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Fort Valley State University President Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith welcomes news and returning students to campus for the Fall 2014 semester. Classes began August 18, 2014.
During the Labor Day holiday, Fort Valley State University will host a new festival that will celebrate global and cultural diversity. The campus is holding its inaugural International Cultural Festival and Soccer Exhibition on August 30, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is two dollars per person. Children 12 and under and FVSU students with a valid I.D. enter free. Free parking.
There’s a surge of new energy in Wildcat Country. On Thursday, August 14, beginning at 7 a.m., cars packed to the brim lined up at FVSU’s main entrance for Freshman Move-In Day. Excited, first-time college students embarking on a new adventure checked into their rooms, unpacked and registered for classes.
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.
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, a journal that tracks diversity trends within colleges and universities across America, ranked FVSU sixth in its Top 100 Degree Producers list for producing African-American graduates with degrees in both mathematics and statistics, and the areas of agriculture, agriculture operations and related sciences.
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.
Fort Valley State University President Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith is celebrating the completion of an inaugural year that not only includes the launching of two key academic programs, but also the forging of new strategic academic alliances, the creation of a global initiatives program, the hiring of three new academic leaders and the appointment of several new faces to his leadership team..
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Annual Scholarship & Awards Reception
International Cultural Festival and Soccer Exhibition - New Details!
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Labor Day - University Closed
2014 FVSU Homecoming Week
Founders Day Observance
2014 Football Season Begins
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Katura Wright, a 1998 plant science alumna, assumes the position of assistant state conservationist for programs at the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) office in Athens. As the assistant state conservationist for programs, Wright is responsible for the coordination, direction and evaluation of farm bill programs in Georgia. She began her new position June 30.