FAU Davie Campus
Students have all of the services they require for career counseling, wellness, testing and evaluation, tutoring, health services, student government and financial aid, among others. Like a small college within a large university, the Davie Campus is seen as a "model" branch campus for the state of Florida and the nation.
The Teaching and Leadership Center is a joint collaborative initiative of FAU, Broward College and the School Board of Broward County in an effort to meet the challenges of attracting, developing and retaining qualiﬁed educators for the schools within these communities. The center’s goals include expanding the pool of mid-career professionals and recent college graduates to teach in Broward County's schools. This particular project streamlines the district's hiring, placement and new staff support systems for alternative certiﬁcation candidates by creating a one stop center for all candidates seeking information, training and support.
The Center for Environmental Studies (CES) was established in 1994 as a research center to facilitate and coordinate environmental research and education in the water dominated ecosystems of Florida. The CES moved to the Davie Campus in the fall of 2014.
The Florida Public Archaeology Network's mission is to promote and facilitate the conservation, study and public understanding of Florida's archaeological heritage by way of regional centers including the Southeast and Southwest centers hosted at Florida Atlantic University. These grant-funded regional centers provide out-reach, education, and guidance on archaeological issues to visitors, students, local citizens, and public officials. Each year FPAN at FAU contacts over 10,000 people through classes, lectures, trainings, and participation in public events with a goal of protecting Florida’s past for Florida’s future.