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Spring 2023 Academic Calendar

January 9
Orientation and Registration: New and Transfer Students
January 10
Classes Begin at 8:00 AM
January 16
Martin Luther King Day (No Classes)
January 17
Last Day to Register and Adjust Class Schedule
March 3
Mid-Term Grades Due in Registrar’s Office
March 6 to 10
Spring Break for Day Program
March 24
Final Day to Withdraw from Courses Without an Academic Penalty
March 29
Frank Lloyd Wright Day (No Classes)
April 7
Good Friday Holiday (No Classes)
April 28
Classes End
May 1 to 3
Final Exams
May 6
Commencement

Fall 2023 Academic Calendar

August 19 to 21
Orientation and Registration: New and Transfer Students – Day Undergraduate Program
August 22
Classes Begin at 8:00 AM
August 28
Last Day to Register and Adjust Class Schedule
September 20
Final Day to Withdraw from “A” Courses
October 10
A Term Ends
October 16 to 20
Fall Break (No Classes)
October 23
B Term Begins
October 25
Last Day to Add "B" Courses
November 3
Final Day to Withdraw from Courses Without an Academic Penalty
November 21
Final Day to Withdraw from "B" Courses
November 22 to 24
Thanksgiving Break (No Classes)
December 8
Classes End
December 11 to 13
Final Exams
December 16
Mid-Year Commencement
Christmas Holidays Begin

Spring 2024 Academic Calendar

January 8
Orientation and Registration: New and Transfer Students – Day Undergraduate Program
January 9
Classes Begin at 8:00 AM
January 15
Martin Luther King Day (No Classes)
January 16
Last Day to Register and Adjust Class Schedule
February 7
Final Day to Withdraw from “A” Courses
February 27
A Term Ends
March 4 to 8
Spring Break (No Classes)
March 11
B Term Begins
March 13
Last Day to Add "B" Courses
March 22
Final Day to Withdraw from Courses Without an Academic Penalty
March 29
Good Friday Holiday (No Classes)
April 9
Final Day to Withdraw from "B" Courses
April 11
Frank Lloyd Wright Day (No Classes)
April 19
Fiat Lux
April 26
Classes End
April 29 to May 1
Final Exams
May 4
Spring Graduation

Featured Events

In-Person

Becoming Othello

Discover Florida

Becoming Othello

Mar 20

Interspersed with verses from Othello and dynamic multimedia elements, Byrd bares her soul in this vulnerable, personal, and resonant story of perseverance, discovery, and unconditional love.

Registration opens 2/28/24

Registration closes 3/13/24

Location: Orlando Shakes

Cost: Free

In-Person

FSC|Dance: Perpetual Motion

FSC|Dance: Perpetual Motion

Directed by Erin LaSala Phillips

Mar 22 7:30 PM

The annual spring dance performance features choreography by FSC Dance Program faculty and invited guest artists that celebrates the dynamic and seemingly endless possibilities that encompasses dance movement. The first act of this exciting program includes an excerpt from the beautiful classical ballet La Bayadere, followed by innovative and riveting original choreography in the second act - all showcasing the talented students of the FSC Dance Program. For more information, call 863-680-4296.

Location: Branscomb Auditorium

Cost: Free for FSC Faculty, Staff and Students. General Admission tickets $10 child/$20 adult.

In-Person

FSC|Dance: Perpetual Motion

FSC|Dance: Perpetual Motion

Directed by Erin LaSala Phillips

Mar 24 2:30 PM

The annual spring dance performance features choreography by FSC Dance Program faculty and invited guest artists that celebrates the dynamic and seemingly endless possibilities that encompasses dance movement. The first act of this exciting program includes an excerpt from the beautiful classical ballet La Bayadere, followed by innovative and riveting original choreography in the second act - all showcasing the talented students of the FSC Dance Program. For more information, call 863-680-4296.

Location: Branscomb Auditorium

Cost: Free for FSC Faculty, Staff and Students. General Admission tickets $10 child/$20 adult.

In-Person

Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie

Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie

Directed by Paul Bawek

Apr 5 - Apr 7

Leonard Vole stands accused of murdering a rich widow. The stakes are high with shocking witness testimony, impassioned outbursts from the dock and a young man’s fight to escape the hangman’s noose. Generally regarded as one of Christie’s most accomplished plays, this suspenseful thriller keeps audiences guessing until the very end. For more information, call 863-680-3089.

Location: Buckner Theatre

Cost: Free for FSC Faculty, Staff, and Students. Reserved Seating Tickets $10 child/$20 adult.

In-Person

FSC Opera Theatre and Opera Orchestra Present: Dido and Aeneas

FSC Opera Theatre and Opera Orchestra Present: Dido and Aeneas

by Henry Purcell. Staging directed by Mark Thomsen/Orchestra Directed by Martha Placeres

Apr 5 7:30 PM

Loosely based on book IV of Virgil’s Aeneid, the Queen of Carthage, Dido, offers a Trojan prince, Aeneas, safe harbor on his journey home after the war. While Aeneas is in Carthage, Dido falls in love with him. The plot thickens as a vengeful Sorceress hatches a plot to separate the lovers through a storm at sea. The Sorceress sends one of her demonic servants disguised as the god Mercury to persuade Aeneas to return home immediately, thereby leaving Dido. Aeneas is persuaded to leave and tells Dido he is leaving. Having learned of Aeneas’ departure, Dido realizes she cannot bear to lose him, and sings her final aria, the famous Dido’s Lament. For more information, call 863-680-4296.

Location: Branscomb Auditorium

Cost: Free for FSC Faculty, Staff and Students. General Admission tickets $5 child/$10 adult.

In-Person

FSC Opera Theatre and Opera Orchestra Present: Dido and Aeneas

FSC Opera Theatre and Opera Orchestra Present: Dido and Aeneas

by Henry Purcell. Staging directed by Mark Thomsen/Orchestra Directed by Martha Placeres

Apr 8 2:30 PM

Loosely based on book IV of Virgil’s Aeneid, the Queen of Carthage, Dido, offers a Trojan prince, Aeneas, safe harbor on his journey home after the war. While Aeneas is in Carthage, Dido falls in love with him. The plot thickens as a vengeful Sorceress hatches a plot to separate the lovers through a storm at sea. The Sorceress sends one of her demonic servants disguised as the god Mercury to persuade Aeneas to return home immediately, thereby leaving Dido. Aeneas is persuaded to leave and tells Dido he is leaving. Having learned of Aeneas’ departure, Dido realizes she cannot bear to lose him, and sings her final aria, the famous Dido’s Lament. For more information, call 863-680-4296.

Location: Branscomb Auditorium

Cost: Free for FSC Faculty, Staff and Students. General Admission tickets $5 child/$10 adult.

In-Person

FSC Jazz Program Highlights

FSC Jazz Program Highlights

Directed by Jeffrey Benatar

Apr 10 7:30 PM

Featuring all FSC Jazz Ensembles, this concert highlights music from the Jazz canon, old and new, in a variety of ensemble combinations.

Location: B202/Anne MacGregor Jenkins Recital Hall

In-Person

Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie

Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie

Directed by Paul Bawek

Apr 11 - Apr 14

Leonard Vole stands accused of murdering a rich widow. The stakes are high with shocking witness testimony, impassioned outbursts from the dock and a young man’s fight to escape the hangman’s noose. Generally regarded as one of Christie’s most accomplished plays, this suspenseful thriller keeps audiences guessing until the very end. For more information, call 863-680-3089.

Location: Buckner Theatre

Cost: Free for FSC Faculty, Staff, and Students. Reserved Seating Tickets $10 child/$20 adult.

In-Person

The Art of Music Choir Concert

The Art of Music Choir Concert

Conducted by Beth Gibbs

Apr 16 7:30 PM

While music is an art in and of itself, choral music is often inspired by other art forms and can bring a deeper understanding to the works that inspire it.  For this evening’s concert, both the Chamber Singers and the Concert Choir will present selections that were directly influenced by paintings, sculpture, and poetry. Featuring excerpts from Randall Thompson’s A Peaceable Kingdom and works highlighting many additional languages and cultures, this evening of music is sure to bring you closer to The Art of Music. For more information, call 863-680-4296.

Location: Branscomb Auditorium

Cost: Free for FSC Faculty, Staff and Students. General Admission tickets $5 child/$10 adult.

In-Person

FSC Symphony Band Spring Concert: The Spring Collection

FSC Symphony Band Spring Concert: The Spring Collection

Directed by J. Jossim

Apr 18 7:30 PM

A collection can be described as a group of items that one acquires sparked by some kind of emotional connection.Let the rhythms and dance of our Spring Collection take you on a musical journey full of promise and must-haves. The Symphony Band is in full swing and promises to offer the perfect addition to a music lovers' collection.

Location: Branscomb Auditorium

Cost: Free for FSC Faculty, Staff and Students. General Admission tickets $5 child/$10 adult.

In-Person

Summer String Camp

Summer String Camp

At Florida Southern College

Jun 23

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The Office of Accountability, Education and Compliance facilitates the student accountability process, serves as an investigator for student Title IX issues, provides prevention, education, and awareness programs, and maintains compliance for federal and state mandates.
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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.

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Florida Southern College provides shuttle transportation for current students to and from the Tampa (TPA) and Orlando (MCO) airports for breaks throughout the school year.

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