Florida Citrus Archive preserves documents pertinent to the study of the place of citrus and the citrus industry in Florida. Such materials are preserved on CDs, as much as is possible, for research both here and remotely, far into the future, or otherwise physically stored in such a manner as to make them available to researchers for many years to come and to make these materials available to the general public as much as is practical given our current financial status.
Florida Citrus ArchiveCrate Label CollectionFlorida Citrus Hall of Fame
The Center for Florida History sponsors the Florida Lecture Series; offers training in Florida history for public and private school teachers; works with and advises historical associations in the collection and preservation of historical artifacts, including oral histories, photographs, and manuscripts; holds symposia on special topics in Florida history; hosts a visiting scholar in Florida history; and publishes new and out-of-print works of Florida history.
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Home to Florida Southern’s extensive digital collections, the Florida United Methodist Heritage Center, the Governor Lawton M. Chiles, Jr., Center for Florida History, and the Florida Citrus Archives, the Sarah D. and L. Kirk McKay, Jr. Archives Center serves as a place where records, documents, and collections of enduring administrative or historical value for th College are preserved.
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The Roberts Center for Learning and Literacy, funded through a generous gift from Marjorie and Hal Roberts of Lakeland, provides specialized instruction in the early diagnosis and intervention of learning and literacy challenges and presents a Distinguished Lecture Series which hosts the nation's preeminent leaders in the fields of dyslexia, sensory integration disorders and related difficulties.
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The Florida Center for Science and Religion promotes the engagement of issues in science and religion throughout central Florida. The center sponsors an annual lecture series, a variety of speakers and meetings on a range of topics including stem cell research, evolution, and mental health & wellness. FCSR's programming appeals to both the academician and the lay person.
Florida Center for Science and Religion
The Center for Service Learning at Florida Southern College matches students in all areas of discipline to needs within the community, granting each student valuable experience through benefitting others.
The The Teaching and Learning Center works to fosters a culture of excellence that inspires our faculty to provide student-centered learning experiences by providing resources and opportunities for faculty development.
Teaching Learning CenterAdvising resourcesInstructional Technology workshops
111 Lake Hollingsworth Drive
Lakeland, FL 33801-5698