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Fort Valley State University is hosting a series of special enrollment sessions to give qualified applicants an opportunity to visit the campus with required documents and receive on-the-spot decisions for Fall 2014 enrollment. The next session is Saturday, July 26, 2014 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Fort Valley State University's Blue Machine Marching Band wants its supporters to help drum up financial funding for the band. Members are trying to raise funds to help the band remain competitive. The money will help the unit buy new uniforms, purchase new instruments and cover the travel expenses.
Fort Valley State University is streamlining the enrollment of its incoming Wildcat class through summer orientation sessions for incoming students. The next session is July 25. All new university students, including transfers, are required to attend one session.
This summer, Fort Valley State University invites you to get ahead with credits toward graduation, to catch up on a rigorous subject, or to explore a course that did not fit into your regular academic year schedule. Choose from more than 100 courses during the regular sessions or sign-up for our mini-mester.
Recently, The Institute of College Access and Success ranked Fort Valley State University seventh in the nation for having the lowest levels of debt per students in its new study released on December 2013.
When college students across the nation graduate, seven in 10 will leave burdened by student loans; however, 22-year-old criminal justice student, RaShawndra Strozier, is the exception. Strozier recently graduated from Fort Valley State University on Saturday, May 3, debt-free.
June is camp planning time and Fort Valley State University is offering summer camps ranging from sports and science to performing arts and leadership. Several summer camps are now open for registration and taking place on campus.
Fort Valley State University Dr. Robert J. Jones is an alum who is dreaming and doing. Four decades ago, Jones started his journey on the FVSU campus. The scholar studied hard, eventually earning his bachelor's degree in agronomy in 1973. On Saturday, May 3, Jones returned to his alma mater to share advice and his life's journey with graduates during FVSU's 73rd annual spring commencement.
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Important Financial Aid Notice
New Student Orientation for Freshmen and Transfer Students
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FVSU Welcome to The Valley Week
Fall 2014 Classes Begin
Inaugural International Cultural Festival and Soccer Exhibition
Fee Payment Deadline For FVSU Fall 2014
Labor Day - University Closed
2014 FVSU Homecoming Week
Founders Day Observance
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This month, the Fort Valley State University Alumni Spotlight is featuring Wildcat alum Derrick D. Schofield. Schofield currently serves as commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC). He oversees 14 prisons, a training academy, 45 probation and parole offices and headquarters.