The Senior Class Council is excited to announce the fourth annual Senior Sendoff week events:
President’s Senior Toast
Monday, April 17th, 5:30-6:45pm at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, doors open at 5:00pm.
President John Thrasher will host a farewell event, by invitation, for all graduating seniors featuring food, music, entertainment, photos, and a champagne toast for all seniors of age 21 and older. A non-alcoholic option will also be available. Attire is cocktail/business casual.
Taking Back Suwannee
Tuesday, April 19th, 12:00pm-2:00pm at the Suwannee Dining Hall
The seniors will have one last opportunity to eat at the Suwannee Room while listening to the top hits of 2012-2016. The first 200 seniors eat for free. There will also be a photo booth to capture lasting memories.
Senior Market Wednesday
Wednesday, April 20th, 11:00am-1:00pm at the Oglesby Union
The Senior Class Council will co-sponsor a Market Wednesday event with SOAR Board celebrating seniors. Come celebrate and enjoy free food, music, and fun.
Wednesday, April 20th, 6:30pm at the Westcott Fountain
At 6:51pm, please join fellow ring recipients in this FSU tradition at the Westcott Fountain. As a group, everyone will dip their ring in Westcott fountain. Why 6:51? In military time, 6:51 pm is read as 1851, Florida State University’s founding date.
Give back to the University that gave so much to us! Make a contribution to the Senior Class Gift at http://foundation.fsu.edu/more-ways-give/senior-class-gift to help us leave our legacy today!
Visit the Countdown website http://commencement.fsu.edu/ to find the senior bucket list and visit us on Facebook for the most up to date information https://www.facebook.com/FSUClassCouncils
The Class Councils Mission
The Class Councils work to create unity among the graduating classes as well as pride in student's own graduating class.
Each year the Senior Class leaves the University with a gift that is unique to the Senior Class and exerts Seminole spirit and pride. The Senior Class Gift is an opportunity for graduating seniors to make a contribution to a special project on campus. This could be a campus beautification project, an academic scholarship or any number of other worthwhile causes at Florida State. The point is to create a lasting and visible legacy for our class. Make a donation to the Senior Class Gift »Junior and Sophomore Class Councils focus on interactive social and academic events for the classes and the greater FSU community. The goal is bringing students together by planning exciting events and activities.