The below list of frequently used resources is provided for your convenience. For a comprehensive list of all resources available to FSU new and continuing undergraduate and graduate students, visit the FSU Division of Student Affairs website.

The Academic Center for Excellence is a university learning center, focused on helping students develop study skills and success habits necessary in a large research university and that are valued by future employers. Access tutoring, workshops, and more in an inspiring academic environment.

The Academic Program Guide contains the detailed course requirements for all majors at Florida State. Compare majors, browse bachelor’s and master’s degree programs, or view an A-to-Z list of FSU’s programs of study.

The FSU Career Center is a one-stop shop for career preparation now and through your future life as FSU alumni.

FSU Information Technology Services, known as ITS, is the university’s central IT organization, providing IT support to a diverse community of more than 50,000 students, faculty, staff, alumni and retirees. Check out the Student Essentials list for a snapshot of important ITS to-dos and popular services for both the academic and kicking back sides of student life.

FSU Libraries collections include over 5.4 million volumes, with a website offering access to more than 446 databases, over 319,000 electronic journals, and over 2.8 million e-books.

The FSU Registrar’s Office staff provide a variety of services including assisting students in dropping and adding classes, preparing transcripts, and more.

NoleNetwork Job Board

NoleNetwork, from the FSU Career Center, links students and alumni directly with hiring employers and Career Center programs. Whether you’re looking for relevant experience or preparing for life after graduation, NoleNetwork allows you to view and apply for full-time jobs, part-time jobs and internships; schedule mock interviews; view registered employees for Career Center events; and sign up for on-campus and virtual employer interviews.

Check out the NoleNetwork job widget below for a feed of opportunities available specifically for College of Arts and Sciences students and alumni.

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