Movies and more at the Student Life Cinema


FSU’s Student Life Cinema is one of the nation’s leading campus movie programs, featuring movies selected by all-student committees: five to six nights a week of everything from the most recent blockbuster movies to documentaries, indies, and foreign films, to restored cinema classics. Movies are FREE for FSU students with valid FSU ID, $5 for general admission, and $3 for TFS members. Continue reading

Veterans Day Weekend Hours

Veterans Day is a day to honor the men and women who have served our nation. On this holiday weekend, there will be many events happening in the Oglesby Union and around campus.

To view all Seminole Dining location hours for the holiday weekend, visit: What’s Open Now.

Full Weekend Poster

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Thursday, November 9th

  • 6pm – Thursday Throwdown at ASLC Cyber Cafe
  • 9pm – Cosmic Bowling at Crenshaw Lanes
  • 9:30pm – Hippo Campus with Remo Drive in Club Downunder
    • Doors open at 8:30pm

Friday, November 10th

Stars & Strikes! Veterans' Day Specials | November 10th | 12pm - 9pm $1 bowling games & shoes $2 billiards/hour/table | 9pm - 2am $10 cosmic bowling/hour/lane | $1.50 shoes all with valid FSU ID | Crenshaw Lanes at Oglesby Union | | 8506441819

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  • Veterans Day Bowling Special!
    • 12pm – 9pm
    • $1 bowling games & shoes
    • $2 billiards/hour/table
  • Midnight Movie at ASLC: Popeye
    • Doors open at 11:30pm

Saturday, November 11th

  • 2:30pm – Away Game Viewing & Tailgate
    • Oglesby Union Ballrooms
  • 9pm – Cosmic Bowling at Crenshaw Lanes

Sunday, November 12th

  • 3pm – Homecoming 2017 – Torch Pursuit
    • Oglesby Union

The Oglesby Union will reopen for its normal hours on Monday, November 13th at 8am.

Haunted Harvest: Oct. 20, 2017

Prepare for a night of pumpkins, costumes, food, and fun! The annual Haunted Harvest will take place on Friday, October 20th.

Start your evening off with a show! At 6:00pm, the Circus Big Top as the FSU Flying High Circus will be exhibiting their Halloween Circus Show. Visit to purchase general public tickets for the circus show.

Other Haunted Harvest events begin at 7:00pm in the Oglesby Union. These include a Haunted House, cookie decorating, face painting, blacklight chalk art, cake pops, wax hands, corn dogs, movie posters, and more. End the evening with Friday Night Bites or step into the intergalactic universe to enjoy cosmic bowling at Crenshaw Lanes.

Haunted Harvest is free for all children under 12 years old with a paid adult and FSU students with a valid FSU ID. General public admission is $10. There will be participation waivers will be available for rides and events.

For more detailed information on times and prices of events visit:

We hope to see you there!

Looking for something to do this Labor Day weekend?

The Oglesby Union and their departments have a variety of different events going on all weekend long; from movies at the ASLC, to cosmic bowling at Crenshaw Lanes, to the SGA away game viewing party on Saturday, September 2nd.

To see all activities, view the 2017 Labor Day Poster.

Art Center

The Oglesby Union Art Center carries a wide variety of un-glazed pottery pieces starting at $8. Paint-a-Pot pricing provides glaze, clear coat firing, unlimited paint time, and plenty of space in our relaxing space for a fun, creative experience for all ages and artistic abilities. If you need a little extra inspiration, our staff that is always willing to lend a hand or share some insight.

Or are you looking for a new hobby? Sign up for an art class in wheel throwing, handbuilding, drawing, painting, glass fusing, or jewelry. Students $55 – Faculty/Staff $100 – General Public $145

  • Friday, September 1st – (10am – 9pm)
  • Saturday, September 2nd – (11am – 7pm)
  • Sunday, September 3rd – (12pm – 5pm)
  • Monday, September 4th – (10am – 9pm)
    • The Art Classes for Intermediate Wheel Throwing and Glass Fusing begin at 5:30pm.
    • There are two sessions of art classes, the first beginning September 4 and running through October 22 and the second beginning October 23 and running through December 16.
    • All classes come with open access, anytime we are open. You may use your area of work unless there is another class in session. Pottery wheels can be used at any time if there is a wheel available.

Askew Student Life Cinema

  • Friday, September 1st – (8am – 12am)
    • It Comes at Night is playing at 7pm & 9:30pm
      • A man (Joel Edgerton) must protect his family from a tremendous terror of the outside world. When another family arrives seeking refuge, tensions mount and trust dissolves as horror encroaches on the home. Riley Keough (Mad Max: Fury Road) and Christopher Abbot (Girls) also star in this new psychological thriller.
    • The Goodies is playing at 12am (Doors open at 11:30)
      • A group of pre-teens, self-proclaimed the “Good Docks”, try to save their neighborhood from demolition and in doing so find a Spanish map that leads them to the greatest adventure of their lives trying to find the fortune of One-Eyed Willy.
  • Saturday, September 2nd – (Closed)
  • Sunday, September 3rd – (Closed)
  • Monday, September 4th – (Closed)

Club Downunder

  • Friday, September 1st – Doors 8pm | Show 9pm
    • Pride Drag Show: “Once Upon a Drag” Come celebrate Kings, Queens and In-Betweens at the semiannual PRIDE Drag Show! This event has consistently been a favorite for FSU students, and it’s no surprise why. Be sure to arrive early to see some of Florida’s most captivating entertainers put on a show like you’ve never seen before. (18+, free for students with valid FSU ID)

Crenshaw Lanes

  • Friday, September 1st – (10am – 2am)
    • Cosmic Bowling is hosted from 9pm to 2am. Cosmic Bowling includes a unique black light effect, with sound sensitive disco lighting, that creates an exciting atmosphere for bowling with old friends and meeting new ones.
        FSU Students: $10/hr per lane
        General Public: $18/hr per lane
  • Saturday, September 2nd – (2pm – 2am)
    • Cosmic Bowling is hosted from 9pm to 2am. Cosmic Bowling includes a unique black light effect, with sound sensitive disco lighting, that creates an exciting atmosphere for bowling with old friends and meeting new ones.
        FSU Students: $10/hr per lane
        General Public: $18/hr per lane
      • $1.50 each for shoe rental
  • Sunday, September 3rd – (2pm – 10pm)
  • Monday, September 4th – (12pm – 11pm)Stars & Strikes! Labor Day Specials! Monday 12pm - 11pm | Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday | $1 bowling game & shoes & $2 billiards per hour per table | with valid FSU ID | Crenshaw Lanes at Oglesby Union |
    • Labor Day Special
      • $1 bowling games and shoe rentals
      • $2 billiards per hour per table


Guest Services

Looking for a quiet zone to study or just somewhere to pass time on campus with your friends? Krentzman Lounge is the perfect location. Equipped with seven workspaces, LCD monitors, TV and a couch you can either practice for group presentations or just past the time.

  • Friday, September 1st – (8am – 5pm)
  • Saturday, September 2nd – (Closed)
  • Sunday, September 3rd – (Closed)
  • Monday, September 4th – (Closed)
  • Tuesday, September 5th – (Reopen at 8am)

Student Government Association

The mission of the Student Government Association (SGA) is to provide FSU students with representation, services, and advocacy within the university structure. The SGA provides quality leadership for, and accountability to, its constituency by recognizing that strength arises from diversity, engagement, and dialogue.

  • Saturday, September 2ndAway Game Viewing Party
    FSU vs. Alabama 
  • Tailgate at 7:00 pm | Game at 8:00 pm
    Union Green

Campus Recreation

  • Leach Center
    • Friday, September 1st: 6am – 10pm
    • Saturday, September 2nd – Monday, September 4th: 9am – 9pm
  • Fitness & Movement Clinic
    • Friday, September 1st: 6am – 9pm
    • Saturday, September 2nd – Monday, September 4th: (Closed)
  • The Rez
    • Friday, September 1st – Monday, September 4th: 12pm – 7pm

Off-Campus Activities

Take a Hike

Explore Tallahassee

Day Trips to the Beach

Join the Oglesby Union for an eclipse gathering!

On August 21st, you will see the sun disappear behind the moon and we will fall under the path of a total solar eclipse. The Oglesby Union will be hosting an eclipse gathering on Oglesby Union Green! Please review all safety measured mentioned below. We hope to see you on the Union Green!

Time Activity
9am We will be passing out free viewing glasses (while supplies last)
1pm – 4pm Music and educational materials will be available
2:30pm – 3pm Attend the eclipse photo shoot and get a free popsicle

To view the event poster, Solar Eclipse Gathering.

Viewing Safety
  • Looking directly at the sun is unsafe except during the brief total phase of a solar eclipse (“totality”), when the moon entirely blocks the sun’s bright face, which will happen only within the narrow path of totality.
  • The only safe way to look directly at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed sun is through special-purpose solar filters, such as “eclipse glasses” or hand-held solar viewers. Homemade filters or ordinary sunglasses, even very dark ones, are not safe for looking at the sun.
  • If you are within the path of totality, remove your solar filter only when the Moon completely covers the sun’s bright face and it suddenly gets quite dark. Experience totality, then, as soon as the bright sun begins to reappear, replace your solar viewer to glance at the remaining partial phases.
Safety Tips
  1. Always inspect your solar filter before use; if scratched or damaged, discard it. Read and follow any instructions printed on or packaged with the filter. Always supervise children using solar filters.
  2. Stand still and cover your eyes with your eclipse glasses or solar viewer before looking up at the bright sun. After glancing at the sun, turn away and remove your filter — do not remove it while looking at the sun.
  3. Do not look at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed sun through an unfiltered camera, telescope, binoculars, or other optical device. Similarly, do not look at the sun through a camera, a telescope, binoculars, or any other optical device while using your eclipse glasses or hand-held solar viewer — the concentrated solar rays will damage the filter and enter your eye(s), causing serious injury. Seek expert advice from an astronomer before using a solar filter with a camera, a telescope, binoculars, or any other optical device.
Challenger Learning Center  & Tallahassee Astronomical Society Activities

The Challenger Learning Center is also planning activities centered around the eclipse with the support of the Tallahassee Astronomical Society. You can find more information about their partnership on August 21st by visiting their Facebook page: