MyFisher is designed to provide currently enrolled FSOA students with policies, procedures, and events unique to the School. It provides basic information needed to develop a plan of study, but is not designed to replace academic advising. Students seeking admission requirements for our degree programs should visit each program section of the website.
- Friday, September 2, by 3:30pm: Fall Fee Payments due at the University Bursar
Monday August 29th, 9:00am-11:00am: Please stop by the Gleim Atrium for a Welcome Back Breakfast with Cherry Bekaert. Enjoy some doughnuts as you meet associates from Cherry Bekaert and learn more about Internship opportunities and their Summer Leadership Program!
Tuesday, August 30, 11:00am-1:00pm: Who’s in the mood for Taco Tuesday? The Deloitte team is! Join Deloitte for a Taco Tuesday event in the Gleim Atrium.
Wednesday, August 31, 9:30-11:00am: The Deloitte team will hold a Q&A session to help answer any questions about the recruitment process; an additional perk to getting your questions answered is free coffee and breakfast! The Deloitte team will camp out at the Reitz Union Starbucks. Come by anytime between 9:30-11:00 and grab a coffee and ask your questions.
Wednesday, August 31, 11:00am-2:00pm: Join RSM on the Babicz Terrace for their Back to School Lunch. Come take a break between classes to enjoy lunch and play lawn games with the RSM team. They look forward to seeing you there!
Wednesday, August 31, 5:00pm: Tallahassee Semester Internship Program Ice Cream Social/Information Session kick-off event will be in the Ocora, Pugh Hall. During the spring semester, the Bob Graham Center for Public Service at UF offers up to 20 internships throughout Florida government, including positions with the legislature, governor's office and executive branch agencies, the news media and various associations and lobbying organizations. A stipend and housing are provided.
Wednesday, August 31, 6:15pm: Beta Alpha Psi will be hosting a mandatory new member meeting in Gerson 126. Immediately following the meeting will be an interactive session hosted by RSM, which will cover recruiting season do's and don'ts. Dessert will be provided after the meeting.
Thursday, September 1, 12:30-3:00pm: KPMG welcomes you back with “What’s Poppin’ with KPMG?” in the Gleim Atrium. POP by and introduce yourself to KPMG and get started with events, opportunities, and resources that can lead to a dream job and a great career. Enjoy popcorn, Hyppo pops, cake pops, and more! If you’re interested in receiving future event invitations, please complete your profile!
Friday, September 2, 8:30am: Undergraduate Walk-in Advising resumes. Offered every Friday from 8:30am to 1:00pm, walk-in advising sessions are designed to answer quick questions and last no longer than five to ten minutes. Walk-in advising cannot develop an extensive plan of study, resolve complex questions, or address matters requiring privacy.
Carbonxt, in Gainesville, is seeking a part-time Financial Analyst in their Magnolia Park office. Primary responsibilities include preparing monthly financial statements, managing Expensify, and providing financial analysis on select projects. Ideal candidate would be available to work up to 20-25 hours per week and have some knowledge of Quickbooks. Targeted compensation is $15/hour for appropriate candidates. Interested students should contact Dennis Baranik via email (d.baranik at carbonxt.com).
The Florida Auditor General is accepting applications for full-time Auditors in the Deland, Fort Myers, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City, Port St. Lucie, and Tallahassee Offices. Applicants must be a FL CPA or meet FL Board of Accountancy educational requirements for CPA licensure. For more information regarding their job opportunities, benefits and more, visit Job Opportunities. For information regarding position qualifications, visit Auditor Qualifications. You can submit your application online.