The Coyle E. Moore Athletic Center is located on the north side of the beautiful University Center at Doak S. Campbell Stadium and is the hub of life for FSU’s 400-plus student-athletes. It is home to the Athletics Administration and support staff and houses the Executive Staff, Business Office, Computer Information Services, Coaches’ Video, Seminole Productions, College of Communication faculty offices and student edit rooms, Academic Support, Student Services, Compliance, Sports Information, Digital Media, Marketing and Promotions, Facilities and Event Management, Nutrition, classrooms, a dining facility with a full service kitchen, and a mailroom. etc.
Initially built in the 1950’s as a football field house, the original infrastructure of the athletic center plumbing, sewage, and air-conditioning had become inadequate to the demands placed upon it by far more student-athletes and staff than it was designed for.
In 2004, the Moore Building underwent an overhaul makeover to match the rest of the University Center with a more efficient floor plan to allow for more room for growth.
The new facility caters to the student athlete’s needs by housing an impressive dining hall, a 15,000 square foot training and rehab facility, and a more than 8,000 square foot tutorial and study hall space. A multi-purpose theatre for team meetings, press conferences, and symposiums is also located on the first floor of the Moore Athletic Center.
The main level showcases Florida State’s talented student-athletes with wall-to-wall vibrant memories of historic Seminole seasons and athletic achievements, including the 1993 and 1999 football national championships.
In an effort to enhance the studies of Florida State students, there is also a designated space for athletic-training curriculum and a studio provided for the College of Communication students to gain hands on experience producing work for Seminole athletics.