The Askew Student Life Center is located in the heart of FSU's campus and is home to a number of exciting and important student services.
The Student Life Cinema campus film series, programmed by student members of the SLC Film Committee, is presented in our state-of-the-art movie theatre with Dolby Digital surround sound, 35mm and digital projection, and stadium style seating. You can visit our Cyber Café & Lounge in between classes or before a movie to grab a cup of coffee at the GRINDHOUSE and hang out with friends, study, surf the net, or check out board games and console games free using your FSU Student I.D.
Located in Johnston Ground, the ground floor of the Johnston Building (WJB), the ACE Learning Studio provides free tutoring in many subject areas, including accounting, biology, chemistry, economics, math, statistics, physics, and more. Please call with any questions or to make an appointment (850-645-9151). We offer both drop-in and appointment based tutoring. Other services available include computer lab, laptops, iPads, and study rooms — stop by and see us soon to ensure that your semester progresses smoothly!
The Claude Pepper Center was established in 1997 as a result of a collaboration between the Florida State University, the Florida Legislature and the Claude Pepper Foundation. The Center houses The Pepper Foundation, The Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, The Pepper Library, a 5,000sq.ft museum and The Changing Art Gallery. The library and museum document Florida Senator & Congressman Claude Pepper's long and distinguished life from New Deal supporter to national spokesman for the elderly.
Every Friday, international and U.S. students, scholars, and faculty gather for free coffee and snacks at the International Center. It's a great place to meet new people from around the world, unwinding after a long week while listening to international music or simply engaging in good conversation.
The Fitness & Movement Clinic (FMC), Campus Recreation's newest facility, has 12,000 square feet of space dedicated to health and wellness. In addition to strength and cardio equipment, they offer a variety of training options, including personal training, small group training, and semi-private training. The facility also offers wellness testing services.
Florida State University has been paving the way since 1851. In October 2004, the university unveiled the first of four phases of Legacy Walk, a historical tour of campus that focuses on its architecture, sculpture and green spaces. The first segment of the Walk, the Eppes Phase, is named for the founder of the University, Francis Eppes. Encompassing the easternmost portion of campus, the Walk begins at the Eppes statue located near the entrance at the Westcott Building. The path is embedded with symbols and lined with bricks and banners guiding visitors past many of the oldest and most historic buildings on campus before terminating at Dodd Hall. Raised brick podia containing maps and important information about people and events are located at intervals along the walk.
The second phase, the Student Legacy Walk, begins at the Landis Green Legacy Fountain Sculptures. As the name suggests, the Student Legacy Walk passes through the core of student activity, highlighting student leaders of the past and serving as a living legacy to current and future students. Lined with banners depicting campus life, the Student Legacy Walk guides visitors from Landis Green north toward the Bellamy Building, around to newly renovated grounds behind the Crenshaw Building and Moore Auditorium, and circles the Integration Statue before wrapping around the Student Services Building and ending back at Landis.
For more information on the FSU Legacy Walk, contact the Office of University Relations at 850.644.1000.
Scale the climbing wall, spike a volleyball, swim, sun, or sail at the Rez! FSU's 73-acre lakefront property is a great afternoon getaway, just minutes from campus near the airport. Kayak, canoe, or try standup paddle boarding on Lake Bradford, all FREE for FSU students. Come out for a relaxing afternoon but leave a few things at home: Alcohol and pets are not allowed at the Rez!
Whether you plan to visit for a few hours or a few days, we suggest making the Visitor Center your first stop. We are open most weekdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm to help you with directions, maps, parking suggestions or other information.
Take advantage of FSU's on-campus fitness facilities to stay fit and well. Enjoy the gym, indoor track, pool, spas, racquetball and squash courts, cardiovascular and free weight areas, group fitness classes, and personal training services at the Leach Center. Or, visit the smaller Fitness & Movement Clinic in the Health & Wellness Center for more fitness and wellness options.
MoFA has a history of exciting projects–from lush painting to dynamic sculpture exhibitions, from challenging installations to provocative photography shows. Every season begins with an international competitive exhibition that embraces all media and every semester closes with the youth and exuberance of the graduating-artist exhibitions.
The Robert Manning Strozier Library, the University's main library, is located strategically in the center of the main campus and occupies seven floors. Its collection includes a wide variety of research materials, primarily in the humanities and social sciences.The Learning Commons is on the first floor of Strozier Library. Serving primarily undergraduate students, the LC contains a collection of resources and spaces designed to support student academic success and promote social connections.
The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) was established to serve as an advocate for Florida State students with disabilities and ensure that reasonable accommodations are provided. Florida State University is committed to providing a quality education to all qualified students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, veterans' status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or any other legally protected group status. Providing services to more than 5000 students, the Student Disability Resource Center is committed to ensuring the success of each Florida State University student. Through the provision of academic, housing, & dining accommodations, testing support, assistive technologies, and space for students to feel part of the FSU community, the SDRC creates an environment of success.