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Florida State University

Florida State University is a public research university in Tallahassee, Florida, United States. It is a senior member of the State University System of Florida. Chartered in 1851, it... Wikipedia

  • Former names:  Florida Institute (1854–1857), Tallahassee Female Academy (1843–1858), West Florida Seminary (1857–1860, 1865–1901), The Florida Military and Collegiate Institute (1860–1865), The Literary College of the University of Florida (1883–1885), University of Florida (1885-1902), Florida State College (1901–1905), Florida Female College (1905), Florida State College for Women (1905–1947)
  • Motto:  Vires, Artes, Mores (Latin)
  • Motto (English):  "Strength, Skill, Character"
  • Type:  Public research university
  • Established:  January 24, 1851
  • Parent institution:  State University System of Florida
  • Academic affiliations:  ORAU, URA, Sea-grant, Space-grant
  • Endowment:  $897.6 million (2021)
  • Budget:  $2.17 billion (2021)
  • President:  Richard D. McCullough
  • Provost:  James J. Clark
  • Academic staff:  5,966
  • Administrative staff:  8,133
  • Students:  45,493 (fall 2021)
  • Undergraduates:  33,486 (fall 2021)
  • Postgraduates:  12,007 (fall 2021)
  • Campus:  Midsize city
  • Other campuses:  New York, Panama City (FL), Sarasota, Firenze, London, Panama City (PA), Valencia
  • Mascot:  Osceola and Renegade, Cimarron
  • Sporting affiliations:  NCAA Division I FBS – ACC
  • Website:  www.fsu.edu
  • Data Source:  DuckDuckGo