Programs

ACE Learning Center

We offer free tutoring and academic support in the ACE Learning Studio at Johnston Ground (WJB). We also assist students with time management, organizational strategies, effective note making, exam preparation, learning strategies, and other tools for success in college.

Advising First

Our mission is to provide a network of professional academic advisors and success coaches who support students as they establish and realize their personal, academic, and career goals at Florida State University. Advisor Search

Associate in Arts Degree

Find out how to get your A.A. Degree here.

Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE)

The Florida State University Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement (CARE) provides preparation, orientation, and academic support programming for students who are among the first in their family to attend college

Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement(CRE)

The Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement promotes and supports the engagement of FSU undergraduates in research and creative projects with the supervision or collaboration of FSU faculty.

Degree in Three

Degree in Three is a special program designed to assist students who wish to graduate in less than four years. It is most appropriate for students who enter the university with college credits earned through dual enrollment or through credit by exam, especially if those credits relate to their majors of choice.

Freshman Interest Groups

A Freshman Interest Group (FIG) is a pre-packaged cluster of high-demand freshman courses. There are several advantages to registering for a FIG. Find out about them here.

Honors Program

The University Honors Program provides an enriched curriculum and special opportunities for exceptional, high-achieving students.

Limited Access Programs

A limited access program utilizes selective admission to limit program enrollment. Limited access status is justified where student demand exceeds available resources (student/faculty ratios, instructional facilities, equipment, or specific accrediting requirements). Criteria for selective admission include indicators of ability, performance, creativity, or talent to complete required work within the program. Admission to such programs is governed by the Articulation Agreement and by the Board of Regents' rules.

Living Learning Communities

A living-learning community (LLC) is a group of students with shared interests, living and taking one of their classes together in residence hall space reserved exclusively for them.

National Fellowships

Our office helps students to pursue opportunities for enrichment by providing information and support throughout the fellowship application process. Through one-on-one mentoring and direct assistance for over 60 nationally competitive fellowships, we help students to identify and achieve their academic, public service, creative, and leadership goals.

Student Athlete Support

The primary focus of the Athletic Academic Support Program is to provide an environment which facilitates the academic success of each student athlete.

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