Florida State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (59)
FSU is a great school all around. The professors are very knowledgeable and most have office hours which provide a great oppurtunity for clarification. FSU alsohas great activities to get involved in outside of class as well.
As a former graduate student, I can only talk about my own department. FSU's Modern Languages and Linguistics department gave me an excellent education. I was impressed with the opportunities I had (e.g., research mentorship, grant funding, teaching instruction). The faculty and staff went out of their way to make sure I successfully completed my degree.
Attending Florida State University is the best choice I ever made. The campus feels like a community and has so many opportunities for students with all different interests. Go Noles!
The FAMU/FSU college of engineering provides a vast array or learning experiences. There are a number of undergraduate and graduate research opportunities for students to get involved with. Innovation park also provides partnerships with leading industry organizations. The professors on campus take your success personally.
My four years at Florida State University were the best years of my life. The educational, work, philanthropic and social experiences were more than I could've ever dreamed up. There are abundant opportunities for all students, so you can't go wrong by choosing FSU.
FSU's Library and Information Studies degree program prepared me for my career. I learned a variety of useful skills in a modern online classroom setting. The faculty and students I worked with are still professional contacts today.
Florida State is a wonderful learning environment. It has an amazing community behind it too. Tallahassee is also a really amazing place to live.
Excellent experience, excellent school. I wouldn't trade my time at FSU for anything.
Administrative support at my college wasn't great. Guidance counselors and career advisers had no idea what they were doing. However, the curriculum is far and beyond other schools'. I have learned this from interviewing interns at other Florida/Georgia schools and realized that the graduating classes from other schools have half-baked concepts and ideas of learning concepts and even what their major even means.
I loved going to FSU. A few people have ruined the reputation of a great university. FSU has so much to offer students. There are tons of majors to choose from with classes taught by some really wonderful professors. The university has a thriving Greek life, but there are also over 500 other clubs and organizations to join if you don't want to join a fraternity or sorority- honor's societies, skydiving clubs, service organizations and more. You can even help run the campus movie theater. FSU International Programs has study centers in the heart of London, England; Valencia, Spain; Florence, Italy; and Panama City, Panama. They also offer study programs in 11 other countries. I spent a summer abroad in London, and it was an absolutely incredible experience and the program was flawlessly run. FSU also has lots for students to do on campus. There's a movie theater that shows a great mix of classics and recent blockbusters and is free for students. There's a bowling alley, a pottery painting studio, and a club/ music venue in the student union. The FSU School of Theatre puts on top notch shows and musicals. There are two different gyms with tons of group exercise classes and free personal training. Of course, athletics and sporting events are a huge part of FSU, and all games are free to students. I loved going to Florida State. I'm so proud to be a Seminole. I made my best friends at FSU and wouldn't trade my time here for anything. It's a great place to go to college with so many options for every person and interest.