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  • University Marketing and Communication
    13 Volume 12 Volume 11 Volume 10 Volume 9 Volume 8 Volume 7 Volume 6 Volume 5 Volume 4 Volume 3 Volume 2 Volume 1 Photo Release Form FGCU Fast Facts Visual Identity Guidelines Logo Usage Social Media Social Networking at FGCU FGCU YouTube Channel Related Links Board of Trustees President Wilson G Bradshaw FGCU Athletics FGCU Campus Tour Home FGCU University Marketing and Communications formerly Community Relations and Marketing supports the university by building awareness of the research scholarship programs and activities taking place at FGCU and their relevance to the lives of people in the community The office offers creative support to the University in the marketing of its educational programs and outreach efforts with planning consulting and strategic marketing services These include proofreading editing writing design and consultation Our responsibilities include effectively communicating key institutional messages in a clear and consistent manner and increasing the visibility and image of FGCU as a quality institution In addition to producing and disseminating hundreds of news releases per year the department produces FGCU Perspectives a monthly television show designed to highlight the relevance of FGCU research and scholarship to the lives of the public The University s community magazine Pinnacle

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CRM/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Office of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement
    We Can Do for You Service Learning Is Preparing Students Design Your Service Learning Course Essential Elements Professional Development Resources Community Agency Profiles Related Links American Democracy Project FGCU Cares Office of Undergraduate Studies Contact Us Library 4th Floor Room 458 239 590 7015 ServiceLearning fgcu edu Service Learning Fair Friday January 22 2016 10a 2p Cohen Center Applications for Excellence in Civic Engagement Stole Saturday April 2 2016 Spring 2016 deadline for seniors turning in service hours Friday April 15th WELCOME to the EaglesConnect Web site Our site is designed to provide information and to answer questions students faculty and our community partners have about service learning Let us know how we can assist you further and if you re nearby we invite you to stop by our office in Room 458 of the FGCU Library The form to document your service hours is available online There is no hard copy form available Access the service learning form The agency listed on the form must be nonprofit not for profit or a governmental organization Over 300 pre approved agencies are listed in the Service Learning Database Click the link to find an approved nonprofit agency Please visit our FAQ

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/connect/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Eagle ID
    Card Manage Your Eagle ID Using Your Eagle ID Add Value to Your Card Eagle Dollars vs Dining Dollars Lost Stolen or Damaged Card Responsibilities ID Card Terms Conditions Card Policy Terms and Conditions Meal Plan Resources Forms Frequently Asked Questions Contact Us Related Links Alico Arena Aquatics Center Athletics Campus Recreation Eagle Dining Library University Bookstore Contact Information Eagle ID Card Office Florida Gulf Coast University 10501 FGCU Blvd

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/EagleID/comparingdollars.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Undergraduate Admissions - Prospective Students
    Home Schooled Students International Students International Students Admission Requirements International Students Application Process Financial Forms Visa Clearance Form Estimated Expenses for International Students International FAQ Non Degree Students Parents Parents FAQ Request Information Returning Students Returning Students Application Process Second Bachelor s Degree Second Bachelor s Degree Admission Requirements Second Bachelor s Degree Admission Process Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes Transfer Students Transfer Admission Requirements Transfer Admission Process Foreign language Requirement Florida Residency for Tuition Purposes FGCU Admissions Qualifying Program with Florida SouthWestern State College SCF 2 2 Program Information About Requesting Information Majors Honors Program Visiting Campus Schedule a Visit Eagle Expo Open House Driving Directions to FGCU Main Campus Campus Map Tour Evaluation Local Hotels Closest Local Hotels Entire List Sugden Welcome Center Welcome Center Team Open House College Fairs and Recruiting Community Outreach Admissions Scholarships Waivers What To Do On Campus What To Do Off Campus Housing Admissions Forms Admissions Publications Admissions Staff Contact Us Related Links Step 2 Applicants Step 3 Admitted Contact Information Undergraduate Admissions Howard Hall main floor 10501 FGCU Boulevard South Fort Myers Florida 33965 6565 239 590 7878 888 889 1095 admissions fgcu edu Campus Map Pictorial Map of the FGCU Campus

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/Admissions/Prospective/campusmap.html (2016-02-07)
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  • FGCU Graduation
    00 PM SPRING 2016 GRADUATES Alico Arena FGCU Main Campus Sunday May 1 2016 IMPORTANT DEADLINES Dates Description September 1 2015 Starting at 10AM and ending January 15 2016 at 5PM Deadline to Apply to Graduate Required submission via GULFLINE Monday January 25 2016 begins at 10AM First day to RSVP Candidates can reserve up to 6 tickets Friday February 5 2016 deadline 5PM Last day to RSVP for commencement Monday April 4 20116 Tickets will be available for Pick up at the Alico Arena Box Office Mon Fri 10AM 5PM Friday April 29 2015 deadline 5PM Last day to pick up commencement tickets at Alico Arena Box Office Sunday May 1 2016 Times TBA Spring 2016 Commencement SPRING 2016 COMMENCEMENT SUNDAY MAY 1 2016 Time Time Time TBA TBA TBA Doors open for guests Doors open for guests Doors open for guests IMPORTANT LINKS Need Special Assistance Disability Seating for Commencement If you need to request an accommodation due to a disability please contact Adaptive Services at 239 590 7956 or by e mail at adaptive fgcu edu Please be advised that accessible seating is limited A request for accessible seating does not guarantee a preferred seat Reasonable accommodations

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/Graduation/commencement-deadlines.html (2016-02-07)
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  • Campus Recreation
    Sports Outdoor Pursuits Sport Clubs Related Resources Division of Student Affairs Office of Student Involvement Student Government Loading View All Announcements Operating Hours for Saturday Aquatics Center 10am 6pm Recreation Center 10am 8pm SoVi Pool 12pm 5pm Waterfront 12pm 5pm View Adjusted Hours Closures Here View All Hours Hand Scanners Campus Recreation has biometric hand scanners for the Rec Center and Aquatics Center so you don t need your Eagle

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CampusRec/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    a Workshop Peer Academic Leader PAL Program PAL Mentor Position Be a PAL Meet Our Peer Academic Leaders Supplemental Instruction Supplemental Instruction SI for Faculty SI Schedules Instructional Support Tutoring Lab Schedules Student Employment Opportunities Instructional Support Leaders Peer Academic Leaders Parent Resources Faculty Resources Contact Information Related Links Admissions Advisors Cashier s Office Eagle ID Eagle Orientation Financial Aid Food Meal Plan Help Desk Office of Undergraduate Studies Parking Services University Police Registrar Service Learning Wellness Center Writing Center Colleges and School Advisors College of Arts and Sciences College of Education College of Health Professions and Social Work College of Professional Studies Lutgert College of Business Whitaker School of Engineering Center for Academic Achievement Library 103 239 590 7906 caa fgcu edu Center for Academic Achievement Our Mission The Center for Academic Achievement empowers students to engage in transformative opportunities that foster a mindful commitment to success and life long learning Our Vision The Center for Academic Achievement strives to be recognized as a learning center that promotes student success retention and persistence to graduation Through collaboration with campus and community partners we will promote innovative programs and services that empower students in their pursuit of goals and life

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/caa/ (2016-02-07)
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  • Center for Academic Achievement
    google account so you always know when and where to go What is Supplemental Instruction SI Supplemental Instruction SI is a proactive program designed to help students refine the study skills that are essential to learning more and earning better grades Participation in SI leads to higher retention increased graduation rates better GPA s more students pursuing post baccalaureate studies and more satisfied students and alumni SI targets historically difficult courses where either 1 3 or more of the students typically earn a D F withdraw or have a high degree of repeating students These courses are commonly though not exclusively introductory courses that large numbers of students take during their freshman and sophomore years Subjects Typically lower level mathematics and science courses are covered However the CAA has and does cover other student request courses when possible Since we have a large and varied knowledge base we are able to offer SI help in a number of different subject areas However our talent base is continually changing as students graduate and there may be semesters when we are unable to offer SI help in a particular subject Please check our SI schedule each semester for courses that have an SI component What are the benefits of Supplemental Instruction SI SI program enhances conventional classroom work Students who regularly attend SI sessions have been found to improve their class performance by a full grade Students will have the opportunity to work collaboratively in groups to better understand course material SI has proven to increase learning speed and high level cognitive learning methods The study skills you learn in SI will help you earn higher grades in your other courses How does SI work The SI sessions are led by an SI leader who schedules at least two SI sessions each

    Original URL path: http://www.fgcu.edu/CAA/si.html (2016-02-07)
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