FSC Office of Enrollment Internship
During the fall 2015 semester, I had the pleasure of being selected as the Student Life Reporting Intern at Florida Southern. As a news/marketing writer for the Office of Enrollment, I was charged with identifying, researching, and writing marketing stories for the FSC website, as well as other promotional materials.
It doesn’t take a special event to draw FSC students to downtown Lakeland. With its coffee shops, galleries and classic southern scenery, the downtown area is often brimming with FSC students taking a break from campus life to grab a bite to eat or settle in for a...read more
FSC music reaches far beyond the Florida Southern campus--sometimes in the most surprising ways. Picture a typical college music department and one might imagine dedicated students socked away in practice rooms and rehearsal halls, but FSC takes engaged learning far...read more
The Dance Department at Florida Southern has extended a rare invitation to accomplished dance students all over the country: professional-level training with individualized attention to prepare for a career in dance. Dance students coming to FSC experience the small...read more
Junior Stephanie Sharkey ‘17 came to Florida Southern with a fierce mission to connect her dedication to service with her business degree. This passion does not stop in the classroom or at extracurriculars, and luckily Florida Southern has provided plenty of opportunities for real-world experience.read more
For FSC Associate Professor Dr. Jose Garcia, the study of of Spanish and Latin American Studies is more than academic, it is personal. Garcia was just 13 years old when he was told to pack up what he could carry and left his friends and family behind for a new life...read more
For the FSC music department, fall has been a busy time, with ensembles from several branches of the department traveling outside campus walls to share their artistry, educate others and hone their craft. On October 27th, Kira Omelchenko and the FSC Chamber Orchestra...read more