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Our core curriculum will expose you to a broad-based education rich in the liberal arts that will allow you to grow in a number of career directions. Lifelong learning at FSU means you will be fully prepared for the challenges and exciting opportunities in the world beyond college.


to University College, the academic home for undeclared students at Fayetteville State University. The pages of this site are designed to help students orient themselves to life at FSU. >> Read More

  • College Access Programs: These programs provide services that motivate and support students for preparation to enter and succeed in post-secondary education.
  • Freshman Center: Provides advisement and enrichment programs for first-time freshmen and undeclared second-year students.
  • Honors Program: The Honors Program challenges high-achieving students with a variety of programs.
  • International Education encourages and facilitates study abroad for FSU students as well as study at FSU for students from other countries.
  • Learning Center: Provides academic support in a number of subjects.
  • Military Education provides programs for active duty personnel and veterans as well as
  • Registrar: Maintains student academic records for the University.
  • Special Programs provides educational opportunities, outreach and support programs that inspire youth and adults to achieve quality education.
  • First-Year Initative and Second-Year Initative: These programs help you to get the most out of your first and second years at FSU!
  • University College is also responsible for the University College Core Curriculum, which all students must complete.
 What's New?
  • LEAP (Learning and Engagement at an Accelerated Pace) Scholars Program, a transitional summer experience for first-time freshmen (by invitation only) that includes: courses in English, Math, and University Studies, comprehensive academic support activities, and programs that promote personal and career development.


Helen T. Chick Building

University College
Fayetteville State University
1200 Murchison Road
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Helen T. Chick Building, Room 103

Dr. John I. Brooks III, Dean

Dr. Gerald Mitchell, Associate Dean

Ms. Geneva Ford, Administrative Support Specialist

Hours: M-F 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Phone: (910) 672-1060

A Constituent Institution of The University of North Carolina