No, Florida State University does not require one to be submitted. FSU uses the Self-reported Student Academic Record (SSAR).
All first-year applicants must complete a SSAR, with the following exceptions:
The Common Application is used by a large number of colleges, many who do require a school report. When a student submits an application via the Common Application, regardless of how many colleges they apply to, their college counselor is asked to submit one school report - which is made available to all colleges on the Common Application. FSU however, will not use the school report. We require the SSAR.
The Common Application does require students to provide a counselor contact information. However, Florida State University requires no further action on behalf of the counselor. FSU does not require a school report to be uploaded and submitted at the time of the application, as the SSAR will provide us with the necessary information needed for application review.
Florida State will still receive the student's Common Application even if a school report has not been uploaded.
No. The Common Application provides the ability to invite recommenders to submit information to colleges on your behalf, however, Florida State University does not require applicants to submit recommendations as part of the holistic review of an application.
No. The information gathered from the school report will be collected through the SSAR.