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Our Mission

The goals of the Division of Student Affairs are to facilitate student development, celebrate differences, and promote civic and global responsibility in both formal and informal educational experiences. The Division accomplishes these tasks through utilizing best practices as identified by international higher education professional organizations to create evidence-based programs and services. Find out more about us »

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DSA Annual Report 2015-2016

Highlights of programs and services of the Florida State University Division of Student Affairs in 2015-2016.

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FSU welcomes record number of inductees into Garnet and Gold Scholar Society

Florida State University welcomed a record 201 new inductees into the Garnet and Gold Scholar Society this spring.   Established in 2010, the Garnet and Gold…
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FSU’s Great Give is here!

The fifth-annual FSU’s Great Give is here – our 36-hour online giving campaign in support of Florida State University. Leaders like you are the driving…
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Our Departments

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Campus Recreation

Campus Recreation Department provides quality recreational programs, services and facilities that maximize opportunities for life long learning, personal development and leadership through varied recreational endeavors.

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Career Center

The Career Center strives to be the preeminent career center model for designing and delivering comprehensive, innovative, and inclusive career and employment services.

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Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement

The mission of C.A.R.E. is to assist in facilitating the successful retention and graduation of undergraduate students, while working to enhance student diversity.

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Center for Global Engagement

The Center for Global Engagement is the office assigned by the University to provide comprehensive immigration services and advising to international students, scholars, faculty and staff.

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Center for Leadership
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The Center is a student, faculty, and staff source for leadership learning, service opportunities, and social justice education on Florida State's campus.

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Dean of Students

The Dean of Students Department provides services, resources, and advocacy for all students at Florida State University through creative problem-solving, accessibility, and an emphasis on personal accountability.

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Oglesby Union

The Oglesby Union is a student-centered organization through volunteers, boards, committees and student employment offers experiences in citizenship and educates students in leadership and social and ethical responsibility.

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Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is the student's voice at Florida State University. SGA has all three branches of the government - executive, legislative, and judicial.

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University Counseling Center

The University Counseling Center (UCC) provides mental health counseling services and prevention programming to currently enrolled FSU students free of charge.

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University Health Services

University Health Services, Florida State University's fully accredited primary care facility, provides a full range of medical services and outreach programs.

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University Housing

University Housing provides on-campus accommodations for 7,200 undergraduate and graduate students in eighteen residence halls.

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