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Dr. Baldwin to provide collaborative leadership, strategic planning, supervision, grants, and budget development/oversight for strategic enrollment and student success units
Grant Secured by Dr. Kimberly Smith-Burton to Strengthen Master's Degree Programs in STEM
$769K Grant will fund an Excellence in Research Project in Collaboration with ECU
Fayetteville State University Alumna and Member of The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board will speak at the University’s Fall 2023 Convocation
Joint Celebration Set for September 21 Beginning 10:00am at the J.W. Seabrook Auditorium
Welcomes Nearly 7000 Students, Increases Freshman Retention by 14% in Two Short Years
FSU has appointed Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Michael Alexander as the AVC for Military Relations in the Division of External Affairs and Military Relations
U.S. State Department Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs announces FSU as 1 of 19 Fulbright HBCU Institutional Leaders
Fayetteville State vs. Lincoln (PA) • Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium • Sept. 16, 2023, 6:00 pm
BRONCO-iRADIO.COM Mobile App Is Now Available in Apple Store or Google Play
400 Years of European Prints from the Ackland Art Museum on Exhibit Through October 15, 2023
Dr. Kizito Mukuni will serve as Director of Online Education and Tristan Daniels will serve as the Online Navigator for the Office of Online Education
School of Nursing announces the appointments of Dr. Jennifer Johnson-Edwards as the Interim Associate Dean and Dr. Aprel Ventura as the Graduate Program Director
With over 17 years of administrative experience in higher education, Dr. Nichols will help shape the strategic direction of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Dr. Zhenlu Cui serves as session chair and presents at the 10th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM) held at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan
$1.33M fund will help establish the IMPACT Institute for collaboration between three HBCUs in N.C. for Data Science and A.I. Research for NASA’s Scientific Mission
THIS IS OUR TIME - A Message from Chancellor Darrell T. Allison, J.D.
The $600,000 grant will support campus and community performing and visual arts education initiatives, expand local cultural arts opportunities and provide student scholarships
Effective leadership, steady enrollment, strong state support bolster financial outlook
Welcome Week also includes events for military-affiliated students, adult learners, transfer and graduate students, and commuters
Grants Will Support FSU’s Fine Arts Series and International Music Festival
Sixteen University alumni, faculty and staff were among the honorees
First Courses Anticipated in Spring 2024
North America’s largest plant science meeting gathers global researchers from 50 countries
Yates will manage major and leadership gifts fundraising programs, campaign planning, annual giving, and corporate and foundation relations
She will lead a campus initiative to bolster participation and success among Black male students in STEM
Nearly 66% of FSU students enrolled in Summer Completion Program
Programs Offer Something for Everyone in Academics and Athletics
Newly refurbished facility reopens to university, community guests for enjoyment, events, exercise
University alumni, faculty and staff comprise 40% of the 2023 Honorees
The Board welcomes one new, three returning members
Ms. Kimberly A. Tamsett, Dr. Alison Van Nyhuis, Mr. Roguens Stinvil, and Ms. Ashanti Gaydon represent FSU
The initiative aims to prepare high school students for success in college STEM programs, encourage STEM careers
Three Student Teams Get Cash Prizes in Event Organized by FSU’s Broadwell College of Business and Economics
Bell will lead university fundraising initiatives, alumni and corporate relations efforts to advance university priorities
Bennett honored for second consecutive year as school claims seven 2022-23 CIAA titles
Allison makes the list for the second consecutive year
The Honorable Lloyd J. Austin, III, U.S. Secretary of Defense, Delivered Remarks Focused on a Summons to Service
330 Advanced Degrees Conferred; Dr. Roxie Cannon Wells Delivers Keynote Address
Andre Poyser and Kaila Coleman Will Enhance FSU’s Safe Sex and Reproductive Health Programming through Peer Education; Enjoy Learning Opportunities
Stephania Oates Among Seven Emerging Women IT Professionals Recognized at Inaugural Event
Student Government Association President Among 175 College Students Honored by ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge for voter registration, turnout successes
Heather M. Griffiths, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Interdisciplinary Studies
McQueen, Seward named CIAA Women's Outdoor Championship MVPs, Turner notches CIAA Women's Outdoor Track & Field Coach of the Year
The Honorable Lloyd J. Austin, III will speak at the undergraduate ceremony on May 13, 2023
Perform Cry of Jeremiah with Several Other Choirs, Many from HBCUs
Chandrika Johnson, Ph.D., assumed deanship April 1
First-of-its-kind partnership creates five paid internships for students
Honoree Sambit Bhattacharya, Ph.D., is a professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
ABC 11/WTVD continues annual student support
University promotes four-year, renewable awards to newly admitted high school and transfer students from Eastern North Carolina
Hodges, Cole earn individual player, coaching honors
Memorandum of Understanding provides $1 million to create Acquisition Career Workforce Professional program
Dr. Roxie Wells will speak at the graduate student ceremony on May 12, 2023
Alliance for Leading and Learning initiative aims to grow, diversify pool of mental health providers
Former commanding general of the United States Army Forces Command joins faculty in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Stunning imagery set to music from Pink Floyd’s iconic album in one-of-a-kind Planetarium Show
A competition to solve U.S. Department of Homeland Security real-world scenarios
FSU to engage in panel discussions and vendor fair amongst business owners to network with major local purchasers.
The event honors active-duty and veteran military service members and their families
Interdisciplinary Faculty Teams Earn Two New Grants Totaling $164,000
Their work could land them patents, prototypes and job prospects
Drs. Nicole Lucas and Hector Molina to participate in immersive leadership program
Dr. Robert Taber tapped as an advisor in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of Education focusing on equitable and inclusive access to education for all students
The grant will launch the University’s Expand Deployment of Pivotal Technologies Project
The effort aims to attract, enroll, retain and graduate a broader student population
Combining excellence and affordability, FSU is among just eight percent of regionally accredited postsecondary institutions to earn a ranking position
Funding helps new and transfer students close the gap between financial assistance and unmet need
Dr. Erica Campbell secures funding from the Center for Human Health and the Environment
Expanded services available to campus community through Division of Legal, Audit, Risk and Compliance
Two FSU faculty members were selected as Fulbright U.S. Scholars for 2022-23
Cumberland Community Foundation invests over $580,000 for academic success
The $750,000 commitment establishes the Gillis-Jones Institute for Ethics and Leadership in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
She will compete in the Miss North Carolina Pageant
Monday, February 13th, from 6:00 to 7:30 PM in room 242 of the Rudolph Jones Student Center
Wednesday, February 15, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST at the FSU Rudolph Jones Student Center
U.S. Department of Homeland Security encourages students to pursue cybersecurity careers
The Olympic-size pool available to serve the campus and community
Critical interception keys victory over Cincinnati Bengals to win AFC Championship, earn Super Bowl berth
Grant part of state effort to combat student substance abuse
Training program free of charge to FSU students and surrounding community
FSU ranked in U.S. News and World Report 2023 Best Online Programs
Anyone interested invited to meet at Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church Jan. 23
Dr. Johnny M. Smith to advance FSU strategic initiatives aimed at student success
FSU Broncos posted a Federal Graduation Rate of 71% compared to the overall Division II 59%.
Dr. Peter Eley will work with NASA’s STEM Engagement Office
Business Students Recognized for Project-Based Learning
FSU’s Broadwell College of Business and Economics Hosted its MBA Project Showcase
FSU appointed Stanley J. Elliott, Ph.D., senior advisor to the chancellor, effective January 3, 2023
Iyana Marie Beachem is a 2022 AT&T Dream in Black Rising Future Maker
Collaboration will provide a variety of opportunities for student staff at radio station
The concert is scheduled for Sunday, April 9, 2023, at the famed concert hall
FSU is the first HBCU in the country to host a SANE training program at its nursing school
“As a trusted body, the board’s approval signifies that FSU is qualifiedand well-capable of providing exceptional education. I’m proud that wehave once again received that designation,” said FSU Chancellor DarrellT. Allison.
The donation will allow the clinic to serve more students in Cumberland County
Heath brings experience in student achievement
Each faculty member will receive $50,000 for their research
A grant from George Mason University supports partnership between Fayetteville State, Elizabeth City State and the Defense Alliance of North Carolina to Tackle Human Trafficking
From The Office Of Chancellor Darrell T. Allison
The FSU team received a grant to pursue market research and customer discovery
Raines served as director of marketing at FSU for six years
Broncos Claim CIAA Football Championship 31-28 on 43-yard walk-off field goal by Elton Andrew
FSU’s Research Published in the Prestigious Advanced Optical Materials Journal
Bronco Expansion academic enrichment initiatives coming to Walker Spivey Elementary School thanks to a grant from the COVID-19 Learning Impact Program 2022
Broadwell College of Business Students to Create Comprehensive Business Plans for Small Businesses
Drs. Amanda Virelles and Kristina Henckel Honored by International Youth Music Competition
The Patient Safety and Quality Program received a 5-year CCNE accreditation
Hilda and Edward Cromartie, Sr., A Legacy of Service, Learning and Leadership
Dr. Justin Graham Receives Over Half a Million Dollars in State, Federal and Private Funding
John A. Bellamy will hold the office through September 2023
Dr. Marcus Cox will lead the committee through September 2025
FSU and the Association of College and University Educators join forces to help faculty develop evidence-based teaching practices that measurably improve student outcomes.
More than $655 Million has been Distributed to Over 4,200 Child Care Centers Across North Carolina
Chick-Fil-A joins McAlister’s Deli, Entrepreneur & Business HUB at Reinvigorated Murchison Road Locale; Starbucks Coming to FSU Campus
Prospective students may apply to FSU for free during NC College Application Week Oct. 17-21
Dr. James Raynor receives NIH Scientific Research Preparatory Program Award
Karen Elizabeth Bussey, Ph.D., will spearhead key initiatives and work with the Board of Trustees
Wanjagi brings valuable experience as FSU looks toward the future
Events to help high school students prepare, apply and pay for college scheduled over the coming months
Wednesday, October 19th @ 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. EST
Dr. Francena Turner Publishes Paper Highlighting FSU’s Involvement in the Black Campus Movement
Dr. Emily Lenning Honored by the American Society of Criminology
Dr. Erica Campbell secures grant to provide a space for students to easily access free basic hygiene and personal care products
FSU will participate in the Student Freedom Initiative’s HBCU Targeted Capacity Building Effort and receive nearly $4.3 million in Cisco cybersecurity tools and technical support over a five-year period.
Commanders Christopher Williamson and Freddy L. Johnson, Jr. announced as FSU Homecoming 2022 Grand Marshals
In anticipation of the inclement weather, Fayetteville State University will operate under Condition 1 (Reduced Operations) beginning at 12:01 am Friday, September 30.
The Fayetteville State University, Student Government Association, P.I.F. Administration will be facilitating a "Pink Out" on October 26th with a Breast Cancer Awareness Month balloon release to follow.
Thursday’s (Sept. 29) volleyball match will now begin at 2 pm in the Felton J. Capel Arena. Football game to be played Thursday, September 29 at 7:00 pm in the Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium.
The program will prepare promising mid-level managers for strategic leadership roles
Dr. Kaycee Bills was recently honored for her work and service to the community from the Southern Rural Sociological Association with the 2022 Excellence in Public Service Award
Dr. Robert Taber, an Associate Professor of History at Fayetteville State University, will participate in the “Communities in Action” event on the White House grounds September 22, 2022.
An East Carolina University and Fayetteville State University partnership has secured more than $1.3 million in grant funding from the North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation to address regional public health needs.
Fayetteville State University presents a gospel and comedy celebration. Get ready for a night of music and laughter. Save the date! Sunday, September 25th, 6pm in Felton J. Capel Areana
FSU recognized for third consecutive year by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
FSU will hold its 155th Founders’ Day celebration in conjunction with Fall 2022 Convocation on Thursday, September 22 at 2:00 p.m. in FSU’s Cook Quad.
FSU and Cape Fear Valley Health System are joining forces to help address a critical workforce shortage and strengthen Cape Fear’s capacity to deliver exceptional care in southeastern North Carolina.
Fayetteville-Cumberland Regional Entrepreneur and Business HUB ribbon-cutting and grand opening set for September 14
FSU recognized 700 students for superior academic achievement during the spring 2022 semester at its 2022 Chancellor’s List reception.
FSU computer science students Jonathan Soltren, Khali Crawford, Deneen Royal, Antwaun Tune, and Grace Vincent are back on campus after spending the summer working with NASA.
Zhu looks to protect crops from harsh environmental threats, yield more robust harvest
FSU named Austin R. Chalmers as director of bands and lecturer in the Department of Performing and Fine Arts effective August 1, 2022.
FSU records its largest enrollment in over 20 years with a total matriculation of 6,787 students.
The McNair Scholars Program is a federally funded TRiO program at over 150 institutions across the United States and Puerto Rico by the U.S. Department of Education. We accept students from underrepresented segments of society and prepare them for graduate school entry.
FSU’s Homecoming is October 8!
Bora comes to FSU from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) where he served as the national program leader of data science and biological engineering at USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
Findings featured in national newsletter promoting innovative advising practices
FSU offers one of the best and most affordable options in the country for online learners, according to recently released rankings.
Harper will oversee university engagement activities to promote and enhance positive relations between FSU and its alumni.
FSU alumni and faculty comprise nearly 25% of The Fayetteville Observer’s 2022 class of 40 Under 40.
ADOBE Creative Suite available for download!
Marcus S. Cox, Ph.D., has been appointed Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Fayetteville State University effective August 1, 2022
Fayetteville State University (FSU) will welcome first-year and new transfer students with Operation Smooth Move on Saturday, August 6, 2022. On Sunday, August 7 at 11 a.m., in J.W. Seabrook Auditorium, students will participate in the annual Pinning Ceremony, a long-held and storied Bronco tradition.
Dual University team showcases work at NASA’s Glenn Research Center
Fayetteville State University professor and chair of the Department of Communication, Languages and Cultures Todd S. Frobish, Ph.D. has received a prestigious Fulbright International Education Administrators Award
State’s First Ever Pilot Program Could Double Certified SANEs
Fayetteville State University Senior James Godbolt ’23 Scores Internship With The New England Patriots
Fayetteville State University’s Broadwell College of Business and Economics (BCBE) has been reaccredited for the next five years by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
FSU Students Participate in ECU Graduate Pathways Program and Research Collaboration
For the second straight year, FSU is applying pandemic relief funding to clear outstanding balances for students who attended the university from Summer 2021 through Spring 2022.
FSU is now offering Adobe Creative Cloud to its students and integrating Adobe tools and resources into its core curriculum to better prepare them for global citizenship and success.
1,400 FSU Students in Nine Residence Halls Will Enjoy Cutting-Edge Connectivity Starting in Fall 2022
The first of four in-person 2022 New Student Orientation Sessions is scheduled for Thursday, June 30th.
Brown is the 6th person to be named Trustee Emeritus, joining an illustrious group of dedicated volunteer leaders who have helped guide Fayetteville State forward.
An initiative launched in 2021 that offers free tuition and fees for up to seven credit hours for undergraduates and three credit hours for College of Education graduate students, plus books, room and board — to help keep students on track towards graduation in four years or less.
Fayetteville State University’s Charles W. Chesnutt Library will use a recently awarded $20,000 grant from the American Library Association (ALA) COVID Library Relief Fund to develop a technology lending program allowing students to check out laptops for use on- and off-site.
The Largest Single Private Gift in FSU’s History
Fayetteville State University’s Director of Facilities Operations and Maintenance, Tai Davis, is the new president of the North Carolina Association of Physical Plant Administrators (NCAPPA)
Samantha McKenzie Holmes, chief of staff; Tanya Hudson, Ed.D., chair and associate professor in the College of Education; and Hector Molina, DBA, vice chancellor for Information Technology Services will participate in the third cohort of the prestigious UNC Executive Leadership Institute program.
The Initiative is dedicated to a Government-wide policymaking effort to eliminate barriers HBCUs face in providing the highest-quality education to a growing number of students.
Fayetteville State University is one of three awardees selected for NASA’s inaugural Minority Serving Institution (MSI) Space Accelerator Challenge – a first-of-its kind competition to advance the goals of NASA and meet the agency’s needs in the areas of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and development of autonomous systems
UNC System President Peter Hans signed military credit regulation allowing military students across the UNC System to earn uniform credit for military training
Multidisciplinary team will assess social impact and trustworthiness of using AI for decision making across multiple disciplines
Warrior-Scholar Project (WSP) to help veterans succeed in higher education – making FSU the first historically black university to host a WSP academic boot camp. The partnership is the latest significant step the university has taken to increase veteran and multi-generation student support.
His robust relationships in our communities will help us strengthen and elevate the work we are able to accomplish on and off campus.
Two New Appointments at FSU. Fayetteville State University has appointed Wesley Fountain to the position of Vice Chancellor for External Affairs and Military Relations. Fountain will replace Wendell Phillips, who will now be responsible for leading FSU's state and federal relations department.
NASA has awarded Fayetteville State University a grant to establish the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) Precollege Summer Institute in Geospatial Science and Technology.
Fayetteville State University will join the rest of the world’s space enthusiasts by hosting a launch party for the OFT-2 Boeing Starliner capsule test on Thursday, May 19.
Chancellor Darrell T. Allison has been named to Business North Carolina’s Power List 2022. The news magazine released its annual list of North Carolina’s most influential business leaders on its website and in the May 2022 print issue.
Fayetteville State University recently hosted North Carolina's largest conference for student veterans in higher education, May 11. The NC Student Transition Resource Initiative for Veteran's Education (STRIVE) Conference included participation of over 50 North Carolina public and private institutions of higher education.
Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Nicholas Perkins to Keynote
Employment and Economic Growth Highlighted
Fayetteville State University (FSU) has been selected by the Institute of International Education (IIE) to receive an IIE American Passport Project grant that will enable 25 FSU students to obtain a U.S. passport and support their study abroad journeys.
N.C. Policy Collaboratory Awards $1M each to the Six Historically Minority-Serving Institutions
Presented by The Office of Access & Student Success Programs Talent Search
Presented by the College of Health, Science and Technology
Support Shanté Elliott and Her Worthy Cause by Visiting WomenofWorth.com and Voting Now through November 15th
Pilot Made Possible by $1.3M Strada Education Network Grant to TMCF
Investment will be used to address access to care and nursing shortages, educational resources, technology