Florida Southern College provides access to many centers and institutes providing exciting academic opportunities to both students and the Lakeland community alike.
The Institute of Accounting Excellence provides a best-in-class, student-focused accounting education for baccalaureate and graduate-level learners.
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 the College are preserved.
Bringing together the resources of the School of Education and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences for a unique interdisciplinary program to positively impact the academic experience of young children.
The Center for Florida History seeks to preserve and educate the public on the richness of Florida history through engaging scholarly activities.
The Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship is an initiative to help students understand and appreciate the important role free enterprise plays within the American economy.
State and national surveys document how little Americans know about our government, the Constitution, and our justice system. We want to change that. The Justice Teaching Center provides access to research; partnerships with the legal and judicial communities; engaging, nonpartisan, standards-based lessons; law and civics academic competitions; high-impact professional development; and a range of interactive programs and instructional resources.
The Center for Polling and Policy Research provides a platform to educate our students on the proper and ethical design of research studies, methodologies, and research plans, and the analysis and interpretation of results.
The Roberts Center for Learning and Literacy, funded through a generous gift from Marjorie and Hal Roberts of Lakeland, provides specialized instruction in the fields of dyslexia, sensory integration disorders and related difficulties.