FAU Student News

Monday, June 18, 2018
Vol. 5 | Issue 38
 

FAU Student News

Your weekly source for important dates, events, and announcements.


FAU WOW Weeks of Welcome

Weeks of Welcome: June 22 - 29

Jump into the FAU experience for summer Weeks of Welcome (WOW). Events will be happening between Friday, June 22 through Friday, June 29. During WOW, you will learn more about FAU and make new friends. Learn more about the events for Weeks of Welcome by visiting the WOW website.


Owl Aboard Saturday

The FAU community is here to serve you in order for you to start the semester strong. Join us as multiple offices will be open for students this Saturday, June 23. For a list of offices that will be open, visit the Owl Aboard Saturday website.


SPOT Summer 2018 Term 2

SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Friday, June 15 at 12:01 a.m. SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the end of each semester to help evaluate the quality of instruction and improve the university's education standards. The deadline for completion is Thursday, June 21, at 11:59 p.m. (This is for Summer 2018 Term 2 only. The SPOT for 2018 Summer Term 1 and 3 will begin July 31).


FAU Alcohol Policy

Per the Drug Free Schools and Campuses Regulations, it is required that each faculty, staff, and student at FAU be provided with and given access to the FAU Alcohol Policy. Please take the time to read and familiarize yourself with the policy and additional information associated with alcohol use here at FAU. Alcohol affects individuals in many ways-whether or not they choose to drink. If you are having some challenges with alcohol, the university has resources available for faculty, staff, and students. These resources are listed in the FAU Alcohol Policy and we encourage you to utilize these resources as needed. Please take some time to read the policy here.


Need a Job?

Find out if you are eligible for Work-Study.

What is Work-Study? Work-Study is a needs-based federally funded part-time employment program, that allows eligible students to earn money, rather than borrow, to help pay for education expenses. Some benefits of the Work-Study Program include;

  • Assistance with finding paid-work on campus
  • Bi-weekly paychecks
  • Hands-on experience
  • Flexible schedule
  • Competitive pay rates
  • Support and counseling from the Work-Study Coordinator

To learn more about the Federal Work-Study program and the eligibility requirements visit, the Work-Study webpage or contact Cassandre Mathurin.