The Center for Global Engagement (CGE), located in the Global and Multicultural Engagement Building (The Globe), offers programs and services to facilitate international diversity, foster global understanding and awareness, and enhance internationalization efforts within the FSU community.
New International Student Orientation
The Center for Global Engagement is committed to your success as an F-1 international student at FSU. We have developed a helpful two-step international student orientation to provide you with important information about maintaining your immigration status, as well as what you need to know about your new university and city.
Our housing resource page includes both on-campus and off-campus housing information for international students, as well as a guide to successful off-campus living prepared by the Dean of Students Office.
News and Announcements
Support For Nepal
Two major earthquakes in Nepal have caused massive destruction, thousands of deaths and left thousands without food, shelter and basic supplies. FSU’s 11 graduate students from Nepal encourage everyone to contribute toward this cause through one of the international organizations. Read More..
Where in the World is The Globe (website)?
If you are interested in making a space reservation at The Globe and can no longer find the link on this page, that is because The Globe now has its own website. The Global and Multicultural Engagement Building, also known as The Globe, primarily provides office space for two Division of Student Affairs departments: the Center for Global Engagement and The Center for Leadership and Social Change. However, this LEED-GOLD certified green building was also designed to promote student engagement and interaction among diverse groups within the university community. To find out more about the Globe facilities and make reservations, please visit: The Globe Website
The kNOw MORE Campaign
Florida State University does not tolerate sexual violence. FSU continues to actively and aggressively provide institution-wide programs and services to educate our students and university community on responsible conduct, the meaning of consent, how to properly report cases of sexual misconduct, and how to hold individuals accountable for their behavior. The kNOw MORE sexual violence prevention initiative is about action, education, and the continuum of care for our students, faculty, and staff.
Tobacco Free FSU
For the health and wellness of the campus community, effective January 1, 2014, the FSU campus will be entirely tobacco-free. Show your support for a healthier campus environment; take the tobacco free pledge to honor Florida State University's decision to go tobacco FREE!