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WHEN YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT:

1. Application deadlines, portfolio requirements, college visits, and available majors: Admissions

2. Billing, including payment options, payment deadlines, refunds, and residency information: Bursar

3. Career planning and development, career counselors, career fairs, alumni job bank, exceptional business/education partnerships that provide matches for the industries, and organizations served by the college: Career and Internship Center

4. Personal and academic concerns and to seek assistance: Counseling Services

5. Classes offered to help build successful businesses and improve technical skills: Enterprise Center

6. Tuition, loans, scholarship, grants, and the federal work-study program: Financial Aid

7. Student self-government, participating in student clubs and organizations, student events, and programming activities: FITSA

8. Disability support services: FIT-ABLE

9. General medical and gynecological care, including most medication and lab tests: Health Services

10. Opportunities for academically-gifted students through creative instruction and educational enhancements: Honors Program/Presidential Scholars Program

11. Opportunities to explore a wide range of specialized courses through FIT’s study abroad programs: International Programs

12. Nonimmigrant students admitted to FIT degree programs in matters pertaining to F-1 status: International Student Advisors

13. Computer lab, technology recommendations, and Wireless Zones: Information Technology

14. Academic advisement, class schedules, degree audits, enrollment verification, grades, graduation procedures, transcript requests, and transfer credit evaluations: Registrar

15. On-campus housing: Residential Living

16. Emergency contact information, photo ID requests, and incident reports: Campus Safety and Security

17. Extra-curricular activities on campus such as orientations, commencement, student government, leadership workshops, special and social programs, club activities, serving the college community including helping the homeless, holiday events, and partners in learning: the Department of Student Life

18. Tutoring in a wide variety of subjects, for all full-time as well as part-time students who are enrolled in remedial and credit bearing courses from all disciplines: Academic Skills Tutoring Center

19. Improving the quality of your writing at FIT go to this office: The Writing Studio

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