The Council previously approved committees to address specific areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the College. Led by two members of the Council, each committee also includes a member of the College’s executive leadership team, at least one student, and other members of the College community.
A message from Florida Southern's Chief Diversity Officer
Council members establish committees to address specific areas of need.
Since the appalling death of Mr. George Floyd last month, I have shared that the College is committed to achieving heightened equality, justice, and inclusion on our campus.
Simmons Center Director Brenda Lewis sees hope and promise in student-led initiatives.
A message to our Florida Southern community from President Anne Kerr
There are so many ways that you can combat stress and improve your mental health while in college; here are just a few, including resources here on campus.
Student groups organized meal-assembly initiative with local kidsPACK nonprofit.
Student members of the Lux12 digital agency, from FSC’s Department of Communication, have partnered with the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program in Polk County to produce original videos meant to increase the nonprofit’s social media visibility.
Professor Jose Garcia’s book, Voices from Mariel: Oral Histories of the 1980 Cuban Boat-lift, has just been released by the University Press of Florida. In it, Dr. Garcia recounts how he and his family and many others came to join the 125,000 Cubans who fled the island over a six-month period.
Patriots Plaza, located near the center of the campus at the entrance to the Barnett Athletic Complex, is a place of honor and remembrance for veterans and active-duty service members.
Meet Brenda Lewis, who has worked for years to help highlight the diversity on campus.
The international nuclear standoff with North Korea has put the totalitarian regime’s human rights record in greater focus, and one of the world’s leading advocates for human rights in North Korea will be the next speaker in the Politics, Law, and Economics Lecture Series at Florida Southern College.
The annual Biblical Symposium at Florida Southern College will focus on the current topic of inclusion and immigration, with three guest speakers bringing scholarly and practical perspectives to the subject.