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FVSU President Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith and First Lady Francille Griffith bring holiday greetings to fellow Wildcats.
Join us on Saturday, February 7, 2015, as we showcase our beautiful campus and exciting programs. Designed for high school juniors, seniors and transfer students, FVSU’s Open House highlights academic and extracurricular activities at Fort Valley State University.
Fort Valley State University is launching a new program that will encourage former students to return to campus to complete their degrees. The Recruit Back program, which is in line with Governor Nathan Deal’s new “Go Back, Move Ahead" program, will reach out to FVSU students who either dropped out or left campus before finishing their degrees, and encourage them to come back and finish.
On Nov. 3, Fort Valley State University was one of several winners announced during the Association of Public Land Grant Universities’ (APLU) second annual 1890 Land-Grant Universities Teaching, Research and Innovation Awards gala held during the 127th APLU Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla. FVSU received Education Degree Completion and Intellectual Property awards.
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This month’s featured student is Fenika Miller, a property manager and the chair of Houston County’s Democratic Committee. Miller is a nontraditional student who decided to return to Fort Valley State University’s campus to complete her degree. She will graduate in December 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in political science and a minor in English.