Urban and Regional Planning has joined the FAU College of Science. Academic program requirements and advising will transition as follows:
2020 Summer Graduation – Urban and Regional Planning students will graduate from the College for Design and Social Inquiry. Submit an application for degree to the College for Design and Social Inquiry Office for Academic and Student Services.
2020 Fall Graduation – Urban and Regional Planning students will graduate from the College of Science; however, submit an application for a degree to the College for Design and Social Inquiry Office for Academic and Student Services.
2020 Fall Admission to Urban and Regional Planning – Beginning this term, and going forward, students will be assigned an Urban and Regional Planning advisor by the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science.
FAU is providing students the option to select Pass/Fail grading for the Spring 2020 semester. Rather than receiving a letter grade in a course, students can choose Pass or Fail grading for a specific course. Click here for Pass/Fail Grading information for Pre-Health Professions programs. Here is what you need to know:
Students can opt-in for the Pass/Fail grading from April 8-April 22, 2020.
Office of Undergraduate Studies: Guidance for Undergraduate Students in Selecting the Pass/Fail Option for Spring 2020 Classes.
If you select the Pass/Fail grading option and receive a D- or above in a course, you will receive a Pass.
If you select the Pass/Fail grading option and receive an F in a course, you will receive a Fail.
Students in Gordon Rule writing and math courses will not have the option to choose Pass/Fail grading.
Some minors and programs outside of the College of Science will not accept Pass/Fail grading. Please contact that college directly for details.
If you choose Pass/Fail grading for a course that is a prerequisite and receive a Pass, it will not prevent you from registering for future courses that require that course.
As the “P” grade does not calculate into the GPA, any course will you select to be changed and in which you earn a “P”, will not count in your GPA; a “F” grade will still count in your GPA.
If you choose to receive a letter grade, that course grade will be calculated into your GPA. Please research carefully before making your choice. For example, Pre-Health Professional programs and graduate programs may require a letter grade and not Pass/Fail grading
Please reach out to your academic advisor by scheduling an appointment in the Success Network if you have any questions.
Our primary mission is to be a source of academic support for students. The Science Advising Services Office assists science majors in the following ways:
• New transfer student advising
• Freshman advising for students planning a career in the health professions
• Advising for course selection and degree completion, advising for students encountering academic difficulty
• Referrals for helpful on-campus support services
The Spring 2020 Certified Nursing Test Prep Course is postponed until further notice. For more information, please contact email@example.com .
Exercise Science and Health Promotion has joined FAU College of Science. Academic program requirements and advising will transition as follows:
High achieving undergraduate students had the opportunity to meet with College of Science Dean, college leadership, faculty and members of the academic affairs team at the Soar-in-4 Scholars luncheon. The students will work closely with the Academic Affairs team through the program. Students also had the opportunity to connect with fellow Soar-in-4 peers.
The Science Advising Services and Pre-Health Professions Office are both
located on the Boca Raton campus in the Science (SE) Building, Room 308.
Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm, by appointment
Boca Student Services Office (561) 297-3700
Pre-Health Professions Office (561) 297-3307
Davie Campus Student Services Office