Commonly Asked Questions
Where do I get information regarding weather and commuting to campus?
If you have questions on whether class and activities are being held during harsh weather, visit FSU's Emergency page . This site will give you the information needed in regards to making your commute to campus.
Is there a web page for commuter students?
Yes it is located here. This site is the location for commuter students to learn more about the resources, programs, and services for those that commute. We also have a page on the Club and Organization portal Bronco Advantage.
If I have a question, but do not know whom to ask, is there someplace I can go?
You may stop in the Commuter & Adult Student Learner Services office located in tHood Hall Room 24, email Coordinator for Commuter & Adult Students Ashley Dougherty at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mrs. Dougherty at (910) 672-2112 with your question.
How do I meet people?
Get involved in a student organization, participate in intramurals, study with classmates, attend programs hosted on campus or hang out in the student center. There are several ways to meet people on campus. You are welcome to stop in the Commuter & Adult Student Learner Services office to learn more about the opportunities available to students. We are also on Twitter. Follow @FSUCASLS to see our tweets. You can join the CASLS page on Bronco Advantage and we have a Blackboard page resources and more.
Where can commuters park on campus?
Parking for commuter students is available in designated lots throughout campus. Like the residential students, commuters must first purchase a permit to be able to park on campus in these lots. Commuters will have the opportunity to choose which lot they wish to park in providing spaces are available. Commuter lots are by the Student Center (by the building and along Mary T. Eldridge Road, the SBE building, and between Knuckles and Capel Arena.