Fayetteville State University (FSU), a public comprehensive, Historically Black University, offers robust and innovative degree programs rooted in the liberal arts tradition. The university advances knowledge through the integration of teaching, learning, research, and public service. FSU strives to meet the educational, career, and personal aspirations of its students from rural, military, and other diverse backgrounds so that they are equipped with academic and practical knowledge to serve local, state, national, and global communities as enlightened citizens, globally astute leaders, and engaged solution creators.
Fayetteville State University, the second oldest public university in North Carolina and a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina System, will be the regional university of choice for students from rural, military, and other diverse backgrounds who are poised to become visionary leaders who transform communities, states and nations.
By the numbers: Our campus is home to many students, representing a diverse range of backgrounds and interests, all pursuing their academic and personal goals with passion and purpose.
Our campus celebrates inclusivity and is proud to have a vibrant community of minority students, who bring unique perspectives and enrich our campus culture with their diverse experiences and contributions.
Our campus is proud to have a student body that is 70% female, reflecting our commitment to promoting gender equality and empowering women to pursue their academic and career aspirations with confidence and success.
Our campus provides a personalized learning experience that fosters strong relationships between students and faculty, promotes academic excellence, and prepares students for success in their chosen fields.
The Board of Trustees serves as advisor to the Board of Governors on matters pertaining to FSU and also serves as advisor to the Chancellor concerning the management and development of the institution. The President of the Student Government Association serves an ex officio member.
The Office of the Chancellor provides administrative, organizational, strategic, and compliance services to advance the university's strategic priorities.
The Faculty Senate is the officially recognized governance group for all faculty members at the University. As such, the Faculty Senate participates in the shared governance process with the University Administration.
The Staff Senate serves as a forum for discussion among all university staff and as an advocate for staff interests with other governance bodies, the university administration.
The Board welcomes one new, three returning members
The initiative aims to prepare high school students for success in college STEM programs, encourage STEM careers
Three Student Teams Get Cash Prizes in Event Organized by FSU’s Broadwell College of Business and Economics