Federal, State & Private Research Awards
2015-16 Federal, State & Private Research Awards: $190,074,661
The research awards are broken in down in detail in the Florida State Fact Book. The online version is available in pdf format here: 2013-14 Awards
In Fall 2016, there were 40,440 students enrolled at the university's main campus in Tallahassee; 954 at the university’s branch campus in Panama City, Florida; and 473 at the branch campus in the Republic of Panama.
FSU International Programs has over 60 years of experience and ranks 12th in the nation in providing students with extraordinary study abroad experiences. Through our more than 60 academic programs, students can choose to study in over 20 locations throughout the world. Program opportunities include spring, summer and fall semesters at our four study centers, summer terms in additional locations, Spring Break programs, First Year Abroad and First Semester Abroad for incoming freshmen, and international internships. The year-round study centers are located in Florence, Italy; London, England; Panama City, The Republic of Panama; and Valencia, Spain. Summer programs are currently being offered in locations including China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Peru, Russia, Switzerland, Tanzania and Thailand. FSU credits are earned for all courses and are transferable within the US university system, in accordance with each student's home university regulations.
The Office of Distance Learning (ODL) provides leadership, policy guidance, faculty support and development, and other resources to promote, implement, facilitate, and assess University initiatives related to teaching enhancement and technology-mediated learning environments that support student academic achievement. ODL faculty and staff members collaborate with distance learning faculty and teaching assistants to promote instructional excellence at The Florida State University through the use of effective educational and communications technologies; evidence-based instructional principles and strategies; and research studies on teaching innovations.
The Florida State University Center for Academic & Professional Development (CAPD) is the continuing education and academic program outreach entity for the campus, the community, and students. Housed in the new Augustus B. Turnbull III Florida State Conference Center, the experienced staff of CAPD support a variety of learning opportunities as they provide services to colleges, departments, and students on campus and online.