2019 News Archive

News - 1/25/2019

FSC Nursing Graduates Earn 100 Percent in RN Licensure Exam

Class of 2018 graduates of Florida Southern’s pre-licensure Nursing program earned a 100 percent pass rate on the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX), the test required for entry into the nursing profession. Pass rates of graduates on the NCLEX test are regarded...


News - 1/24/2019

Meet Industrial Participation Program Manager Mary Baltimore ’13

Mary Baltimore ’13 graduated from Florida Southern with a degree in Business Administration: International Business. Now, this incredible alumna is the perfect example of how important it is to follow your passion and not let challenges scare you.Where are you originally...


News - 1/23/2019

Tony Award-Winning Producer Speaks With Theatre Students

As part of a return visit to the Florida Southern campus, Tony Award-winning producer Dr. Jeffrey Grove '86 received a warm welcome from students and faculty from the Department of Theatre and Dance on Jan. 23, 2019. The successful Tampa-area osteopathic physicia...


News - 1/17/2019

Sailing Into the Caribbean Cruise

The Junior Journey to the Caribbean provided many eye-opening experiences and learning opportunities, especially for a novice cruiser like myself. For starters, a cruise is an incredibly unique form of vacationing and is much more than just transportation. It’s essential...


News - 1/9/2019

My Incredible Summer in Indonesia

This past summer, I was selected to receive the Critical Language Scholarship in Indonesia by the United States Department of State. The Critical Language Scholarship program sends American undergraduate or graduate students to a country whose language has been deemed cri...


News - 1/2/2019

Participants in Esports Develop Career Skills

Florida Southern leaped at the chance in late 2017 to be a pioneer in Florida collegiate esports, fielding four teams to compete with other emerging college programs. The skills students are gaining have big implications for the workforce and for the students’ own career...