Campus Recreation: The mission of Campus Recreation is to enhance the quality of life for the Florida Atlantic University community by encouraging active and balanced lifestyles and to facilitate student learning through participation in Campus Recreation programs, services and facilities.

Military & Veterans Affairs:  The mission of Military & Veterans Affairs is to assist students with transitioning from service to scholar. Florida Atlantic University supports our military and veteran students. The Military & Veterans Affairs office is dedicated to providing you with the tools and resources to be a successful student.

Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life: The FAU Fraternity & Sorority community provides a safe, fun environment that fosters lifelong relationships and develops leaders & scholars who provide service for the University and surrounding community.

Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs: The office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs seeks to enhance the academic success and personal development of the diverse student population at Florida Atlantic University.  It offers programs and services in the areas of retention, academic support services, diversity awareness and multicultural programming.

 New Student Orientation: Mandatory orientation programs are held prior to the start of each term for all degree-seeking first time-in-college and transfer students who are new to the University.  The purpose of New Student Orientation is to provide programs and services that facilitate the transition of new students into the institution, prepare new students for the institution's educational opportunities and initiate the integration of new students into the campus community. 

Office of Student Conduct: The Office of Student Conduct provides and helps maintain an atmosphere within the University community that is conducive to academic pursuits.  Serious action against a student, such as separation, is considered and invoked only when other remedies fail to meet the needs of the University's mission.

Office of Student Government: Student Government is the representative body of the students at the University.  The chief purpose of Student Government is to provide various programs and services for FAU students.

A&S Accounting and Budgeting Office : The A&S Accounting and Budget Office(ASAB) is a team of professional accountants within the department of Student Government. The ASAB is also responsible for fiscal management training for Student Government leaders and provides guidance to registered student clubs and organizations.

Office of Student Media: Student Media includes OWL TV, OWL Radio and the University Press. Run by students for students the outlets provide a chance to gain real world experience in print journalism, television and radio broadcast production. Student media plays an integral role at FAU by covering a wide range of events and programs. Led by professional advisors, involved students can acquire experience that can't be found in a classroom. In addition to building resumes, student media offers a wide range of paid positions that allow students to focus on their academics while also committing time to producing materials and building portfolios.

Office of Student Union: The Student Union is the community center for all members of the Florida Atlantic University campus including students, faculty, and staff and visitors.  The Student Union provides a central place for students and others to spend time learning, socializing and relaxing while feeling more closely connected to the campus.

Upward Bound:   For prospective students still in high school, we encourage you to get involved with our Upward Bound. This program targets academic excellence and college preparation with assistance in finding financial aid, scholarships, and tutors.

Student Involvement: The office of Student Involvement encourages student growth through group involvement, facilitates leadership development and meaningful and purposeful participation.  Planning, coordination, and implementation of quality out of class programs, services, and activities contribute to the quality of the University community.

Weppner Center for Civic Engagement & Services: The Weppner Center for Civic Engagement and Service (CCES) mission is to develop partnerships between the university and community; provide service opportunities to faculty, staff and students; and to promote the link between curriculum and civic awareness. The vision of the CCES is to foster future leaders through civic responsibility and community service.

 Last Modified 11/24/14