Davie Campus

FAU Davie Campus

More than 3,000 students take classes at FAU's second-largest campus. Conveniently located (central Broward County) with Broward College as part of the South Florida Education Center, FAU Davie offers coursework in 30 degree programs through the colleges of Arts and Letters, Business, Social Work and Criminal Justice, Education, Nursing, and Science.

The campus features more than 300,000 square feet of labs, classrooms and faculty, staff and student offices.

It also hosts the Center for Environmental Studies, Florida Public Archaeology Network, and the Florida Small Business Development Center at FAU.

Other support facilities include a student Campus Recreation and a multi-service Student Union. The campus also offers a rich and varied program of student activities provided by the Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment Management.

Davie West
3200 College Ave.
Davie, FL 33314
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Students have all of the services they require for career counseling, wellness, testing and evaluation, tutoring, health services, student government and financial aid, among others. Like a small college within a large university, the Davie Campus is seen as a "model" branch campus for the state of Florida and the nation.

Centers and Institutes

The Center for Environmental Studies (CES)

The Center for Environmental Studies (CES) was established in 1994 as a research center to facilitate and coordinate environmental research and education in the water dominated ecosystems of Florida. The CES moved to the Davie Campus in the fall of 2014.

Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN)

The Florida Public Archaeology Network's mission is to promote and facilitate the conservation, study and public understanding of Florida's archaeological heritage by way of regional centers including the Southeast and Southwest centers hosted at Florida Atlantic University. These grant-funded regional centers provide out-reach, education, and guidance on archaeological issues to visitors, students, local citizens, and public officials. Each year FPAN at FAU contacts over 10,000 people through classes, lectures, trainings, and participation in public events with a goal of protecting Florida’s past for Florida’s future.