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Chancellor for a Day

Chancellor For A Day Program

Apply Now For A Great Leadership Experience

Open to Graduate and Undergraduate Students Enrolled at FSU

You will be “Chancellor for a Day” and participate in all of the activities and meetings scheduled for Chancellor James A. Anderson. The main goals of the program are to: 1.) give students an opportunity to be a part of the administrative process; 2.) emphasize the role of the student in the university; 3.) give students experience in the decision making process; and 4.) enable students to gain some understanding of the leadership skills required for managing a multifaceted organization and the synergy required for operating as a whole.

Students interested in being selected must submit a completed Chancellor for a Day Application Form. Fill in the information as requested and email all applications to

Applications will initially be reviewed for the Chancellor by the Selection Committee, which is comprised of students, faculty, staff, and representatives from the Student Government Association and the Chancellor’s Office. Notification of acceptance will be sent from the Chancellor’s Office.

Teneshia Renee Beatty

Chancellor for a Day September 28, 2016

Chancellor for a Day - Teneshia Renee Beatty

Ms. Teneshia Beatty is President of the Omega Beta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and was Miss Zeta Phi Beta in 2015. She has served as Miss Hackley Honors Hall, President of Hackley Honors Hall, Secretary for the FSU Honors Council, SGA Senator at Large, and a member of the FSU Gospel Choir. As a Robert H. Short Scholar, she served as a Global Mentor with international students and learned about their cultures and taught them about hers.

Volunteer services by Teneshia include working with children at the FSU Early Child Learning Center, Rockfish Elementary School, Elizabeth Cashwell Elementary School, and performing as a member of the dance team for her church. She has completed various community service projects such as March of Dimes Walks, feeding the needy at Operation in as Much, and hosting info tables on campus about Cervical Cancer Risks.

As Vice President of An Educated Beauty, a nonprofit organization, Teneshia plans to use her degree in biology to educate youth, especially young women, about mental and physical health, academics and scholarship, and women empowerment. Though her major goals are to become a pediatric physician’s assistant and a biology professor, she also has aspirations as an entrepreneur. Teneshia feels that she will be empowered “to improve her leadership skills by having the distinct honor of being Chancellor for a Day.”

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