CharethCutestory wrote:Hey folks, I'll be at FSU this fall, as well. Quick question - have any of you been contacted with payment dates and information about activating email addresses, yet? I haven't, and I'm getting a bit worried. It's not as though I'm not registered as attending (deposit paid, etc.). I just think that my having moved recently may have thrown a kink in the works with their correspondences with me.
Godspeed finding housing.
I haven't received anything via snail mail. The only thing I have received is a couple of e-mails without any substantive information. One e-mail gave a recommended reading list and reminded you to complete the Admit Checklist which includes ADDRESS CHANGE FORM
(if you haven't done so), 2 transcripts, health history, health insurance, and residency form. The other was a reminder about the mandatory orientation and the optional orientation. EDIT: Just got another one with a Health Compliance Checklist.
I don't think anything else has really been set yet, besides orientation dates. If you are looking for when your tuition and fees are due, you should be able to find that online. It looks like it is September 9th. http://registrar.fsu.edu/dir_class/fall/acad_cal.htm
This was a timeline for last year, to give you an idea of what to expect:http://www.law.fsu.edu/admitted_students/first-year_tips.html
June 7: Director of Admissions Jennifer Kessinger welcomes you to the class of 2013.
June 11: Orientation information from Associate Dean of Student Affairs Nancy Benavides.
June 18: Health Compliance Checklist: Health forms and proof of insurance are due by July 16.
June 25: Tips and information from the Information Technology Department.
July 2: Consent to Release and Employment Duty to Disclose forms — due by July 16.
July 2: Register for Orientation — due by July 30.
July 9: 10 Tips for Getting Your Financial House in Order AND Deadline Reminders
July 16: Tips from current 2Ls, 3Ls and recent alumni on how to prepare and how to succeed in law school.
July 23: Tips on Bar-Related Matters from the Office of Student Affairs
July 30: Tips and information on several important departments at the College of Law.
August 6: Newsletters with important information for first-year students as well as transferring and visiting students.