Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement

CARE jumpstarts first-generation students’ college journey

Starting college can be an overwhelming experience for any student, especially for those who are the first in their families to do so. That’s why Florida State University’s Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement’s (CARE) Summer Bridge Program focuses on providing first-generation students with a strong network of support and campus engagement opportunities. Last week, […]

Engage 100: Connecting students beyond the classroom

College is a place for educational and personal growth, a place where students begin finding their place in the world. Florida State University is doing its part to help students during that process through its new initiative, Engage 100. The initiative is designed to enhance the student experience by connecting, engaging and challenging them from […]

Tech Fellows program provides summer internships to CARE students

Five Florida State University first-generation college students are spending their summer break working at top technology-based startup companies across the state of Florida thanks to the Tech Fellows program. The program is open to FSU students in the Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement (CARE) program, which serves first-generation college students and is part of […]

FSU partners with KIPP Jacksonville to strengthen admissions pipeline to underserved communities

Officials from Florida State University, the KIPP Foundation and KIPP Jacksonville announced a partnership between the university and the network of public charter schools to help provide more pathways to FSU for KIPP students in the Jacksonville area. FSU President John Thrasher and KIPP Executive Director Jennifer Brown signed a memorandum of understanding that would […]