The Florida State Seminoles Boosters, the fundraising arm of FSU athletics, has been making a big push recently for new donors and contributions as part of its One Tribe campaign.
Here’s what it’s looking to fund and improve as part of the campaign:
Your contributions help support the following areas of athletics and are critical to the overall success—on and off the field—to our student athletes.
Sports Medicine – Health, Prevention and Rehabilitation:
Staff – 15 Full-time trainers, 11 GA/Interns
Nutrition – Wellness/Energy/Performance
Staff – 2 full-time dieticians
Personalized nutrition plans
Professional Development – Molding good citizens/understanding their role in society/career planning
Staff – 3 full-time, 2 GAs
Leadership, career, and personal development and training
Strength and Conditioning – Preparation/Injury Prevention/Performance:
Staff – 13 full-time strength coaches
Eight training rooms
Coaches – Leaders, Mentors, Execution:
Staff – 16 head coaches, 36 assistant coaches
COVID-19 – Health, Safety:
Testing, PPE, medical services, sanitization
Scholarships – Educational Opportunities, Room and Board, Books:
-Investment $11.6M annually.
246.2 scholarships for 500 student-athletes
301 All-ACC performers in 2019-2020
Equipment – Tools for Practice and Conditioning:
-$1.2M (plus Nike)
6 full time staff
Florida State has already hit its 100 million dollar goal of the Unconquered Campaign; this could soon mean that it will be time to break ground on the football on facility that you see at most top programs around the country.
As the 2021 season approaches, the Boosters released a hype video of the Seminoles’ offseason workouts, known as Tour of Duty:
You can get more info on the Boosters campaign here.