On Feb. 3, FSCJ held its Campus Awareness Day from 11-1 p.m., where students could explore a myriad of options for volunteering in the community, or become involved on campus. The entire area surrounding South Campus’ U building was populated by tables, each belonging to a different college club or community project. Faculty from Student Life handed out refreshments as representatives at tables vied for remaining passersby, but overcast skies and frigid winds kept most students on a straight trajectory to their centrally heated classrooms.
A service dog poses for Campus Awareness Day. (Photo By Savannah Dobbs)
Students investigate extracurricular opportunities at South Campus for Campus Awareness Day. (Photo By Savannah Dobbs)
Two Service dogs sit patiently next to their handlers. (Photo By Savannah Dobbs)
Various snacks and refreshments were distributed outside of the South Campus cafeteria. (Photo By Savannah Dobbs)
A student speaks with a representative from the Ronald McDonald House. (Photo By Savannah Dobbs)
Some tables used games or models to attract students’ attention. (Photo By Savannah Dobbs).
The FSCJ ASL Club’s poster shields a cache of extra popcorn from prying eyes. (Photo By Savannah Dobbs)