Students

The College of Arts and Sciences is excited to welcome you back for the Fall 2020 semester. We are here to assist you, regardless of if you are enrolled in face-to-face or online courses.

We know you may have questions, so we have compiled a comprehensive list of FAQs that aim to address many common undergraduate situations.

If you have specific questions, email as-advising@fsu.edu from your FSU email address. Please do not duplicate your efforts in contacting us, as this will only delay response.

Access the latest university information related to developments and recommendations from the CDC, WHO, and the Florida Department of Health on the Florida State Coronavirus dashboard.

To review the Florida Board of Governor’s guidelines for Fall semester, visit the Fall 2020 Plan Page.


Orientation 2021

We welcome newly admitted students. Once you have completed orientation through FSU New Student and Family Programs, watch this video to learn more about the College of Arts and Sciences and your responsibilities as a student.

Trouble viewing the video? Download the PowerPoint presentation.


Undergraduate Information

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Undergraduate students at the FSU College of Arts and Sciences enter the largest college here at Florida State University, with the availability to choose from a wide range of degree programs that are offered from many of our Departments, Programs, and Centers. The Undergraduate Advising Office strives to provide all Arts and Sciences students with accurate information regarding academic matters in a friendly and timely manner. Academic advisers in the College of Arts and Sciences are here to assist students with developing and implementing academic planning to support them in attaining their educational and professional goals.  


Graduate Information

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At the highest level, graduate students at the FSU College of Arts and Sciences are setting the standards of tomorrow. Choose from a wide range of degree programs that are offered from many of our Departments, Programs, and Centers. The Graduate Advising Office strives to provide all Arts and Sciences students with accurate information regarding academic matters in a friendly and timely manner. Academic advisers in the College of Arts and Sciences are here to assist students with developing and implementing academic planning to support them in attaining their educational and professional goals.

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