The scholarship program offered to students is called the Presidential Scholarship.
It’s a three-year, $2,000 scholarship that covers the cost of the entire two-year term.
It has a cap of $2.1 million for each of the five years of study, with a $500,000 cap each of 2019 and 2020.
It also covers costs of living expenses.
The president’s scholarship is offered by the FSU College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the college said.
The program is open to students from Florida State University, Florida International University, FSU, the University of South Florida, University of Central Florida, and the University at Buffalo.
The College of Law at FSU has a similar scholarship program, the President’s Scholarship.
The Florida State Presidential Scholarship is not open to those who are currently enrolled in FSU’s graduate program in law or medicine, the College of Engineering, or the College at Fond du Lac.