What is Round Up for FSU?
Round Up for FSU is a philanthropic initiative. Round Up for FSU was launched by Florida State University’s Office of Business Services on July 1, 2016. Round Up for FSU gives customers at specific campus retail locations the opportunity to “Round Up” their purchases to the nearest quarter (25¢). The difference is automatically donated to a worthy cause. This initiative benefits the FSU Food For Thought Student Food Pantry and the FSU United Way Campaign. Rounding Up is conducted solely on a voluntary basis, and only applies to point of sale purchases with cash, credit, and debit.
Where can you Round Up for FSU?
Upon checkout, customers can voluntarily round up their purchases at the following locations
How can you Round Up for FSU?
Upon checkout at specific campus retail locations, customers will be given the choice to Round Up their purchase to the nearest quarter (25¢). If the patron chooses to do so, their purchase will be Rounded Up to the nearest 25¢. Once the new amount is paid for and the transaction is complete, the difference will be automatically donated to the FSU Food For Thought Food Pantry.
When can you Round Up for FSU?
The Round Up for FSU initiative began July 1, 2016 and has been running ever since. You can Round Up anytime you make a purchase at a participating location!
Who benefits, and why is FSU undertaking Round Up for FSU?
The Round Up for FSU initiative benefits the FSU Food For Thought Food Pantry. The Office of Business Services and FSU recognize that food insecurity is a growing trend on college campuses across the country. According to the Hunger in America 2014 National Report published by Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief organization, nearly half (49.3 percent) of their college clients must choose between food and educational expenses (e.g., tuition, books and supplies, rent). Through Round Up for FSU, the university is helping alleviate hunger on its campus.