Be #OWLREADY before the first day of classes!
june 24

Saturday, June 24, 2017
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.



Owl Card Center

The OWL Card is a gateway to retail and services at Florida Atlantic University. All students are required to obtain one, as it serves as your official photo identification, Owl Bucks card, library card, residence hall building key, meal card for those who have meal plans, and your ticket to many FAU events, including sporting events. You will need to present your OWL card to receive the benefits of the many services offered at FAU. The OWL card is also recommended for FAU faculty and staff.

Student Union - Suite 128
561-297-2700

Saturday: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m


University Registrar

The Office of the University Registrar is available to assist you with:

  • Checking your schedule of classes and how to drop and add courses;
  • The submission or resubmission of a Consent to Release Student Record Information ( FERPA) form; and
  • Verify Florida residency classification for tuition purposes and steps necessary to submit for reclassification, if warranted.

Student Support Services - Suite 145
561-297-3050
fau.edu/registrar


Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Aid will be available to assist with the following:
  • Inform you on the status of financial aid requirements
  • Advise on how to accept award offer
  • Answer questions about disbursement of aid
  • Provide options for additional funding if needed

Financial Aid office is located inStudent Support Services - Suite 233
561-297-3530
fau.edu/finaid


Undergraduate Admissions

Get any lingering admission questions answered.
Student Support Services-Suite 117
561-297-3040
fau.edu/admissions/

Newly admitted students should make sure they:

  • Deliver final high school transcripts to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions
  • If they need residency classification, complete residency form and bring supporting documents. Information is available at:fau.edu/registrar/residency/home.php

Parking

Need Help Obtaining Your Permit?

All permits are to be obtained online. However, if anyone is in need of assistance or directionwe will be fully staffed and have computers and printers to support anyone who needs clarity or direction. All registered students are eligible for a permit… Anyone parking on campus is REQUIRED to have a permit.Citations for No Permit are $25. Don’t let this happen to you.

Student Support Services - Lobby
561-297-2771
fau.edu/parking


Immunizations

Incoming Students - Proof of immunization is required prior to registration.

The Immunization Office is open to help students navigate this process. FAU may have received some immunization information electronically if you have attended a Florida public high school. In addition, you will need to complete the FAU Immunization Form and provide any missing information. You may use MyHealth Web Portal to view your current immunization records.

Student Support Services - Suite 114
561-297-0048
fau.edu/shs


Tuition and Billing Services

Fee payment information can be found atfau.edu/controller/student_information/pdfs/fee_bulletin.pdf

Student Support Services - Suite 130
561-297-6101


International Services

All international students who are starting in Summer or Fall 2016 must sign up for the check-in process. For Check-in details go to /international/prospective/Orientation_Checkin.php. The location for check in is in the IS office, and the process takes approximately 15-20 min.

Gladys Center Pavilion BLDG 49
561-297-3049
fau.edu/international/ MAP to IS


The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs

Student Support Services - Suite 215
561-297-3988
fau.edu/student/


Military and Veteran Services Center

Promotes activities and programs intended to enhance military and veteran student success. Stop by the Student Union and get connected to this wonderful resource.

Student Union - First Floor
561-297-1250
fau.edu/finaid/getting-started/veterans.php


Career Center

Meet with a career counselor to learn about the comprehensive services available to you at the Career Center, as well as get all your questions answered about Major KnOWLedge.

Student Support Services - Suite 220
561-297-3533
fau.edu/career/


Student Accessibility Services

SAS provides comprehensive academic support services including advocacy, academic accommodations, Assistive Technology equipment/software training, Assistive Technology Computer Lab, Learning Strategies training, and an active student organization. SAS has offices across three of FAU's campuses – Boca Raton, Davie, and Jupiter; however, disability services are available for students attending any of the six FAU campuses. Students can stop by the SAS office to apply for services (application and documentation can be submitted), inquire about possible services, tour the Assistive Technology Resource Center and testing facilities.

Student Support Services - Suite 133
561-297-3880
fau.edu/sas/


New Student Orientation

Need help navigating the start of the semester. Stop by and let us help you develop a plan and get referrals to key offices.

Student Union - Suite 214
561-297-2733
fau.edu/orientation/


Transfer Student Services Center

Transfer Student Services (TSS) assists transfer students with navigating the academic and cultural landscape of the university. We serve students who transfer to Florida Atlantic University from other institutions. Our programs and services focus on supporting a successful transition, building connection and community, and assisting students as they pursue their academic and career goals. The center also plays a key role in campus outreach and recruitment through yield events and participation in programs involving Florida State Colleges.

Student Support Services Building – Suite 214
561-297-2733
Transfer Student Services Center website


University Advising Services:

Make sure you are registered for 12 hours or more! First/second year and undecided students course scheduling and advising on Saturday, August 20. Check-out our webpage for our full range of services.

Student Support Services - Suite 201
561-297-3064
fau.edu/uas/


Graduate College

Stop by and visit us in the Lobby of the Student Union 11 a.m. - Noon to have basic admissions questions answered and pick up materials available here on our Graduate Programs at FAU.

Student Support Services - Suite 101
561-297-3624
fau.edu/graduate


Transfer Student Orientation and Advising – Pre-registration required

The following colleges are offering orientation advising to students pre-registered for the August 20 transfer orientation session. Please click on the follow link for more information about reserving a seat in an orientation session.fau.edu/transfer/


Charles E. Schmidt College of Science

Science Building, Room 308
561-297-3700

science.fau.edu/student_services/index.php


College of Engineering

Engineering East Building, Room 102
561-297-2780
dessa.fau.edu/


College of Education

College of Education Building, Room 230
561-297-3570
coe.fau.edu/students/oass/


College for Design and Social Inquiry

Social Sciences Building
561-297-2316
fau.edu/cdsi/advising/


College of Business

Fleming West, Room 102
561-297-3688
business.fau.edu/undergraduate/current-students/


Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters

Arts and Humanities Building, Room 213
561-297-3800
fau.edu/artsandlettersadvising/


Recreation and Fitness Center

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Sunday: Noon - 8 p.m.

fau.edu/campusrec/


Housing

Saturday: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Sunday: Noon - 4 p.m.

fau.edu/housing/


Student Union

Saturday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Sunday: Noon - 4 p.m.

fau.edu/studentunion/


Bookstore

The Florida Atlantic University Bookstore proudly offers all of your textbooks, school supplies and FAU merchandise.

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Sunday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

fau.bncollege.com


Wimberly Library

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Sunday: Noon - Midnight

fau.edu/library/




Be #OWLREADY before the first day of classes!
Aug. 19

Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017
11 a.m. – 3 p.m.


Details coming shortly

 Last Modified 6/24/17