FAMU Graduate Feeder Scholars Program

The FAMU Graduate Feeder Scholars Program is an official partnership agreement between Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and more than 40 Feeder Institutions around the country. The program addresses the need to increase the number of African Americans participating in advanced graduate education by affording FAMU students the opportunity to undertake advanced study in graduate programs not available at FAMU through partnering Feeder Institutions. The Office of Graduate Fellowships and Awards serves as Florida State University's liaison for the FAMU Graduate Feeder Scholars Program.

Recent FAMU Graduate Feeder Scholars are listed below.

2018-2019 FAMU Feeder Guidelines


Latoya Brown

Educational Psychology and Learning Systems

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Audreon Babb Communication Communication & Information
Louis Graham Business Administration Business


Kevin McMillan Criminology Criminology


Christopher Cruikshank Scientific Computing Arts & Sciences


Porchea Bell Social Work Social Work
Samanthia Martin Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Education


Thomas Anthony Industrial Engineering Engineering
Domnick Ardis International Affairs Social Sciences & Public Policy
Patrice Powell Music Music
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