FSU is committed to providing undergraduates with the highest quality education in an environment that nurtures personal growth. Our undergraduate programs are grounded in a strong liberal arts tradition. Students may choose from degree offerings in more than 190 different fields of study.
The Division of Undergraduate Studies serves as the academic home for most freshmen and sophomore students, while fifteen colleges and schools provide for the academic needs of junior and senior students. Undergraduates are encouraged to meet with their academic advisors on a regular basis and should feel free to drop in to any of our Advising First locations, including those in the William Johnston Building, the University Union, or Strozier Library, where evening and weekend advising is available.
Use these pages to learn how to navigate smoothly toward graduation. Find out about the services, programs, and activities available to students, as well as the many opportunities for involvement on campus and in the broader community.
If you can't find the information that you need, ask. Ask your advisor, your dean, or any of the helpful people that staff the offices serving undergraduate students campus-wide.