Often known as a party school, Florida State University (FSU) was recently filled with thousands of students singing praises to God on their lawn. 

The free worship event called 'Unite FSU' took place on Thursday, February 15. The next day one of the speakers, Jennie Allen shared what happened shortly after the event on her Instagram. 

"It's happening again! FSU Baptisms!  Hundreds maybe a thousand students came forward to trust Jesus. We can't explain what's happening apart from the Spirit," she wrote. 


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During the worship night a call was put out inviting students to come to Christ and 4,500 raised their hands. Shortly after, all the while singing praises, the students headed outside to the fountain where spontaneous baptisms started happening. 

On the Instagram post, a mother commented, "My daughter was one of the students who was baptized in the fountain that night after the conference!  Praise God!!!"

According to Niche, FSU is well-known as the top party school in the state and the second biggest party school in the U.S.A. 

For those that made a commitment to God that evening, the organizers encouraged them to get connected with a local church to continue to grow in their faith.