Undergraduate Research is one of the keys to making our university a preminent one, and its success depends on the support of our world-class faculty. By engaging students and faculty in the university’s main missions — teaching and research — in a way that gives students one-on-one access to faculty and gives faculty access to the next generation of researchers, the entire university culture benefits.
This page speaks to mentoring undergraduates in general; for advice and requirements related to specific FSU undergraduate research programs, please see those programs’ pages.
Funded by the Office of the Provost, the Grants for Engaged Learning (GEL) program supports faculty initiatives to promote student engagement and innovation within new or existing undergraduate courses at any level. The program is part of a larger university "Graduate Success" initiative focused on advancing graduates to the next step along the career path of their choice.
UROP offers a rare opportunity for first- and second-year students to partner with our excellent faculty as research assistants.
The Honors Research Consultant (HRC) Program is designed to bolster research opportunities for undergraduate students as part of their coursework.
In addition to the Honors Thesis Mentor Awards made available by the University Honors Program, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement now offers two Undergraduate Research Mentor Awards ($2000) each year, one of which is reserved for a UROP Research Sponsor.
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