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Resources for Students

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New Students

  • Student Handbook Policies and standards governing student conduct and rights at the university
  • New Student & Family Programs Orientation, One Book/One Campus, and Family Connection
  • New Noles New to FSU? Find out all you need to know pre- and post-orientation
  • Housing Find information about your Residence Hall and living on campus
  • Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE) The center provides both, pre-collegiate and collegiate programs of recruitment, preparation, enrichment, orientation, academic support, counseling and advocacy which are targeted primarily to those who are first-generation college students.
  • Summer Noles Attending FSU for the Summer session? Looking for stuff to do on campus? Check out all summer programming available
  • Seminole Sensation Week FSU welcomes new and returning students to campus for the fall with a week packed full of events, most of which are free for students. Includes the Last Call Before Fall concert, Movies on the Green, New Student Convocation, and more!
  • Admissions Online status checks, information about Previews, residency requirements, majors, and more
  • Financial Aid Links to FAFSA, Scholarship info, and costs for attending FSU
  • Registrar Information about Courses, Academic Calendar, Tuition, and Graduation
  • My.fsu.edu student portal / Secure Apps
  • Blackboard (campus.fsu.edu)

Campus Life @ FSU

  • FSU Events Calendar
  • Campus Recreation Work out at the Leach Center, join a Sports Club or Intramural Team, reconnect with nature through Outdoor Pursuits, enjoy the FSU Reservation waterfront complex, visit the Rec SportsPlex, and more
  • FSU Athletics Scores, schedules, and more for all Men’s and Women’s Sports
  • Housing Find information about your Residence Hall and living on campus
  • Oglesby Student Union The Oglesby Union offers several activities for students, 7 days a week. Departments include:
  • Seminole Dining Check out all of the dining options on campus, including the Suwannee Room, Chili’s, and more
  • Uphold the Garnet & Gold Uphold the values of Florida State University by exhibiting good sportsmanship at athletic events, being open to hearing differing opinions and ideas, and respecting the values and views of others.
  • Student Handbook Policies and standards governing student conduct and rights at the university

Health & Wellness

  • Campus Recreation Work out at the Leach Center, join a Sports Club or Intramural Team, reconnect with nature through Outdoor Pursuits and the FSU Reservation, and more.
  • Dean of Students Department The Victim Advocate Program offers support for victims of crime, and education to the community
  • University Health Services FSU’s fully accredited Primary Care 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.
  • Alcohol.fsu.edu Read about the dangers of binge drinking, FSU’s alcohol policies, and other information
  • 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 Our Mission is to maximize campus wellness, we support academic and personal success.

Academics

  • Registrar Information about Courses, Academic Calendar, Tuition, and Graduation
  • Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement The center provides both, pre-collegiate and collegiate programs of recruitment, preparation, enrichment, orientation, academic support, counseling and advocacy which are targeted primarily to those who are first-generation college students.
  • Advising First The Advising First program, part of the Division of Undergraduate Studies, strategically places professional academic advisors and success coaches to serve students within academic units and established Advising First centers throughout the university.
  • Academic Center for Excellence The mission of the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) is to help all undergraduate students at Florida State University develop the study skills and personal success habits that enhance learning and promote the highest level of scholarship and academic achievement.
  • Student Disability Resource Center As a primary advocate for students with disabilities, the SDRC works with faculty and staff to provide accommodations for the unique needs of students both in and out of the classroom.
  • Living-Learning Communities Florida State University offers 7 different Living-Learning Communities, where students not only live in the same residence hall but participate in an academic component that helps bring them together as a community.

Engagement, Involvement, & Career Planning

  • Career Center As a centralized comprehensive career services office, the Career Center is involved in a wide variety of programs including career planning services, experiential education, course instruction and, research.
  • Center for Leadership & Social Change The Center is a student, faculty, and staff source for leadership learning, service opportunities, and social justice education on Florida State’s campus. Our mission is to transform lives through leadership education, identity development and community engagement.
  • Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE) The center provides both, pre-collegiate and collegiate programs of recruitment, preparation, enrichment, orientation, academic support, counseling and advocacy which are targeted primarily to those who are first-generation college students.
  • Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life With 30 fraternities and 26 sororities, including 18 culturally based Greek letter organizations, Greek Life provides a unique opportunity for students to be a part of a more than 100 year old campus tradition.
  • Garnet & Gold Scholar Society The Garnet and Gold Scholar Society facilitates involvement and recognizes the engaged, well-rounded student who excels within and beyond the classroom in the areas of Leadership, Internship, Service, International, and Research.
  • Student Activities Center The Student Activities Center believes that student involvement outside of the classroom contributes to important learning gains and a well rounded college experience that prepares students for life after graduation. Student Activities oversees Dance Marathon, Homecoming, Seminole Sensation Week, and more
  • Student Government Association The Student Government Association is the student’s voice at Florida State University with three branches of the government–executive, legislative, and judicial. SGA budgets more than ten million dollars of activity and service fees each year to Student Organizations, the Oglesby Union, and Campus Recreation.

Culture, Identity, & Spirituality