Parents and Families
FIT’s Academic Advisement Center is available to help students with all types of academic questions in order to make their academic experiences as smooth as possible.
FIT’s Department of Public Safety is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, utilizing foot patrol and approximately 300 closed-circuit security cameras to keep our community safe.
Families in Transition
Families in Transition is an opportunity for FIT families to get a feel for student life and to connect with other folks who will be making similar transitions.
FIT policies are available online through the College Policy Library and in the Student Rights and Responsibilities Manual. The policies were prepared to guide all members of our student body.
Starting college or transferring to a new college is a major event for students and parents. If you’ve already had a student attend college you're probably a pro at this, but if this is your first student that is attending college we have a few tips for you.
Review this section for information about the ways FIT operates and supports your student.
At FIT students are not the only ones that can take part in campus activities. There are ways that family and alumni can get in on the fun too!
The Division of Enrollment Management and Student Success (EMSS) is dedicated to offering student-focused services and co-curricular programming in support of our diverse student population.