Student Services

Office Description

Traditions Plaza

From textbooks to spirit apparel and technology to tissues, you can find everything you need at the FAU bookstore or shop on-line and have your purchases delivered to your door.

Fraternity and Sorority Life
UN-31 rm.218

Fraternity & Sorority Life exists to provide students with the knowledge and opportunities to lead principled lives.

Graduate & Professional Student Association
UN-31, rm. 234

The Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA) represent FAU's graduate and professional student population.

Housing and Residential Education
Building 46

The Department of Housing and Residential Education strives to educate students outside of the classroom to provide them with a collegiate experience that better prepares them for a pluralistic society.

Global Student Success Program
Global Engagement Center

Navitas is a leading global education provider that offers an extensive range of educational services through three major Divisions to students and professionals including university programs, creative media education, professional education, English language training and settlement services.

Office of the Associate Vice President and Dean of Students
SS-8 rm. 226

Office of the Associate Vice President and Dean of Students exists to assist students in achieving their educational goals by offering assistance with academic matters, health and well-being, leadership and student development with respect and individualized attention.

Center for Inclusion, Diversity Education, and Advocacy (IDEAs)
UN-31 rm. 206

The Center for Inclusion, Diversity Education, and Advocacy (IDEAs) promotes the academic and personal growth of traditionally underserved students. The office collaborates with the campus community to create an institutional and community climate of social justice.

Owls Care Health Promotion
SS-8 rm. 222

Owls Care Health Promotion provides support and resources to help FAU students care for themselves, their peers, and their university community. The office offers free one-on-one consultations in all areas of wellness, presentations/workshops on a variety of health related topics, and wellness services including free HIV testing and smoking cessation classes.

OWL Card
UN-31, rm. 172, Sugar Palm (Conference Center)

All students are required to obtain an OWL Card, as it serves as your official photo identification, debit card, 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.

Parent/Family Programs & Student Affairs Development
SS-8 rm. 228B

The Office of Parent/ Family Programs & Student Affairs Development fosters the relationship between the university and the parents of our students while supporting student success.

Police Department

The FAU Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency which provides 24-hour protection and services to the University.

Student Government
UN-31 rm. 218

Student Government provides effective representation in the students' best interests, promotes general welfare, ensures the continuation of self-governance, and upholds the principles of the Constitution and laws of the United States of America and of the State of Florida.

Student Health Services
SS-8W rm. 240

Student Health services provide the best in class accredited medical care to registered FAU students. Dental services are also available.

Weppner Center for LEAD & Service-Learning
SS-8 rm.224

Lead & Serve at FAU is committed to providing an atmosphere that fosters learning, personal growth, and exploration of individual and group leadership skills.

Wimberly Library

Available for all study needs. Students are able to check out books, and use library resources.

 Last Modified 2/28/19