||Fitness on the Green - Join us for some YOGA, Zumba, and stretching and get your morning started off right. Fun for the entire family. (Mr. George's Green)
|8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
||Check in for later arrivals (Carlisle Rogers Student Center)
|9:00 to 10:00 AM
||Breakfast on the Green (Mr. George's Green, Included)
|10:00 to 2:00 PM
||FLW Visitors Center
Usonian house tours available anytime between 10:00 am – 2:00 pm; Full FLW “Child of the Sun” campus tours available at 10:30 am and 1:00 pm.
||Lunch - Optional (Wynee’s Bistro, Pay at the door)
|1:00 to 6:00 PM
||Family Time; Pool and Waterfront open (Hollis Wellness Center/Moc Dock)
|2:00 to 4:00 PM
||Southern Sample - (Christoverson Humanities Building)
MOC Classes; choose 2; first come, first served; Enjoy a sampling of MOC classes that will provide a glimpse into the engaged learning environment embraced by FSC.
A Glimpse into the Academic World of Psychology at FSC - (Christoverson Humanities Building)
Dr. Leilani Goodmon-Riley takes students and families on a tour of the human mind using some of FSC’s signature engaged learning activities.
Become a Movement Analyst! - (Christoverson Humanities Building)
A tremendous amount of individuals are performing high level activities with inefficient fundamental movement patterns. Dr. Sara Terrell will help you learn how to identify your weakest kinetic link and how to implement exercise strategies to correct your movement deficiencies, improve your quality of movement, and reduce your injury risk (participants will be asked to engage in light activity).
The Binding of Isaac - (Christoverson Humanities Building)
Throughout the Jewish and Christian traditions, theologians have wrestled with the biblical story of God “testing” Abraham by commanding him to kill his son, Isaac. Join Dr. Brian Hamilton as you read and discuss this story together, working to understand and articulate your own moral reactions to the text.
A Look at the Fascinating Diversity of Lower Marine Invertebrates - (Christoverson Humanities Building)
Often considered “primitive” or “simple”, the lower invertebrates have possibly the largest impact on the marine environment. Join Dr. Kristian Taylor as he discusses the different organisms that compose this group and the immense role they have within the marine food web.
||Volleyball vs. Nova Southeastern - GO MOCS! (Jenkins Field House)
|5:00 to 7:00 PM
||Prime Rib and Shrimp Night - (Wynee’s Bistro, Included)
||Women’s Soccer vs. University of Tampa - Help cheer the MOCS to victory over conference rival UT (Barnett Field)
||Theatre Show • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Loca Lee Buckner Theatre, Advanced Reservations Required)