There is always something to do at FAU. Whether you are cheering for any of the 19 varsity teams or getting involved with any of the more than 300 student organizations, there is something for everyone. FAU’s organizations reflect the diversity of its student body, from ice hockey to kite boarding to Greek life. For more information, visit www.fau.edu/sil
What is there to do on campus?
You can get involved in a wide variety of activities, including:
- Academic honor societies
- Special interest organizations
- Greek social organizations
- Professional associations
- Religious organizations
- Student Government Association
- Student media
- Theatre and dance
- Sporting events
- Relaxing by the pool
- Grabbing a bite at one of several campus food courts
- Playing a game of volleyball
- Catching a movie at the on-campus theatre
- Taking a fitness class at the state-of-the-art campus recreation center
- Participating in club sports, such as roller hockey, water polo and Quidditch
To learn more visit www.fau.edu/involvement
Living and Learning
Outside the classroom, hundreds of student activities from fraternities and sororities to pre-professional student associations enrich the learning experience and nurture relationships that last a lifetime. While there is no substitute for the dynamic synergy created in the classroom, FAU faculty and students seek out real-word experiences that enhance the classroom experience, such as internships, hands-on research and study-abroad opportunities.
Each year hundreds of students participate in FAU-approved study abroad programs around the world. Students can study overseas for a semester, an academic year or during the shorter summer sessions or periods between sessions. Study abroad is open to all majors, and students earn academic credit toward their degrees. Popular destinations for FAU students include Ecuador, Italy, France, Greece, Japan and Spain. For general information on the range of international education activities at FAU please contact the Office of International Programs at www.fau.edu/goabroad.
FAU offers many housing choices, and living on campus is one of the best ways to get connected at the University. Freshmen have the option of living in Glades Park Towers, Heritage Park Towers, Indian River Towers or Parliament Hall, a new 614-bed residence hall. Upper-division students have the option of living in apartment-style residences on campus. For more information, visit www.fau.edu/housing.
The Learning Community program at FAU offers incoming freshmen the unique and engaging opportunity to take classes with other incoming freshmen who have similar academic goals and interests. Students enroll in a common block of courses in fields or interests that include arts and letters, business, education, engineering, exercise science, leadership, pre-health professions, and science, just to name a few. Students living on or off-campus have over 20 communities to choose from each year. To learn more, visit www.fau.edu/learningcommunity.
For more information visit www.fau.edu/admissions/studentlife.php