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One of the nation’s elite research universities, Florida State University preserves, expands, and disseminates knowledge in the sciences, technology, arts, and humanities. We embrace a philosophy of learning that is strongly rooted in the traditions of the liberal arts and critical thinking. FSU’s welcoming campus is located on the oldest continuous site of higher education in Florida, and our community fosters free inquiry and embraces diversity.

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Florida State University’s Flying High Circus begins long road to recovery after May 10 tornadoes

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On the morning of May 10, three tornadoes touched down in Tallahassee in less than 30 minutes, leaving behind a trail of destruction that destroyed FSU’s iconic circus tent.

Since the mid-1960s, the FSU Flying High Circus had been the only collegiate circus in the United States with a big-top tent. Now, the tent’s fabric is in tatters, its steel structures and seating in disrepair. The tent and all its contents underneath, including equipment, are unusable.

With a cast of 100 student volunteers and staff members led by Director Chad Mathews, the circus is a fully operational production with routines including on-stage acrobatics, aerial acts, clowning, dancing and a ringmaster.

“The circus has been an integral part of FSU’s history and tradition since 1947, providing entertainment and education to thousands of students and community members every year,” said Amy Hecht, vice president for Student Affairs. “We are deeply saddened by this tragedy, but we are also determined to recover and rebuild better with more sustainability.”

The circus was one of the first ways of integrating men and women after Florida State became co-ed and serves as an extracurricular activity for students under FSU’s  Division of Student Affairs .

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FSU alumna Nicole Viverito, who works in the FSU Office of Research, said, “I sought out FSU because of the circus and met some of my best friends. It’s the biggest family I’ve ever had.”

Viverito said her father, Wayne Fearnbach, a high-wire performer at FSU from 1969-1973, played a part in influencing her decision to leave New Jersey and join the FSU Flying High Circus while getting her degree. During her time at FSU from 2007-2012, she mastered aerial cradle and the flying trapeze. She also met her husband, Matt, who went on to be a professional flying trapeze artist and now works at FSU’s Department of Psychology.

Her love for her circus family didn’t end when she completed her degree. Viverito served as the president of the Circus Alumni Association for three years and was instrumental in the 75th anniversary of FSU’s Flying High Circus celebration.

“You make such wonderful connections with not only peers and their families, but the Tallahassee community as a whole,” Viverito said. “The circus touches so many people in so many positive ways.”

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Proud circus alumna Meghan Gudelsky said she loved every circus role. She performed cloud swinging and hand balancing from 2000 to 2003.

“When you are in the circus, your act(s) are a small part of the overall production,” Gudelsky said. “I loved practicing, performing, rigging, learning safety, coaching, holding lines, working the music, sewing costumes, putting the tent up and down, learning knots and how to engage an audience. It takes a team working hard together under pressure to put on a show.”

Gudelsky credits her experiences for helping her learn resilience, hard work, teamwork and trust, which prepared her for her career. She is in her 20th year working in the event production industry, creating and planning large-scale events with live entertainment.

“The FSU Circus is a one-of-a-kind performing arts program that is crewed by student volunteers of all walks of life,” Gudelsky said. “It was my love, experience and unique understanding of the performing arts that opened doors for me and allowed me to succeed behind the scenes.”

She, like many others, hopes to get the circus program back up as soon as possible. The university is still fully assessing the damage after the storm and is working with FSU Facilities and insurance teams.

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While it’s unclear as to how much total repairs will cost, one thing is certain — the love and commitment to fortify the foundation and recovery of the FSU Flying High Circus. Hecht said there is an overwhelming outpouring of support from across social media channels, calls, emails and text messages, not only from alumni across the nation but organizations as well.

“The legacy is strong,” Viverito said. “We’re resilient, and the show must go on.”

“This tragedy offers an opportunity and prioritizes a need for a more sustainable and durable structure moving forward,” said Alanna Kibiloski, senior director of development for Student Affairs.

An FSU Flying High Circus Recovery Fund has been set up to aid in the rebuilding efforts and future expansion.

“Any amount, large or small, will make a difference to ensure the circus is around for generations to come,” Kibiloski said.

Donations are tax-deductible and will go directly to support this effort.

For more information on how to support the FSU Flying High Circus, visit give.fsu.edu/CircusRecovery .

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We are now accepting Graduate applications for Fall 2024, and Spring 2025.* *Please contact your department for application open terms and deadlines.

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Each year, the university enrolls approximately 1,700 international students. We are proud to offer extensive support and services to our international population. International applicants should plan to apply early so they have ample time to obtain their immigration documents and make living arrangements in the U.S. Any F-1/J-1 students planning to obtain their I-20/DS-2019 should contact the Center for Global Engagement at [email protected] . Please check with your department regarding deadlines. 

International Admissions Requirements

In addition to meeting graduate university admissions requirements, international applicants must also meet the following University requirements to be considered for admission. 

English Language Proficiency Requirement

Official English Language Proficiency results are required of all international applicants whose native language is not English. The following are the minimum scores required for admission to the University, although some departments require higher scores at the graduate level: 

Internet based TOEFL ( IBTOEFL ): 80 

Paper based TOEFL ( TOEFL ): 550 

International English Language Testing System ( Academic IELTS ): 6.5 

Pearson Test of English ( PTE ): 55 

Duolingo : 120 (Summer 2022 and Forward)

Cambridge C1 Advanced Level : 180  (Fall 2022 and Forward)

Michigan Language Assessment : 55  (Fall 2022 and Forward)

Although official scores are required, most departments will begin to review your application with self-reported scores, while they are waiting for the official scores to arrive. You can self-report your scores on your Online Status Page, after you submit your application. 

The English Language Proficiency requirement can be waived, at the University-level, for applicants who have earned a minimum of a BA or higher in the US or in an English-Speaking Country. Please note, your department may still require proof of English-Language proficiency. *A variety of countries are exempt from the English language proficiency requirement.

Transcript and Credential Evaluation Requirements

All transcripts/academic records that are not in English must be accompanied by certified English translations. 

To be considered "certified," documents should be true copies that are signed and dated by an educational official familiar with academic records. Any translated record should be literal and not an interpretive translation. Documents signed by a notary or other public official with no educational affiliation will not be accepted. 

If the transcript/academic record does not indicate the degree earned and date the degree was awarded, separate proof of degree is required. 

International applicants or degrees earned from international institutions must submit their official transcripts through the SpanTran pathway portal, or from another NACES approved evaluator. SpanTran has created a custom application for Florida State University that will make sure you select the right kind of evaluation at a discounted rate. Florida State University recommends SpanTran as our preferred credential evaluation because it offers an easy way to streamline the application process.

Please read more about our general transcript requirements on our  Graduate Admissions page. 

International Transfer Credit

International transfer credit is awarded for coursework completed at an accredited (recognized) institution of higher learning. No credit is awarded for technical, vocational, or below-college-level coursework, or courses completed with grades below "D-." An official course-by-course evaluation is required for all academic records from non-U.S. institutions. We recommend the evaluation be done by a member of the  National Association of Credential Evaluation Services . 

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SUPPORT TO HELP YOU THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS.

The Center for Global Engagement (CGE) and its staff are here to serve international students and their families. They may advise you about:

  • F and J visa requirements
  • Cultural adjustment
  • Employment matters
  • Housing assistance
  • Assistance with personal concerns
  • Maintaining your visa status

Many academic programs only accept applications for a specific admit term. Contact your academic department to determine which admit term to apply. It is recommended that you submit your application as soon as the admit term opens. CGE also assists students throughout the New International Student Checklist and Process . You may learn more about what CGE has to offer by emailing [email protected]

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Center for Intensive English Studies

Need to improve your English skills? FSU’s Center for Intensive English Studies can help! At CIES, you will be given personalized instruction by highly qualified teachers in a safe, friendly environment.

Please note that admission to and completion of the CIES program does not necessarily guarantee admission to the University as a degree-seeking student.

CIES also offers:

  • TEFL certification  opportunities
  • Credit-bearing courses and workshops  to enhance your English speaking ability

Learn more about how the Center for Intensive English Studies can help you.  

Florida State University is required by U.S. federal regulations to verify the financial resources of each applicant prior to issuing the Form I-20. If granted admission to the University, an email with instructions on how to complete the I-20 will be sent from the Center for Global Engagement (CGE). You will provide information verifying your financial support (bank statements, award letters, scholarships, etc.) through the I-20 application. FSU requires proof of financial support for the first year of study and demonstrated availability of funds for the length of your academic program

Estimated International Student Costs:

For more information on estimated costs of living and the I-20 process, please visit  CGE’s website .  

I-20 Application

Shortly after admission, students will receive an email with instructions for completing the online I-20 application to demonstrate proof of adequate funding. Florida State University is required by U.S. federal regulations to verify the financial resources of each applicant prior to issuing the Form I-20. Applicants must show proof of financial support for the first year of study and confirm availability of funds for the length of the academic program.

For more information, contact the Center for Global Engagement at [email protected] .

US Federal Grants and Loans are not Awarded to International Students

Graduate students may apply to their respective departments for assistantships or fellowships, although funds are very limited. For further information, please contact your academic department directly. 

SPEAK (Speaking Proficiency English Assessment Kit) is a test for evaluating the English speaking ability of non-native speakers of English. At FSU, the SPEAK test is administered by the Center for Intensive English Studies to international students who have been appointed or will be appointed as teaching assistants in an academic department at Florida State University.

For more information, click here .

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May the TOEFL be waived?

The TOEFL may only be waived as a test requirement if the student has received a bachelor's or master's degree from a U.S. institution.

Can you review my documents prior to applying?

Students must submit the application, application fee, and any required departmental materials for application materials to be reviewed.

Can the application fee be waived?

Unfortunately, the Office of Admissions is unable to waive the application fee payment for graduate applicants.  In order to complete your application for review, you must submit the application fee payment by logging in to your Application Status Check ,  along with any other documents required by the department. 

When will I receive a decision?

Applications are reviewed holistically by each graduate department. Please contact your department for information about decision timelines. Please note that the application must first be completed before it can be reviewed. Contact your department for more information.

Can the GRE be waived?

FSU is currently waiving the GRE requirement for most master’s and specialist programs through Fall 2026*. For more information on whether the requirement can be waived, please contact your graduate department. 

* Excludes the College of Business

What if I don’t meet the English Language Proficiency score requirements?

​​​​​​ The FSU Center of Intensive English Studies (CIES) offers comprehensive courses to help students improve their English skills. Students who complete the top-level of the CIES program will not have to take an English Language Proficiency test.

What is the F-1 visa/I-20 process?

  • Students can learn more about the I-20 process here .
  • Students can learn about the visa here .

Do you have funding available for International students?

  • The Graduate School offers fellowship and grant opportunities for graduate students. For current FSU students, the  Office of Graduate Fellowships and Awards  assists in identifying and applying for external funding opportunities. In addition,  here is some more information  about additional funding opportunities for international students. 
  • There may also be additional funding opportunities through your department. Please contact your graduate representative for assistance. If you do not know who to contact, please email us at [email protected] for assistance.

Are there on-campus housing opportunities?

University housing costs are not included in the tuition and fees at Florida State University. If you want the option of living on campus, you can apply for housing online as soon as you are officially admitted to FSU. Housing at university-owned residence halls and apartments fill quickly. You can also find off-campus housing options by clicking here .

Visiting Florida state park soon? Here are the 10 most popular parks, and how to get in free

Get free admission to florida state parks over memorial day weekend.

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Is visiting a Florida state park in your Memorial Day plans?

While not all Florida schools have started their summer break , the siren call of lazy days on the beach, a Memorial Day road trip or enjoying one of 175 state parks is sounding pretty good right about now.

Even better: over the Memorial Day weekend, admission to Florida state parks is free.

Do these Florida state parks sound familiar? Have you visited one of the top 10 most popular spots or do you favor the quieter spots? No matter what attracts you, Florida's park system has something for just about everyone.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced earlier all Florida state parks will be free to enter during the Memorial Day weekend.

“Florida is stepping up to make summer more affordable for families,” DeSantis said when he announced the state would kick off the summer with savings for families by waiving admission for all visitors to Florida State Parks for Memorial Day weekend.

The weekend runs from May 24 through May 27.

➤  Check water quality before you go

Freedom Month Sales Tax Holiday: Free admission to Florida state parks? Tax free concert tickets? What you need to know

How many state parks are in Florida?

According to the  Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Recreation and Parks , there are " 175 state parks, trails and historic sites  spanning nearly 800,000 acres and 100 miles of sandy white beach."

➤  Interactive map :  See where all Florida parks are located

"Florida's 175 award-winning state parks are second to none," said Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Shawn Hamilton.

"I encourage all of Florida's residents and visitors to take advantage of these extra savings and discover the unique experiences the real Florida has to offer.

Top 10 most-visited state parks in Florida

According to data from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, in fiscal 2022-2023, Florida parks with the highest attendance were:

  • Cross Florida Greenway: 3,444,052
  • Honeymoon Island : 1,528,178
  • Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail : 1,418,263
  • Anastasia : 1,092,136
  • Gasparilla Island : 956,802
  • Bill Baggs Cape Florida : 796,523
  • St. Andrews : 734,422
  • Fort Zachary Taylor : 638,363
  • Sebastian Inlet : 587,951
  • Silver Springs : 579,316

Most popular Florida state parks by district

  • St. Andrews: 734,422
  • Henderson Beach: 573,396
  • Topsail Hill: 261,084
  • Grayton Beach: 251,752
  • Tallahassee-St. Marks Historic Railroad: 221,069
  • Withlacoochee Trail: 522,511
  • Fort Clinch (includes Fernandina Plaza): 395,093
  • Rainbow Springs: 337,375
  • Ichetucknee Springs: 224,598
  • Ellie Schiller Homosassa Springs: 210,493
  • Anastasia: 1,092,136
  • Sebastian Inlet: 587,951
  • Silver Springs: 579,316
  • Blue Spring: 575,769
  • Honeymoon Island: 1,528,178
  • Gasparilla Island: 956,802
  • Stump Pass Beach: 436,658
  • Weeki Wachee Springs: 346,531
  • Caladesi Island: 287,787
  • Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail: 1,418,263
  • Bill Baggs Cape Florida: 796,523
  • Fort Zachary Taylor: 638,363
  • Bahia Honda: 508,122
  • John Pennekamp Coral Reef: 455,970

Florida state parks with the greatest direct economic impact

According to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the top five state parks with the greatest direct economic impact in fiscal 2022-2023 are:

  • Cross Florida Greenway: $417,787,548
  • Honeymoon Island: $185,077,593
  • Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail: $170,834,358
  • Anastasia: $132,452,624
  • Gasparilla Island: $115,275,830

FSU baseball chosen to host regionals of 2024 NCAA Baseball Tournament

The road to omaha begins at dick howser stadium for florida state baseball..

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As Florida State baseball returns home from the ACC Tournament, it will get ready to prepare its road to Omaha as one of the host teams.

The NCAA announced Sunday that Dick Howser Stadium is one of the 16 regional hosts of the 2024 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship.

It will be the first time since 2018 that FSU will host regionals.

According to D1 Baseball , FSU's RPI was No. 8, and its strength of schedule was ranked 30th. Its resume includes sweeping the Florida Gators ― with the Gators ranked in the top 10 in two of those wins ― beating (then No. 6) Duke twice in a three-game series. Florida State started the season winning 18 straight games before suffering its first loss in its conference opener to Clemson , ranked fourth at the time.

Despite losing to mid-week teams like Mercer and Stetson , FSU finished the season strong with 42 wins, which tied it with North Carolina, the ACC regular-season champs. FSU is 27-4 at home.

The Seminoles went on a three-game run in the ACC Championship before falling to Duke on Sunday's finals.

FSU will wait to see which teams will be in its bracket.

The selection show will begin on Monday at noon on ESPN2, and regionals are scheduled to start on Friday.

Here is FSU baseball regional ticket information

Tickets for the 2024 NCAA Baseball Tallahassee Regional will go on sale to Seminole Booster members at 2 p.m. on Monday at www.seminoles.com . The public will be able to purchase tickets starting at 5:00 p.m. EST on Monday.

Phone and walk-up orders begin at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning by calling 888-378-6653 or visiting the main Seminole Ticket Office located at Doak Campbell Stadium, University Center C.

Regional tournament passes are available for $60 for reserved seats and $45 for general admission seats. Individual game tickets will go on sale beginning Friday. Individual game prices are $20 for reserved (if available) and $15 for adult general admission and $10 for youth general admission (ages 3-18). Children aged 2 and under are free with a paying adult.

Peter Holland Jr. covers Florida State athletics for Tallahassee Democrat. Contact him via email at [email protected] or on X @_Da_pistol.

FSU baseball takes No.8 seed. Will play Stetson in regional opener at Dick Howser Stadium

After collecting 42 wins, florida state baseball takes the no. 8 seed and will face stetson on friday..

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Florida State baseball (42-15, 17-12) will not only host regionals of the 2024 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship , but it did enough to earn the No. 8 national seed.

The NCAA selection committee unveiled the 64-team field Monday on ESPN2.

According to D1 Baseball , the Seminoles were projected to be a top-eight seed and were ranked No. 8 in RPI.

"You have to execute from day one through the conference tournament, and I'm proud of the guys in that room," FSU coach Link Jarrett said. "To be recognized as a top-eight seed with the schedule (from start to finish), with difficulty in the middle week and the challenges in the conference tournament, they earned that. It's not easy to be in this position."

Joining FSU in the Tallahassee Region will be Stetson, UCF and Alabama.

The Seminoles will play the Hatters (40-20) on Friday at noon on the ACC Network.

Alabama will face UCF at 6 p.m. on ESPN+.

Stetson received an automatic bid after winning the ASUN Championship Sunday afternoon. FSU and Stetson split a pair of games in 2024, with FSU beating the Hatters 1-0 in mid-March and Stetson winning the rematch two months later in DeLand.

"I think they won 40 games in your face, and they're really good, and we've seen it, and they beat us," Jarrett said about ASUN champs. "They could have beaten us twice. So we know we have our hands full."

The Seminoles are 3-2 all-time in the NCAA Tournament against the Hatters.

The winner of the Tallahassee Regional will be paired up with the Oklahoma Regional for the Supers.

The other top-eight national seeds are No. 1 Tennessee, No. 2 Kentucky, No. 3 Texas A&M, No. 4 North Carolina, No. 5 Arkansas, No. 6 Clemson, No. 7 Georgia.

On Sunday night, Dick Howser Stadium was selected as one of the 16 regional sites . It will be the first time in six years that the Seminoles will host regionals, which begin on Friday at noon.

Jarrett personally preferred a noon game against Stetson. He explained the factors that come with playing an earlier game, such as the weather and his player's recovery time.

"I do like to get out of the games and play that first game," Jarrett said. "I think it's a better mechanism for the team to function throughout the week."

Florida State tied with North Carolina with 42 wins, including winning three of the last four games in the ACC Tournament.

FSU beat Georgia Tech and Virginia in Pool D , then Wake Forest in the semifinals, before losing to Duke in the finals. Virginia and Duke are two of the five ACC teams that are also hosting regionals.

What's next for FSU baseball

Regionals will begin on Friday.

Florida State is scheduled to face Stetson on Friday. The regional final will be on Sunday. FSU must win three games to advance to the Super Regionals.

Two-seed Alabama went 33-22 and earned an at-large berth out of the SEC. Alabama and FSU did not share any common opponents in 2024.

The Crimson Tide and Seminoles have met seven times in the postseason, with FSU sporting a 5-2 advantage.

In its first season under former Florida State assistant coach Rich Wallace, UCF earned an at-large berth out of the Big 12 with a 35-19 overall record and a 2-1 record in the Big 12 Tournament. The Knights and Seminoles did not match up in the regular season but have played nine times in the NCAA Tournament, with FSU leading 7-2.

"You have three really, really good teams coming in here. I mean, really good," Jarrett said. "Stetson is a strong team. UCF is talented. Two of our former Notre Dame players are on the UCF squad, and Rich (Wallace) was with me at Notre Dame.

"He was with us here at Florida State last year. Great recruiter, (a) great coach. The University of Alabama ... we played them in the fall. We know that roster."

Overall, the SEC led the way with a record 11 teams selected from the conference. The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) has eight teams in the field followed by the Big 12 (6), Sun Belt (4), Big Ten (3) and Pac-12 (3). The American Athletic, Big East, Big West, Conference USA and Missouri Valley all have two teams in the field.

Here is FSU baseball regional ticket information

Tickets for the 2024 NCAA Baseball Tallahassee Regional will go on sale to Seminole Booster members at 2 p.m. on Monday at  www.seminoles.com . The public will be able to purchase tickets starting at 5:00 p.m. EST on Monday.

Phone and walk-up orders begin at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning by calling 888-378-6653 or visiting the main Seminole Ticket Office located at Doak Campbell Stadium, University Center C.

Regional tournament passes are available for $60 for reserved seats and $45 for general admission seats. Individual game tickets will go on sale beginning Friday. Individual game prices are $20 for reserved (if available) and $15 for adult general admission and $10 for youth general admission (ages 3-18). Children aged 2 and under are free with a paying adult.

Here's the broadcast schedule for the Tallahassee Regional

#1 Florida St. (42-15) vs. #4 Stetson (40-20), 12 p.m., ACCN#2 Alabama (33-22) vs. #3 UCF (35-19), 6 p.m., ESPN+

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Peter Holland Jr. covers Florida State athletics for Tallahassee Democrat. Contact him via email at [email protected] or on X @_Da_pistol.

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