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The Campaign for Fayetteville State University

From a Proud Legacy‌ To a 21st Century University


The Alumni Gates were financed by the Fayetteville State University Alumni and constructed in 1925 with a walkway leading up to the President’s House. The gateway symbolizes the university’s warm and welcoming nature and the wrought iron lamp situated at the center of the arch represents learning and scholarship lighting the way to success for students. The gates and the lamp stand as historic symbols and are still used in the design of the University Seal and Logo.


Dear Friends and Supporters: Fayetteville State University (FSU) is about to embark on a journey on which it has never traveled before. This historic institution, a proud member of the University of North Carolina System, is endeavoring to raise $25 million through The Campaign for Fayetteville State University: From a Proud Legacy…to a 21st Century University. This is without a doubt the single most collective effort that the FSU family has undertaken in its storied 146-year history. As chair of the FSU Board of Trustees, I am asking that you join us as we seek to move FSU from, as the title of the campaign states, an institution with a proud history to one that is preparing scholars for global leadership roles. Why should you support this worthwhile cause? While there are many responses to this question, please allow me to expound on a few. • The cost of a college education continues to rise and deserving students are in need of scholarship dollars now more than ever before. Scholarship dollars will help us ease the financial burden that so many families are facing. • Colleges and universities across the country are searching for the best and brightest faculty and staff. If FSU is to be competitive, it must be able to provide appropriate compensation for salaries and professional development. • Our active-duty military personnel and veterans have made many sacrifices for our country. At FSU, which has received nationwide recognition for being a military friendly campus, we feel obligated to provide them and their families the resources and services they need and have earned. The FSU Board of Trustees is totally committed to this campaign and is working diligently to ensure its success. To demonstrate our support, I am pleased to announce that 100 percent of the board’s members have made a contribution to this campaign and have agreed to work tirelessly to making certain the $25 million goal is either reached or surpassed. As you read the pages of this Case for Support, I am certain you will agree that an investment in FSU is indeed a wise one. Your taxdeductible contribution will assist this institution in its quest to prepare students to be change agents for the City of Fayetteville, the State of North Carolina, this great nation, and the global world in which we live. Sincerely,

Dr. Lucy Vidal-Barreto, Chair Fayetteville State University Board of Trustees

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Dear Friends and Supporters: Poet and writer Maya Angelou summed it up best when she said “I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.” Ms. Angelou was correct. I, like many other college students, have had the opportunity to witness the euphoria donors receive when they see and hear first-hand that their resources are being used to provide the education to a deserving student. I often stand before them and share my story of an inner-city youth from Washington, D.C., who succumbed to many societal ills, was often homeless and without parents, sought solace and shelter from Catholic nuns, and often went hungry. Yet, they were determined that I would survive and not become a forlorn statistic. I could see in their eyes that they knew their investment in me was indeed a wise one that would eventually pay off. While my story is extreme many deserving young people lack the resources to pursue their dreams of college. I committed myself to a calling in higher education that would enable me to provide opportunities for young men and women who had stories similar to mine or could relate to my experiences. It was at that time that I adopted the mantra that no deserving student under my leadership would go without a quality education. I sought out an outstanding university that would become a beacon of excellence and hope for students from many different backgrounds. Through its five-year $25 million Campaign for Fayetteville State University: From a Proud Legacy…to a 21st Century University this institution will seek to provide worthy students with the funds to get the college education necessary to make them proud and productive members of this world in which we live. At FSU, it is our firm belief that if our students are to be successful in this global society, they must possess the technological, academic, and social skills necessary in order to be competitive. To achieve this end, it is incumbent that they have the resources – financial and academic – available to them. In addition to support for students, this campaign touches the pulse of the entire FSU family. It seeks to identify funds for professional development for faculty and staff, student enrichment and global enhancement, partnerships with our military personnel and veterans, support for scholar athletes, and funding for innovative ventures like the FSU Center for Defense and Homeland Security and Early College High Schools. By addressing the financial needs in all of these areas, FSU is poised and ready to take its place among institutions that are preparing its students to be 21st century global leaders. As you read this Case for Support and contemplate making an investment, think about the impact and change that it will have on the life of a student who otherwise might not be able to realize his or her potential. Think about that young man or woman who needs the financial support that allows them to exhibit their talents and realize their aspirations. Lastly, think about that feeling that you can have knowing that you played an integral part in making their dream of a college education a reality. As Ms. Angelou stated, give and “liberate your soul.” Sincerely,

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Proud to Be

Fayetteville State University sits on the precipice of increasing its influence as a commanding force in shaping the future of our region, state, and nation. We provide students with the highest quality learning experiences that will enable them to become citizens and leaders as change-agents in this new technologically advanced global society. Our core values are student success and the pursuit of excellence, shared governance, global responsibility and collaboration. We work tirelessly to advance these values as we continue to transform FSU into a vibrant 21st Century University each and every day. The Campaign for Fayetteville State University seeks to grow the following strategic areas: ■

Scholarships for Deserving Students — $13,000,000 Support for Scholar Athletes — $1,000,000 Professional Development for Faculty and Staff — $3,000,000 Student Enrichment and Global Enhancement — $3,000,000 Military and Veteran Partnerships — $2,000,000 Center for Defense and Homeland Security — $3,000,000

Our ambitions are high for FSU and will require continued investment to be realized. To pursue these aspirations, the university has embarked on a $25 million Capital Campaign to support our diverse student body, increase the competitiveness and caliber of our academic and student life programs, and continue the investment in our community. We are proud to be partners in this exciting endeavor with the greater Fayetteville and Cumberland County communities as well as the surrounding communities in the southeast United States and beyond.

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“Fayetteville State University has combined its great historical legacy with its aspirations to become a nationally recognized competitive 21st century university. Many of FSU’s academic programs have obtained the highest national certifications and are led by a committed and distinguished faculty. FSU has enrolled in its programs the highest concentration of active duty and retired military personnel in the UNC system, and this is reflective of FSU’s special relationship with Fort Bragg. The Campaign for FSU gives supporters and donors the opportunity to invest in FSU’s most precious commodity, its students, and the educational and economic value that it brings to the southeast region and to the state. Join me in supporting this critical fundraising initiative.” — Thomas W. Ross, President, The University of North Carolina

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A Distinguished Legacy We come from a proud and distinguished history. FSU is the second oldest state assisted institution in North Carolina, founded by seven extraordinary black men in 1867 to provide education for black children. Today, our university is a constituent institution of the prestigious University of North Carolina system. We are a comprehensive regional institution with a diverse population of over 6,500 students and over 800 faculty and staff that offers 63 degrees at the baccalaureate and master’s levels, and the doctorate in educational leadership. Noted for excellence in teacher education, FSU has been accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) since 1954.

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Cumberland County employs the largest number of FSU graduates at various instructional levels, from teachers to administrators. An identified 70 percent of Cumberland County education employees are FSU School of Education alumni, according to the Cumberland County Board of Education. Harnett, Robeson, Hoke, and Sampson counties are the statewide employers of the next largest number of School of Education alumni. Of the teachers prepared by UNC institutions, FSU and one other institution prepares 4 percent of the total number of teachers prepared. There are five UNC institutions that prepare less than 4 percent; 5 preparing between 5 and 7 percent and three preparing greater than 7 percent of the overall teacher UNC population.

“The school district has a great partnership with FSU. We have two New Early Colleges on campus and a large number of our teachers come from the School of Education. We look forward to working with the university to develop a bright future for Cumberland County.” — Dr. Frank Till, Superintendent, Cumberland County Schools

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Proud to be…

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“I was born in the rural community of Maple Hill, North Carolina, just a hundred miles east of Fayetteville. I graduated from FSU with a degree in education in 1969. Getting a great start at FSU, I was able to become the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management and Comptroller) at the Pentagon. I and other alums understand the value of an FSU education—then and now. For many of us, the foundation we received anchored us with the skills, experiences and confidence to pursue many career and professional opportunities. If I could do it, then so can many others. Because of my experience here at FSU and the impact it had on my life’s journey, I am even more “Proud to be...” — Gladys J. Commons, Class of 1969

“When I left my home in rural Enfield, North Carolina for Fayetteville State University, I remember my parents telling me that it was now time for me to carve out my place in the world and leave my mark on every milestone. I embraced their charge and was determined that I would make them and myself proud. I became involved in all that FSU had to offer. I served as Student Government Association president for two consecutive years, became president of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, and at the same time received an education that was second to none. Had it not been for FSU and the wonderful opportunities it afforded me, I would not have made it from a small-town country boy – with a fear of speaking in public – to a young man working in the corporate offices of AT & T in Atlanta. All of this was made possible because the faculty, staff, and administration at FSU supported, nurtured, and believed in me.” — Jermaine Pittman, Class of 2012

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Our nationally ranked School of Business and Economics is endorsed by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the most prestigious and rigorous accrediting body for business programs in the country. The School of Business and Economics is also ranked number one among all historically black colleges and universities according to the Social Science Research Network (SSRN). The SSRN has also ranked the school in the top 100 among all business schools in the nation, as one of the top three schools in North Carolina, and first among HBCUs.

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FSU also takes pride in being a multi-faceted resource for the region. Our 100,000-watt National Public Radio Station (91.9 FM) captures audiences across 13 counties and can be heard along the I-95 South corridor from South Carolina to Virginia and can be heard world-wide through internet streaming. We are a major economic driver to the regions’ growth as one of the top three employers in the area (along with Ft. Bragg and the Cape Fear Valley Healthcare System). Our students and faculty frequently work, study and partner with the military, local businesses, non-profits, and institutions contributing more than 6,000 hours per semester through our service learning initiatives. FSU is also a major resource for cultural enrichment through our distinguished speaker program and our comprehensive performing and fine arts series. FSU now hosts concerts by the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra and the NC Symphony Orchestra. We are committed to community outreach and partnership with public schools and indeed proud to be providers of economic opportunity and cultural enlightenment for those around us and throughout southeastern North Carolina.

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Now, FSU is looking to an even stronger future. Our primary goal is to continue to position FSU as a competitive 21st century university, and we have improved across all areas for the last four years by following our Strategic Plan for 2009-2014. Chancellor James A. Anderson is leading the university and implementing the priorities of the Strategic Plan as well as laying an enhanced foundation for our future.

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Preparing for our Future As we anticipate our 2017 Sesquicentennial (150 years since our founding), we are advancing a new strategic plan and vision of excellence for 2015-2020. FSU 2020 builds and expands upon the achievements already attained while pushing us forward to embark upon new collaborations and innovations. FSU seeks to be a national model of excellence. State assistance has declined dramatically over the past decade and we must be sensitive to tuition increases as o ver 75% of our students require some form of financial assistance. Therefore, private gift dollars are critical for us t o meet our goal of $25 million to be raised over five years. Throughout our history, FSU’s primary mission has been to provide a quality educational experience, in addition to its commitment to providing access to higher education for under-represented students. Scholarship funds are critical to enable students who are capable of succeeding, irrespective of financial means or backgrounds, to attend Fayetteville State University to receive a quality education and to graduate in a timely manner. Continued investment in faculty funding is essential to secure the finest teaching and research faculty who stay at the forefront of research and new teaching methodologies. Funds for improving facilities, including new technologies, are important to provide the physical resources for a quality education. Imperative to the effectiveness of the educational process also is a well-trained staff, which must be provided opportunities for development. Our capacity to provide for students with financial needs, continue with the implementation of our Strategic Plan, improve qualified staff, and to recruit faculty with stellar credentials is challenged by FSU’s financial resources. The Campaign for Fayetteville State University, will seek the funds to address these needs, allow donors to invest in a transformational institution, and create new opportunities for FSU’s competitiveness as a 21st century university.

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“Fayetteville State doesn’t have a giant endowment. But it has helped set an example  of how universities can do more with less in these tough economic times. It has done so through careful fiscal management, smart investments in science and technology and international education, a well-regarded business school t hat encourages entrepreneurship, and through creative programming.” — Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education FSU 22nd Winter Commencement Address, December 10, 2011

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“I sought a place that would guarantee my success as a student, not only academically, but also would shape my character as a well-rounded young adult, ready for the “real world.” FSU is an HBCU with so many empowering programs and departments driven to further my personal growth. These include the Center for Personal Development, the Office of Career Services, and many others. FSU offered countless opportunities for me to gradually move forward each year in my development both personally and professionally. — Maybelyn Rodriguez-Laureano, FSU Student

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Scholarships for Deserving Students According to the most recent statistics (2011-2012), 75% of FSU students receive some form of financial aid (5,034 recipients out of 6,748 students). Additionally, 64% of FSU undergraduates are from low-wealth families, as measured by Pell eligibility (3,923 undergraduates out of 6,168 students). To help our students who need financial assistance to pursue and complete their degrees in a timely manner, the university must increase the general and special purpose scholarship funds. Scholarships are needed to attract and retain highly motivated students at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels in all fields of study. The University has also established many articulation agreements with North Carolina Community Colleges and other undergraduate and professional schools to expand program offerings.

Of the $13 million goal, $4 million is targeted for endowment.

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Support for Scholar Athletes Fayetteville State University is a member of the storied Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). In recent years, teams have brought home championships in football, basketball, golf, volleyball, tennis, bowling, and softball. In 2012, our golf team won its fourth PGA National Minority Collegiate Division II Championship. During that same year, FSU also won CIAA championships in women’s volleyball and bowling. In terms of scholarships awarded to student-athletes, FSU ranks at or near the bottom of the conference in each sport. Many of our athletes hold the distinction of Scholar-Athletes.

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Of the $1 million goal, $500,000 is targeted for endowment.


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Student Enrichment &Global Enhancement Cultural and intellectual enrichment is provided to our students through the performing and fine arts series, personal opportunities to create, and opportunities to learn how to become global citizens. We will increase exposure to performing artists, acclaimed writers, and distinguished achievers in America. Though many of our students have studied in China, India, Africa, Spain, Mexico, and other parts of the world, our goal is to enhance the number of study-abroad opportunities for global awareness. We will encourage FSU faculty to develop new international curricula, teach abroad, and conduct international research. We will also invite faculty from abroad to do the same at FSU.

Goa l $3 million

Of the $3 million goal, $1.5 million is targeted for endowment.

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Professional Development for Faculty & Staff The professional development of faculty and staff is vital to the forward movement of the university. Students deserve to learn from world-class faculty members who have the highest credentials. Funding is desired to allow faculty to interact with other renowned scholars in America and around the world, and stay abreast of the latest advancements in their fields. FSU faculty members are encouraged to bring outside perspectives to Fayetteville by teaching abroad and conducting international research. In turn, international faculty and faculty from other institutions also desire to teach and conduct research at FSU. The staff compliments the work of the faculty and is engaged in the delivery of critical services that support both the academic and student life programs of the university. With continued budget cutbacks, particularly at the state level, new and current staff must continue to find ways to work more efficiently and to employ the latest technological strategies to impact the delivery of first class services to our students, partners and stakeholders.

“For faculty to provide quality instruction through the most effective means possible, and with research and data which are current and comprehensive, it is essential that they remain engaged in the exchange of ideas both within their discipline and within the teaching community. The continuous development of faculty provides them with the opportunity to enhance their teaching, research and grantwriting skills beyond what they learned in

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school. They can bring both additional funds, research opportunities for students, and recognition to the university, as well as improve the relevance of their educational materials. Participation in these academic pursuits means that the faculty can provide Fayetteville State University students with the quality education that they deserve.” — Dean David Barlow, School of Arts and Sciences

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Military & Veteran Partnerships

FSU is proud to be an active national defense, homeland security, and education partner. Over 60% of enrolled students are military affiliated, many enrolled in thriving Army and Air Force ROTC programs. The university is committed to providing educational excellence in traditional and military targeted disciplines. Undergraduate degrees in intelligence and professional studies are specifically targeted to improve enlisted military skills, advance promotion, and prepare for employment after military service. The Army selected FSU over several institutions to host the “Master of Social Work Program” that addresses a growing behavioral health need in the military and our nation. FSU is proud to partner with you in educating today’s military service members/veterans and growing tomorrow’s community and industry leaders. FSU is also addressing the needs of veterans and their family members through counseling services and a variety of certificate course offerings, all coordinated in our one-stop Veteran Support Center and our Veterans Business Outreach Center.

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Center for Defense & Homeland Security

By the end of 2013, 30,000 scientists and engineers will retire from the Department of Defense laboratories and civil support agencies. Sixty-thousand (60,000) scientists and engineers will retire by 2020 (SDO Analysis Group analysis, December 9, 2010). As a nation, we must prepare for a full range of threats, including biological, chemical, nuclear warfare - and the newest threat to our security: “cyber warfare.” The effective dissemination of a lethal biological agent, for instance, could endanger the lives of hundreds of thousands of people and result in untold economic, societal, and political consequences (National Strategy for Biosurveillance, July, 2012). Designed as an incubator to address these real-world, complex, emerging threats of compelling interest to the security of the United States, 22 interdisciplinary faculty in the Fayetteville State University Center for Defense and Homeland Security are partnering with MIT Lincoln Lab, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and industry partners to prepare the next generation of national security STEM workforce from diverse underrepresented populations, especially females, minorities, and students with disabilities in predominantly disadvantaged communities. Last summer, the Center placed two students and one faculty at MIT Lincoln Lab, two students and one faculty at Oak Ridge National Lab, and one student in the MIT Summer Research Program. Of these students, two have applied to MIT’s MD/PhD program; one has been hired by MIT Lincoln Lab; another student (December 2012, Salutatorian/Dual degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics) received an invitation for an interview by Oak Ridge National Laboratory; and one of the faculty was offered a permanent research position by MIT Lincoln Lab’s Cyber Security Division – this faculty will serve as a liaison between FSU and the Lab. The Center for Defense and Homeland Security (CDHS) is engaged with both public and private sector industry and National Laboratory partners, to work together to pioneer new ways to innovate and commercialize technologies – ways that accelerate global and regional economic development, and position FSU-CDHS as the “go-to” place for collaborators who also seek to find solutions the United States’ most compelling national security and defense challenges.

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“The experiences afforded me in the classrooms and laboratories at FSU uniquely positioned me for the Lincoln Laboratory internship at MIT. Faculty mentors prepared me for this rigorous and rewarding opportunity which was made possible through CDHS.” — Eric McCain, FSU Student

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Pride for a Promising Future FSU has made tremendous strides in being a transformational leader through the strategic initiatives already in progress. This Capital Campaign, which will be presented in two phases over 5 years, is a major factor to our continued success. We now challenge our community, our alumni, friends, and partners to join with us in support of our Five Year Capital Campaign. Together, we can shape the course of the future and are Proud to Be a part of continuing the legacy of making FSU a major 21st century economic, cultural, and educational force for change in North Carolina and throughout the world.

“Fayetteville State University’s forward journey to grow and develop as a major 21st century educational institution is only limited by its financial resources. Raising $25 million for these priorities will set a stronger financial foundation for FSU to meet our ever-increasing expectations of ourselves as a global educational leader.” — James A. Anderson, Chancellor

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Points of Distinction

School of Business and Economics awarded a

FSU offers unique 3+2

$643,000 grant from the

engineering degree

FSU co-hosts a “state of

Economic Development

program in partnership

the art� electron microprobe

Administration to establish

with North Carolina

in partnership with

an EDA Center.

State University.

UNC Pembroke.

FSU accreditation reaffirmed

FSU launched new academic

In 2012, FSU is the only

for 10 years by the Southern

programs: Bachelor of Social

UNC campus that houses

Association of Colleges

Work, a minor in Africana

two early college high

and Schools.

Studies, Bachelor of Science

schools, one of which

in Professional Studies to

focuses on international

serve adult learners and

languages and cultures.

military veterans, and Online Graduate Certificates in Professional Writing, Teaching Writing, and Military Behavioral Health.

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FSU filed a patent

FSU has enhanced study

with the United States

abroad with university

FSU students conduct

patent and trademark

partnerships in Nigeria,

summer research at MIT

office for its “high efficiency

China, France, Tanzania,

(Massachusetts Institute of

thermoelectric device”

South Africa, Grenada,

Technology) and Oakridge

which can charge a battery

Poland, Spain, and

National Laboratory.

using body heat.

Morocco.

In fall 2012, FSU opened

FSU expanded alliances

School of Business and

a new 338-bed state-of-

with the military and the

Economics is ranked as

the-art residence hall –

community by locating the

one of the top 100 Schools

“Renaissance Hall”.

Veteran Business Outreach

of Business in the United

Center and the Public

States by the Social Science

Computing Center in

Research Network.

Bronco Square.

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PHASE II

Building a 21st Century University

Goal $16 Million

A Phased Campaign PHASE I Goal $9 Million

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Scholarships

$5M

Scholar Athletes

$1M

Professional Development Faculty/Staff

$1M

Student Enrichment & Global Enhancement

$1M

Military & Veteran Partnerships

$1M

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$8M

Scholarships

$2M

Professional Development Faculty/Staff

$2M

Student Enrichment & Global Enhancement

$1M

Military & Veteran Partnerships

$3M

Center for Homeland Security


A Gift to Fayetteville State University Gifts and pledges to The Campaign for Fayetteville State University may be conveyed to: The Office of Institutional Advancement Fayetteville State University Continuing Education Building 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville, NC 28301 910-672-1661 / Fax 910-672-1663 www.uncfsu.edu/The-Campaign-for-FSU Outright cash, gifts, pledges, and donations of appreciated property with ascertainable market value are welcome, as are naming or memorial gifts. Information on gifts by charitable testament or trust is available upon request. Charitable gifts to The Campaign for Fayetteville State University are tax-deductible, as provided by law.

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FSU Board of Trustees

Chancellor’s Cabinet

Dr. Lucy Vidal-Barreto, Chair

Dr. James A. Anderson

Col. Donald Porter, Secretary Dr. Richard Clayton Adams Mr. Claude Bogues Mr. Wayne Branch Dr. Edward E. Dickerson Mr. Jodie Ervin

FSU Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors

Campaign Leadership Team

Chancellor

Dr. Jeannette Council, Chair

Chancellor

Dr. Thomas E. H. Conway

Mr. Earnest L. Curry, Vice Chair

Dr. Lucy Vidal-Barreto

Vice Chancellor and Chief of Staff

Mr. Getchel Caldwell, II

Chair, FSU Board of Trustees

Dr. Jon Young

Executive Director

Mr. Getchel L. Caldwell, II

Provost and Vice Chancellor

Mr. Carlton Spellman, Interim Treasurer

Vice Chancellor for Institutional

for Academic Affairs

Dr. James A. Anderson, Chancellor

Advancement, Executive Director,

Mr. Getchel L. Caldwell, II

Mr. Thomas Bergamine

Dr. John R. Griffin, Jr.

Vice Chancellor for

Ms. Jalynn Jones, Ex Officio

Institutional Advancement

Mrs. Vedas Neal

Dr. Janie Haynie

Dr. Inder Nijhawan

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

Ms. Brenda Timberlake

Mr. Nick Ganesan

Dr. Ruth Dial Woods Dr. W. T. Brown* Mr. Felton J. Capel* Mr. Julius A. Fulmore, Jr.*

Dr. James A. Anderson

FSU Foundation, Inc. Dr. Harriet F. Davis

Mr. John Blanton

Associate Vice Chancellor for

Mr. Wayne Branch

Development, Campaign Director

Mrs. Gloria M. Carter

Dr. Jeannette Council

Mr. John M. Chance

Chair, FSU Foundation, Inc.

Vice Chancellor for Information

Mr. Jermaine Coble, Ex-Officio

Mrs. Mary Bailey

Technology

Mr. Marcus Cox

Mr. Charles Broadwell

Mr. Carlton Spellman

Dr. Melvin Echols

Mr. John “Ben” Brown

Interim Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Jodie Ervin, Jr.

Mrs. Olivia Chavis

Dr. Edward McLean

Mrs. Brenda Freeman

Mrs. Annette Cluff

Mr. Willie Gray

Mr. Marcus Cox

Mr. Walter Greer

Mr. Kirk DeViere

Mrs. Cynthia Harris

Dr. Edward Dickerson

Dr. George Hood

Dr. Melvin Echols

Mr. James Ivery

Dr. Adrienne Booth Johnson

Mr. Wilson Lacy

Mrs. Del Mattioli

Atty. Ronnie Mitchell

Dr. Inder Nijhawan

Col. Donald Porter, Ex-Officio

Mr. Benson Otovo

Mr. Raymond Privott, Ex-Officio

Col. Donald Porter

Mrs. Allene Ritchey

Mr. Al Ragland

Mr. Harry Shaw

Mr. Greg Reames

Mrs. Alice Stephenson

Mrs. Bo Thorp

Mr. Fred Waddell

Mrs. Terri Union

Dr. Jack V. Hill*

Athletic Director

Mr. James M. Paige*

Attorney Wanda L. Jenkins

*Emeritus

University Legal Counsel Dr. Bertha H. Miller Executive Assistant to the Chancellor for Special Initiatives

Atty. Lila Washington Dr. Linda Wilson-Jones, Ex-Officio Dr. Valerie Wynne-Hall Dr. Jon Young, Ex-Officio

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www.uncfsu.edu/The-Campaign-for-FSU Fayetteville State University is proud to be a constituent institution of The University of North Carolina.

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