Fisher Current Students

Fisher Current Students 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.

Contacting FSOA During the COVID-19 Emergency
At this time, email is the preferred method of contact.
You may also call (352) 273-0200 – Note, we will not have a person answering this phone, but will be monitoring voicemails regularly during business hours. If you call, be prepared to leave a succinct message stating what you need, your name and UFID#, and your Gatorlink email address. We will respond as soon as possible.

Weekly Announcements

Important Dates

Saturday, August 15, 7:00pm, Summer 2020 Virtual Commencement: The Warrington College of Business will hold a virtual commencement for the Summer Class of 2020. Please join in for the YouTube video premiere with live chat, including special messages from administration, faculty and alumni, the conferral of degrees, and personalized name reading for each graduate. For more information, visit Commencement. For questions, email graduation questions.

Wednesday, August 19: Summer B/C Degree Status Available (on ONE.UF)

Thursday, August 20: Summer B/C Final Grades Available (transcript view, on ONE.UF)

Academic Advising

Make an appointment now! Due to the heavy volume of traffic during Drop/Add, there will be delays in responding to student emails, and wait times for advising during that time can be long. (See information on Drop/Add advising below.) Since academic advising is being conducted remotely, we strongly encourage students needing assistance to schedule an appointment prior to the first week of classes. Email FSOA to schedule an appointment.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Monday, August 31, through Wednesday, September 2, 8:30am – 4:00pm: “Walk-In” Academic Advising Via Zoom. Using the link below, join the Walk-In Advising Zoom meeting. Once in the room, you will wait for an advisor to bring you into a breakout room to conduct 1-on-1 academic advising. Students will be advised on a first-come, first-served basis. While waiting for an advisor, you must remain available. If you are not available when the advisor brings you into the breakout room, you will be removed from the meeting, and will need to re-join and wait for an advisor again. Note that any student who logs into the Zoom by 4:00 p.m. will be seen, but no student will be able to join after 4:00 p.m. Please be aware that during drop/add, we are only able to answer questions regarding the Fall semester.

Undergraduate Advising Zoom Link

Thursday-Friday, September 3-4: Same Day Appointments. Normally, we do not permit students to schedule same-day appointments. However, on these days, you may email FSOA, and the receptionist will attempt to schedule you with an appointment as soon as possible. We recommend emailing early in the day to ensure you are able to get an appointment. Again, these appointments are only to discuss the Fall semester.

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Thursday, August 27, 2:00-3:00pm: 3/2 Group Advising Session. Students who have been admitted to the 3/2 Program for the Fall 2020 semester (and those who will be admitted after Summer C grades post) should plan on attending the virtual Group Advising Session on Thursday, August 27, from 2:00-3:00pm. A Zoom link will be emailed to all admitted students prior to that date. That session will discuss the curriculum, concentrations, how to develop your Fall schedule, summer vs. spring internship, and the ISOM minor. Students who still have questions may request an advising appointment after the session.

Monday, August 31, through Wednesday, September 2: Any graduate student needing assistance during drop add should email FSOA to schedule an appointment. Normally, we do not permit students to schedule same-day appointments. However, we will make exceptions for drop/add. We recommend emailing early in the day to ensure you are able to get an appointment. In addition, we strongly recommend you attempt to get your questions answered prior to drop/add by scheduling an appointment over the next couple weeks.

Past Announcements

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2019