Presidents of Florida State University

Presidents Of Florida State University

The President of Florida State University is the Executive Officer of the Florida State University Board of Trustees, and, essentially, the leader of the university. Florida State's campus is in Tallahassee, Florida. Although the institution was officially founded on January 24, 1851, it officially became a Liberal Arts College in 1897.

The school's name did not reach the present form until 1945, going through a number of different names between 1851 and 1945. From 1857 to 1887, the school's leader was given the title of "Principal".

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