Whether you’re a New Nole just starting at FSU, or a senior preparing to graduate, there is plenty to do during the summer at Florida State! If you’re looking for stuff to do on campus, check out summer.fsu.edu for all the places to go and summer programming available.
Spring Fling is FSU’s annual signature spring carnival hosted by the Oglesby Union, the campus hub for all student activity. Participants will have range of activities to choose from such as Paint-A-Pot, karaoke, carnival rides and bounce houses, movie showings, late-night cardio parties, and more!
This year marks the 8th annual Spring Fling, and will be held on Friday, April 21. The event is free for FSU students, while prices vary for the General Public depending on the activity. Be sure to come out with friends and family to share free food, smiles, and memories!
Find out more at https://union.fsu.edu/spring
Leadership Awards Night is an annual recognition of students, faculty, staff, and organizations that have epitomized the definition of leadership by their exemplary contributions to the Florida State University community through achievement, service, or organizational leadership involvement.
This year’s Leadership Awards Night will take place on Tuesday, April 11, 2017.
Nominations are closed. For more information about Leadership Awards Night and descriptions of the awards, please see http://leadershipawards.fsu.edu.
Prepare for a night of pumpkins, costumes, food, and fun! The annual Haunted Harvest will take place on Friday, October 28th.
Start your evening off with a show! At 6:00pm the Student Life Cinema will be presenting Ghostbusters . Or head over to the Circus Big Top as the FSU Flying High Circus will be exhibiting their Halloween Circus Show. Visit tickets.fsu.edu 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, including breakfast foods and pizza 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: union.fsu.edu/harvest.
We hope to see you there!
Before Florida State University’s fall classes begin Monday, Aug. 29th, students can participate in Seminole Sensation Week from Wednesday, Aug. 24th, to Tuesday, Aug. 30th — 7 days of fun activities designed to help them learn about the many ways to get involved on campus and meet other students who share their interests.
During Seminole Sensation Week, students can enjoy a free outdoor concert featuring Earl Sweatshirt; midnight movies at the Askew Student Life Cinema; karaoke at the Club Downunder; bowling and billiards at Crenshaw Lanes; performances in the Oglesby Union Ballrooms; and much more. For a complete schedule, visit ssweek.fsu.edu.
The week features a returning event on Aug. 27th, Experience Tallahassee, starting at 4 p.m. at Cascades Park. Experience Tallahassee will allow students from FAMU, TCC, and FSU to connect with local organizations and vendors.
On Sunday, Aug. 28th, the New Student Convocation will take place from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center, 505 W. Pensacola St., followed by the President’s Welcome from 3 to 4 p.m.
On Aug. 30th, there will be a signature event, the fall Involvement Fair from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Oglesby Union, which provides students with information on hundreds of recognized student organizations and departments and features Seminole Showcase and several departmental Open Houses.