Campus Academic & Involvement Resources

What is available in a virtual/remote format in fall for all students?

FSU is here for all our students, whether they are in Tallahassee or attending their classes away from campus. Many virtual events, programs, and services are offered to make sure you can connect with FSU from anywhere, and you have access to the support services you need. Your success is our top priority!

FSU offers many campus services in-person for students who will be taking classes in Tallahassee/Panama City, FL. If you are more comfortable accessing support and services virtually, we have you covered.

  • Academic resources, like tutoring and advising, are available remotely.
  • Check out the campus engagement opportunities available to all FSU students through Welcome FSU in January and VirtualFSU all semester long.
  • Stay active and Find What Moves You with FSU Campus Recreation’s Active Anywhere wellness programs and workouts, available live and on-demand.

View a map with office hours and contact information for commonly-used student services at https://bit.ly/2WRHOgo


Tutoring/ Academic Support

Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)

  • The Academic Center for Excellence is a university learning center focused on helping students develop the study skills and success habits that are necessary in a large research university and valued by future employers. ACE offers peer tutoring, course-based tutoring, group tutoring, math drop-in tutoring, and study skills tutoring.

  • Website https://ace.fsu.edu/tutoring

  • Email tutor@fsu.edu

Reading-Writing Center & Digital Studio

FSU Libraries 

CARE (Center for Academic Retention and Enhancement)

  • The CARE Tutoring & Computer Lab provides encouragement and support that will enhance each students' academic success. The Lab provides academic support in small groups and individualized sessions. The staff are prepared to assist any student enrolled in the CARE program at FSU.

  • Tutoring information https://care.fsu.edu/CAREOnline

  • Email care@admin.fsu.edu


Academic Advising & Services
 

Academic Advising Information – Fall 2020 (including drop/add hours)

Find your Advisor

Advising First

  • Advising First is a network of professional academic advisors and college life coaches who support students as they establish and realize their personal, academic, and career goals at Florida State University. The primary focus of our program is to assist and guide students so they are retained at the University from time of enrollment through to graduation.

  • College Life Coaches are dedicated to helping students get the most out of their college experience. Pre-selected students will meet with a coach one-on-one twice per month, for the academic year. Each coach is committed to student development and success.

Dean’s Offices 

  • Dean’s offices provide students with information and services on all academic matters, including course drops, academic degree requirements and progress, course exemptions, academic standing (probation and dismissal), medical/mental health course drops and withdrawals, and enrollment in courses at other colleges and universities.

  • The Office of Undergraduate Studies serves as the academic dean’s office for most freshmen and sophomores.

  • Contact Info for Academic Dean’s Offices

Academic Program Guide 

Schedule Planner & Schedule Assistant (course registration)

  • Schedule Planner is a degree planning and registration application suite that is available for students. Use Degree Progress to simplify and personalize the degree planning process. The application provides a comprehensive list of degree requirements and makes it simple for students to select and plan courses for future terms. Use Schedule Assistant to search, select and enroll in classes, comparing schedule options to choose your idea course schedule.

  • https://undergrad.fsu.edu/academic-information/schedule-planner

College Life Coaching

  • College Life Coaches are dedicated to helping students get the most out of their college experience. With the belief that students are the experts in their own lives, Coaches offer support based on student’s individual needs. Students interested in meeting with a College Life Coach are welcome to access the program.  College Life Coaching has created Drop-In hours for virtual meetings in the fall semester. 

  • https://advisingfirst.fsu.edu/college-life-coaching/interested-college-life-coaching

Academic Engagement Opportunities

Center for Academic Retention & Enhancement (CARE)

Engage 100 

Transfer Student Services

Honors Program 

Center for Undergraduate Research & Academic Engagement (CRE)

Office of National Fellowships


Learning Online

Tips for Learning Online & Using Canvas/Zoom 

Testing Center


Virtual Events & Involvement Opportunities

FSU plans to offer many campus services in-person this fall for students who will be taking classes in Tallahassee. If you are more comfortable accessing support and services virtually, we have you covered.

 

Welcome Week

  • Join in for virtual events to welcome you to FSU from wherever you are! Check out the schedule for Welcome FSU (August 12-28, 2020).

VirtualFSU

  • Check out the campus engagement opportunities available to all FSU students through VirtualFSU all semester long.

Active Anywhere

  • Keep active and “Find What Moves You” with FSU Campus Recreation’s Active Anywhere wellness programs and workouts, available live and on-demand.


Other Tallahassee Campus Student Services

Office of the Registrar

Student Business Services 

Office of Financial Aid 

FS4U – Apply for FSU Scholarships

FSU Bookstore 


FSU Panama City Florida Campus Resources

FSU Panama City campus students are encouraged to contact the following resources/offices for support whether on campus or remote:

Panama City campus Academic Advising & Student Success Center

Panama City campus Peer Tutoring

Panama City campus Financial Aid office

Panama City Admissions & Records office

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