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FGCU Virtual Campus Tour
Transcript of FGCU Virtual Campus Tour
Academic Building 5
Campus Support Complex
- Lutgert Hall
- Marieb Hall
- Edwards Hall
- Merwin Hall
- Griffin Hall
- Reed Hall
- Whitaker Hall
West Lake Village
Gulf Coast Town Center
Academic Building 7
Campus Support Complex
The FGCU Food Forest is a student-run botanical garden containing edible and non-edible species native to Southwest Florida. It was designed to educate our student body as well as the community about living more sustainably through gaining knowledge about the vast array of foods from all over the world that can be grown locally. So far, students have put in over 2,000 hours working on the planting beds and fence projects.
The 15-acre solar panel field produces 85% of the energy needed to operate three of our academic buildings on campus. The endless rows of solar panels tilt and rotate throughout the day “following” the sun to generate power for these academic buildings. FGCU hosts the largest solar panel field on any university campus, paving the way for greener campuses throughout the nation.
Margaret S. Sugden
The Family Resource Center offers early care and education to children between the ages of 6 weeks and 5 years. The FRC provides affordable childcare for faculty/staff and the local community. The Center is fully accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and is affiliated with the College of Education.
The Physical Plant at FGCU provides support resources and constantly maintains all university buildings, grounds, and equipment which are fundamental to a healthy academic environment. The air conditioning system for FGCU is based on a central HVAC plant with high-efficiency, water-cooled centrifugal chillers, which is more energy efficient!
The FGCU Library is four stories tall housing over 500,000 items, including books, journals, newspapers, DVDs, CDs, musical scores, microforms, e-books and e-journals. There are over 400 online research databases, providing access to thousands of full-text articles from the best academic journals of the major disciplines. The Library is also home to a 115-seat computer lab, Help Desk, group study rooms, and a media production center.
Reserved exclusively for freshman, since 2008 South Village provides suite-style living (where most students have their own bedroom), with four residence halls, the Fresh Food Dining Company, and the student green space. All of the buildings come equipped with a communal kitchen, game room, laundry facilities, gym, computer lab, study lounge, and multi-purpose rooms. South Village also offers the First Year Resident Experience or FYRE program!
North Lake Village is our apartment-style housing that is available to all levels of students. We have many amenities that include a community pool and plenty of space to relax in The Commons. Each unit has four individual bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a shared kitchen and living room. There are also laundry facilities throughout North Lake Village and an 80-acre lake with a white sand beach!
North Lake Village
Margaret S. Sugden
The Kleist Health Education Center offers a hands-on learning environment for both children and adults. Their interactive educational programs empower individuals to make healthier lifestyle choices by cultivating life-long habits to jump start a lifetime journey toward healthier living for everyone.
The 23,000 square foot Bower School of Music building houses faculty studios, the 196-seat U. Tobe Recital Hall, the 3,000 square foot Marilyn Bower Korest Rehearsal Hall, student practice rooms, a keyboard laboratory, and an ensemble music library. The BSM building also holds a LEED Gold Certification!
Academic Building Seven, a LEED Platinum Certified building (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), is home to the College of Arts and Sciences. AB7 has state-of- the-art laboratory and classroom facilities for Marine and Ecological Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, as well as specialty classrooms including a DNA clean room, positive pressure reach suites, and an active Biosafety Level 2 laboratory for human pathogen research!
Marieb Hall, a LEED certified building built in 2012, is the newest building on our campus and home to the College of Health Professions and Social Work. This state-of-the-art building is home to nursing laboratories, a simulated hospital, therapeutic whirl pools, and a host of other specialized Health Professions lab and classroom facilities.
Edwards Hall is one of FGCU’s main administrative buildings, home to the offices of our University President, Dr. Wilson G. Bradshaw, Vice President, Office of the General Counsel and Office of the Provost. AB5 also contains FGCU’s largest lecture hall, the Embarq Auditorium, providing seating for 180 students. This lecture hall is the largest of only three lecture halls on FGCU’s campus, as the average class size at FGCU is only 31 students!
Merwin Hall is home to the College of Education. FGCU offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Special Education, and Secondary Education in Biology, Mathematics, and Social Sciences. Additionally, the college offers a Bachelor of Science in Child and Youth Studies.
Whitaker Hall is one of the three buildings part of the College of Arts and Sciences. Classrooms inside Whitaker Hall are designed to offer joint lecture/lab style or pod style classrooms. Additionally, Whitaker hall is home to three important programs here at FGCU: The Center for Environmental and Sustainability Education, the Coastal Watershed Institute, and the Whitaker Center for STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
Reed hall is one of our oldest academic buildings located on campus, opening in 1997. Reed Hall is just one of the buildings that are a part of the College of Arts and Sciences, and is also home to FGCU’s Honors program and International Services. Reed Hall contains one of FGCU’s only three auditorium-style lecture halls on campus seating 120 students!
Parking Garage 3
and Merwin Hall
Ben Hill Griffin III Hall, a multidisciplinary academic building, honors local entrepreneur Ben Hill Griffin III in appreciation of his unwavering support and commitment to Florida Gulf Coast University, and his donation of the 760 acres FGCU is built on. On the second floor is the office of Computing Services. The highly trained technicians and specialists located inside this office are the source behind FGCU’s student and academic technology, including management of Eagle Mail, our student email provider.
Parking Garage 3
and Merwin Hall
Unique features to the campus are the boardwalks which conveniently lead to our parking garages from the academic core. While walking to and from class you may spot some recognizable creatures along the way such as fish, turtles, birds, and possibly even an alligator.
WGCU Public Media provides broadcasting content and services that enrich the lives of our citizens. The broadcasting building is home of Southwest Florida’s public broadcasting stations, WGCU-TV (Local Cable 3) and WGCU-FM (Local 90.1).
Located on the second floor of Howard Hall is Counseling and Psychological Services, otherwise known as CAPS. This office is staffed with 4 psychologists, 3 licensed mental health counselors, a substance abuse specialist, 7 clinicians and a psychiatrist. All of these professionals are here to provide our students with personal mental health and career counseling. All students may visit CAPS for both therapy and psychiatry for additional fees out of pocket.
The Cohen Center was designed to meet every student’s needs. It has areas for dining, shopping, socializing and relaxing, including our University Bookstore and Food Court, as well as space for some of our student administration departments including the Dean of Students Office, Office of Student Involvement, the VP Student Affairs Office, Student Government, Multicultural Services, Eagle Dining Meal Plan Office, Campus Reservations, Career Development Services, and a combination Meal plan/Parking/ Eagle ID Card office. On the second floor of the Cohen Center are office and gathering space for Eagle News, Greek Life, and numerous Registered Student Organizations!
The Cohen Center
Sugden Hall, home to our Resort and Hospitality Management and PGA Golf Management programs, include 3 multifunction ballroom/meeting room spaces, wine and food technology laboratory, and a management and catering kitchen. There are also facilities such as a spa lab and golf pro-shop model where our students learn how to manage resort facilities.
Holmes Hall, built in 2009, is home to the U.A Whitaker College of Engineering. Within the building you will find 70,000 square feet of state-of-the-art engineering labs and studio classrooms. Holmes Hall is also home to The Link Coffee Shop and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.
Egan Observatory is FGCU’s main astrological observatory on campus. This observatory telescope, a Ritchey Chretien reflection telescope, has the same optical design as the Hubble Space Telescope! Additionally, the observatory is home to 5 computerized, portable telescopes available for use in conjunction with astronomy courses.
Alico Arena is one of the main athletics facilities on campus. It has 4,500 seats for spectators and is where our Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Women’s Volleyball compete. This is also where your journey begins and ends at FGCU with our Freshman Convocation and graduation ceremonies. Attached to Alico Arena is the Recreation Center for personal fitness and the auxiliary gym. We offer around 37 fitness classes throughout the week, so there is something for everyone to enjoy!
There is a lot to do at FGCU and Campus Recreation supplies much of it! With our fitness classes and Recreation Outdoor Center, there are plenty of ways to get active at FGCU! Some of the most popular Campus Rec options include the Outdoor Pursuits program and the Waterfront. The OP program offers students opportunity to participate in outdoor adventure activities, such as white water rafting, camping trips or even skydiving! The campus Waterfront on North Lake is where students catch some rays, rent a kayak, canoe, or paddle boat, or even go water skiing.
The Outdoor Sports Complex (OSC) is home to our outdoor sports coaches’ offices and locker room facilities for student athletes. The OSC also provide study space for student athletes and amazing views of Swanson Stadium from the VIP Lounge!
The Undergraduate Admissions Office at FGCU is available to help all undergraduate students apply for enrollment at FGCU! UG Admissions offers general admission advising to prospective students and manages the enrollment and recruitment efforts for freshman, transfer, international, non-degree, homeschooled, and Dual Enrollment and Early Admission students.
The Wellness Center is home to Student Health services and Prevention and Wellness. This office is staffed with 3 physicians, 3 nurses, 2 nutritionists and a massage therapist and is accredited by the Association for Ambulatory Health Care. These friendly professionals offer great medical care to our students including routine check-ups, allergy shots, immunizations and much more. Student Health Services also provides students with the most economical prescription options as well as discounted lab work.
McTarnaghen Hall, named in honor of FGCU’s founding president Roy E. McTarnaghen, contains the Testing Center, Office of the Registrar, the Office of Financial Aid, and New Student Programs.
The Eagle Cafe in Howard Hall is the home of Taco Bell Express and Subway, as well as the C3 Convenience Store
Eagle Café and
The Arts Complex at FGCU is the creative center of the campus, encompassing the Theatre Lab, a 110-person Black Box theatre, and over 130 linear feet of art gallery space for students and local artists to display and perform their craft. In addition to the performance and display areas, the Arts Complex also houses many classrooms and studio spaces for visual and performing arts.
The FGCU Foundation was founded in 1993 to support the University’s educational mission by identifying and securing financial support. The foundation has helped grow our endowment fund and support students by offering over 1,500 need and merit-based scholarships. Today, the foundation continues to support FGCU’s growing enrollment and endowment fund.
Campus Support Complex
Lutgert Hall, built in 2008, is home to the Lutgert College of Business. Lutgert Hall is home to state-of-the-art business facilities and unbelievable views of campus. Some of the facilities include a performance analysis room, case study rooms, advertising laboratory, and computer science classes. Lutgert Hall is also home to our Graduate Admissions Office and Small Business Development Center.
SoVi is South Village’s main all-you-care-to-eat dining hall, which serves unlimited offerings of made-to-order menu items using the freshest of ingredients, including vegetarian items! SoVi recently completed a 6,000 SF Dining expansion, and now provides 750 seats to our dining community.
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One of your first stops during your visit to campus will be the Margaret S. Sugden Welcome Center, FGCU’s main visitor center and branch of Undergraduate Admissions. Located just past the Parking Information Booth at the main entrance of campus, the Welcome Center acts as the living room of the University and serves prospective Undergraduate students with all of their campus visit and admissions needs! The Welcome Center team provide daily campus tours, as well as giving out supplemental information regarding the University, admissions, and our local community.
We added a great resort-style pool located between Osprey Hall and the pond in South Village! This 5000 square foot pool was completed July 2013, and ready for incoming freshmen to enjoy!
Our new outdoor Veteran’s Pavilion is a great place to hang out with friends and enjoy various activities happening on the Library Lawn!
South Village Pool