News - 5/23/2019
Dr. Alex Rich Appointed to Head Polk Museum of Art
The Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College has appointed Dr. H. Alexander Rich to be the Executive Director and Chief Curator for the Polk Museum of Art at Florida Southern College in Lakeland. Dr. Rich joined Florida Southern in August 2014 as assistant professor of a...
News - 5/22/2019
FSC’s VanDerLaan rules NCAA golf
Last year it was John’s closing-round 65 that deprived Barry’s Jorge Garcia of a national title. Garcia was the victim of another VanDerLaan on Wednesday.
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News - 5/21/2019
Department of Chemistry Earns ACS Accreditation
The American Chemical Society has recognized Florida Southern College’s Chemistry program as an ACS-approved chemistry degree offering the highest level of collegiate instruction. This premiere academic accreditation affirms to prospective students, institutions of highe...
News - 5/20/2019
Mocs’ golfers drop from lead in first round at NCAA finals
“Well, it’s pretty simple,” said head coach Lee White. “We didn’t finish. We were even par through 15 holes, which would have left us tied for the lead. And now, we’re going to have to climb the leaderboard over the next two rounds.”
News - 5/14/2019
Corporate Visits in Seattle and Vancouver
Following a day of travel from our Florida Southern home, we arrived in the unequivocally beautiful city of Seattle and began to explore what all it had to offer. Aside from the scenic views of both the ocean and mountainscapes, unique coffee, and delicious food, the city is a...
News - 5/6/2019
FSC Student Receives Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
Zachary Fralish of Niceville, Florida, a rising senior majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Florida Southern College, is among an elite group of 496 students across the United States to receive a Goldwater Scholarship for the 2019-2020 academic year.Zachary is one...
News - 5/2/2019
Festival shows off FSC students’ films
James, a senior from Naples, is one of about a dozen students whose work will be screened in the second annual Southern Reel Film Showcase.Read the full story on the The Ledger website.