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STUDENT LIFE Welcome to Florida A&M University on behalf of the Student Life component in the Division of Student Affairs. The areas and departments in Student Life are eager and ready to provide customer friendly and quality service to the students, parents and other stakeholders of this great institution. Our service to you will always exemplify the university’s motto, “Excellence with Caring”. We believe that our services are supportive of the academic mission of FAMU. Through synergy and collaboration with on and off campus professionals or sponsors, the Student Life areas and departments are contributing to the retention of our students in our own unique way. Consequently, by providing various Student Life services, activities and events, we are assisting in the “life” development of well-rounded students who are prepared to fully matriculate at FAMU and to eventually compete and excel in a global community upon graduation. We extend a cordial invitation to you to take advantage of all that Student Life has to offer. The activities, events, and services range from: • Welcoming new students to the FAMU during Fall Move-In & Welcome Week to bidding a fond farewell to our graduates during commencement exercises as they prepare for successful careers or decide to enter graduate or professional schools to earn additional degrees. • Attending performances by world renowned and acclaimed artists, lecturers and musicians to participating in a breathtaking and exciting week of homecoming festivities. • Membership in Greek Life organizations to membership in one or more of the available one hundred and seventy (170) clubs and organizations. • Volunteer service in New Orleans, La. with the post Katrina Hurricane rebuilding efforts to building Habitat for Humanity homes in Tallahassee, Fl. • Assisting with fundraising activities and events for the on-going FAMU Haiti Relief Fund and other similar efforts. • Providing food for the needy during the Thanksgiving and Winter Holidays to meeting and greeting state, national and international dignitaries. • Attending educational and leadership workshops at the local, state and national levels. • Experiencing the benefits of residence life to intellectual cultivation in our living learning centers. • Assuming student leadership positions in the Student Government Association to possibly serving as a student trustee on the FAMU Board of Trustees. • Serving as peer student panel members at code of conduct hearings to serving on numerous academic and non-academic university-wide committees. The above are just a fraction of the activities, events and opportunities that await new and returning FAMU students. Be sure to visit all of the Student Life Departments, i.e., Housing, Child Care Center, Office of Student Activities, Judicial Affairs, Campus Recreation and the Student Government Association. If you do, I am positive that you will discover why I believe in the Student Life motto, “Lighting the Path to Success”. Please stop by the Office of Student Life to share your experiences and/or concerns as well as hear about the “Student Life Story”. Sincerely,

Henry L. Kirby, J. D. Associate Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students

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STUDENT BODY

PRESIDENT &

VICE PRESIDENT

To the Class of 2015: Wow, you made it! To the biggest and greatest HBCU in the nation: Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University on the “Highest of 7 Hills”! You have just made the most life-changing decision of your life! Now begins your most important phase. As your Student Body President and Vice President, we plan on spearheading campus-wide efforts to promote both university unity and academic awareness all year. Our main goal is to positively affect every student here, but this is absolutely impossible without your help. We both strongly encourage you to be active in various organizations and clubs that will benefit both you and FAMU. We vow to sponsor and provide various initiatives to fortify your college experience as much as possible and will always be available and ready to listen to whatever ideas, suggestions, and concepts you have throughout the school year. One of the staples of FAMU has always been PRIDE. There is nothing like that good ol’ Rattler spirit and I’m sure you’ve already started to grow a strong liking for this university. College is a beautiful time of great change and growth, but one thing that will never change about FAMU is our collective thirst for a BETTER tomorrow. FAMU today, FAMU tomorrow, FAMU forever!

Breyon Love

Troy Harris

Student Body President

Student Body Vice-President

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SENATE& PRESIDENT

PRO-TEMPORE

Greetings Rattler Class of 2015, On behalf of the 41st Student Senate, it is our esteemed privilege and honor to welcome all new Rattlers to the “Highest of Seven Hills” here at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University. We sincerely welcome you to this institution of higher learning and endless opportunity, and would like to applaud you for having reached this very pivotal point in your lives as you embark upon your journey as a college student. Your decision to join our FAMUly was one that you will never regret. I challenge each and every one of you to make the most of your college experience – excel in the classroom, get involved in Student Government and other extracurricular activities, network with fellow Rattlers, and enjoy every moment of it. Our university has much to offer you, and there are many ways YOU can have an impact on this university and the people around you. “Excellence with Caring” is much more than a motto, it is the Rattler way of life. Strive for the very best in your studies, set goals for yourself and achieve them; never be afraid to go after your dreams! You are the future of FAMU. I believe in FAMU, I represent FAMU, I am FAMU, and so are YOU! Embrace and embody the true Rattler spirit, and you can’t go wrong. Welcome to the “College of Love & Charity”! With Rattler Pride & Love, Marissa A. West 41st Student Senate President

Brandon D. Armstrong 41st Student Senate President Pro-Tempore

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MR. & MISS FAMU Greetings Class of 2015! Congratulations on your decision to attend Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University! As your Mr. and Miss Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University for the 2011-2012 academic year, we would like to welcome you to the #1 Historically Black College & University (HBCU) in the nation! Over the course of the next four years here at FAMU you will learn so much about yourself and fall in love with this illustrious institution. We are extremely excited to meet each and every one of you and hear of your dreams and aspirations for your time here at FAMU. Your journey here on the “Highest of 7 Hills” can be the greatest time in your life, but it is up to you to make the most of your success. This admirable step that you have taken is just the beginning of a journey that will remain with you for the rest of your life. The time has come Class of 2015; the choice of being ordinary is not enough. Challenge all that you know about yourself and do your utmost to be excellent. Always remember, choices are like an elevator some will take you up and some will take you down. Besides, since you are now a Rattler, we rise to all occasions and STRIKE only from the top!

Excellence with Caring, NaKena R. Cromartie Miss Florida A&M University 2011-2012

Frederick H. Johnson Mr. Florida A&M University 2011-2012

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Rattler History 1887-2011

Florida A&M University, founded on October 3, 1887, as the State Normal College for colored students, began classes with fifteen students and two instructors. Its destiny: to become an institute for higher learning, striving toward even greater heights of academic excellence. Today Florida A&M University is one of ten institutes in the Florida State University State System, and excellence—“excellence with caring’’ –remains its goal.

1887 - Leading the State Normal College through its infancy were two distinguished citizens and educators: Thomas Desaille Tucker, an outstanding attorney from Pensacola; and Thomas Van Gibbs, a state representative from Duval County, as Tucker’s top assistant. 1891 - The school received a share of $7,500 allocated to states for agricultural mechanical education, and it was then that President Tucker initiated his plan for growth. The school was moved from Copeland Street (now the site of Florida State University) to its present location and its name changed to the State Normal and Industrial College for Colored Students. 1905 - Management of the school was transferred from the Board of Education to the Board of Control. This event was significant because it officially designated to school as an institute for higher education. 1909 - The name changed to Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes (FAMC). The following year, with an enrollment of 317 students, the college awarded its first degrees. 1924-1944 - Under the administration of John Robert Lee Sr., Florida A&M University acquired much of the physical and academic image it has today. By 1944, Florida A&M had constructed 48 buildings, accumulated 369 acres of land, had 812 students, 112 staff members and accreditation was received from several state agencies. Under the guidance of William H. Gray Jr. (1944-49), expansion, along with reorganization, continued; the school had obtained an Army ROTC unit and student enrollment had grown to more than 2,000. 1951 - Perhaps the greatest achievement was the elevation of the school to university status. The name was changed from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes to Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College. In 1953, by legislative action, the school was renamed Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. 1950-68 The school experienced its most rapid growth. Twenty-Three building were erected; the hospital (now Foote-Hilyer Administration Center) was completed; staff increased by more than 500; the four quarter plan (now the semester plan) was implemented and the school became the first Negro institution to become a member in the South Association of College and Schools. Enrollment increased to more the 3,500.

1971 - FAMU was recognized in a full partner in the Ten-University, public higher education system of Florida. 1980’s -Served as a model for productive development a FAMU. Under the Walter L. Smith Administration (1977-85), the University grew to eleven schools and colleges and a division of graduate studies, research and continuing education. 1

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1984 - The University was granted the authority to offer its first doctor of Philosophy Degree, the Ph.D. in Pharmacology. The 80’s also saw the Women’s Athletic Complex equipped with a track, an Olympic-size pool, and a softball field. Bragg Memorial Stadium was renovated and expanded to provide seating for some 25,500 spectators and a modern field house was erected. New facilities were constructed to house the Schools of Allied Health Sciences, Architecture, Business and Industry and Nursing. Construction and renovation projects amounted to more than $34 million. 1985 - Dr. Frederick S. Humphries [1985-2001] became the eighth president of Florida A&M University. The Humphries Years were heralded as a time of unprecedented expansion and achievement. During Humphries’ tenure, enrollment soared from 5,100 [1985] to 9,551 [1992]. 1998-1999 - Enrollment had reached 12,000 students. Aggressive and competitive recruitment campaigns attracted more talented students, and FAMU consistently ranked nationally among the top five colleges and universities for enrolling National Achievement finalists 1992, 1995 and 1997 - FAMU enrolled more National Achievement finalists than Harvard, Yale and Stanford. 1999 - Black Issues in Higher Education cited FAMU for awarding more baccalaureate degrees to AfricanAmericans than any other institution in this nation. During the 110th Anniversary Celebration, Florida A&M University was selected by the TIME MagazinePrinceton Review as The 1997-1998 College of the Year. FAMU was selected from among some of the most prestigious schools in the country to be the first recipient of this honor. 2002 - Dr. Henry L. Lewis, III, Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences was appointed interim president. 2002 - The Board of Trustees of Florida A&M University appointed Dr. Fred Gainous [2002-2004], an alumnus, as the ninth president. Dr. Gainous returned to Tallahassee with a vision of creating One FAMU. 2004 - The Florida A&M University Board of Trustees made history by appointing Dr. Castell Vaughn Bryant as interim president. Dr. Bryant, an alumna, was the first woman to lead the University in its 117 years of existence. President Bryant came with the mission of revitalizing and restructuring the University for the twenty-first century. 2007 - Dr. James H. Ammons, became the tenth president of Florida A&M University. Prior to his appointment, he served as Chancellor of North Carolina Central University (NCCU) from 2001 through 2006 and as provost and vice president for Academic Affairs at FAMU. 2008- FAMU was selected as the Tom Joyner Foundation School of the Month for January. 2009- The Office of Communications was Awarded for Excellence. 2010- FAMU is rewarded $1.5 million in grant funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) - The School of Journalism and Graphic Communication Division of Graphic Communication has earned reaccreditation. 2011- FAMU Restructuring and Reinvesting to improve academic programs, academic structures and the allocation of state funds.

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{ Dr. James H. Ammons }

FAMU'S PRESIDENTS

2007-Present

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Thomas DeSalle Tucker 1887-1901

Nathan B. Young 1901-1923

William H. Gray 1944-1949

George W. Gore 1950-1968

Walter L. Smith 1977-1985

Frederick S. Humphries 1985-2001

J.R.E. Lee 1924-1944

Benjamin L. Perry 1968-1977

Fred Gainous 2002-2004

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H. Manning Efferson Acting President July 7, 1949 - April 1, 1950

William A. Howard Acting President 1923-1924

Henry Lewis III Interim President January 2002 - June 2002

J.B. Bragg Acting President April 5th - Sept 1st, 1944

ACTING/INTERIM PRESIDENTS

Thomas Van Gibbs First Vice President 1887-1900

Castell Bryant Interim President January 2005-May 2007

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LEADERSHIP TEAM

Cynthia Hughes Harris Provost/VP of Academic Affairs

William Hudson, Jr. Interim Vice President Student Affairs

K. Ken Redda Interim Vice President Sponsored Programs

Teresa Hardee V.P. Administrative & Financial Services

Sharon Saunders Rosalind Fuse-Hall Chief Communications Officer Chief of Staff

Derek Horne Athletic Director

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Charles O’Duor V.P. Audit & Compliance

Tola Thompson Dir. of Governmental Relations

Sharon P. Saunders Interim Vice President University Relations

Avery D. McKnight, Esq. General Counsel

Patricia Woodard Executive Assistant

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Maurice Holder

Torey L. Alston

Solomon L. Badger

Charles Langston

Rufus Montgomery

Kelvin Lawson

Belinda Reed Shannon

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

William “Bill” Jennings Chair

Richard A. Dent III Vice Chair

Spurgeon McWilliams

Marjorie Turnbull

Karl E. White

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FALL SEMESTER 2011 Fall 2011 Online Registration begins (By Appointment ONLY)

April 16 – August 28, 2011

Regular Registration (Open Enrollment)

May 15, 2011

Last day to apply for admission for Fall 2011

July 5 – August 5, 2011

In-State Residency Re-classification Period

July 29, 2011

Non-Degree Seeking Student Application Due

August 24 -28, 2011

Opening for Housing Residents

August 24, 2011

Gibbs, Paddyfoote, Sampson, and Young ONLY

August 25, 2011

Cropper, Diamond, McGuinn, Truth, and Wheatley ONLY

August 26, 2011

Palmetto North, Palmetto South, and Phase III ONLY

August 27-28, 2011

ALL Facilities

August 29, 2011

Late Registration. A $100 late fee will be assessed to your account @ Midnight

August 29, 2011

1st Class Meeting

August 31 – September 1, 2011

Registration for State Employees and Non-Degree Seeking Students

September 2, 2011

Last day to pay 100% of all fees Without a late fee penalty of $100

September 5, 2011

Holiday – University Closed in observance of Labor Day

September 16, 2011

Last day to receive a 25% refund for a Term/University withdrawal

October 28, 2011

Last Day to Withdraw (Course/Term)

October 28, 2011

Last day for instructors to submit “I”, “N”, or a “DIS” grade or name change

October 31, 2011

Spring 2012 Online Registration (By appointment ONLY) begins

November 5 – January 10, 2012

Spring 2012 Regular Online Registration

November 11, 2011

Holiday – University Closed in observance of Veterans Day

November 24 – 25, 2011

Holiday – University Closed in observance of Thanksgiving

December 9, 2011

Last day of classes

December 12 – 16, 2011

Final Exams

December 16, 2011

Commencement @ Lawson Center - Degree Conferred Date

December 17, 2011

Residence Halls close @9am

December 19, 2011

ALL GRADES posted by Noon

UNIVERSITY CALENDER

April 11-15, 2011

Dates and times listed below are subject to change. Please refer to the Registrar’s Office on-line website @ http://www.famu.edu/index.cfm?a=Registrar.

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General • Presidential Ambassadors • Royal Court

Social Fraternities and Sororities • National Pan-Hellenic Council • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. • Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Musical • FAMU Concert Choir • Kappa Kappa Psi Fraternity

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Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

• FAMU Marching “100” • Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity, Inc.

Military • National Society of Pershing Rifles • National Society of Pershing Angels

Literary • FAMUAN Newspaper • Journey Magazine • School of Architect Newsletter “Blue-Print”

STUDENT CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Departmental • Academy of Student Pharmacist/Student National Pharmaceutical Association • Assoc. for Computing Machinery • Assoc.General Contractor of America • Biology Student Organization • Black Law Student Association • Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Society • FAMU SBI • Juvenile Justice Club • National Society of Black Engineers • Student Physical Therapy Association • Health Care Management Student Association • Health and Educational Relief for Guyana • Health Science/Pre Physical Therapy Assoc. • International Law Students Association (ISLA) • International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and Health Outcomes Research (ISPOR) • National Organization for Minority Architects • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity • Student National Occupational Therapy Association • Technology Education Collegiate Association • Women’s Law Caucus

Service Organizations • Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity • Chi Eta Phi Sorority • Delta Sigma Omicron Fraternity • Teaching Our Youth Science

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STUDENT CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS

Religious and Honors Organizations • Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity • Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity • Baptist Collegiate Ministry • Catholic Student Association • Christian Legal Society • Commissioned II Love, Inc. • Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity • Kappa Psi Psi Professional Sorority • Lambda Iota Tau • National Society of Collegiate Scholars • Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Band Sorority • Trio Scholars Association • Kappa Epsilon Professional Fraternity for Women in Pharmacy • Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education

Other • 100 Collegiate Black Women • Active Minds • Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA) • Big Sister Little Sister • California Club • C.E.S.T.A ASCE - FAMU Student • College Democrats • DIVAS Dance Team • English Literacy Guild • Haitian Culture Club • Hispanic American Law Student Association (HALSA) • Images Modeling Troupe • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered Pride Union • Mahogany Dance Theatre • Marcus Garvey Club • Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources/Related Sciences • Model United Nations Association • Muslim Student Association • National Council of Negro Women • SISTUHS • Students Saving Haiti • The Environmental Law Society • Vegetarian Student Alliance

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Abundant Life Fellowship World Outreach Center American Society of Mechanical Engineers Attack Dance “Crew” Boyz of Poison Carolina Club Chicago Club DC Metro Club Economics Club Graduate Student Association Hatchett Law Club House Arrest II Ladies of Torque Lit Addiction Univ Book Club March of Dimes Collegiate Council Michigan Club

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NAACP Progressive Black Men Student National Medical Tampa Bay Area Club The Federalist Society

To receive contact information or to get involved with any of the organizations listed above, visit the Student Union Office of Clubs & Organizations.

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WELCOME TO

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THE THE FAMULY! FAMULY!

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FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY

ALMA MATER College of love and charity We gather ‘round thy noble shrine; We lift our voice in praise to thee, And ask a blessing all divine FAM-U! FAM-U! I love thee I’ll fight and win what’er the battle be The Orange and the Green thy Sons shall e’er defend And loyal to thy voice of love attend FAM-U! FAM-U! FAM-U! I love thee! On gridiron, diamond, track and field, Thy sons the vict’ry never yield, And while they tread a broader life Thy love shall stay them in the strife. FAM-U! FAM-U! I love thee I’ll fight and win what’er the battle be The Orange and the Green thy Sons shall e’er defend And loyal to thy voice of love attend FAM-U! FAM-U! FAM-U! I love thee! God ever keep us true to thee; Thy faith that truth shall make men free. Shall guide thy loyal sons aright And fend them thru’ the skeptic night. FAM-U! FAM-U! I love thee I’ll fight and win what’er the battle be The Orange and the Green thy Sons shall e’er defend And loyal to thy voice of love attend FAM-U! FAM-U! FAM-U! I love thee!

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