4fsu has provided Florida State University and its surrounding community with programming intended to heighten public awareness of local and University affairs since 1995. WFSU is shifting delivery of 4fsu content to our website and online platforms.
More information about available content and updates will be delivered via this website (wfsu.org/4fsu).
Visit the URLs below for information and schedules on upcoming livestreams of University content (when available). The streams are often archived via either YouTube or WFSU Passport free local content channels.
Explore the channels below to find out what is happening across Florida State University departments.
4fsu maintains a YouTube channel which has presented student projects, University events, lectures, and archived cable-channel programming.
The FSU Weather show streams on YouTube every weeknight at 6:00 p.m. ET. All weather shows are now archived via YouTube. FSU Weather is produced completely by students in the Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science at Florida State University.
Florida State University College of Music's Official YouTube Page.
As one of the largest music programs in higher education, the Florida State University College of Music's comprehensive curricula embraces all traditional areas of music and world music study from the baccalaureate to the doctoral level. As one of the leading music institutions in the world, the College enjoys an international reputation and is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music.
Florida State University Commencement (graduation) ceremonies.
The College of Communication & Information at FSU is comprised of three schools: School of Communication, School of Communication Science & Disorders, School of Information.
The largest college on campus, Florida State University's College of Arts and Sciences includes 18 departments; 14 programs and institutes; and nearly 11,000 students.
The Florida State University College of Education provides more than 40 academic programs offering bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, as well as specialist's certifications, with many opportunities for online/distance learning. Students work alongside faculty to improve primary and secondary education throughout both Florida and the nation with a foundation of strong academic preparation and extensive classroom experience. The College's award-winning faculty members pursue research and scholarship that expands the frontiers of knowledge in their areas of expertise. Their cutting-edge research enriches and informs classroom teaching and their achievements gain national and international recognition.
The College's diverse student population represents a multitude of ethnicities from over 40 countries.They are proud of a rich diversity that provides students with a real-world experience and exposes them to unique perspectives and ideas.
The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering is a joint institution of Florida A&M University and Florida State University offering grad and undergrad degree programs. The mission of the College of Engineering is to provide an innovative academic program of excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, judged by the highest standards in the field and recognized by national peers; to attract and graduate a greater number of minorities and women in professional engineering, engineering teaching and research; and to attain national and international recognition of the College through the educational and research achievements and the professional service of its faculty and students.
The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering is a joint institution of Florida A&M University and Florida State University that provides a variety of graduate and undergraduate engineering degree programs.
This channel is managed by the FSU College of Law.
Florida State University's leader in creating healthy lifestyles through fitness, wellness, sports, outdoor adventures, aquatics, and professional opportunities.
4fsu began as FSU Cable Channel 47 in 1995, changed to FSU6 in 2000, and in 2002 became 4fsu. The station was part of a group of cable stations created in a deal between The City of Tallahassee and Comcast Cable in the mid 1990s. Other cable stations created as a part of this agreement belong to: The City of Tallahassee, The Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), Tallahassee Community College (TCC), Leon County Public Schools and general Public Access.
The channel will sunset from Comcast Cable on March 31, 2023.