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The FVSU Wildcats had an outstanding performance by the defense and a strong passing game that led FVSU to a 42-28 win over Division I FCS opponent Savannah State University, Saturday, Sept. 13 at Ted Wright Stadium in Savannah, GA. The victory marks the 35th win over Division I Savannah State in 50 outings and the Tigers having won 12 of those, with 3 ties since the series started.
Fort Valley State University unveils its new fall 2014 promotional spot, featuring campus faces and striking aerial views. The 30-second commercial airs during the FVSU football and other events. The university also features the commercial on the “About Us” page of the home site and on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
In an “Economic Impact of Fort Valley State University” report, the Hanover Research firm found the university had a state-wide financial impact of 139 million dollars that supported more than 1,300 jobs in Georgia. The impact figure reflected an initial input of 59 million dollars by FVSU and 25 million dollars by students.
Fort Valley State University is implementing a new system-wide policy that prohibits the use of tobacco products on campus. Effective October 1, FVSU will officially become a tobacco- and smoke-free campus to be in line with with the new University System Board of Regents Policy 9.1.7. The policy states that the use of all forms of tobacco products on campus is prohibited.
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Our new alumni spotlight features Geneva West, a Wildcat alum who is helping young girls accomplish their dreams of pursuing careers in S.T.E.M (science, technology, engineering, and math) while building their self-esteem. West is the founder and executive director of the Real I.M.P.A.C.T. Center, Inc. The acronym stands for Intelligent and Motivated People Actively Changing the Times.