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Fort Valley State University and Central Georgia Technical College recently signed an articulation agreement to increase higher education opportunities for biotechnology students. The Feb. 25 signing marks the second such agreement between the two institutions in recent months. In December 2014, the schools signed a similar agreement for the criminal justice programs.
Fort Valley State University President Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith recently named Dorothy Stripling as the interim chief finance officer for the university. Stripling was named to the position as part of a transition plan following the recent departure of Lynn Hobbs as vice president for the Division of Business and Finance.
Lawmakers and visitors recently received a snapshot of the cutting-edge research and outstanding student scholars that Fort Valley State University has to offer during the second annual FVSU Day at the Capitol held Feb. 11 in Atlanta, Ga. Click the link for the entire story, photos, video and more.
Affordable Colleges Foundation (ACF), a resource for online learning and college affordability information, published its new ranking of 2015’s Top Online Psychology Degrees. FVSU online criminal justice and psychology programs ranked top in nation according to study...
FVSU President Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith shares highlights of the university's 2015 Black History Month campus activities.
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Where are you from? - I am originally from Kingston, Jamaica. I moved to Atlanta, Ga. when I was fifteen years of age (tenth grade). How did you end up at FVSU and when did you graduate? - I learned about Fort Valley State University while I was a senior in high school. FVSU was among the schools that visited my high school (Westlake High).