Life Enrichment Series

The Florida College Life Enrichment Series was instituted in 1982 to provide cultural and academic programs in order to enrich the lives of students, staff and interested people from the community. The multi-disciplinary programs take the form of lectures, forums, seminars and musical performances. Topics range from performing arts, science, humanities, social science, psychology, law, business and communication. Past hosts have included renowned photojournalist Val Mazzenga, holocaust survivor Philip Gans, and many virtuoso musical soloists. Programs in the series are planned by a faculty-student committee chaired by music professor Benjamin Payne. All programs are free and open to the public. For more information call 813.988.5131 x336.

Life Enrichment programs for 2014-2015 are sponsored by our friends at 1213.

1213 is a non-profit organization that serves Christians who are in need through personal relationships, spiritual guidance and financial support. The volunteer network of 1213 helps to identify needs within their communities that cannot be met by traditional means of support. For more information visit 1213online.org.

Check back soon for a full schedule of programs for 2015-2016!