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.
Wednesday, October 17, 6:15pm: FSOAC General Meeting will be in Gerson 126.
Wednesday, October 17, 6:00-7:15pm: VoxGraphis, the UF graphic design club, is hosting their Five Dollar Headshots Fall Fundraiser in the Fine Arts courtyard. Getting ready to apply to an internship? Looking to launch or spruce-up your LinkedIn? Headshots can put you one step ahead of the competition when applying for jobs. Each photo session will run 7 minutes, in perfect outdoor natural lighting. For $5 you will receive 2 professionally edited, high-quality images. Spots are limited, so sign-up now!
African Americans in Paris Class: Dr. Sharon Austin, Director of the African American Studies Program and Professor of Political Science, is teaching an African Americans in Paris class during spring break 2019. The course is open to all students, majors, and both graduate and undergraduate students. In Paris, you will visit a number of historic sites of significance to African Americans. The $2750 cost for undergraduates doesn’t include airfare, but does include lodging, some meals, transportation in Paris, and tickets to all of the site visits. Please contact Dr. Austin or visit African American Studies for more information. Apply Online.
Barry Rutenberg and Associates in Gainesville is looking for an administrative and accounts payable assistant. Duties include entering invoices for payment, distributing invoices to the correct parties for approval, coordinating distribution of payments to subcontractors, and clerical duties as assigned. Hours can be flexible to start; this would be a great opportunity for an undergrad or grad student who is graduating this semester or in the Spring, who intends to stay in Gainesville after graduation. For more information, contact Nic Haylett.
FSOA Student Assistant Positions
The Fisher School of Accounting is accepting applications for Spring 2019 student employment. Duties vary depending on faculty and course, and may include assisting with grading, holding office hours, and answering student emails for undergraduate accounting classes. Applicants must be accounting majors. To merit serious consideration, prospective applicants should have a minimum 3.5 accounting GPA and minimum 3.5 upper division GPA. To apply, fill out the application for student employment.