“Why am I feeling like a victim when I can be victorious?”
-Latifah Sharpe ’17
Latifah Sharpe knows the realities of being a first generation college student all too well.
Though she and her mother found themselves living in a …Learn More
“No matter how hard or difficult things are, persistence pays off.”
– Fall 2017 Graduate Randy Goss, political science major
Randy Goss, Jr. isn’t your typical FVSU graduate. The 30-year-old political science major from Fort Valley, GA has already had …Learn More
FVSU Receives $50,000 Scholarship Grant from Coca-Cola Foundation and Thurgood Marshall College Fund
Fort Valley State University was presented with a $50,000 grant from the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF)/ Coca-Cola HBCU First Generation Scholarship Program during this past weekend’s basketball game versus Claflin University in FVSU’s Health and Physical Education Complex. The …Learn More
FORT VALLEY, GA (November 15, 2017) — Fort Valley State University today announced Emily M. Dickens, J.D., as the Fall 2017 Commencement Speaker. Dickens is the senior vice president, general counsel, and chief relationship officer at the Thurgood …Learn More
WILBERFORCE, OH – The Fort Valley State University Wildcats basketball team used a furious, second half rally to outlast Central State University 77-72 Monday night at the Beacom/Lewis Gym on Central State’s campus.
FVSU was down by 13 (57-70) in …Learn More
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GOLD STANDARD: FVSU BIOTECH STUDENTS AND CHEMISTRY FACULTY MEMBER RECEIVE NATIONAL ROLE MODEL AWARDS
Gold Standard is a series of articles about FVSU students, faculty, staff, and alumni who demonstrate excellence in the best tradition of FVSU.
“Research itself is very demanding. If you want to pursue it, you have to go in headstrong.”… Learn More
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“This was a finding that has never before been reported or published in previous scientific literature.”
-FVSU Student Researcher Tejas Athni
To say that Tejas Athni is not your typical teenager is an understatement. Before even receiving his high school …Learn More
NewsDr. Mark Latimore Jr., Fort Valley State University’s extension administrator and director of land-grant affairs, was recently re-elected to serve on the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) Policy Board of Directors Board on Agriculture Assembly. His 22017-2019 term …Learn More