Founded in 1867, Fayetteville State University is a 4-year public school in central North Carolina and an Historically Black College and University. A member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund and the University of North Carolina System, FSU confers undergrad and graduate degrees in over 60 fields of study. Additionally, Fayetteville State is the number one producer of teachers among all North Carolina HBCUs. Throughout the year, Fayetteville State schedules a number of all-campus social events including Rodeo Week, Quiz Bowl, and a Homecoming featuring step shows and a fashion exhibition.
A great place for a wholesome education at a HBCU.
Small yet vast college campus for getting around.
Simple yet easy place to meet new people.
Fayetteville State is a great school, with helpful professors, counselors, and students. When I visited for the first time, I felt like FSU was the school for me. I strongly recommend this school to all who are looking for a promising future.