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Orientation for New Students and Employees...

Welcome to FSU!  Find out what you can do daily to protect and preserve our environment. 

Conserve Energy and Water...

Help FSU conserve our energy and water resources by doing your part, see our annual Strategic Energy & Water Plan. Tip #1- turn off lights and computers when leaving. 

Turn Off Your Engine...
Turn Off Your Engine
Unnecessary idling wastes fuel, money and pollutes the air!


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Science & Technology Building

Science & Technology Building

The 60,000 square foot, LEED® Silver certified facility, consists of two four-story wings (one administrative, one instructional) that are configured to support "STEM" (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning and research, and additional laboratories for Chemistry, Forensics, Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science. Connecting the two wings is the space called "Discovery Forum," a focal point at the center of the building that provides a centralized entryin to the building and common use areas for faculty and students including, seminar rooms and a cafe. Additional program elements such as The Data Center, Center for Defense and Homeland Security spaces program elements were housed in he instructional wing.

The Discovery Forum is clad in a zinc panels and extensive glass forming a visual focal point on the campus main quadrangle. This eco-effective building is a true symbol of FSU's commitment to advanced interdisciplinary learning and stewardship to our natural resources.

  • High quality and efficiency T5 lighting with occupancy sensors
  • High performance glazing and building envelope
  • High efficiency water cooled centrifugal chillers
  • High efficiency condensing style boilers and water heater
  • Variable air volume laboratory exhaust system with heat recovery
  • Variable volume air and water distribution systems
  • Low flow plumbing fixtures
  • Building energy consumption dashboard

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