This new degree program will begin in Fall semester of 2021.


There are many people available to help answer your questions. Please refer to the following table to decide with whom you should speak.

Virtual Zoom Links for Drop/Add Week
Spring 2021

Natalie Webster Virtual Drop-In Hours

Tuesday (01/05) - Friday (01/08) & Monday (01/11)

9am – 12pm & 2pm – 4pm:   Meeting ID: 943 0993 6145


Dr. Steven Ramsier Virtual Office Hours

Wednesday (01/06) - Friday (01/08)
2pm - 3pm:    Meeting ID: 999 0751 4168


Contact for the following:

  • To change your current major to Statistics.
  • To add Statistics as a second major.
  • To add Statistics as a minor.
  • To resolve mapping holds or discuss other mapping issues.
  • To drop Statistics courses during the first 7 weeks of classes.
  • For application information about FSU's Statistics/Biostatistics graduate program.
  • To resolve course enrollment issues (closed/reserved sections).
  • To discuss graduate school options.

Contact Dr. S. Ramsier ( for the following:

  • If you are a prospective student and would like to discuss the Statistics major.
  • To discuss course selection for the Statistics major.
  • To make sure you are on track in fulfilling requirements for the Statistics major or minor.
  • If you have issues, concerns, or other needs for discussion about your coursework or progress in the Statistics major.
  • To discuss the SAS certificate program.
  • To discuss general questions about statistical professions.
  • To discuss general options after graduation.
  • To discuss enrolling in or progress toward the combined B.S./M.S. 5-year program.
  • For information on undergraduate research/Honors in the Statistics major.

Contact Prof. R. Bose ( for the following:

  • If you have issues with an introductory Statistics class that is taught by a teaching assistant and have first spoken with your instructor in an attempt to resolve the issue, but failed to come to a resolution

Contact either Undergraduate Studies or the College of Arts and Sciences office for the following:

  • For advising while on academic probation.
  • To discuss issues on readmission.
  • To drop a course after the end of the 7th week of classes.
  • To handle other special circumstances.

Freshmen and sophomores: Undergraduate Studies in UCA-3400 -

Juniors and Seniors: College of Arts and Sciences in 10 Longmire -

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