses
  • February 28 - A Term Ends
  • March 13 - B Term Begins
  • March 24 - Final Day To Withdraw from a Course or Courses

Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Spring -  January 10 – May 3, 2023

  • March 24 - Final Day To Withdraw from a Course or Courses

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Sunday

Dining Options

Wynee's Dinner Highlights 

Monday Grilled Pork Chops
Tuesday Chicken Picatta
Wednesday

Tilapia

FARMER’S MARKET With FRESH produce available for purchase

Thursday

Grilled Marinated London Broil

Friday Fresh Catch of the Day

Healthy Blend Deli MEAL DEAL

  • BBQ Chicken Burrito
Dining Location Day Semester Hours of operation
Healthy Blend Deli Monday – Friday
Saturday – Sunday
7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
9:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Freshens Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Steak 'N Shake

Monday – Friday

Saturday – Sunday

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
4:30 PM – 8:00 PM
11:00 AM – 1:30 PM
4:30 PM – 8:00 PM

The Buck Stop Monday - Thursday
Friday

7:30 AM - 8:00 PM
7:30 AM to 3:00 PM

Moc Mart Monday – Friday
Saturday – Sunday

7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM

The Happy Place

Monday – Friday

7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Tutu’s Cyber Café

Monday - Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

7:00 AM - 1:00 AM
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
10:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Grill Master (Outside Tutu’s) Monday – Friday 11:00 AM - 6:00PM
Wynee’s Bistro

Monday - Friday
Breakfast/Lunch
Dinner

Saturday - Sunday
Breakfast/Lunch
Dinner


7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM


8:00 AM - 1:30 PM
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Shuttle Schedule

 

ALL  SHUTTLE  SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO RAPIDLY CHANGING CONDITIONS

 

See below for information on using the BusWhere App to track the whereabouts of the college's shuttles and trams.

The shuttles will have a placard designating areas/apartments that the shuttle services.

We have added two "Campus Trams", each with a capacity of 7 passengers.  The trams will have 5 designated stops on campus:  Becker; North end of cafeteria; Jenkins Field House; Rogers Building; Branscomb.

Our overall operational period will start at 7 am. The full shuttle schedule will cease at 6 pm. We will continue to have one shuttle in service for our campus until 11 pm.

All shuttles (with the exception of the Holiday Inn shuttle) will make stops at the following locations:

  • Hollis Room – On the east side of our campus. Students will be picked up on the south side of the Hollis Room. Students can wait under the esplanade for shade/rain protection.
  • ROTC Circle – Center of campus. Students can wait under the covered entrance to ROTC.
  • Becker/Weinstein – Students will be dropped off near the entrance to Weinstein Computer Science off of Callahan Court. 

 

LHA Shuttle

The LHA Shuttle will be at the primary stops of LHA at the top of the hour and returning every 20 minutes. The LHA Shuttle will make the following stops on campus in this exact order:

  • The LHA Shuttle will depart LHA at the top of the hour and returning every 20 minutes.
  • Becker/Weinstein
  • ROTC
  • Hollis  

LMV Shuttle

The LMV Shuttle will be at the pickup point of LMV at the top of the hour and returning every 20 minutes.. The LMV shuttle will make the following stops:

  • The LMV Shuttle will depart LMV at the top of the hour and returning every 20 minutes.
  • Edwards Blanton Nursing/Colony stop on South Blvd.
  • Hollis
  • ROTC
  • Becker Weinstein
  • This shuttle will provide service to DPT on an as needed basis.

Garden Shuttle

The Garden Shuttle will be at the Garden at the top of the hour and returning every 20 minutes. The Garden Shuttle will proceed from Garden to Star Apartments.  

  • The Garden Shuttle will depart the Garden Apartments at the top of the hour and returning every 20 minutes.
  • Becker/ Weinstein
  • ROTC
  • Hollis
  • PMOA

Holiday Inn Express (H.I.S.)Shuttle

  • The Holiday Inn Express Shuttle will be at the pickup point for Holiday Inn at the top of the hour and will return every 30 minutes.   
  • The Holiday Inn Express Shuttle will not make any internal campus stops, other than the drop off point of the ROTC Circle.
  • This schedule is highly dependent on traffic. 

 

Additional Shuttle Information

Overflow Shuttles

The Overflow Shuttles will be available for heavily traveled times where a stop may exceed the amount of people we can transport in a single bus. The overflow shuttles will be adjusted as needed.

 

Campus Trams

Two Trams, each with a capacity of 7 passengers.  The trams will have 5 designated stops on campus:  Becker; North end of cafeteria; Jenkins Field House; Rogers Building; Branscomb.

 

Student Shopping Shuttle

The Student Shopping Shuttle is operational from 11:00am until 5:00pm on Saturdays. It will depart from the Circle Dr. (the Cafe). The shuttle will take you to local grocery stores and pharmacies.

When 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

 

Academic Fuel

Florida Southern offers a variety of resources to help you succeed in your academic pursuits. Please contact the Student Solutions Center for additional information regarding Academic Fuel or using WC Online.  Please scan the QR Code below to create a free WCOnline account. This account will grant you access to the Academic Fuel schedule for each program, Writing Center, Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS), and Scholars Strengthening Scholars (S3).

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Academic Fuel programs are in the Carlisle Rogers Building with most sessions taking place in the Academic Fuel Center, Rogers 128. Specific locations are listed on the schedule in WCOnline.

Please check WCOnline or email Taylor Shook at tshook@flsouthern.edu for schedule questions or Academic Fuel related inquiries.

ReFuel sessions are individual appointments with peer tutors for tutoring in different courses by subject. Students must schedule an appointment on WCOnline in advance. No walk-ins are accepted for ReFuel sessions.

All sessions are by appointment only – students must schedule at least 4 hours in advance of the session start time – Peer Scholars are not available for walk-ins during ReFuel hours!

ReFuel sessions occur in Rogers 128, Academic Fuel Center

 Refuel Schedule

 

The FSC Writing Center offers individual sessions through WCOnline by appointment only. Students have three session meeting options: in-person, asynchronous online (upload your paper and check WCOnline for same appointment day feedback), or synchronous online (meet through WCOnline’s platform). 

Students may view the Writing Center schedule, make and adjust appointments, and receive appointment reminders by creating a WCOnline account.

 Writing Center Schedule

PASS support students enrolled in specific, targeted courses. In these sessions, students have the opportunity to actively engage in their coursework with classmates as guided by a student who successfully completed the course in a previous semester. PASS is walk-in only with sessions occurring in the Academic Fuel Center, the SSC Lounge, or Rogers 225. Please check the schedule on WCOnline for the specific location or contact Student Solutions for support.

 PASS Schedule

S3 is general tutoring and scholarly support where students can work on homework, problem solve, and ask questions about specific topics and information. Sessions are walk-in only, all located in the Academic Fuel Center, Rogers 128.

 S3 Schedule

Tech Help

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

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 Res Hall 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 devices are not supported on any FSC network:

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 at 855-243-8892. During normal business hours, M – F, 8 am to 5 pm.  You will need to request a new account and provide Spectrum with your building’s physical address (if needed, this information is obtainable through Student Life) and your residence hall room number. 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