Tallahassee, FL- Dance Marathon serves as the largest student run philanthropy on FSU’s campus. It is a year-long effort that allows more than 1,800 students to use creative ways to raise money for the kids and bring awareness for the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Shands Children’s Hospital, and the FSU College of Medicine. After raising an astounding $1,435,120.32 last year this organization has no plans of slowing down.
SISTUHS, Incorporated is an organization established to foster the personal growth in African American women. SISTUHS which is an acronym standing for Strength, Incentive, Spirituality, Tenacity, Unity, Health and Substance has dedicated themselves to contributing to the Tallahassee community through service.
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If you ask anyone who’s ever worked with Ryan Cote to describe him, you’ll usually hear the same two words: passionate and driven.
Since the turn of the century, Florida State University has been undergoing a profound shift. We’ve begun investing heavily in our most important asset, our students, by bolstering academic programs and providing students with greater opportunities.
Take a look at this video about how the Protect Our Professors Initiative is helping make up for the drastic funding cuts enacted over the past few years.
The Student Foundation presented the first Protect Our Professors Check to Dr. Eric Walker of the English Department