Aerial view of Doak Campbell Stadium on Florida State University’s campus – Courtesy: Shutterstock- Image by Felix Mizioznikov Florida State University’s famed Doak Campbell Stadium, home of the Seminoles football program, may soon have a new name. According to the Tallahassee Democrat, the university’s anti-racism task force panel held a meeting to discuss the potential
Courtesy: Image by F1 Digitals from Pixabay Florida tends to have an affinity for the dramatic. As of today, Oct. 20., 2020, Florida, is the only state that has yet to drop the requirement for high-stakes testing in their higher-education public school system for fall 2021 applications. This means any high school student with the
Entrance sign at the University of Florida on September 12, 2016 in Gainesville, Florida, USA. Photo and Caption: Bryan Pollard/Shutterstock.com The University of Florida (UF) has placed sixth on the 2021 list of the state’s top-ranked college. As of Monday, September 14, UF is tied for sixth place with the University of California, Santa Barbara,
Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S. Campbell Stadium at Florida State University. Photo: Artissimo Sports&Ent/Pinterest A petition has been created by Dr. Kendrick Scott, a former FSU football player. Dr. Scott is calling for a name change to the current Doak S. Campbell Stadium at Florida State University (FSU). In the petition, created on Friday,
Students walk to classes by the USF Bull mascot near the Marshall Student Center on the University of South Florida college campus quad in Tampa, FL, USA on January 15, 2020. Photo and Caption: Leigh Trail/Shutterstock.com State higher education leaders announced Monday, May 18 that Florida’s public university campuses will reopen in the fall. Details
After being put through a battery tests that used 60 measures of competitiveness across 10 categories, Florida ranked 12th in CNBC’s 2019 America’s Top States for Business.
Florida State University is privatizing its athletics department, effectively allowing it to operate like a corporation that’s shielded from public-records requests.
For the third year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Florida’s higher education system No. 1 in the U.S.