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May 9 at 11:00 AM
Eligible students interested in traveling to Germany can participate in a virtual orientation with Dr. Anderson on Monday, May 9 at 11:00 a.m.
June 16 at 4:00 PM
This event is for prospective students who are currently non-instructional employees in the Polk County Schools interested in Florida Southern's adult undergraduate Elementary Education program through the School of Education.
Orientation and Registration: New and Transfer Students
Classes begin at 8:00 AM
Martin Luther King Day; No Classes
Final day to register, add a course, drop a course, change a course to Pass/Fail or Audit before 5:00 PM
There are no tuition or fee refunds for withdrawn courses after January 17, 2021.
Final day of “A” courses
Midterm Grades Due in Registrar’s Office
March 7 to 11
Spring Break for Day Program
First Day of “B” Courses
Final Day to Add a “B” Course before 5:00 PM
Final Day to Withdraw From Courses Without an Academic Penalty before 5:00 PM
Final Day to Withdraw from College before 5:00 PM
Students with 93 or more earned hours may begin Portal Registration at 8:00 PM
Students with 60 or more earned hours may begin Portal Registration at 8:00 PM
Students with 30 or more earned hours may begin Portal Registration at 8:00 PM
Students with 0-29 or more earned hours may begin Portal Registration at 7:00 AM
Final Day to Withdraw from a “B” Course without Academic Penalty before 5:00 PM
Good Friday Holiday
May 2 to 4
May 15 - June 23
August 20 to 22
Classes Begin at 8:00 AM
Last Day to Register and Adjust Class Schedule
October 17 to 21
Fall Break for Day Program
Final Day to Withdraw from Courses Without an Academic Penalty
November 23 to 25
Final Day of Class
December 12 - 14
Christmas Break Begins
College students receive substantial academic discounts by direct order.
The mission of the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) is to provide professional development and technical support for faculty and students as they leverage engaged teaching and learning practices and tools in the higher ed classroom.
Our dedicated, responsive staff helps to ensure the well-being of the entire college community. In addition to an emergency text message system, our Campus Safety staff are available 24/7 to meet the needs of our students.
We serve as a resource to assist faculty and staff as they educate and interact with students with disabilities, providing advice and training as needed.