Upcoming Events

 

Spring 2014 

January 9         Open House: ICP, LGBT Resource Center, AASU, ASIA & LASO

                               ( ICP Lounge 58E/1001; noon - 1:00pm )   

                                   Meet the staff and get informed of upcoming events and involvement opportunities. 

January 23       Lecture by artist Elizabeth Brown Eagle

                               ( Lufrano Gallery; 1:00pm )     

January 24       Opening Reception: Visions of Grace

                               ( Lufrano Gallery; 5:00 - 8:00 pm )

                                  Work by: Elizabeth Brown Eagle. Exhibit dates: January 14 – March 2

January 30       United Way Kick-Off Breakfast  

                               ( Student Union 58E/Ballrooms; 8:30 - 10:30 am )

Feburary 7       United Way Kick-Off Luncheon

                                 ( Hick’s Hall Building 53 Room 1200; noon )

Feburary 27     Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Luncheon

                               ( Adam W. Herbert University Center Banquet Hall; noon - 1:00pm )

April 3              Opening Reception: Art and Design Senior Exhibition

                              ( Lufrano Gallery )

April 8              Asian American Heritage Celebration

                               ( Osprey Plaza; 10 am - 2 pm )                                                                                                                                                  

                                   Showcase of Asian American Culture          

 

June 7- July 19     Special Summer Graduate Program (SSGP)     

                                      ( on Saturdays )

Students (there are limited spaces for Summer A and Summer B) will prepare themselves for UNF graduate school in the SSGP program this summer. They will pursue studies in APA writing skills, computer use reviews, statistics and research methods. They will also attend motivational presentations, diversity training, orientation programs, and library tours.          

 

June 9 - June 25   Quest

Quality for the Ultimate Educational Success Today   

PROJECT QUEST gives students an opportunity to explore the University before beginning their freshman year. PROJECT QUEST students participate in a two and a half weeks, noncredit program that provides intensive orientation to the University and academic skills essential to college success. All students who are chosen to participate in QUEST for excellence will be awarded a scholarship, provided they meet all of the necessary requirement

 

June 12                 Opening Reception: Anthony Whiting Exhibit     


                                     ( Lufrano Gallery )

 

 Summer Events will be coming soon