Anticipation is a wonderful thing, especially this time of year. We welcomed a record number of freshmen during the Summer C session and anticipate a record number of freshmen this fall. Each one of them is full of anticipation about his or her next four years on campus and what it means to be a part of the Seminole family. I personally cannot wait for the sounds of the Marching Chiefs practices resonating across campus and the anticipation of another football season in Tallahassee. And, we all anticipate the cooler weather that arrives in the fall.
CNL Charitable Foundation Gift Advances Preeminence of FSU College of Business to Honor CNL Founder James M. Seneff
A generous $5 million gift commitment from CNL Charitable Foundation founded by alumnus James M. Seneff will establish an honors program at the Florida State University College of Business and advance the college farther down the path of preeminence.
Considered one of the most prestigious gatherings in the academic finance discipline, the Department of Finance’s annual FSU SunTrust Beach Conference consistently draws respected finance scholars from top universities around the globe. In its 11th year, the conference held in Miramar Beach, Fla., was no different.
Three highly successful graduates of Florida State University will be the featured speakers at FSU’s four spring commencement ceremonies.
Representatives from some of the world’s best-known companies visited the College of Business recently to instill in tomorrow’s business leaders the importance of advancing diversity and inclusion in their workplaces.
Dear Alumni and Friends,
The Department of Business Analytics, Information Systems and Supply Chain (BAISSC) has created a new industry advisory board comprising highly successful business alumni and friends of the College of Business.
When Matt Pierson decided to go back to school for another graduate degree, this time in risk management and insurance, he researched multiple universities before choosing Florida State University’s online program.
The Florida State University College of Business is mourning the passing of E. Ray Solomon, the college’s longest serving dean, who died Jan. 21 in Tallahassee at age 89.
Florida State University’s College of Business once again secured Top 25 rankings on U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 list of the nation’s best online master’s degree programs released today.