Resources For Students

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Campus Life at FSU

Health & Wellness

  • Live Well at FSU brings together information about the nine dimensions of holistic wellness. An environment that encourages healthy behaviors and wellness is essential to academic success!
  • Sustainable Campus aims to incorporate sustainable living practices into all FSU activities through climate action, waste minimization, resource stewardship, and education for sustainability.
  • Campus Recreation: work out at the Leach Center, join a sports club or intramural team, reconnect with nature through Outdoor Pursuits and the FSU Lakefront, and more.
  • Victim Advocate Program offers support and resources for victims of crime, confidential advocacy and education to the community.
  • University Health Services is FSU's fully accredited primary care health facility, providing a full range of medical services and outreach programs.
  • University Counseling Center provides confidential mental health counseling services and prevention programming to FSU students free of charge.
  • learn about the dangers of binge drinking, FSU's alcohol policies, and other information.
  • FSU Amnesty Policy: Florida State University (FSU) supports a safe and inclusive environment that enhances academic pursuits and student success. A Medical Amnesty Policy benefits our campus by encouraging students to make responsible decisions in seeking medical attention in serious or life-threatening situations that result from alcohol and/or other drug use or abuse and in any situation where medical treatment is reasonably believed to be appropriate. This policy seeks to diminish fear of disciplinary and conduct sanctions in such situations and to encourage individuals and organizations to seek needed medical attention for students in distress from alcohol and drug use.
  • Hazing Prevention: learn how Florida State University is active in preventing hazing in our community.
  • Tobacco-Free Campus: read the Tobacco-Free Policy and find resources for tobacco cessation.
  • Healthy Campus maximizes campus wellness, we support academic and personal success.
  • Center for Health Advocacy and Wellness (CHAW) is FSU’s health promotion department dedicated to utilizing evidence and theory based principles to plan, implement, and evaluate health promotion programs, events, and initiatives as part of a comprehensive health and wellness prevention program.
  • LIFT Recovery Community is FSU’s Collegiate Recovery Program supporting students interested in recovery from addiction and substance misuse thrive during their college experience.
  • Childcare and Early Learning
  • kNOw More is FSU’s initiative for prevention, response, and support related to interpersonal violence in our campus community.
  • Food for Thought Pantry


Engagement, Involvement, & Career Planning

  • Career Center provides comprehensive career services including career planning services, experiential education, course instruction and research.
  • Center for Leadership and Service offers 30+ programs intended to foster vision and opportunities to create positive, sustainable change in students' communities.
  • Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE) provides both pre-collegiate and collegiate programs targeted primarily to those who are first-generation college students.
  • Center for Undergraduate Research & Academic Engagement (CRE) involves FSU students in the highest levels of academic engagement, helping students take advantage of the very best a major research university like FSU has to offer.
  • Office of National Fellowships (ONF) helps students to pursue opportunities for enrichment by providing information and support throughout the application process for over 60 nationally competitive fellowships.
  • Transfer Student Services (TSS) supports FSU’s goal of ensuring a meaningful and productive educational experience for students who have chosen to transfer to FSU from another institution.
  • Noles Everywhere is a group of highly trained student staff selected to support our newest Noles who are living off-campus their first year or who come to FSU from beyond Florida.
  • Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life provides a unique opportunity for students to be a part of a more than 100 year old campus tradition that fosters individual and community development.
  • Student Organizations and Involvement serves as a guide for Florida State students in molding and creating their FSU experience.
  • NoleCentral
  • Student Government Association is the student’s voice at FSU with three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. SGA budgets more than ten million dollars of activity and service fees each year to Student Organizations, the FSU Student Union, and Campus Recreation.
  • Center for Global Engagement provides comprehensive immigration services and advising to international students, scholars, faculty and staff. The Center for Global Engagement is certified by the federal government’s Student and Exchange Visitor Program.
  • International Programs
  • Innovation Hub

Culture, Identity, & Spirituality