Gov. Ron DeSantis and other state officials joined President John Thrasher, longtime faculty, key administrators and staff members, and high-achieving students at Florida State University’s historic Dodd Hall 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. It’s the greatest single-year improvement in university history. The rankings appear in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges 2020” guidebook.
Florida State University is enjoying unprecedented achievements across the university thanks to a focus on its students and their ability to achieve their collegiate goals.
FSU Graduation Planning and Strategies Office (GPS), established in 2017, has helped 635 students re-enroll and graduate after leaving the university without completing their degree.
Kalisa Villafana made school history as Florida State University’s first black female graduate to earn a doctoral degree in nuclear physics.
The College of Medicine’s ‘What if?’ questions could help Florida communities tackle cancer disparities. Backed by a $800,000 research grant, Florida State University researchers will use big-data analytics to bridge the gaps in cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Florida State University retail entrepreneurship honor student Brooke Garringer has distinguished herself as an exceptional student, creative laboratory researcher, leader in the FSU Flying High Circus and acrobatics coach for children.
A Florida State University professor’s five-year research project has opened a new window of understanding about the brutal murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in 1955 that became a catalyst of the civil rights movement.
Florida State University students participate in Service Leadership Seminar a week before classes begin. SLS is a five-day experience that focuses on community service, identity and leadership development.
Members of the Florida State University Class of 2023 — the largest class of first-year students in university history — were introduced to university traditions during New Student Convocation at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.
The Graduate School Dean, Mark Riley, welcomes the largest group of new graduate students to Florida State University for a special orientation.