The Florida State community comes together to celebrate homecoming 2018 with the annual parade through campus.
With nearly 200 people in attendance, President Thrasher, and dozens of black alumni attend the official ribbon cutting for the new Black Student Union.
Scorpions can be found at every corner of the globe and on six of the seven continents, from the southern tip of South America to the arid expanse of the Sahara Desert. That makes any rigorous accounting of the world’s venomous scorpions — and their various effects on human beings — an extremely tall […]
Florida State University announced that it has successfully completed the most ambitious fundraising campaign in university history. Florida State launched Raise the Torch: The Campaign for Florida State in July 2010 with a goal of raising $1 billion. FSU reached and exceeded that lofty goal with $1,158,665,865 in gifts and pledges received from donors and […]
Florida State University welcomed His Excellency President Mokgweetsi Masisi of the Republic of Botswana for an official visit Thursday, where he was greeted by President John Thrasher while the Marching Chiefs played “Seminole Uprising” and Botswana’s national anthem on the steps of Ruby Diamond Concert Hall.
Before Florida State University classes even started this fall, a select group of incoming students got acquainted to Tallahassee and campus community through a more non-academic approach known as SLS.
Members of the Florida State University Class of 2022 were welcomed, challenged, inspired and introduced to university traditions during New Student Convocation.
The Graduate School Dean, Mark Riley, welcomes new graduate students to Florida State University for a special orientation to the university.
Florida State University’s College of Medicine welcomes first-year medical students into medical school with its annual white coat ceremony. For more information visit med.fsu.edu
Florida State University celebrates the class of 2018 during its Summer Commencement ceremonies. The graduates hear words of encouragement from FSU Trustee Jorge Gonzalez. For more visit news.fsu.edu
Students and their professor are working on the first archaeological dig in 10 years at the living history museum that was the shared community of Spanish priests and the Apalachee. They are excavating the former location of a Spanish house that may have also been the spot of an Apalachee structure.