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Student Involvement


Stay busy morning, noon, and night.

What can you do for fun? Lots! Imagine a college campus where 100 percent of the students are involved in extracurricular activities. From basketball games to concerts, your only problem will be deciding what to do first.

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Civic Engagement

Civic Engagement encompasses active citizenship, community involvement, advocacy, and the development of personal and social responsibility.

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CSI’s goal is to provide leadership development opportunities for students and organizations through activities and programs.

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Student Organizations

With 100+ student clubs and organizations, ranging from honors societies to recreational clubs, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get involved. And if you don’t find a club that suits you, start one up!

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Fraternity and Sorority Life

Along with friendships and fun, fraternities and sororities have a way of bringing out the best in their members through their various activities and philanthropies.

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Student Government

Serving as the voice of the student body, student governors represent student interests and work to improve campus life.

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Campus Entertainment

The Association of Campus Entertainment (ACE) is your primary source for entertainment at FSC. ACE is a student-run organization that sponsors a wide variety of events throughout the academic year including concerts, comedians and so much more!

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Discover Florida

Want to get out and explore all that Florida has to offer. Whatever your interests, you’ll find something fun—and cheap — to do!

Center for Student Involvement

The Center for Student Involvement seeks to complement the academic mission of Florida Southern College. By supporting the ideas of the Cornerstone, we provide structured, community-building opportunities for students to be involved in campus life outside the classroom.


Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Contact Us

Phone: 863.680.4499
Fax: 863.616.6464

Find Us

The Center for Student Involvement is located on the second floor in the Rogers Building, (R on the campus map)

Connect With Us

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Stay on top of the latest events and announcements.


Meet Our Staff

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Mike Crawford
Assistant Dean of Student Development

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Allison Manning
Director of Student Involvement

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Jacqueline Inskeep
Assistant Director of Student Involvement

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Sara Ellis
Program Coordinator

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Stephen R. Bell
Student Development Technology Coordinator



Mission Statement, Goals, and Learning Outcomes

Mission Statement

The Center for Student Involvement and the Simmons Center strives to support the overall mission of the college in its efforts to provide a variety of academic and co-curricular opportunities that engender the advancement of our community’s core values. We aim to create an engaged and inclusive environment by fostering holistic experiences that connect our students to one another.


  1. To create and maintain an ongoing assessment and evaluation process to gain feedback on programs and services.
  2. To collaborate with individuals, groups, academic affairs and other student development units to offer initiatives that connect people through community service, social engagement, cultural celebration and shared understanding.
  3. To be branded as a vital resource for student development and success as it relates to campus engagement and leadership development.
  4. To reorganize and revitalize Center for Student Involvement  and Simmons Center policies and procedures to create clear and concise communication with students, faculty, and staff.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Shape the dynamic programs and services that fit the changing needs of a diverse student body.
  2. Seek Center for Student Involvement and Simmons Center as a resource to gain a better understanding of the programs and services offered.
  3. Develop an understanding of self and an appreciation for intercultural exchange, civic involvement, equity and access.