US Colleges

Florida State University

Florida State University

163

# BCR Rankings

304

# National Rankings

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Carnegie Classification 2010: Research Universities (very high research activity)
City: Midsize
Region: Southeast
Address: 222 S. Copeland Street, Tallahassee, Tallahassee, 32306-1037, FL
www.fsu.edu
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Florida State University is a public school based in the Southeast of the United States, in the state of Florida. School campus is located in a midsize city of Tallahassee at 222 S. Copeland Street. This school has total of 40909 students and 1752 full-time faculty members, which makes the student to faculty ratio 26.

Florida State University ‘s religious affiliation is not applicable. The school’s retention rate is 92 and in order to apply for Florida State University SAT/ACT is required. Tuition fees for the 2014-15 school year were $6507.

40909

Number of students

28910

Full Time Undergraduates

  • Florida State University has total of 40909 students, making it much bigger than an average college
  • Student to faculty ratio is 26, which is much higher than average
  • Retention rate in Florida State University is 92, which is much higher than average
  • 6 year graduation rate is 77, which is higher than average
  • Florida State University has acceptance rate of 57, which is considered not very selective
  • Tuition fees for In-State students are $21599, which are considered lower than average

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Dual Credits

AP Credits

Study Abroad

Teacher Certification

Member of an Athletic Division

NCAA Member

ROTC

ROTC Army

ROTC Navy

ROTC Air Force

NAIA Member

NSCAA Member

Historically Black College

Students

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Full time undergraduates age 25 and above0%
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*Average for 4 year Public Schools in US

Faculty

26

Student to Faculty Ratio

15

*Average Student to Faculty Ratio

1752

Full Time Faculty

1733

Graduate Assistants Teaching

*Average for 4 year Public Schools in US

Endowment

13906

$ Endowment per Student

8596

$ Instruction per student

1540

$ Institutional Support per Student

1644

$ Academic support per Student

1188

$ Student Services per Student

901

Public Service Expenses per Student

Applicants

29579

Applicants Total

  • Applicants Men

  • Applicants Women

57%

Admitted Total

36%

Enrolled Full Time

SAT/ACT Scores

SAT/ACT Required

44%

Freshman submitting SAT Scores

56%

Freshman submitting ACT Scores

560

SAT Critical Reading 25th Percentile

640

SAT Critical Reading 75th Percentile

600

*Average SAT Critical Reading Score

550

SAT Math 25th Percentile

640

SAT Math 75th Percentile

595

*Average SAT Math Score

25

ACT Composite 25th Percentile

29

ACT Composite 75th Percentile

27

*Average ACT Composite Score

0

ACT Math 25th Percentile

0

ACT Math 75th Percentile

0

*Average ACT Math Score

0

ACT English 25th Percentile

0

ACT English 75th Percentile

0

*Average ACT English Score

*Average for this specific school

Tuition

21599

$ Total Price In State Students

36765

$ Total Price Out-of-State Students

  • Tuition and Fees

  • National Average Tuition and Fees

Degrees offered

  • Biological and Biomedical Sciences

  • Business Management Marketing and Related Support Services

  • Communication Journalism and Related Programs

  • Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services

  • Education

  • Engineering

  • English Language and Literature

  • Family and Consumer Sciences and Human Sciences

  • Foreign Languages Literatures and Linguistics

  • Health Professions and Related Programs

  • History

  • Homeland Security Law Enforcement Firefighting and Related Professions

  • Parks Recreation Leisure and Fitness Studies

  • Philosophy and Religious Studies

  • Physical Sciences

  • Psychology

  • Public Administration and Social Service Professions

  • Social Sciences

  • Visual and Performing Arts

After College

44000

$ Median earning for students working after 10 years of graduation

21000

$ Median Debt for graduates

80%

Students earning over 25K After 10 years of graduation

5.8%

Default Rate

Other Facts

Religion Affiliation

Calendar

Division

Football Conference

Basketball Conference

Baseball Conference

Cross Country Track Conference

Not applicable

Semester

NCAA D1

Atlantic Coast Conference

Atlantic Coast Conference

Atlantic Coast Conference

Atlantic Coast Conference