College News

College News News

Online MBA, master’s degrees secure rankings among best nationwide

The Florida State University College of Business stood strong among the nation's best on U.S. News & World Report's 2023 rankings of online master's degrees and MBA specialties.

Dr. Hold to graduates: Believe in and invest in yourself

Dr. William T. Hold asked hundreds of students to raise a hand if they'd ever been told that they could be anything they wanted to be. Up went the hands. "That's probably one of the biggest lies you've ever been told – maybe the biggest lie you've ever been told – because regardless of how much I want to be a brain surgeon, an astronaut or the next Tom Brady, that's not going to happen," Hold said. "But the important part is that you can own your potential."

Graduating Seneff Scholar hails 'the people side' of college, FSU

It's not entirely the how or the why. "It's the who," Jack Stephans says. Stephans is referring to his experience as a top student in the Florida State University College of Business, where he says he has excelled through the help of administrators, faculty members, fellow students and alumni, among others.

FSU expert available to comment ahead of Florida's special legislative session on property insurance

Professor Charles Nyce is available to comment on Florida's crisis-ridden property-insurance market ahead of the state Legislature's second special session on the matter.

Christina Lynch wins Recent Alumni Achievement Award

Christina Lynch, a Tallahassee-based business leader and award-winning consultant who promotes a holistic approach to helping clients build their companies, has been named the 2022 recipient of the Florida State University College of Business Recent Alumni Achievement Award.

The college breaks ground on future home

The Florida State University College of Business celebrated the groundbreaking of Legacy Hall on Friday, Oct. 14, its cutting-edge future home – a world-class facility designed to inspire learning for the next generation of business leaders. Legacy Hall is expected to become a hub of business education, collaboration and development for FSU, Tallahassee and the state, as well as elevate the college's reach nationally and globally.

Four alumni inducted into the college’s Alumni Hall of Fame

The Florida State University College of Business on Thursday welcomed four new members to its Alumni Hall of Fame. College alumni Jim Henderson, Brett Lindquist, Brian Murphy and Scott Price were enshrined during a ceremony at the FSU Student Union in Tallahassee. The recognition showcases alumni who have excelled in their careers and made a significant impact in their community, Florida State University and the College of Business. The new inductees increased the Alumni Hall of Fame membership to 62 since its creation in 2003.

'A part of my life': alumnus Scott Price gifts $2.7M to college

Scott Price, a second-generation Florida State University College of Business alumnus who launched a prominent and award-winning global cybersecurity company, has given back to the college with a $2.7 million gift.

Insurance, Real Estate rank among Top 5 programs nationwide

Securing their standing among the nation's best, Florida State University's College of Business' undergraduate programs in Insurance and Real Estate once again made the short list of top schools in U.S. News & World Report's "Best Colleges 2023 Guidebook" released today. The Dr. William T. Hold/The National Alliance Program in Risk Management and Insurance ranks No. 3 among all schools, and the real estate program maintained its No. 5 ranking among public schools. The college also earned a No. 20 ranking among public schools in marketing, while accounting moved up three spots to No. 21.

'Breaking barriers': Marketing professor Maura Scott named Rockwood Eminent Scholar

Florida State University marketing professor Maura Scott finds herself reflecting on the legacy of Persis Rockwood, the late FSU marketing professor who established so many firsts that she might as well have trademarked the word.