If you’re interested in pursuing a degree in the arts, humanities or social sciences in a scenic, coastal setting, Florida Atlantic University might be an ideal destination.
FAU not only offers conventional undergraduate and graduate degrees in such fields as Communications, Film, Visual Art and Sociology, it also offers certificates in such uniquely specific fields as Jewish studies, Peace studies and Religious studies.
True to its liberal arts and humanities curriculum, Florida Atlantic University offers a host of cultural events and activities. There are on-campus art galleries exhibiting student work, screenings of classic films, and on-campus theatre and music performances.
The office of career services offers support to those seeking out a career after graduation as well as those interested in a graduate degree. Graduate school advising and fairs are offered along with career fairs, assessment and workshops.
FAU students have six campus locations to choose from, including those located in Boca Raton and Ft. Lauderdale.
Students may live on-campus in dormitories or apartment-style residences.
Financial aid is available in the form of loans, grants, work-study and scholarships for eligible students.
Quick Facts about Florida Atlantic University
Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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- New Jersey
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