Due to fires in the early 1920s, it was temporarily relocated to Clearwater Beach and then finally moved to its current location in Lakeland in 1922. Th… The run was especially sweet for the Moccasins’ six-man senior class, five of whom – Stephen Battle, Kevin Capers, Bubby Johnson, Tyler Kelly and Tyler Logan – started every game of the 36-1 season. [30] Today, the visitor's center has moved into a new location. Numerous leaders of the citrus industry also attended FSC including Citrus Hall of Fame inductee C. D. The official colors are scarlet and white, though athletes sport red, white, and blue uniforms. Both events will be held at Holloway Park. Branscomb Memorial Auditorium is located on the Frank Lloyd Wright campus of Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida. With a natural audio reverberation time of approximately 1.3 seconds, it has been compared by many artists to Carnegie Hall. Florida Southern 77, Indiana (Pennsylvania) 62, SEMIFINALS The college's official mascot is Mocsie the water moccasin, but they are also referenced by their nickname, the Mocs. [24] As part of the Pathway to Independence Program, upperclassmen and graduate students who are in good standing may be invited to live at this location. [44], Coordinates: 28°01′53″N 81°56′51″W / 28.03138°N 81.94745°W / 28.03138; -81.94745, Collection of Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture, Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise, Sharp Family Tourism and Education Center, Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida, "U.S. and Canadian 2019 NTSE Participating Institutions Listed by Fiscal Year 2019 Endowment Market Value, and Percentage Change in Market Value from FY18 to FY19 (Revised)", "Frank Lloyd Wright collection at Florida Southern", "Princeton Review: WVU Beats Ohio U. for Top Party School", "FLORIDA TOOK MANY TWISTS AND TURNS ON THE ROAD TO HIGHER EDUCATION", "Restoring a Campus-Full of Frank Lloyd Wright", "Florida Southern's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed campus named National Historic Landmark", "Florida Southern College campus is all Wright", "Princeton Review: WVU Beats Ohio University for Top Party School", "America's Most Beautiful College Campuses", "A Florida College Restores its Wright Collection", "Florida Southern College Ranked "Most Beautiful Campus" in the Nation by the Princeton Review", "Robert A.M. Stern Architects - Barnett Residential Life Center", "Ground Broken for State-of-the-Art Becker Business Building", "Florida Southern Buys More Apartments for Student Housing", "Former Lake Morton Apartments Are Turned Into FSC Student Housing", "Roux Library at FSC - Florida Southern College in Lakeland, FL", "Images of Thad Buckner Building (originally E. T. Roux Library), Florida Southern College, Lakeland Florida by Frank Lloyd Wright", "Florida Southern College - Photos of the Wright Design", "William M. Burke Presidential Award Winners", http://www.flsouthern.edu/FSC/media/Academics/catalogs/fsc-catalog-2017-2018.pdf, "Renowned Pianist, Florida Southern College's Robert MacDonald Dies at 83", "Florida Southern College Baseball Players Who Made it to the Major Leagues", "Cedric Donald "C.D." 11–12, 2020 Geneva, OH; Mako Shark Invite. The college acquired the Lake Hollingsworth Apartments and Lake Morton Apartments which are about a 12-minute walking distance from campus. [19] The complex includes Nicholas and Wesley Halls, and houses up to 235 students in lake-view rooms designed to complement Frank Lloyd Wright's existing architecture on campus. At the graduate level, the school offers the degrees Master of Business Administration, Master of Accountancy, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Education, Master of Science in Nursing, and a Doctoral in Educational Leadership. Florida Southern's athletic teams are known as the Moccasins, often shortened to Mocs. Florida Southern 79, Bellarmine 76 Construction was completed in 1963. Construction of the Becker Undergraduate Business Building and the Graduate and Executive Building was scheduled to begin late 2012 or early 2013. We take a holistic approach to the application review process—considering how each student will contribute to our academic and student communities.