In preparation for Florida Southern College's fall re-opening, President Anne Kerr and Provost and Vice President Brad Hollingshead, upper left, took part in a “State of the College” interview with Vice President of Communications and Marketing Grant Heston, upper right. The Zoom conversation was shared with the FSC community on Aug. 26, 2020.
Aug 27, 2020
Florida Southern College President Anne Kerr and Provost and Vice President Brad Hollingshead address how the College is adapting to the global coronavirus pandemic by focusing on health, safety, and academics in an interview this week.
In a “State of the College” Zoom interview hosted by Grant Heston, Vice President of Communications and Marketing, Kerr and Hollingshead share what the fall semester will look like and answer frequently asked questions from students and parents.
The interview can be viewed HERE.
Both leaders praised Florida Southern students for their resiliency in the face of the pandemic’s challenges — as well as faculty and staff, for how they have focused on creating the best on-campus and remote-learning experiences for students in the fall. Helping students stay healthy and on track to “accomplish their dreams” has been the guiding principle since the spring, Kerr said.
“There are magnificent dreams at Florida Southern that the pandemic has not touched,” she said.
A message from Florida Southern for students and parents
President Anne Kerr and Provost and Vice President Brad Hollingshead answer questions.
FSC Provost Brad E. Hollingshead addresses questions about the return to campus.