Florida State University license plates are also available in:
- Maryland (contact the Greater Washington DC Seminole Club (DC Noles) for an application form)
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
Florida State University license plates in certain states benefit the active Seminole Clubs in those states, and some clubs make scholarships available to students in their area who plan to attend FSU.
We understand that some alumni clubs in states other than Florida are exploring the possibility of introducing the Florida State University (FSU) license plate in their respective states. We appreciate and support the grass-root efforts of groups showing their FSU pride while supporting student scholarships. The undertaking to introduce specialty license tags varies from state to state and depends on individual state’s department of motor vehicle guidelines.
Recommendations to consider:
Sponsoring Seminole clubs should clearly define the purpose, objective and goal of the initiative to bring the hard work to reality at an efficient and timely manner. We recommend gathering fundamental information from the state agency responsible for license tags/plates to include name of a principal point of contact, a state legislature to endorse the request, design requirements, minimum quantity required and the time schedule to produce the plates as well as a marketing strategy.
If the effort is considered viable, club will be required to submit a memorandum of understanding (MOU) highlighting the responsibilities of the club and requirements of the issuing agency to the FSU Alumni Association and University Communications for approval. The approval will be based on the University’s brand review guidelines and is intended to provide consistency between the license plates in different states.
For more information, please contact the Seminole club in your state, the FSU Alumni Association or Ayne Markos (firstname.lastname@example.org).