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The Main Campus
Our classroom buildings include Compton Science Center, Dunkle, Fine Arts, Framptom, Gunter, Lowndes, Old Main, Pullen and the Guild Human Resources Center. Students also attend classes in the Performing Arts Center and the Cordts Physical Education Center.
In addition to specialized departmental labs in all departments, science facilities include a planetarium, greenhouse, live animal rooms, centrifuge, herbarium, arboretum, biotechnology center and electron microscope. The Appalachian Laboratory of the USM Center for Environmental Studies also provides research facilities for FSU students and faculty, as does the new research park. Finally, FSU is one of the few institutions that gives undergraduates the opportunity to conduct non-invasive research on animal behavior through providing a home to a cotton-top tamarin colony.
Forty-eight percent of our students live on campus in 11 residence halls (Allen, Annapolis, Cambridge, Cumberland, Diehl, Frederick, Frost, Gray, Simpson, Sowers and Westminster), and Edgewood Commons, a privately owned apartment-style community.
Student meals are served in the Chesapeake Dining Hall, the Appalachian Station in the Lane University Center, and at Sub Zero in Sowers Hall.
Executive offices are located in the Hitchins Administration Building.
Pullen and Sand Spring Halls house most student services offices. In Pullen, you will find Admissions and Financial Aid, the Registrar, University and Student Billing, Office of Graduate Services, Programs for Academic Support and Studies (P.A.S.S.), Disability Support Services and Student Support Services. Sand Spring Hall is the temporary home to Counseling and Psychological Services, Career Services, the Career Resource Center, Veterans’ Affairs, Upward Bound and the Regional Math/Science Center. The University Children’s Center has its own building next door.