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  • Our Campus
    buildings are new or newly renovated Campus Buildings Alumni House Barber Bronco Card Office Bryant Hall Butler Capel Arena Central Warehouse Chesnutt Library Chick Collins Continuing Ed Cook Facilities Management Hackley Honors Hall Harris Hall Hood Hall Joyner Hall Knuckles Lauretta Taylor Lilly Lyons Science Lyons Science Annex Maintenance Shop McLeod Hall Mitchell New Residence Hall Newbold Nick Jeralds Stadium Nursing Renaissance Hall Rosenthal Rudolph Jones Student Center SBE Science

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  • Commuter Student Services
    Students Adult Students Commuter Lounges Services at FSU Living Off Campus Military Resources FAQ Meal plan information Office Location Hours 1200 Murchison Rd Fayetteville NC 28301 RJSC 227 910 672 2112 Mon Fri 8 00 5 00pm Resources New Commuter Guide Distance Education Library Guide Final Exam Schedule The Voice Student Newspaper Bronco iRadio Student Station Welcome to Fayetteville State University s Commuter Student Services Campus Activites Deadlines This Month The below events fall outside of Student Engagement For OSE events please see our calendar Currently we are planning for Fall 2015 Please see the important dates below Move In Weekend August 15 16 Commuter Orientation August 15 First Day of Class August 18 Last Day to Submit Fall Semester Insurance Waiver August 26 For other events and deadlines this semester related to Student Engagement please go to our Calendar Page Academic Resources M R 6 8 p m Chick 216C Contact Dr Tyson Beale Student Services open to 6 p m every Tuesday Wednesday Office of Financial Aid Office of the Registrar Student Accounts Cashier s Office Enrollment Services via phone live chat For your Information What is Commuter Student Services Follow us on Social Media Visit RJSC 227

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  • Department Listing
    D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Education School of Educational Leadership Educational Talent Search Elementary Education English Department Of Enrollment Services Center A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Facilities Management Division of Faculty Development Office of Faculty Senate Federal Perkins Loans Financial Aid Fort Bragg Center A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z GEAR UP Government History Department Of Graduate School A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Honors Program Human Resources A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Information Technology Telecommunications Services International Education Institutional Advancement Institutional Research A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Legal Affairs Office of Library Charles Chestnutt A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Management Marketing and Entrepreneurship Department Of Math Computer Science Department Of Math and Science Education Center MBA Program Microprobe see Southeastern North Carolina Regional Microanalytical and Imaging Center Middle Grades Secondary and Specialized Subjects Department of A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Nursing Program A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Online Education Office of A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Performing Fine Arts Department Of The Psychology Department Of Physical Plant See Facilities Management Police Campus Post Awards Contracts and Grants Printshop Public Relations Purchasing A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Registrar s Office Residence Life Office of R O T C Air Force R O T C Army A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q

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  • Directions to FSU
    a Winn Dixie shopping plaza At the next traffic light proceed straight through crossing old Highway 24 or Clinton Road Turn left at the next light onto new Highway 24 which becomes Grove Street Continue through the next intersection Sandpiper Seafood will be on the right staying on Grove Street which will undergo a name change at the 3rd traffic light becoming Rowan Street After the next or fourth traffic light from the Sandpiper and as you go over the train overpass get in the right lane and exit off Rowan to the right BEFORE the next traffic light you can see which is on Bragg Boulevard This is a short exit ramp to a traffic light through which you will proceed straight ahead to Murchison Road FSU is approximately 1 mile ahead on the right Back to top Traveling Highway 24 West from Clinton Jacksonville Havelock As you enter Fayetteville s city limits stay on Hwy 24 which becomes Grove Street through three intersections Sandpiper Seafood will be on the right at the third light Stay on Grove Street which will undergo a name change at the 3rd traffic light becoming Rowan Street After the next or fourth traffic light from the Sandpiper and as you go over the train overpass get in the right lane and exit off Rowan to the right BEFORE the next traffic light you can see which is on Bragg Boulevard This is a short exit ramp to a traffic light through which you will proceed straight ahead to Murchison Road FSU is approximately 1 mile ahead on the right Back to top Traveling East Northeast from Charlotte Rockingham Laurinburg Connect with Highway 401 North through Raeford After passing Seventy First High School on your left within a few miles you will approach the

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  • FSU History
    annually by the NAACP for distinguished achievement 1883 Dr Ezekiel Ezra Smith 31 years of age and a graduate of Shaw Collegiate Institute in Raleigh is appointed Principal upon the resignation of Charles W Chesnutt Graduating Class of 1904 1888 President Grover Cleveland appoints Dr E E Smith as Minister Resident and Consul General of the United States to Liberia in which capacity he serves for two years George H Williams assumes the duties of Principal of the State Colored Normal School 1895 Dr E E Smith returns to Fayetteville as Principal of the State Colored Normal School Prior to this he had organized the first newspaper for Black North Carolinians the Carolina Enterprise in Goldsboro Aycock Building first brick building on campus built in 1908 1898 Dr Smith obtains a leave of absence for the purpose of serving as Regimental Adjutant of the Third North Carolina Volunteer Infantry during the Spanish American War During his absence his work is carried on by the Reverend L E Fairly Dr Smith returns to his duties in 1899 During Dr Smith s long and distinguished tenure the institution moves to its permanent site on Murchison Road in 1907 Later Dr Smith and his wife deed additional land to the state to bring the institution s holding to 92 acres the campus grows to eight buildings and several cottages All high school work is discontinued in 1929 and the title of Principal is changed to President Dr E E Smith retires on June 30 1933 and is elected President Emeritus Faculty of 1927 First row seated Dr J W Seabrook second from left Dr E E Smith in the center with wife Nannie L Smith to his right and Professor Dunnie A Bryant on the far right for whom Bryant Hall is named 1933 Dr J Ward Seabrook is elected President Under his leadership the institution becomes a four year college is renamed Fayetteville State Teachers College in 1939 and earns both state and regional accreditation Dr Seabrook retires in 1956 and is elected President Emeritus 1956 Dr Rudolph Jones succeeds Dr Seabrook as President Advances made during his tenure include the revision of the charter in 1959 authorizing the expansion of the curriculum to include programs leading to degrees outside the teaching field adoption of the name Fayetteville State college in 1963 and significant additions to the physical plant to accommodate growing enrollment Dr Jones retires and is elected President Emeritus in 1969 1969 Dr Charles A Lyons Jr becomes President the college is named Fayetteville State University and it is designated a regional university by an act of the legislature Dr Lyons becomes the first Chancellor when Fayetteville State University is made a constituent institution of The University of North Carolina by legislative act in 1972 The University becomes a Comprehensive Level I institution offering a variety of baccalaureate and master s degree programs and the Continuing Education program and the Ft Bragg Pope AFB Education Center are established Dr Lyons

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  • Admissions for Graduate Students
    master s levels 2 provisional degree seeking 3 teacher licensure 4 graduate certificate or 5 professional development Prospective students are advised to review each of these categories and follow the application guidelines delineated below that are appropriate to their personal academic and career goals Degree seeking applicants must also consult the appropriate section in this catalog for further application and admission guidelines for specific degree programs All application materials should be submitted to the appropriate address listed below Individuals seeking to pursue degrees or courses for professional development in the College of Arts and Sciences or the School of Education must submit applications to Office of Admissions Fayetteville State University Collins Building 1st Floor 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville North Carolina 28301 4298 Admissions 910 672 1374 Toll free 800 222 2594 Fax 910 672 1470 To ensure an admission decision prior to the desired semester of entry applicants must submit all applications materials by the appropriate priority deadline listed below Applicants who submit applications after priority deadlines will be considered for admission as professional development non degree seeking students See application guidelines below for further information Priority Deadlines for Application to Graduate Degree and Teacher Licensure Programs Guidelines for Admissions

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  • International Students
    requirements and procedures for international students Financial Assistance International Student Funding Important Information International Student Guide information about visas documents and status U S Department of State additional student visa information How Do I Apply Please note that a decision regarding your admission will not be made until all of your materials have been received by the Office of Admissions You are responsible for ensuring that any supporting documents requested by the Office of Admissions are sent directly to the Admissions Office Once your file is complete you will be notified of your admission status Admission Office Apply Additional Admission Requirements Application Deadlines All documents must be received at least thirty 30 days prior to the semester of proposed study at Fayetteville State University Required Documentation On line Admission Application Transcript Translation performed by World Education Services TOEFL Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL Location Finder Certificate of Finances PDF TOEFL Score Requirement These scores are valid for two 2 years 550 Paper Based Test 79 Computer Based Test Students may be admitted with lower TOEFL scores according to their Major University Testing Services administers the SAT GRE GMAT Students interested in registering to take these tests may

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  • Federal Perkins Loan
    print forms from site The Loan The Federal Perkins Loan formerly called the National Defense and National Direct Student Loan is a federally funded low interest loan Fayetteville State University is the lender using funds from the federal government and or payments collected from previous borrowers The interest rate on the Perkins Loan is five percent and repayment starts nine months after you leave school or graduate To Apply In order to apply for the Perkins Loan you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA or the Renewal FAFSA for the appropriate school year Fayetteville State University s Financial Aid Office must receive the results of your FAFSA by our deadline date You must have financial need in order to qualify for a Perkins Loan In general Fayetteville State University makes Perkins Loans that range from 1000 to 5 500 per school year to be disbursed in equal semester payments i e 500 and 2 750 per semester for two semesters respectfully Entrance Conference Borrowers who are awarded and do not decline their Federal Perkins Loan must complete the Federal Perkins Loan entrance conference You can complete this requirement on the web at Mapping Your Future The

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