The FSU Alumni Association charters affiliated Alumni Networks to serve Florida State University alumni. These volunteer-led groups are an avenue for FSU alumni to connect with fellow graduates who share similar interests or affiliations.
Florida State University Black Alumni’s (BA) mission is to build a network of black alumni and friends and sustain meaningful relationships on behalf of Florida State University. With events and programming designed specifically for black alumni and students, BA provides a framework that allows alumni to network with peers, socialize with fellow graduates and serve the university and community.
For more information, visit FSUBlackAlumni.org.
Founded in 1974, the Emeritus Alumni Society is a constituency organization of the Florida State University Alumni Association organized to encourage the continuing interest and participation of those alumni who have reached emeritus status: alumni who graduated from the university 50 or more years ago.
For more information, visit alumni.fsu.edu/community/emeritus.
The mission for FSU Hispanic/Latinx Alumni Network is to continue fostering the community created at Florida State for Hispanic/Latinx Alumni. They aim to promote representation, encourage participation and assist graduating students to continue their commitment to FSU as alumni. The network strives to connect alumni, families, friends, and fans who are passionate about FSU and their Hispanic/Latinx culture through ongoing events and programming.
President: Stefany Moncada
If you're interested in this Alumni Network, please fill out this brief survey.
The mission of the Florida State University LGBTQ+ (FSU LGBTQ+) is to cultivate a network of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and allied alumni to sustain meaningful relationships on behalf of FSU. Membership is open to any alumnus, associate or affiliate of the university with an earnest and steadfast commitment to the aims and goals of LGBTQ+ alumni.
For more information, contact email@example.com.
In 1947, veterans returning from World War II enrolled at the Florida State College for Women and, as a result, FSCW became Florida State University. It is because of this proud veterans legacy – and in service to those currently enrolled service members, past and present – that Florida State has committed itself to creating and sustaining the most veteran friendly and empowering university in the nation. The Veterans Alumni Society was established to foster and enhance relationships between veteran alumni and currently enrolled student-veterans, as well as veterans who are Florida State faculty and staff members.
For more information, visit https://veterans.fsu.edu/about-us/veteran-alumni-society