- Who We Are:
- Office of Undergraduate Studies - your Dean's Office
- Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)
- Advising First - Undergraduate Advising
- Community College Relations
- Degree in 3
- Freshman Interest Groups
- Honors Program
- Living Learning Communities
- Office of National Fellowships
- Office of Retention
- Student Athlete Academic Support
- Office of Undergraduate Research
- Of Special Interest:
Student Athlete Academic Support
Athletic Academic Support Mission Statement
The primary focus of the Athletic Academic Support Program is to provide an environment which facilitates the academic success of each student athlete. Student success is encouraged through competent academic counseling, study skills development, individualized assessment and support, and a wide array of tutorial services.
An Overview of an Award-Winning Academic Support Program
Academic, personal, and professional support are essential to college success. At The Florida State University, we have developed an outstanding support program which enables student athletes to reach their full potential.
Our program operates on a "proactive" rather than "reactive" approach. Our academic staff does not wait for crises to occur. We gather important background information on each entering student athlete, build an academic profile, and develop individualized support programs which are tailored to the unique needs of each student athlete. We also stay informed on the daily progress of the student athletes through consistent communication with our faculty.
The academic support unit is housed in the $126 million dollar, state-of-the-art University Center Complex in the Moore Athletic Center. It includes staff offices, private tutor rooms, meeting areas and a computer lab with 34 computers. In addition, a Learning Center located on the 9th floor of the University Center is also used for tutoring and individual meetings with one of 3 Learning Specialists in a high-tech environment with an additional 10 computers for student-athlete use. In all, more than 60 computers are available to the student-athletes.