Is FSU JUST a party school?

<p>Is the school just a party school? Or is it easy to make friends who don't like partying? I just don't want to find out I'm the only one in the entire school that is going to stay in on Friday nights! Thanks :)</p>

<p>Hey guess what you and I have something in common. We'll most likely be staying in on Friday nights lol. (I do stay in on friday nights btw) </p>

<p>Umm, I'm not sure, my dorm is usually dead on friday nights and saturday nights for the most part, I see a lot of students leaving during the nights idk where to, but I can't say for sure it's a party. </p>

<p>If I had a car on campus, I'd probably go out on friday nights, like to the movies or something yah know? :/ I'm sure you'll meet people who don't go out on friday nights and hope you won't feel pressured to go all wild during the weekend if you don't want to.</p>

<p>Lots of school spirit should not be confused with endless partying. Students that don't take academics seriously enough flunk out.</p>

<p>There is alot of partying but also there are people that don't personally I do a little of both lol. Always a party and some good bars. Even though they closed the strip down and 2020 which kind of sucks. But oh well</p>

<p>So there are parties, and hanging out on the weekend. But the first semester of my freshman year, I didnt go out on weekends everyone wanted to party. And I found friends that way, we all found stuff to do. I mean there is fun stuff to do on and around campus, there is a bowling alley and the SLC(a movie theater) that plays some cool movies on campus. If your into video games go to the SLC there are wiis and computers and you can play some super smash bros. Also hanging out at sweetshop, right off campus is nice, its a cafe you can do homework and they have great tea. You just gata explore a bit.</p>