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One of the nation’s elite research universities, Florida State University preserves, expands, and disseminates knowledge in the sciences, technology, arts, and humanities. We embrace a philosophy of learning that is strongly rooted in the traditions of the liberal arts and critical thinking. FSU’s welcoming campus is located on the oldest continuous site of higher education in Florida, and our community fosters free inquiry and embraces diversity.

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Tallahassee Campus Tour

Welcome to Florida State University! You can explore FSU’s 485-acre campus in Tallahassee, Florida. We’re tucked into Florida’s Big Bend off I-10, and the white-sand beaches of the Gulf are only 60 miles away via beautiful, live-oak canopy roads. Enjoy everything nature has to offer in our Red Hills region while still having the conveniences of living in a thriving town. Not only is Tallahassee the state’s capital, but it offers amazing cuisine, award-winning parks, miles and miles of walking and biking trails, as well as cultural events occurring all year-round.

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A tour of the on-campus housing at the Tallahassee campus.

Panama City Campus Tour

Welcome to Florida State University Panama City! You can explore FSU’s 26-acre regional campus in Bay County, Florida, home of “The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches.” While the area’s white sandy beaches, emerald green waters, and 320 days of sunshine a year attract thousands of visitors year-round, about 185,000 residents live in the county full-time. With the campus’s shady oaks and a beautiful view of North Bay, it is an ideal setting to make life-long friends, discover new talents, and become the person you are meant to be.

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With four permanent campuses and 50 part-time programs operating on five continents, Florida State University’s global reach is so wide its International Programs Office is authorized to process U.S. passport applications.

How did FSU, based in Tallahassee , come to be such a collegiate colossus? A visit to its Heritage Museum helps to explain. The Museum preserves “the student experience on campus” by showing off the small artifacts that reveal the giant ways in which FSU has grown in stature and international influence since its modest beginnings in 1851.

The Museum’s focal point is the stunning Werkmeister Window, a 22-foot-tall stained glass tribute to FSU’s rich history and the spirit symbolized by its mascot, the Seminole Indian. The window took a decade to build and contains more than 10,000 individual pieces.

The  FSU Master Craftsman Studio continues to create commemorative windows for the Heritage Museum and other venues both on and off campus. Studio students and teachers make their magic adjacent to the Gaines Street roundabout, where they can be inspired by the sight of their newest and most spectacular sculpture. The 40-foot-tall configuration of glass and metal and light was commissioned by the City of Tallahassee and christened “Declaration” to honor the community’s commitment to all things Seminole. 

The Studio accepts commissions from private individuals as well as public bodies for statuary, busts, mosaics, glass art, paper moldings and even custom handmade pens.

Those who love art, architecture, and history never grow tired of FSU’s self-guided Monuments and Memorials Trail. All you need is a water bottle, walking shoes and the FSU history department’s fact-filled road map .

The Museum of Fine Arts , with its extensive permanent collection and frequent special exhibitions, is a great place to be on a rainy afternoon. The MFA begins its season with an international competitive exhibition and ends with the works of graduating student artists. In between, prepare to be surprised by exhibitions that challenge and delight both novices and experts.

While you’re in the Fine Arts building, stop by the box office and see what’s coming up in the way of theater, dance and music. FSU’s performing arts programs are farm teams for New York, the West End, and Hollywood. At FSU, the best seats in the Fallon Theater go for the price of a movie, and student recitals and open rehearsals in the intimate  Opperman Music Hall are often free, and always a priceless chance to snap a selfie with the stars of tomorrow.  

Flying skeletons? of course! It's the Florida State University Flying High Circus Halloween weekend performance.

Flying skeletons? of course! It's the Florida State University Flying High Circus Halloween weekend performance.

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Everybody loves a circus, and FSU is one of only two universities in the United States that has one. The  FSU Flying High Circus has been thrilling audiences of all ages since 1947. It’s the three-ring real thing, performing several times a year under its own Big Top. Student volunteers rig the trapezes, sew the costumes and fly through the air for the sheer joy of making audiences deliriously happy.

Another great experience is a tour of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory . The Mag Lab is the crown jewel in FSU’s academic treasure chest. Whether you’re looking to spark a child’s interest or rekindle your own youthful romance with science, the Mag Lab will not disappoint.

The Seminole football team is just the front row of a very deep athletic bench. Everyone from old-school baseball fans to recent converts to sand volleyball can find extraordinary athletes to root for. Learn about FSU’s athletic history at the Coyle E. Moore Athletic Center , located on the north side of Doak Campbell Stadium. Exhibits include FSU’s Hall of Fame and displays celebrating the football team’s national championships.

The women’s soccer team plays home games in the state-of-the-art Seminole Soccer Complex.  From there, it’s a short walk to the FSU Softball Complex, Dick Howser Baseball Stadium and the Mike Long Track.  FSU’s tennis teams, along with collegiate, community, and professional tournaments, hold court in the 1,000-seat Scott Speicher Tennis Center, which earned a “Top Notch” facility award from the United States Tennis Association.

Spectators are welcome to bring their own lawn chairs to the sand volleyball courts. FSU will be gunning for a spot in the NCAA-sanctioned National Sand Volleyball Championship tournament.

For those who prefer indoor sports, follow the crowds of student and local supporters to the basketball court at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center or the cavernous volleyball venue, Tully Gym. The action is fast and the fans are enthusiastic.

Feel like curling up with a good book? Ask anyone on campus to point you to the Robert Manning Strozier Library. Show your photo ID, and head to the second floor Norwood Reading Room with its soothing bird’s-eye view of Landis Green, which, on a sunny spring day, offers another welcoming venue for reading, strolling or tossing a Frisbee. 

FSU is known for infusing all its academic programs with a good dose of entrepreneurship, so it’s not surprising that even the smallest departments, clubs and sports teams have their own social media presence. It’s easy for anyone, anywhere, to know everything there is to do any day at FSU. Communications professor Mark Zeigler keeps his Twitter followers – 3,600 and growing – up to date on the highlights. Seminole fans will tell you the best way to see the FSU Marching Chiefs is in person at football games, and the second-best way is to watch on Periscope when Zeigler tweets out a video of field practice for the band’s next show.

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During your student's time at Florida State University, they can accomplish a lot: meet some of their closest friends, graduate with their Bachelor’s Degree, or even land their dream job. It’s no doubt that your student is at college in order to gain an education and experience, but who says they can’t have fun doing it? Here’s a compiled list of 50 “must-dos” on campus before your student graduates. How many has your student checked off?

  • Celebrate FSU’s birthday with New Student & Family Programs.
  • Take a picture with the Garnet and Gold guys.
  • Study in Strozier.
  • Attend an FSU football game.
  • Take a class in HCB.
  • Take a picture in front of the Unconquered Statue at the football stadium.
  • Celebrate your 21st Birthday at Westcott Fountain.
  • Participate in The Center for Leadership and Social Change’s Social Change Symposium.
  • Try all of the dining options in 1851.
  • Walk through FSU’s Legacy Walk.
  • Be active on the Old IM Fields.
  • Attend an FSU baseball or softball game.
  • Eat at the Suwannee Room dining hall.
  • Apply for the Torchbearer 100.
  • Participate in FSU Homecoming.
  • Attend a Flying High Circus show.
  • Start your morning with a coffee from Sweet Shop.
  • Enjoy an afternoon on Landis Green.
  • Walk up Diffenbaugh Hill.
  • Attend the President’s Ice Cream Social.
  • Take your first-day-of-school pictures with New Student & Family Programs on Landis.
  • Take an exercise class at the Leach.
  • Go to a career fair hosted by The Career Center.
  • Catch a movie at the Askew Student Life Center.
  • Go to an event hosted by the Academic Center for Excellence.
  • Participate in FSU’s Great Give.
  • Attend an FSU women’s soccer game.
  • Join the FSU Student Alumni Association.
  • Explore FSU's Labryinth and reflect on your time at FSU or your plans for the future.
  • Take graduation photos at Westcott Fountain.
  • Visit FSU’s Integration Statue.
  • Attend a men’s or women’s basketball game.
  • Visit the Heritage Museum inside Dodd Hall.
  • Go to an event hosted by the SGA agencies.
  • Have a late-night meal at The Den.
  • Grab lunch in between classes from Mom and Pop’s Hot Dog Stand.
  • Take a weekend and visit the Rez.
  • Learn the Fight Song.
  • Join an intramural sports team.
  • Visit Oglesby Union.
  • Go see a musical or play with FSU’s School of Theatre.
  • Visit the Museum of Fine Arts.
  • Listen to The More You Nole podcast hosted by FSU Admissions.
  • Go to Market Wednesday.
  • Participate in a philanthropy like Dance Marathon, The Big Event, or Relay for Life.
  • Vote in the SGA election.
  • Pick up a copy of FSView.
  • Buy some FSU merchandise from the FSU Bookstore on campus.
  • Attend the Campus Crawl (day before the first home football game) or Skull Session (3 hours before kick-off for home football games) and support the Marching Chiefs.
  • Go to an event hosted by Club Downunder/Union Productions.

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The Department of Student Support and Transitions supports, connects, and empowers all students as they navigate their academic and personal journeys.

We welcome students and family members to connect with the Department of Student Support and Transitions if you are experiencing a crisis or just need someone to talk through a problem or experience you are having at Florida State University.

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Transportation & Parking Services

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FSU's bus service, Seminole Express, runs throughout campus and is also available for visitors free of charge. Visit the Seminole Express Bus Service page for more details.

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Visitor Parking Lot:  Visitor parking is available at the University Center next to the FSU Visitors' Center . Parking is $2 per hour, with a max of $10 per day.

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Daily Visitor Permit:  Visitor parking permits are available for purchase here: permits.parking.fsu.edu . These permits may be purchased for $6/daily. Vehicles with visitor permits may park in any non-gated faculty/staff space as well as student spaces.

Semesterly Visitor Permits:  Visitor parking permits are available for purchase here: permits.parking.fsu.edu . These permits may be purchased for $65/semester. Vehicles with visitor permits may park in any non-gated faculty/staff space (red lines) as well as student spaces (white lines).    Requires vacating Booster lots on home football game weekends - review map here for details .

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FSU | College of Business

College of Business

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Visit the College of Business

The College of Business' Student Engagement Office hosts a 30-minute, in-person tour on select Fridays during the fall and spring semesters, starting at 11:00 a.m. Tours are hosted by business student ambassadors who are members of the college's Student Leadership Council . Guests will tour the Rovetta Business Building (RBB) and Rovetta Business Annex (RBA), current home to the College of Business.

Register for a Tour

To provide all guests with the best possible experience, we limit the number of guests for each tour. Pre-registration is required at least three (3) business days prior to your visit to confirm availability.

The College of Business uses Eventbrite for scheduling tours. Each tour is limited by capacity. If the particular session you would like to attend is already full, you may request to be added to its waitlist.

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About Our Location

The College of Business is located in the Rovetta Business Building (RBB) and the Rovetta Business Annex (RBA), which is in the northeast section of Florida State University’s downtown Tallahassee main campus of 463 acres. The college can easily be reached from the Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH) via taxi or rental car within 15 minutes. It is a 16 minute drive (9.5 miles) by car from I-10 West.

Metered visitor parking is available in the Call Street parking lot or Woodward Avenue parking garage. Both locations are a short distance from the college. Utilizing the Florida State University map , both parking locations as well as the college’s Rovetta Business Building A and Rovetta Business Building B can be located through the search feature.

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Plan Your Visit

We would love to see you on campus! The College of Music Admissions Office offers daily admission information sessions and tours, and the  FSU Visitor Center  offers campus tours as well. If you plan to visit, we will be happy to help you build your itinerary in order to experience as much as possible while you are here. We look forward to meeting you!

Cant make it to campus? Weekly information sessions are hosted via Zoom throughout the week. 

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Visiting Florida State University (FSU) depends on a number of factors, including the season, your schedule, and a lot of uncontrollable variables. We recommend you visit Florida State University (FSU) twice if you’re serious about enrolling – at least one visit should be when students are on campus and school is in session. Be sure to take note of the town of Tallahassee as well. Remember that Tallahassee is also catering to 32229 students, so think critically about whether the community would feel too big or too small for your personal liking.

Where do families stay when they visit Florida State University (FSU)?

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What do families do in Tallahassee when they visit Florida State University (FSU)?

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College of Nursing

Visit the college.

The College of Nursing Student Services and Success office host a 1 hour, in person tour on select dates during the Fall and Spring semesters. Tours are hosted by student ambassadors of the College of Nursing who are members of the College of Nursing Leadership Council. Guest will tour Duxbury Hall (DUX), the current home to the College of Nursing, and our simulation labs.

REGISTRATION

To provide all guests with the best possible experience, we limit the number of guests for each tour. Pre-registration is required at least three (3) business days prior to your visit to confirm availability.

About our location

The College of Nursing is located in Duxbury Hall (DUX) which is in the center of campus, southeast of the FSU Student Union on Florida State University’s downtown Tallahassee main campus. The college can easily be reached from the Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH) via taxi or rental car within 15 minutes. It is a 16 minute drive (9.5 miles) by car from I-10 West. Visitor parking is available at Woodward Parking garage located on Woodward Avenue directly adjacent to Duxbury Hall. Utilizing the Florida State University map , the College of Nursing can be found alphabetically under Duxbury Hall (DUX).

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Visit and Experience FSU Panama City

At FSU Panama City, we offer a student-centered education that inspires the academically motivated, intellectually curious, and socially conscious student seeking opportunities at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

Preeminent university.

Florida State University, designated a preeminent university in the state of Florida, is one of the most respected research and learning institutions in the country.

Our classes are taught by nationally recognized faculty that provide a unique and focused attention to each student in an intimate classroom environment. Our campus currently offers 13 bachelor's degrees, six master's degrees and two certificate programs.

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Veteran Friendly

Additionally, Florida State University’s vision is to be the most veteran friendly and empowering university in the nation. The FSU Panama City Campus strives to ease the transition of veterans from military service to campus life and foster a culture that supports and prepares veterans for rewarding careers in the civilian world.

We encourage prospective students and their families to visit our beautiful Campus on the Coast and invite you to schedule an opportunity to experience our campus first-hand. During your visit, students, family members and groups will have an opportunity to interact directly with our distinguished faculty, experience our innovative classrooms and laboratories and participate in exciting demonstrations and other campus resources. You will learn about our academic program, student life, history, traditions, and experience our Seminole pride firsthand. Contact us soon for a personalized tour that we can tailor to your academic interests and needs and meet our Admissions Team in the process.

Our Admission Officers are also available to visit high schools, community and state colleges, as well as community–sponsored events in the Bay County area.

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Take time to look around our campus with a virtual tour. You can explore FSU’s 26-acre regional campus in Bay County, Florida, home of “The World’s Most Beautiful Beaches.” 

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To register for an in-person or group campus tour, please include:

  • Day/date you wish to visit (Monday through Friday)
  • A tour time that would work best for you between the hours of 8:30 am  and 4:30 pm

We are excited that you are considering our Campus on the Coast and look forward to your visit!

FSU Admissions & Records Team Florida State University Panama City Campus 108 Barron Building 850-770-2160

    Email Us to Plan Your Visit

Email us and provide details of who is planning to visit and when you'd like to come to campus. We'll work with you to personalize the tour to meet your academic interests and needs. You'll also learn about the application process, admission requirements, scholarships and financial aid. We're here to answer all your questions.

Also, keep an eye out for our Admission Officers . They visit high schools, community and state colleges, as well as community-sponsored events in Northwest Florida, Southern Alabama and Georgia.

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The Visitor Center

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Florida State University to host second Festival of the Creative Arts

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The Florida State University Office of Research presents the Festival of the Creative Arts , a campus-wide collaborative event highlighting the diverse voices, talents and creativity of FSU faculty and students.

Departments from across campus will come together throughout February to celebrate innovation and diversity that results from combining various modes of expression and subjects.

“The festival is a celebration of the creative talent, ongoing research and innovation on our campus,” said Professor of Organ Iain Quinn, who is the festival’s director and the university’s Research Fellow in the arts and humanities. “The Festival of the Creative Arts has a special focus on interdisciplinary collaborations with first performances, symposia, multi-media events, a film screening and events for children. We were thrilled with the response to the inaugural festival and look forward to welcoming audiences back to campus for these special events.”

This year’s events include two premieres, including a new composition by FSU Assistant Professor of Composition Liliya Ugay based on a text by Professor of English David Kirby.

All events are free and open to the public.

For more information, visit  research.fsu.edu/fca.

A list of events includes:

Friday, Feb. 2

Science and words.

Why do we read science fiction? How does it challenge and nurture our culture in ways other fiction might not? What do scientists think about this fiction? Come and join the conversation.

3-4:30 p.m. Claude Pepper Center 636 W. Call Street

Saturday, Feb. 3

Odes to dance.

This is the premiere performance of a new work involving faculty and students in dance, music and poetry, as well as a special collaboration with the FSU-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.

“Odes to Dance” honors the FSU School of Dance’s 90/60/20 celebration. This academic year marks 90 years of dance classes at FSU, 60 years of dance degrees and 20 years since the founding of the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography.

5–6:15 p.m. Nancy Smith Fichter Dance Theatre, School of Dance 130 Collegiate Loop

Tuesday, Feb. 20

Arts & health symposium ii.

The second part of an FSU research symposium on therapy and lifestyle. Faculty and students from art, dance, interior architecture and design, medicine, music, and nursing continue conversations about current research and future interdisciplinary collaborations.

9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Claude Pepper Center 636 W. Call Street

Friday, Feb. 23

Public influence – eleanor roosevelt, dante, the beatles.

What does it mean to influence the public perception of a critical issue? Come and join the conversation with faculty as we consider the influence of these seminal figures in society.

1-3 p.m. Claude Pepper Center 636 W. Call Street

Saturday, Feb. 24

Sing with the symphony.

Come and sing in a premiere with the University Symphony Orchestra and University Choirs! Poet David Kirby has written a new text, “Happy Chemicals,” which has been set to music by composer Liliya Ugay and will be sung by the audience. Premiere of Eren Gümrükçüoglu’s The Seminole Overture, music of Berlioz and Korngold’s Violin Concerto.

Open to all ages.

10:30-11:45 a.m. Ruby Diamond Concert Hall 222 S. Copeland St.

Discover Tallahassee

A special event for children ages 5-12. Learn about the work of FSU’s newly created Native American and Indigenous Studies Center and then join a rotation through art and music. Be creative and enjoy what you’ve learned in a fun environment!

12–1:30 p.m. William Johnston Building 143 Honors Way

A special opportunity to see a preview of acts that will be featured in the FSU Flying High Circus spring performance this April. Live music played by the FSU Early and World Music Ensembles.

1:30–2 p.m. Landis Green near the William Johnston Building

Ruby in Paradise

A screening of Ashley Judd’s debut film, directed by Victor Nuñez. The story of a young woman who moves from Tennessee to begin a new life in coastal Florida. Rated R. The screening is followed by a discussion with the director.

6-8:45 p.m. Askew Student Life Center 942 Learning Way

Sunday, Feb. 25

Art and nature.

Explore the relationship between art and nature. An interdisciplinary evening of poetry readings, musical performances, and presentations on artists and climate change, and Goethe and the metamorphosis of nature.

7-8:30 p.m. Longmire Recital Hall 125 Convocation Way

Wednesday, Feb. 28

Interlocking art – multi-medium gala.

Club Downunder and Student Engagement present an evening of student creativity. Performances by an FSU Student Jazz Combo together with exhibits from students in The Department of Interior Architecture and Design, large projected digital animations from Department of Art students, and a fashion show led by student organizations.

6-8 p.m. FSU Student Union 75 N. Woodward Ave.

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