New Graduate Student Orientation
The fall 2020 New Graduate Student orientation will be online
Welcome to our FSU Community
To facilitate a smooth transition into graduate education at Florida State University, here is some helpful information about New Graduate Student Orientation, the FSU community, resources available, and a checklist of must-dos.
Thinking about Grad School?
Are you considering pursuing your graduate education but still have a few questions? Visit our Prospective Students Page to receive more information about graduate school and resources available to you!
Need additional funding?
The Office of Graduate Fellowships and Awards assists current Florida State University students with identifying and applying for external fellowships, scholarships, grants, and awards!
The Graduate School offers a wide range of workshops designed to equip students to achieve their educational goals.
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The Graduate Bulletin is a document that records the university's policies, procedures, admission requirements, and more.
A list of colleges, schools, departments, institutes and administrative units at FSU to help you find the appropriate coordinator/staff member.
Select graduate assistants and fellows will be provided a health insurance subsidy towards the purchase of the university sponsored health insurance plan.
Every full-time student must show proof of comparable health insurance.
Currently, more than 8,500 students are pursuing graduate and professional degrees at Florida State University. FSU offers roughly 121 master’s, 78 doctoral, and a variety of specialist, joint, combined and pathway programs. Questions regarding specific program requirements should be directed to the Graduate Coordinator of your department and/or college/unit.