How to buy degree from Florida Southern College?

How to buy degree from Florida Southern College?
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Florida Southern College (Florida Southern, Southern or FSC) is a private university in Lakeland, Florida. In 2019, the student population at FSC consisted of 3,073 students along with 130 full-time faculty members. It offers undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs. The institution is home to the world’s largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture.
The present campus comprises 70 buildings on 110 acres (45 ha) of land and is home to the largest collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture in the world. The Florida Southern College Architectural District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a historic district due to the historical significance of its buildings. In 2012, the institution became a part of the National Historic Landmarks of the United States. In 2011 and 2012, it was selected as the most beautiful campus in America by The Princeton Review. In September 2011, Travel+Leisure listed it as one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States and noted that it was put under watch by the World Monument Fund as an endangered cultural site.

Florida Southern commissioned Robert A. M. Stern, the dean of Yale’s architecture program, to lead their expansion efforts in 2005. Stern is an accomplished American architect who won the Driehaus Architecture Prize in 2011. The Stern-designed Barnett Residential Life Center was completed in 2009. The complex includes Nicholas and Wesley Halls, and houses up to 235 students in lake-view rooms designed to complement Frank Lloyd Wright’s existing architecture on campus. The 4,000 sq.ft. Rinker Technology Center opened in March 2010. Stern also designed the Robert E. Christoverson Humanities and the Becker Business Building.

In addition to improving the campus proper, FSC also expanded outwardly by acquiring properties in adjacent neighborhoods. The institution acquired the Lake Hollingsworth Apartments and Lake Morton Apartments, a short walk from campus. In 2011, Lake Morton Apartments were renovated. As part of the Pathway to Independence Program, upperclassmen and graduate students may be invited to live at this location.