Planning for Falcon Days


For October and November Falcon Days, we will not be providing housing in the dorms. 
Information about March Falcon Days will be released in the fall.

Registration

Every student attending must register themselves and any guests that will be attending with them on this website at least six weeks in advance. We can only have 100 students per Falcon Days event and registration fills up very quickly and only students who are registered will be able to attend, so register soon!

Payment

There is a $60 registration fee for each student attending Falcon Days that covers food, event activities and t-shirt. Each guest that attends with the student adds $20 to the fee (to cover food for the weekend). The registration fee can be paid online at the end of the online registration form!

You are not registered until we receive your payment and you receive email confirmation.

See A Sample Falcon Days Schedule

Housing and Transportation

All Falcon Days events begin Thursday evening and end Friday night. You should plan to arrive Thursday afternoon and depart Saturday during the day. Do not make travel arrangements until you receive an email confirmation that you have been registered and we have received the registration fee.

Please remember we are not providing housing in the dorms for October & November Falcon Days.

Guests, please visit our Directions and Hotels page for lodging suggestions and deals in the area.

For more information, contact admissions at bairdm@floridacollege.edu.

Group Travel

If you are sponsoring a group of students, please contact bairdm@floridacollege.edu with a complete list of students attending and she will provide you with information about the group guidelines for this event.

Thank you for your interest in helping the students in your area attend Falcon Days!

While You're Here

Residence Hall Guidelines / Curfew

At curfew each night you must leave campus and dorms by curfew. Curfew is at 11 p.m. on Thursday and 12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

What to Wear

Chapel and Classes: Casual dress (no shorts or work-out clothes)

Around Campus: Casual dress (shorts, jeans, skirts, t-shirts, etc.)

Evening programs: Nice casual dress (jeans, khakis, skirts, etc.)

NOTE: Skirts and shorts must touch the kneecap. Shirts must cover mid-section, stomach and back. Tank tops and spaghetti-strap shirts are not permitted.

What to Bring

  • Sleeping bag
  • Pillow
  • Towels
  • Toiletries/personal items (soap, toothbrush, etc.)
  • Bible
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