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living the tradition SouthGate Campus Centre is FSU’s closest off campus housing option, designed and operated to give the best of the Seminole College Tradition! Text “SOUTHGATE” to 47464 for instant info 675 W. Jefferson Street Tallahassee, FL 32304 Student Welcome Pack Times 2012 The ABC’s of FSU Zachary Goldstein/FSView Westcott is a major landmark on Florida State’s campus. Getting acquainted, or reacquainted, with FSU CHAY D. BAXLEY Contributing Writer A Advising First is a program within the Division of Undergraduate Studies at the Florida State University that strategically places professional academic advisors and success coaches to serve students within specific academic units. Currently, Advising First has approximately 50 advisors and coaches working in numerous locations across campus to help students adjust and make the most of their college experience. B B has to be for brick, because FSU has plenty. In fact, the Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Stadium, FSU’s football stadium, is the largest continuous brick structure in the United States. C Crenshaw Lanes, a 12-lane bowling alley located in the Oglesby Student Union, has been an FSU tradition since 1964. Bowling’s not the only activity Crenshaw has to offer—the facility is also equipped with 10 full-sized billiards tables as well as a lounge area furnished tables, chairs and televisions. Riley Shaaber/FSView Aerialists smile for the crowd from high above the center ring during the ‘Around the World’ spectacle put on by FSU’s Flying High Circus on April 2, 2012. D Downunder—Club Downunder, that is—is an on-campus venue run by Union Productions, FSU’s student-run programming board. Club Downunder has hosted countless musical acts, all of which are free to current FSU students with a valid student I.D. Situated in the FSU Oglesby Union, right next to Chili’s, the location of Club Downunder couldn’t be more convenient. E Emergencies can happen at any time, but with FSView file photo Workers set up for the inauguration of Rick Scott under beautiful skies during Scott’s Inauguration Ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2011, in front of the Old Capitol Building. FSU’s Emergency Notification System, students and faculty are alerted if there is any situation which may threaten the health and safety of persons on campus. Students stay in the know with constant SMS text messages and emails updated on campus safety. F FSU’s Flying High Circus, which recently celebrated its 65th birthday, was founded in 1947. The Flying High Circus was Nikki Unger-Fink/FSView Zola Jesus performs at Club Downunder on Friday, Feb 11, 2011. originally formed to aid in the integration process between men and women when FSU first went coed. G Greek organizations have had a strong presence of FSU’s campus for more than 100 years. With 32 fraternities and 28 sororities, including 22 culturally based Greek letter organizations, to choose from, students can find one that suits their interests and collegiate ambitions. SEE ABC 2

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