Thousands of international students attend Florida State University every year, and while their main goal is to earn a degree, they’re also looking to learn about American culture and the English language.
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In every corner of the globe, FSU students, faculty and staff are connecting with different cultures and developing research partnerships. FSU is celebrating International Education Month this November to highlight the vast array of opportunities available to the FSU community both on and off campus.
Florida State University’s newest school — the Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship — will now become its newest college and the nation’s first stand-alone college of entrepreneurship.
The Florida State University Alumni Association recognized seven members of the FSU family during the Alumni Awards Gala Friday, Oct. 25, at the FSU Alumni Center Courtyard and Ballroom.
Florida State University will celebrate Homecoming Week with this year’s theme “Spark Your Spirit” through Sunday, Oct. 27. The week of festivities includes alumni events, a street parade and the annual Pow Wow pep rally.
For the past 20 years, the FSU Master Craftsman Studio has been adding to the campus’ natural and architectural splendor with hand-crafted artistic pieces. The university marked the studio’s 20-year anniversary with a celebration Oct. 9 at the Heritage Museum in Dodd Hall.
Family, friends and former colleagues of the late Professor Sir Harold Kroto honored the Nobel Laureate’s memory by dedicating the auditorium of the FSU Chemical Sciences Laboratory in his honor Oct. 4.
FSU honored alumnus James M. Seneff and the CNL Charitable FoundationSaturday at a celebration hosted by President John Thrasher and First Lady Jean Thrasher at the FSU President’s House. During the event, Seneff (BUS ’68) presented 16 students with medals signifying their elite status as James M. Seneff Scholars in the College of Business’ James […]
Florida State University has received the 2019 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the oldest and largest diversity-focused publication in higher education.
Florida State University students are graduating in four years at a record level, but some students encounter unexpected challenges that derail their plans to earn a degree. That’s where the FSU Graduation Planning and Strategies Office comes in.
Provost Sally McRorie and President John Thrasher were joined by Gov. Ron DeSantis and other guests at Florida State University’s historic Dodd Hall Monday morning to celebrate FSU’s ascent to No. 18 among national public universities in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.
Florida State University soared eight spots to No. 18 among national public universities in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, meeting and well exceeding its goal of joining the Top 25.