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FSU Admissions Open

FSU Admissions Open - FSU Admissions are now available to incoming freshmen and potential transfer students hoping to be accepted for the 2011-2012 school year. That’s Florida State University, for anyone who doesn’t do well with acronyms.

To apply, visit the website of Florida State University; locate the admissions section, fill out the required information, pay the fee and log in and out whenever you’d like to check on the status of your application (hint: results won’t be instantaneous). You might also be required to fill out a temporary account with the site.

FSU Admissions Open

As is the case with many universities, the school will likely keep the FSU admissions process open until the limit of potential new students has been reached.

Potential Florida State applicants shouldn’t get mixed up with the other FSU admissions process making news today; Fayetteville State University is submitting an admission application of its own, with the Board of Nursing. The school suspended all admissions in 2009 to the nursing program; now, they are hoping to kick start the program anew. Perhaps they are fueled by the success of outgoing nursing students, the ones accepted before the shut down process. Those students all passed the necessary National Council Licensure Examination. On the first try, even!

FSU Admissions Open


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