Guide 2015 - Fayetteville State University

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Guide 2015 - Fayetteville State University
PROJECT GRADUATION
RIENTATION WEEK 2015
Pre-Orientation
Guide 2015
Timeline
1867 Howard School Founded by David A. Bryant, Nelson
Carter, Andrew J. Chesnutt, George Grainger, Matthew
Leary. Thomas Lomax, and Robert Simmons. They paid
$136.00 for two lots on Gillespie Street
1867 Robert Harris became first Principal
Comprehensive Level I Institution, offering Master’s
Degrees. Dr. Charles “A” Lyons, Jr., President, then
became the first Chancellor of the University.
1973 Offered Associate of Arts degrees at Fort Bragg
1976 NCATE Accreditation
1868 Howard School constructed by Freedman’s Bureau
1872 Charles Chesnutt became a pupil-teacher at the
Howard School
1877 Named North Carolina’s First State Colored Normal School
with Robert Harris as Principal and Charles Chesnutt as
Assistant Principal. (After UNC-Chapel Hill, it is the second
oldest State supported school in North Carolina)
1880 Charles W. Chesnutt became Principal
1883 Charles Chesnutt resigned as Principal
1883 Dr. Ezekiel Ezra (E. E.) Smith became Principal
1888 George H. Williams became Principal
1895 Dr. E. E. Smith returned as Principal
1898 Reverend Leonard (Robert) E. Fairley became Acting
Principal
1987 Dr. Charles “A” Lyons, Jr. retired as Chancellor
1988Dr. Lloyd V. Hackley is named the eighth Chief Executive
Officer of Fayetteville State University
1994Dr. Lloyd V. Hackley left Fayetteville State University and
became President of the North Carolina Community
College System
1994 First doctoral program - Ed.D. in Educational Leadership
1995Dr. Donna J. Benson, Associate Vice President for
Academic Affairs of The University of North Carolina
served as Interim Chancellor
1995Dr. Willis B. McLeod was selected as the ninth leader
and first alumnus Chancellor on November 15, 1995
1998 NLN Accreditation for Nursing Program
2001 CCNE Accreditation for Nursing Program
1899 Dr. E. E. Smith returned as Principal
2002 Through 2003 won 14 CIAA Championships
1908 State Colored Normal School moved to the Murchison
Road site
2003 Dr. Willis B. McLeod resigned as Chancellor on June 30,
2003
1927 High school was discontinued and the title of Principal
was changed to President and Vice Principal to Dean
2003Dr. T. J. (Thelma Jane) Bryan was selected as the tenth
Chancellor and started her duties on July 1, 2003
1933 Dr. E. E. Smith retired as President
2005 Generic nursing program accredited by CCNE
1933 Dr. J. Ward Seabrook is elected President
2006 Master of social work program accredited by CSWE
1939 Name changed to Fayetteville State Teachers College and
it became a four-year institution granting a B.S. degree in
Elementary Education, accredited by the state and region
2007 Business and accounting programs accredited
by AACSB
1947 Accredited by SACS
2007Dr. Lloyd V. Hackley was named Interim Chancellor by
UNC President Erskine Bowles and started his duties
effective July 23, 2007
1954 Member of AACTE
1956 Dr. J. Ward Seabrook retired
2008Dr. James A. Anderson was selected as the eleventh chief
executive officer and started his duties on June 9, 2008
1956 Dr. Rudolph Jones elected President
1963 Name changed to Fayetteville State College
1969 Dr. Rudolph Jones retired
1969 Dr. Charles “A” Lyons, Jr. became President
1969Name changed to Fayetteville State University and it
was designated a regional university
1972Fayetteville State University was made a constituent
institution of the University of North Carolina and a
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2007 Dr. T. J. Bryan resigned as Chancellor on July 23, 2007
2012FSU is the only UNC campus that houses both a
traditional and an International Early College High
School.
2012
FSU opens a new 338-bed state-of-the-art Renaissance
Residence Hall
2014
FSU opens the newly renovated Rudolph Jones Student
Center, an 82,000 square feet state-of-the-art building.
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
Welcome
Greetings to the mighty Class of 2019 and welcome to the Bronco Nation! Fayetteville State University is
committed to the development of well-rounded students that will graduate and become productive leaders
that make important contributions to society. Therefore, it is critical that you maximize your time here at FSU
and develop your critical thinking skills, talents and abilities.
In an effort to assist you as you begin your journey at Fayetteville State University; we have designed Orientation
to equip you with important information that will help you be successful and graduate. Therefore, it is with
this vision that this year’s orientation theme is “Broncos 101: Project Graduation.” Throughout the orientation
process, you will be presented with “tips” that will serve as guidelines for you to follow as a student towards
a successful pathway to graduation in May 2019. During your matriculation here at FSU, we encourage you
to stay focused academically, involved in campus life and the community, and BroncoFIT. Most importantly,
you will quickly learn that FSU provides a quality education that will make you proud to be an FSU Bronco
today, at graduation, and forever more as alumni!
The goals of Fayetteville State University New Student Orientation are to:
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Ensure that you accomplish all of the necessary tasks required to become officially enrolled at
Fayetteville State University.
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Provide an understanding of Fayetteville State University’s traditions and legacy and your place therein.
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Help you transition effectively to college life academically, personally, and socially.
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Help you understand the University processes, procedures, and policies that will govern your life as a
student here at FSU.
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Inform you about the availability of services and programs.
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
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Welcome
Greetings to the
Class of 2019
Welcome to Fayetteville State University! We are honored by your decision to join our FSU
community and thrilled about your enthusiasm and your motivation to attend FSU. I am
confident that you will find an environment that will allow you to define your personal
uniqueness as you realize your goals and anticipated aspirations for the future. As one of
the oldest universities in North Carolina, you are joining an academic community that is
steeped in tradition and pays a particular homage to our past, but also prepares you for
success. You have a wonderful opportunity for developing new relationships when you
become a member of the Bronco Family and I encourage you to actively participate in your
community. Among the first people to greet you at FSU will be your Resident Assistant (RA) and your Orientation Leader (OL). These
students are great resources for navigating the campus and for answering any questions or concerns.
Our theme this year is Broncos 101: Project Graduation. Our focus is to give you the tools necessary to develop skills in scholarship,
leadership and service so that you may graduate as well-rounded Broncos. What this means is that as a Bronco, we would like
you to succeed academically by always striving for high academic honors, assuming leadership roles and responsibilities by getting
involved in different clubs and organizations, and giving back to your community through dedicated service. Upon arrival, you will
be introduced to the University’s expectations and to your responsibilities as new members of our continued legacy of excellence
here at FSU. It is our anticipation that you, as a selected group of students, will demonstrate high-achieving behaviors and become
future leaders of the world. Broncos 101: Project Graduation will prepare you to become that leader, as long as you take ownership
of your role in becoming active in scholarship, leadership and service.
The Division of Student Affairs offers a supportive and stimulating environment. Class of 2019, you will receive a great deal of
freedom and you are expected to respond respectfully and maturely to the FSU responsibilities and the FSU Student Handbook. We
look forward to greeting you at our New Student Orientation on August 15, 2015. The information provided will introduce you to the
FSU community and provide a tentative schedule of events planned for Freshman Orientation. Be sure to read the enclosed materials
and make note that locations are subject to change. A final schedule of events will be provided upon check-in with additional tools
to help you maneuver the campus. Finally, take note of the Broncos 101 Tips sprinkled throughout the pages, as they exist to aid you
in your journey to overall preparedness and fitness for life here at FSU.
We expect great things from you at FSU and we hope you remain focused and remember that graduation is your ultimate destination
through the challenging, fulfilling and enjoyable years at Fayetteville State University.
Sincerely,
Janice Haynie, Ph.D.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
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You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
Welcome
Greetings to the
Class of 2019
On behalf of the Student Government Association, it is my pleasure to welcome you to
the illustrious Fayetteville State University. It is a great honor to attend such an outstanding
institution and we are thrilled that you have decided to join the Bronco family.
The Student Government Association is a unified body that serves as the voice of the
students; and as your SGA President, it is my job to make certain that the concerns of our
students are met while ensuring that our efforts benefit the entire student body.
In preparation for your journey, you must be reminded that you have matriculated into a system of higher education, and this will
not be an inexpensive expedition; hence, it is imperative that you take advantage of every opportunity that is afforded unto you. As
you embark on this journey, I challenge you to build upon the rich legacy of leadership and excellence here at FSU, never shunning,
always upholding the motto – “RES NON VERBA. DEEDS NOT WORD”
With Bronco Pride,
Candacy L. Bush
Student Government Association President
2015-2016
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
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Welcome
Greetings to the
Class of 2019
Welcome Class of 2019!
I am honored to personally welcome you to this illustrious institution! We are excited that you
have chosen Fayetteville State University to further your education and broaden your perspective!
Stepping foot on Bronco Land is an amazing opportunity for you to start a new chapter in your life
and to pursue your dreams.
Fayetteville State University is an excellent environment to enhance your educational, professional, and personal development. Understand
that it is a blessing to attend this dynamic institution renowned for its academic excellence, vibrant campus life, and commitment to service.
However, you must stay motivated and focused to reach your ultimate goal---graduation!
As you start this new chapter, always have a positive attitude and never let anyone deter you from reaching your dreams. PRESS
through your freshman year and get involved in campus life. Through your involvement you will learn about the values, rich legacy,
and longstanding traditions of Fayetteville State University. These values and traditions will remain with you throughout your
collegiate career and life.
Again, welcome to Fayetteville State University. I look forward to serving with you as we create cherished experiences to be
remembered for generations!
With Bronco Pride,
Jasmine Bogan
Miss Fayetteville State University
2015-2016
Class of 2019:
It is my pleasure to welcome you with open arms, congratulating you on your new profound journey
as remarkable Bronco students.
Starting your upcoming year at this distinguished institution will surely bring you joy, a great college
experience, and the wonderful enlightenment of obtaining a well-earned degree. Attending
Fayetteville State University will truly open doors to later accomplishments and achievements in life.
You will learn more about yourself and how to soar high academically and socially.
Class of 2019, this is your year to shine and to enjoy the full BRONCO Pride experience. Each of you
has tremendous potential, and FSU will help bring out the best in you.
“WELCOME, to F S U!!!”
Sincerely,
William Mobley
Mr. Fayetteville State University
2015-2016
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You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
Welcome
Greetings to the
Class of 2019
Greetings Class of 2019!
You are now an official Fayetteville State University Bronco and I am delighted to serve you as the
Program Director of the Student Activities Council (SAC) during the 2015-2016 academic year. The FSU
Student Activities Council plans, implements, and executes activities and events that will provide you
with everlasting memories and an enjoyable experience during your time here at our beloved University.
Founded in 1994, The Student Activities Council gives students opportunities to create events for our fellow Broncos. Throughout
the year, SAC hosts many activities such as: bowling nights, campus dances, and tailgate parties. We also implement major weeks
such as: Welcome Week, Homecoming, and Rodeo Week in April. Also, the freshman class elects two of their very own to contribute
to student leadership as members of the Student Activities Council, so be sure to apply when the time comes.
As you embark on this new journey of your life, try to make this experience as memorable as possible.
Again, Welcome to the Bronco Family! “Attitude Check! Bronco Pride!”
Sincerely,
Xavier Adams
Student Activities Council Program Director
2014-2016
Greetings Class of 2019!
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the illustrious Fayetteville State University. I am honored
to have the opportunity to serve you as the President of A.U.T.O.S. (Achieving Understanding Towards
Off-Campus Students) and as a fellow Bronco. Your collegiate journey has finally begun. Hard work,
consistency, friendship, and new opportunities are awaiting you, so hang tight and dive into the
college experience.
Your college career will be what you make it. I stayed on campus my freshman year, which taught me a
little of what it’s like to experience campus life and to be independent. Now as a commuting student,
I encourage every Bronco living off campus to get involved with some type of club or organization. If
there isn’t a club/organization that interests you, find the necessary steps to create one. Choose not
to be the student who just goes to class and then directly home. Try venturing around the campus to
network with other Broncos and make every moment count.
I encourage you to join A.U.T.O.S Commuter Student Association and use the organization as a stepping stone to greater opportunities
at Fayetteville State University and in the Fayetteville community. In turn, I will dedicate my time to helping improve your experience
here at FSU
Welcome to Bronco Land!
Destini Clark
AUTOS Commuter Student Association President
2015-2016
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
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Broncos 101: Project Graduation
“Scholarship, Leadership, Service”
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION & WEEK OF WELCOME
2015 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
*A detailed schedule of events to include meeting locations will be distributed during orientation check-in.*
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Saturday,
August 15, 2015
Operation Smooth Move
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Residence Hall Check-in
elcome to your new home. Unload, unpack and settle in. Be sure to take care of any business matters in the Lilly
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Building and visit the Student Center during your appointed time.
Residential Student Move-In Schedule
Last Names A-E:
Check-in Time.............8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Last Names F-K:
Check-in Time...........9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Last Names L-P:
Check-in Time.........10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Last Names Q-Z:
Check-in Time.........11:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Military/Military Affiliated Orientation
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Rudolph Jones Student Center
T his session is designed specifically for Transfer Students who are: US military and/or military affiliated persons
who plan on using either military and/or veteran administration benefits to pay for college. (Military Affiliated
means anyone connected to the military: Active Duty, Airmen, Dependents, Reserve, National Guard and Veterans)
Note: Students who are military affiliated but do not plan to use military and/or veteran administration benefits to pay for college should follow the Orientation schedule as printed.
Commuter Student Orientation
Pam Fisher & Latonya Graham
910-672-2112
Rudolph Jones Student Center
10:00 a.m.
First-time freshmen commuting students will receive information
and resources that will aid in the transition to FSU.
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Transfer Student Orientation
Sarah Calhoun, 910-672-1605
Rudolph Jones Student Center
This session is designed to address questions and
concerns for Transfer students.
10:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
Session I
Session II
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS continued
Saturday, August 15, 2015
Student Life Resources
Rudolph Jones Student Center
ou are required to process through the Rudolph Jones Student Center during your designated time (see below) to
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secure your Bronco ID Card, have admission holds removed, get your mailbox key and take your yearbook picture.
• Bronco ID Card • University College • Post Office • Yearbook •
Commuter, Transfer & Military/Military
Spouses Bronco ID Card Schedule
11:00 a.m.
Commuter, Transfer & Military/Military Dependents
1:00 p.m.
Commuter, Transfer & Military/Military Dependents
Residential Student
Bronco ID Card Schedule
12:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
Last name A-E
Last name F-K
Last name L-P
Last name Q-Z
Business Matters
The following offices will be open from
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for you to conduct business.
Admissions
Ms. Ulisa Bowles
910-672-1371
Student Center
Submit your final high school
transcript, remove admissions holds,
and resolve other Admissions issues.
Health & Immunization
Resources
Ms. Linda Melvin
910-672-1454
Spaulding Building
Submit your student health forms,
immunization records and receive
information on how to waive/
enroll in the student health insurance
plan.
Financial & Registration Parking Decals,
Resources
University Police &
Lilly Building
Public Safety
Speak with staff regarding tuition
and fee payment, class schedule and
financial aid.
• Registrar’s Office, 3rd floor;
910-672-1185 • Financial Aid, 1st floor
910-672-1325
• Cashier’s Office, 2nd floor
910-672-2606
• Federal Perkins Loan, 2nd floor
910-672-1120
• Student Accounts, 2nd floor
910-672-1155
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
Students should report to the Science
and Technology Building, Room 105
for assistance with their network
account username and password
and then proceed to the Mitchell
Building to pick up an FSU parking
decal. University Police only accepts
payment in the form of a check or
money order. If paying by cash,
credit or debit cards, students should
make payment at the Cashier’s Office
located in the Lilly Building on the
2nd floor, and then bring a copy of
the receipt to the University Police &
Public Safety in the Mitchell Building
office for decal pick up.
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS continued
Saturday, August 15, 2015
Commuter, Military & Transfer
Student Textbook Pickup – ONLY
FSU Bookstore, Bronco Square
910-672-1322
(You must have your Bronco ID Card)
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
In order to make textbooks more affordable to our students,
FSU offers a Textbook Rental Program.
This program includes an across the board charge to all students.
Academic Advising (for those who have NOT been advised)
12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Helen T. Chick Building, Room 216
Dr. John Brooks, 910-672-1060
Accuplacer Exam (for students who DID NOT test during First Steps)
2:00 p.m.
Lyons Science Annex Computer Lab
Mr. Alvis Moore, 910-672-1301
Parent Orientation
2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Rudolph Jones Student Center Rm. 242
Mr. Fred Sapp, 910-672-1222
Here at FSU, we recognize that parents play a critical role in the success of our students. The Parent Orientation
Session is a special program just for parents. It is designed to provide key information about the adjustments your
new college student and you will face during the next few years. This session is a valuable means for parents to learn
more about what to expect from the Fayetteville State University experience.
Mandatory
Grand Opening Cook-out (You must have your Bronco ID Card)
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Capel Arena
At our Grand Opening Cook-out new students will have an opportunity to get to know
their fellow students as well as their Orientation Leaders. Orientation Leaders are current
FSU students who assist new students in their transition to college. Your Orientation
Leader will serve as a mentor, guide, and source for information during your first week
at the University.
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You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS continued
Saturday, August 15, 2015
Mandatory (Residential Students Only)
Department of Residence Life Meetings
8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Residence Halls
Get acquainted with your residence hall staff and learn about living in the halls and emergency preparedness procedures.
Freshmen Dance (You must have your Bronco ID Card)
10:00 p.m. - 1:00 a.m.
Lilly Gym
An FSU tradition, the Student Activities Council sponsors the Freshman Dance.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Sunday, August 16, 2015
Brunch in the Cafe (You must have your Bronco ID Card)
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Dining Hall, Rudolph Jones Student Center
Mandatory
Welcoming & Pinning Ceremony
12:30 a.m. Capel Arena
The Welcoming & Pinning Ceremony is a formal induction ceremony where Chancellor James A. Anderson officially
inducts the new class into the Bronco family.
*All students are required to wear black business professional attire (no jeans, spaghetti strap dresses,
shorts, form-fitting clothes, sneakers, boots, hats, doo-rags, etc.).
Residential Freshmen
Student Textbook Pickup
3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
FSU Bookstore, Bronco Square
910-672-1322
(You must have your Bronco ID Card)
Dinner in the Cafe (You must have your Bronco ID Card)
4:00 p.m. -6:00 p.m.
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS continued
Sunday, August 16, 2015
Mandatory
Bronco 101 Sessions
6:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m.
Lyon Science Annex, Science & Technology, Taylor Science Bldgs.
The Bronco 101 Sessions serve as an opportunity for the orientation leaders to teach the incoming class how to become
broncos! New students will learn school history, chants, traditions and more!
Mandatory
Let’s Talk: The Expectation of a Bronco Man and Bronco Woman
8:00 p.m. Rudolph Jones Student Center
“The Bronco Way”-- a term that means unity, positive energy, and loyalty to the University. Miss FSU and Mr. FSU will lead
these interactive discussions designed to help you understand your role in upholding the rich traditions of Fayetteville
State University.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Monday, August 17, 2015
Breakfast (You must have your Bronco ID Card)
7:30 a.m. -8:30 a.m.
Dining Hall, Rudolph Jones Student Center
Mandatory
Concurrent Mini-Workshops
9:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
Lunch in the Cafe (You must have your Bronco ID Card)
12:30 p.m. -2:00 p.m.
Dining Hall, Rudolph Jones Student Center
Mandatory
Orientation Fair
2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Global Scholars and Robert H. Short Scholars Meeting (Invitation Only)
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
School of Business and Economics (SBE), Room 145
Ms. P. Lorraine Jackson, 910-672-2245
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You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS continued
Monday, August 17, 2015
Dinner in the Cafe (You must have your Bronco ID Card)
4:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m.
Dining Hall, Rudolph Jones Student Center
Mandatory
Bronco Spirit Night Attitude Check! Bronco Pride!
8:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m.
Capel Arena Bronco Spirit comes alive as you celebrate & experience what it means to be a Fayetteville State University Bronco.
Come out and meet our football, volleyball, and bowling teams, as well as our sensational cheerleaders, magnificent
marching band, and dynamic fraternities and sororities as they entertain you during our traditional Bronco Spirit Night!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
FIRST DAY OF CLASS!
CLASSES BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 8:00 A.M.
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO BE PRESENT FOR THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS!!!
(You must have your Bronco ID Card)
Regular Dining Hall Hours Resume
(You must have your Bronco ID Card)
Monday through Friday
BREAKFAST
LUNCH
DINNER
7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
BRUNCH 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
DINNER 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Mandatory
African American Dance Ensemble (Must have Bronco ID Card to be admitted)
8:00 p.m.
Seabrook Auditorium
Come watch a spectacular show that celebrates culture!
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Mandatory
Movie Under the Stars (Must have Bronco ID Card to be admitted)
8:00 p.m.
The Quad (Rainsite: Lilly Gym)
Bring your blankets and lawn chairs for a comfy movie under the night sky!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Thursday, August 20, 2015
Mandatory
Comedy Show (Must have Bronco ID Card to be admitted)
8:00 p.m.
Seabrook Auditorium
Come and enjoy some good laughs after your first week of classes!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, August 21, 2015
Mandatory
QuadFest (Must have Bronco ID Card to be admitted)
The Quad (Rainsite: Lilly Gym)
6:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m.
Have fun at our annual Block Party to celebrate the new year! Enjoy rides, live music, food, and prizes.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Saturday, August 22, 2015
Campus Dance (Must have Bronco ID Card to be admitted)
10:00 p.m. -2:00 a.m.
Capel Arena
$2 -- FSU Students w/ Bronco ID card.
$5 – College Students with valid college ID
An FSU Tradition, the Student Activities Council sponsors the official back-to-school jam.
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You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
You are required to have your Bronco One Card (Student ID Card) with you at all times.
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Directory
Directory of important Orientation Numbers
Admissions................................................................................................ 800-222-2594
Aramark Dining Services.......................................................................... 910-672-1039
Bookstore.................................................................................................. 910-672-1322
Bronco Card............................................................................................... 910-672-1762
910-672-2310
Career Services.......................................................................................... 910-672-1205
Commuter Student Services..................................................................... 910-672-2112
Division of Student Affairs....................................................................... 910-672-1201
Financial Aid.............................................................................................. 910-672-1325
FSU Mail Center......................................................................................... 910-672-1123
Health Services.......................................................................................... 910-672-1454
Military Education..................................................................................... 910-672-2961
Police & Public Safety............................................................................... 910-672-1341
Registrar’s Office....................................................................................... 910-672-1185
Residence Life............................................................................................ 888-539-1616
910-672-1284
Student Accounts...................................................................................... 910-672-1155
Student Engagement............................................................................... .910-672-1166
Student Veterans Center.......................................................................... 910-672-1628
Transfer Student Information.................................................................. 910-672-1605
University College.................................................................................... .910-672-1060
University Testing..................................................................................... 910-672-1301
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