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The Office of Marketing and Communications is your resource for additional information about Fort Valley State University.

We are located on the 1st Floor of Huntington Hall, on the main campus, in the historic quad area.

For more information about FVSU, contact us at:

Pamela Berry-Johnson, Director
Office: 478.825.6518

Cell:  478.297.0527

Shonda Lewis, Marketing Coordinator
Office: 478.825.6167


Christina Milton, Public Relations Specialist
Office: 478.822.7589


Kennith Inge, Web Content Coordinator
Office: 478.827.3110


Robert Ross, Part-time Photographer
Office: 478.825.6319


Campus Police Information

  1. Campus Police are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,  for all Fort Valley State University students. The main office is located on the ground floor of the Bywaters Building.
  2. FVSU’s 24-hour Campus Police Department Telephone Number: (478) 825-6211, 6304, 6500 or text the Campus Police at 911fvsu@fvsu.edu.
  3. 24-Hour Escort Service is available. Call Campus Police at (478) 825-6211.
  4. Emergency phones are located throughout the campus. Push “Help Call” button to be connected with Campus Police.
  5. The FVSU Campus Police Department is located on the Ground Floor of theBywaters Building and is open 24 hours a day for on and off campus students who need assistance.

Jacqueline Caskey-James,LPC, NCC
Director of Health and Counseling Services
1005 State University Drive
Fort Valley, Georgia 31030

Office: 478-825-6174
Fax: 478-825-6058
Mobile: 478-662-0135
Email: caskeyj@fvsu.edu

Valley Behavioral Health Services provides confidential personal assistance with life issues such as stress, emotional problems, alcohol and drug issues, relationships, and physical and emotional abuse. We are located at:

Hunt Infirmary/Health Services Building
Florence J. Hunt Student Health Center

Fort Valley State University
1005 State University Drive
Fort Valley, GA 31030
Phone: (478) 822-1035

The Florence J. Hunt Student Health Center is located across from the C.V. Troup Administration Building and Josephine Lewis “Josie” Hall. The center is staffed by a director, physician, two staff nurses, two nurse assistants and an office manager. The center is open M-F (8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) while the university is in session and provides health care and services for students who register for six or more credits.

The Health Center provides proactive health promotion and primary prevention services, and medical/clinical services for the students. However, prescription medications and other medical expenses are the responsibility of the students. Students are encouraged to obtain insurance to assist in defraying medical costs. Insurance forms may be obtained in the Office Student Affairs.

All new students, with exceptions for active military and students enrolling in fully online programs, are required to provide evidence of inoculation for Mumps, Measles, and Rubella, and a completed health examination form by a physician. The center recommends additional inoculations for Diphtheria, Hepatitis A and B, Influenza, Meningitis, Polio, Varicella, Tetanus, and TB Screening.

Safety Awareness for Everyone

Fort Valley State University’s Safety Awareness For Everyone (SAFE) campaign provides personal safety tips to help individuals remain safe on or off campus. If you have a crime to report, contact Campus Safety at (478) 825-6211, or if it is an emergency, call the Fort Valley City Police Department at 911.

Safety Tips to Prevent from Becoming a Crime Victim

Stay Aware and Don’t Travel Alone

  1. Be mindful of your surroundings, especially at night.
  2. Park in well-lit areas.
  3. Texting while walking prevents you from observing your surroundings.
  4. Listening to music through headphones, while walking, makes you less aware and is a bad idea, especially at night.
  5. Keep your vehicle doors locked at all times and look 360 degrees, before exiting your vehicle to go inside of your home.
  6. Always walk confidently with your head up, and stay alert of your surroundings
  7. Walk with a friend, buddy or a group.
  8. Have your keys ready before you reach your house or apartment door.
  9. If you have to go someplace late at night, notify a friend when you leave, and how long it will take for you to arrive.
  10. Pay attention to description of strangers in and around your area, especially their clothing and build.
  11. Call the police to check out suspicious strangers in your area.
  12. Carry your Student I.D. with you at all times.

Secure Yourself and Your Home

  1. Make it a habit to lock your doors after entering your homes. Check to see your doors are secure before you fall asleep at night.
  2. Never open your house or home to strangers or unwelcome visitors.
  3. Don’t broadcast your activities or personal information on social media.

Protect your valuables

  1. Never leave valuables, purses, wallets in plain view of your apartment or vehicle windows.
  2. Do not wear flashy jewelry, especially when walking home alone: it entices thieves.
  3. Never leave valuables, purses, wallets, in plain view of your apartment window or unsecured inside of your vehicle.
  4. Keep serial numbers stored of cell phones and digital equipment (laptops, tables, etc;)
  5. Install “Find Me” apps or locator apps on your smart phones.
  6. Write distinguishing marks on your property.


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