The resources and information you need.
We are committed to giving you every tool needed to maximize the student experience and best prepare you for a career in education. This section of our website is designed to give you resources and information you might need – from program and major requirements to class and faculty information to online degrees and financial aid assistance.
With four academic departments and degree programs in over 35 fields of study, the College of Education is built to prepare you for a full range of educational pursuits, including positions at:
- Elementary/Secondary schools
- Vocational centers
- Counseling Centers
- Recreational centers
- Athletic training facilities
- Instructional design organizations
In addition to traditional on-campus courses, we also offer the opportunity to earn some of our graduate degrees completely online. If there are any questions you have that are not answered online, please contact the Office of Academic Services and Intern Support (OASIS) and we will be happy to help.
As a student at Florida State, you also have access to many different resources and services elsewhere on campus, ranging from academic to health and wellness. Visit the Dean of Students website to learn more.
Each year, we offer current and incoming students over $550,000 in scholarships - more than any other public college of education in the state of Florida. Through scholarships, assistantships, fellowships, and federal, state and university financial aid available, our team is ready to help you find way to finance your education.
As a student in the FSU College of Education, you have access to the Learning Resource Center, which offers educational resources such as lab facilities, study rooms, multimedia equipment, classroom and conference room facilities, and a full host of educational support services.
Find a faculty/staff member, get contact information, or just learn more about any of the talented people who make the FSU College of Education such an amazing experience.
When you need the assistance of any kind, there’s a good chance that the Office of Academic Services and Intern Support (OASIS) can help. They provide guidance and consulting to students for everything from admissions through graduation.
Let us help you find the job you’ve always dreamed of. The experts at the Career Center can help you choose a career, practice your interviewing skills, meet prospective employers through SeminoleLink powered by Handshake, ProfessioNole, and so much more.