Academic Calendar: registration dates & academic deadlines.
Academic Regulations and Procedures: Fees & Liability with registration and schedules.
Canvas Support Center: Help for issues with related to Canvas.
Enrollment Information: This is a great website for students starting at FSU. Information is provided on anything from activating your FSUID, international student information, housing to the Academic Calendar and the Graduate student handbook.
Geography Website: Everything you need to know about your program of study.
Global Center for Engagement: The CGE provides orientation, immigration advising, and ongoing support to international students. If you select the “International Students Tab” you can find information on Living in Tallahassee, Housing, Health, Funding and many more helpful links!
Graduate School: University Information for new/current grade students including policies, funding & awards, and the Graduate Student Handbook.
Registration Guide: enrollment appointments, the academic calendar, exam schedules, university notices, and academic information.
Religious Observance Policy: Policies and related resources for religious holy days.
Student Business Services (SBS): Tuition and fees, debt management, student account service help.
University Calendar: Overview of Important dates and Legal Holidays.
Health and Wellness Services
Adult Learning Evaluation Center (ALEC): Provides evaluations for college students and other adults who may be experiencing scholastic difficulties due to a learning disability, ADHD, and/or other mental health difficulties that may negatively affect one’s academic performance.
Case Management Services: The Case Manager works with individuals to provide emotional support, counseling, advocacy, and to identify immediate needs, making appropriate referrals to campus and community resources.
Counseling Center: Free service to FSU students that offers a number of services for student’s individual, group and couples counseling, alcohol and other drug assessments, anxiety management programs, peer to peer support, and emergency walk in appointments.
Food for Thought Pantry: Provides FREE food for students who are facing food insecurity.
Health and Wellness Center: University Health Services, Student Health Insurance.
Office of Accessibility Resources: OAS can provide academic and other accommodations if needed for specific disabilities.
ProfessioNOLE Clothing Closet: The Clothing Closet provides a way for students to access FREE professional attire appropriate for career fairs, interviews, and the workplace.
Report FSU: Report information regarding incidents or concerning behavior happening in the FSU community.
Victim Advocate Program: If you or someone you care about has been a victim of a crime.
Discrimination & Misconduct
Contact information for Campus Resources: Contact information for Discrimination & Misconduct.
Confidential Reporters: If you want to discuss sexual discrimination/sexual harassment/sexual misconduct issues on a completely confidential basis, you can speak with the following campus resources. (There are some exceptions to confidentiality, e.g., harm to yourself or others, child abuse, elder abuse or abuse of the disabled): Victim Advocate Program, University Counseling & Psychological Services, Employee Assistance Program, University Health Center.
Human Resources (FSU): Forms can be found here to make an informal/formal complaint in the event of discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veterans’ status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other legally protected group status.
KnowMore: Support, Response and Prevention; Handles Title IX sexual misconduct complaints, provides a supportive environment for those in need and for reporting misconduct.
Title IX – Title IX Sexual Misconduct Statement, Policies, & FAQ.
Report FSU: This site allows you to share important information regarding incidents or concerning behavior happening in the Florida State University community.
Funding & Awards: Fellowships & Grants, External Funding, & additional financial information.
Financial Aid: Apply for financial aid and FAFSA information.
Health Insurance Subsidy: Important information including timelines for the Health Subsidy Benefit. This benefit helps eligible graduate students (those students with a graduate assistant appointment meeting certain criteria) pay for health insurance.
- Asian American Student Union
- Arab Student Union
- Black Student Union
- Hispanic/Latinx Student Union
- The Jewish Student Union
- Pride Student Union
- Veterans Student Union
- Women Student Union
Interfaith Council – Organization of religious communities who come together from a wide variety of religious traditions to share a common interest in the free expression of religious faith in the life of the University