• 1947 Hospitality Legacy Society

1947 Hospitality Legacy Society

In 1947, a coed Florida State University was launched, the Seminole was selected as its athletic symbol, and the Department of Restaurant and Hotel Management was born. Known today as the Dedman School of Hospitality, the program has a more than 70-year tradition of graduating hospitality industry leaders of the world’s top hotels, restaurants, clubs and resorts.

Whether you are an alumnus, parent, industry partner or a supporter, you're invited to memorialize your connection with Florida State's rich hospitality tradition on the 1947 Hospitality Legacy Society display, 2nd floor of Dedman School of Hospitality, University Center Building B, main campus. Make your mark by adding a tile with your name and personal message, while helping to support future FSU hospitality students:
Garnet level: A 1 x 4” tile with one line of text (maximum of 25 characters per line, including spaces) for $99.

Gold level: A 2 x 4” tile with three lines of text (maximum of 25 characters per line, including spaces) for $199.

Learn more, contact Joshua Harkness.

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