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Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville NC 28301
H. T. Chick Building 201
Phone: (910) 672-2686
Dr. D Jason DeSousa
Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs
Ervin. T. Brinkley
Coordinator for Persistence and Graduation
B. Dexter Sharp II
Coordinator for Academic Resources for Male Initiatives
The fundamental purpose of the University’s male initiatives is to better create institutional opportunities for the academic and personal success of young men enrolled at Fayetteville State University. While the University has an array of academic and personal support services and programs, FSU has identified three major initiatives to help better springboard young men to graduation. These specialized initiatives are:
Ultimately, FSU seeks to better increase the timely degree completion rates of men. FSU students are encouraged to visit with us in the Helen T. Chick Building, Room 201.
For a detailed narrative on retention and graduation rates, please click Promising Trends.
A Comparison of Persistence Rates Between the MILE and Representative Samples of FSU Men (In Percentages and By Cohorts)
"Transitioning: Celebrating Young Men of Color & Encouraging Them to Succeed"
Saturday, April 5, 2014
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
(More information is Forthcoming)
The MILE Spotlight
Akanni, a first-year Pre-Medical major and B3 student from Rock Hill, SC, has been selected to attend the 7th Annual Principled Leadership Symposium which will take place March 13-14, 2014. This years theme is Principled Leadership as Respect: Valuing Others before Self.
Matthew, a first-year Business Administration major and B3 student from Wilmington, NC, earned a 4.0 GPA in the fall 2013.
Sergio, a first-year Geography major and B3 student from Fayetteville, NC, earned a 4.0 GPA in the fall 2013.
Jaleen, a sophomore nursing major and MILE student from Laurinburg, NC, earned a 3.6 cumulative GPA after the fall 2013 semester.