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Student Profiles of Service is an award sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Center for Leadership and Social Change recognizing individual students who demonstrate exemplary commitment to community service at local, national, or international levels. Service to the community demonstrates personal and civic responsibility as well as commitment to broadening learning experiences beyond the classroom. It also gives students the opportunity to acquire new skills and grow in empathy and respect for others. Students are not judged solely on academic achievement, general leadership contributions, or sheer quantity of service activities. All students honored in Student Profiles of Service will have their photo and biography published in the FSView.

The Florida State University fosters a diverse and dynamic environment for students, faculty, and staff to learn about themselves and from one another.  Members of this community vary in their ability, age, class, ethnicity, faith structure, gender identity expression, nationality, race, sex, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status.  This diversity provides rare opportunities for lifelong learning, and it is through this learning, we must maintain a level of respect for others, the university, and the community.

Established in 2006, this memorial scholarship was created in memory of Seth Rossetti. The purpose of this scholarship is to support one undergraduate student who is presently or who was for a significant part of his/her life the child of a single parent. This scholarship is available to all current FSU undergraduate students with a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average and all incoming FSU freshmen with a minimum 3.0 high school cumulative grade point average.

Established in 2006, this memorial scholarship was created in memory of Seth Rossetti. The purpose of this scholarship is to support one undergraduate student who is presently or who was for a significant part of his/her life the child of a single parent. This scholarship is available to all current FSU undergraduate students with a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average and all incoming FSU freshmen with a minimum 3.0 high school cumulative grade point average.

LaShae Copeland receives the Newman Civic Fellows Award after being nominated by President Eric Barron!

Keep up with the Moellership recipients throughout their summer of service!

President's Humanitarian of the Year Award Honorees and Recipient Announced

With Words Issue Chair applications are due by April 24th!

“I trust the significance of the person, knowledge, and empathy through my family and the community experiences my parents and home-town offered me.”

We will be highlighting Moellership recipients each week until the summer, over which they will be serving and reflecting! This week, meet Osmar Fuentes and Amber Washington!