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Chancellor for a Day Program

Chancellor Anderson
Chancellor James A. Anderson

Previous Students

Jazmin Henry - February 2, 2011
Dominiqua Fritts - November 10, 2010
L'Asia Brown - October 6, 2010
Elijah Davis III - April 7, 2010
Stephen Pennink - February 10, 2010
Kristy Mitchell - November 18, 2009
Cortney Slaughter - September 23, 2009
Yikang Bai - April 15, 2009
Matthew Wynne - February 4, 2009
Yasmine Aljuwani - December 4, 2008

Chancellor for a Day

Open to Graduate and Undergraduate Students Enrolled at FSU

The program is designed to enable students to gain a better understanding of the day-to-day operations of the University by shadowing the Chancellor for one day. They will participate in all of the activities and meetings scheduled for the Chancellor.

Students interested in being selected "Chancellor for a Day" must send in a letter of application of no more than 500 words or less and include the following:

  1. Why you want to be Chancellor for a Day.
  2. Have a cumulative grade point average of 3.00 or higher.
  3. Demonstrate evidence of your leadership from participation in student or community organizations, or in the academic major.
  4. Must give compelling factors to prove that you are the best person to be Chancellor for a Day.
  5. Include name, address, telephone number, email address, academic major, and classification.

Student applications will initially be reviewed for the Chancellor by a Selection Committee which is comprised of members of the Student Government Association, faculty, and the Chancellor's Office.

All applications must be in by the deadlines specified below:

Dates to be decided

E-mail all applications to Dr. Bertha H. Miller, Special Assistant to the Chancellor ( Notification of acceptance will be sent from the Chancellor's Office.

Chancellors For A Day

Charles WilliamsCharles Williams is a graduate student in the MBA program and is a Civil Engineer for the U.S. Army Corps of Civil Engineers. >> Read More



Jazmin HenryJazmin Henry, a senior Business Administration major, wants to become CEO of her own company. >> Read More



Dominiqua FrittsDominiqua Fritts, a junior Criminal Justice major, aspires to become a crime scene investigator for the FBI. >> Read More



L'Asia BrownL'Asia Brown, a senior Communications major, aspires to become a critically acclaimed author, publisher, entrepreneur, and collegiate-level professor. >> Read More



ElijahElijah Davis,
a senior
major, plans
to become a
lawyer. >> Read More

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