Search for laptops around campus this October during National Cyber Security Awareness Month for a chance to win an HP laptop.
Save a trip to campus when you use FSU’s virtual computer lab—myFSUVLab—to access university software at home, or wherever you are.
Updates to the FSU directory, including a new, mobile-friendly design, make it easier than ever to find and connect with university faculty and staff.
A new release of the myFSU Mobile app gives faculty and advisors access to mobile versions of Faculty Center and Advising Center with content tailored to their role at FSU.
A new Outlook featured called Focused Inbox makes it easy to organize your email and focus your time on the messages that matter most to you.
The Secure Apps tab in myFSU portal is being retired, and all links are now accessible via the myFSU Links section of the portal landing page.
Use the new features in the myFSU Mobile app to check grades and keep up with important student to-dos over the summer.
A recent ITS survey gathers feedback from FSU students, faculty and staff on everything from ITS email alerts to Wi-Fi locations.
A new password reset policy and mandatory password reset help safeguard FSU accounts.
Adobe Creative Cloud—including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and other creative apps—is now available to all employees at FSU, making it easier than ever to design posters, animations, videos and more.