Boca Raton Council of Student Organizations (COSO)
The mission of Boca Raton COSO is to provide an opportunity for students with common interests to form membership groups, provide educational experiences, and practical knowledge of self-government. Boca Raton COSO guides student clubs and organizations through the policies and procedures necessary to establish and maintain registered clubs and organizations and provides a communication link between students and organizations on campus.
Boca Raton Program Board
Program Board is a program of Boca Raton Student Government that coordinates and promotes campus activities to enhance student life. From concerts to poetry slams to other special events, Program Board takes learning beyond the classroom. Its mission is to provide educational and social activities that will enrich the college experience for students on the Boca Raton Campus.
The NightOwls program is a student run evening escort service. FAU students who need a ride to or from class, the library, residence halls, parking lots, or any other location on the Boca Raton Campus can call the NightOwls for a free ride. NightOwls operate from 7-11 pm, Monday-Friday. Call (561) 297-6695 for a ride!
Multicultural Programming (MP)
MP is the multicultural programming arm of Boca Raton Student Government. MP sponsors speakers, artists, concerts, and cultural history month programming.
Boca Raton Students Advocating Volunteer Involvement (SAVI)
Getting the college experience not only involves going to class and participating in events, it is also about volunteering. What better way to get involved than to give back. SAVI has continuous drives such as blood, toys, and clothing drives. We host volunteer opportunities for those students who are eager to give back to the community and help those in need.
Peer Education Team (P.E.T.)
The Peer Education Team is an HIV/AIDS awareness program managed by students and advised by Today and Beyond Wellness. They program throughout the year providing education on how to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Boca Raton Graduate Council (BRGC), a member of the University-wide Graduate Student Association
Graduate Students have distinctive needs which the BRGC strives to meet. Graduate students are as diverse as the degrees offered on the Boca Raton campus. The BRGC aims to offer programs that are targeted to fulfill Boca Raton graduate students' needs from graduate orientations, to lectures, to networking and social events, and more.
Interfaith Programming (IP) is charged with the responsibility to create and enrich spiritual unity through interfaith programming and present and emphasize spiritual achievements on the Boca Raton Campus.