Florida State University continues to provide exceptional student support services, programming, and activities remotely via VirtualFSU.
Campus Recreation wants you to find what moves you wherever you are. Staying physically active, practicing mindfulness or meditation, and spending time outdoors in nature are proven ways to stay healthy and happy. Visit our Active Anywhere page or follow @FSUCampusRec on social media for daily challenges, workouts, and more.
The Career Center is offering all of its services and resources virtually to help students continue to design their careers throughout the online learning period, including drop-in advising, workshops, panels, career fairs, and the Garnet & Gold Scholar Society. To the graduating class of Spring and Summer 2020, we are here to provide you with the career services necessary for a successful transition to the workforce or graduate/professional school, and have created an easy way to find resources and services specifically for you.
Please visit career.fsu.edu/info to learn more and follow @fsucareercenter on social media for continued updates regarding virtual services.
From virtual tours and resources for recognized student organizations, to student governance meetings and cinema and gaming opportunities, there are many opportunities to connect with FSU students virtually. Log into your Nole Central (https://nolecentral.dsa.fsu.edu) account to learn more about all our RSOs and follow @fsusga, @SLC_FSU, and @FSUSOI on social media for the latest information and social activities.
The health and wellness of the FSU community is University Health Services' first priority. Services are available for acute care and via Telehealth. Visit uhs.fsu.edu/telehealth for more information about Telehealth options and services, including speaking to a nurse, refilling medications, psychiatry appointments, and acute care.
The University Counseling Center is fully committed to the mental health and wellness of our students during this unprecedented time. Telemental health services via Zoom (HIPAA secure, online platform), as well as around the clock crisis and telephone support via 850-644-TALK (8255) is available. We will also be offering daily psychoeducational workshops via Zoom and WellTrack for self-help interactive therapy.
With CAREOnline, learn about scheduling, tutoring, and academic support that is available to assist students with online academic success during the semester.
Connect virutally with the Oglesby Union by grabbing a Paint-a-Pot To Go, reserving event space with Campus Event Services, or following Club Downunder on social media to stay up to date on virtual programs and events.
A confidential advocate is on call twenty-four hours a day to respond to FSU students, faculty, and staff who are victimized anywhere or at any time, as well as any other person who is victimized on our campus, at an FSU sponsored event, or by a FSU community members. The Victim Advocate Program can be reached at 850-644-7161 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During FSU's move to remote class participation, the Office of Accessibility Services wants to support students with disabilities in succeeding in their classes. We recognize that online learning environments are quite different and can be both supportive and challenging to students with disabilities. We will offer virtual workshops covering a variety of topics as well as offer Online Social Hour as an open forum for you to ask questions, communicate and engage with each other. Please visit our webpage for the latest up-to-date information.
Case Management Services will continue to seamlessly support, advocate, identify immediate needs, and make appropriate referrals to campus and community resources for students. Case Management can be contacted via phone at (850) 644-9555 or email at email@example.com. More information about Case Management can be found on our website.
The Food for Thought Pantry remains committed to supplementing students' nutritional needs and preserving food access. To ensure the Pantry can serve as many students as safely as possible until in-person classes resume, during the Summer B term the Pantry will be open from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Fridays by appointment only. Students can review relevant policies and sign up for an appointment slot by visiting our website.
The Career Center’s ProfessioNole Clothing Closet is dedicated to providing Florida State University students with their professional attire needs. Students, to meet your needs The ProfessioNole Clothing Closet will move to appointment-only scheduling at this time. To schedule an appointment please complete this Appointment Form and learn about the ProfessioNole Clothing Closet, visit career.fsu.edu/ClothingCloset.
The Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life has developed a one-stop shop full of resources to help you navigate the era of virtual engagement.
The CGE will continue to provide all immigration services for all international students, scholars and FSU departments remotely. Additionally, the CGE will provide the FSU community with opportunities to connect and engage online through English Conversation Club led by Laura Dean, CGE Program Coordinator, Monday – Friday from 4–5 p.m.; International Coffee Hour each Friday from 5–6:30 p.m., ET; as well as through other intercultural events and opportunities for building community.
The Department of Student Conduct and Community Standards (SCCS) continues to assist students and campus partners with Information Sessions for Conduct Hearings, Dean Certification requests, advising assistance for Academic Honor Policy preparation and all resources routinely provided by our staff. SCCS can be contacted by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, phone, 850-644-5136 and information regarding services can be found on our website.
In these times of isolation and disruption of everyday life, we know that it is more important than ever to find ways to connect with one another. The Center for Leadership & Social Change is working hard to create ways to bring folks together in a virtual space. Connect with us at thecenter.fsu.edu/connect or on social media at @thecenterfsu.
The Student Resilience Project is a web-based, research-informed toolkit developed to encourage students’ wellness by helping them learn to manage stress in healthy ways and increase their sense of belonging. The website features videos, skill-building activities, resources and information, including podcasts by campus experts.