Dive Deep Events
Diving Deep is about exploring your purpose, finding family, and beginning your epic journey. So come on and Dive Deep, the water's fine.
Campus Connections are faculty/staff who meet with students to discuss networking and personal goals. The time commitment is 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on schedules of the participants.Campus Connections Sign Up
Let us welcome you to UWF with a tasty treat and refreshing drink. Advisors, Deans, and staff will be stationed on the lawns of the residence halls to chat with you about ways to Dive Deep into your first year!
Showcase your fearless side using your photos of UWF with the #captureUWF17 and #DDbefearless. Best photos of the week will be featured on Dive Deep social media. The Top 21 photos featured using the #captureUWF17 #DDbefearless will be displayed at the Concert in the Commons in December.
Mini Semi's are miniature seminars lasting from 10-20 minutes based on a topic relating to: music, movies, or other media. Examples are: History of Rock and Roll, Album Art Through the Ages, Poetry in Modern Music etc.Mini Semis RSVP
You Belong Here
It can be scary thinking you don't belong. Help us remind each other that You Belong as an Argo. Participate by telling friends or writing letters to strangers.
Concert in the Commons
The Concert in the Commons is an annual showcase and celebration for students as they finish their first for first semester. At this event, posters and projects from the Academic Foundations for Success courses will be on display. The event will also showcase different musical acts.Concert in the Commons Sign Up
The Human Library is an event encouraging people to share stories and learn from one another in a safe environment. During this event, students are able to “check out” a human book for a 10 minute session, during which they were able to have a conversation with the book in either a one-on-one or small group setting. If you have a story of fearlessness and would like to be a book please email email@example.com.Human Library
Love Your Major
Show your major some love this Valentine's Day. Stop by a booth in the Commons to share your appreciation for your major or your favorite faculty/staff. Not feeling your major? Maybe thinking about breaking up? First Year Advisors and Career Services will be there to explore about other options.
Celebrate the close to your freshman year with friends. Help select the theme song for next year's class.