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.
The Big Story
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.
Forty-nine incoming freshmen discovered how they can create positive, sustainable change around Florida State — and the world — by participating in the annual Service Leadership Seminar, the week before the fall semester.
Florida State University welcomes its largest freshman class in school history as the new academic year kicks off Monday, Aug. 26. The class of about 6,900 first-year students also is one of the brightest and most diverse.
Florida State University’s Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement (CARE) focuses on providing first-generation students with a strong network of support and campus engagement opportunities.
Florida State University graduates celebrated milestones and reflected on the opportunities FSU provided them during summer commencement held Friday, August 2, and Saturday, August 3.
Five Florida State University assistant professors have received highly competitive CAREER awards from the National Science Foundation for their significant early career accomplishments in research and education.
Florida State University researchers received a record level of funding from federal, state and private sources in the 2019 fiscal year, bringing in $233.6 million to the university to support investigations into areas such as health sciences, high energy physics and marine biology.
Seven Florida State University faculty members will fan out across the world during the 2019-2020 school year to teach and conduct research as part of opportunities funded by the U.S. Fulbright Scholar Program.
Terry Coonan sits behind a big desk. Hundreds of sheets of paper are organized into neat stacks on top of it, and he’ll tell you that there’s a special story attached to each one.