The Office for Adult Learners
The Office for Adult Learners serves as an advocate for all UNDERGRADUATE students who are 25 and older. We are committed to helping students make the right connections to achieve the goal of completing a college degree. As an adult learner, we realize that you face a different set of challenges when it comes to finishing your education. The responsibilities of school, family, job, and whatever else is getting in the way of achieving your dreams can be discouraging. We are here to serve your needs and help you accomplish what you set out to do.
Come by our office in the Broadwell College of Business and Economics, Suite 130 to share your story and ask questions. We are here to help!
Adult Advisory Group - if you would like to become a part of the Adult Advisory Group, submit this form. Our role as advocates for FSU's adult learners will be strengthened when we get input from the inside!
If you need a place to study, do project work with your group or just looking for a place to get away before, between or after class, visit:
- Student Commuter Lounge (downstairs facing the Radio Tower parking lot in the Student Center)
- Adult Learners' workroom (BCBE 210)
- Chestnut Library - All study rooms must be reserved to use. You may reserve a study room by visiting the Library's Reference Desk, Circulation Desk or the Director's Office (3rd floor). You may also reserve study rooms over the phone. Please call 910) 672-1233, 910) 672-1231 or 910) 672-1751 for assistance.
Understanding the processes, practices and policies of life at the university isn't simple. The Office for Adult Learners is here to provide that guidance. Below we've built links, guides, and resources to help you find the answers to your questions. But if you find yourself getting frustrated, pick up the phone and give us a call.