The FSU Black Alumni Association promotes and supports the academic achievement and excellence of Black students at FSU. We are committed to ensuring that financial resources are available for the direct support of Black students in their pursuit of academic excellence. Through your financial support and continued assistance, together we will be able to assist in the recruitment, admission, retention, graduation and placement of Black students at FSU.
Since the funds are used for educational purposes all donations are tax deductible. Donations to our Scholarship Fund also qualify for matching gifts from participating corporations and businesses.
Make checks payable to the
FSU Foundation, with the following in the memo section:
FSU Black Alumni Association Scholarship Fund, # F06591
Florida State University Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 3062739
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2739
The FSU Black Alumni Association awards scholarships to deserving students during its Black Alumni Reunions or other designated times established by the National Board of Directors. Additionally, during FSU's annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Celebration, we partner with the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs to award "Book Scholarships" to deserving students selected through their scholarship process.
- Marvis Barnes
- Sophia Harvey
- Nathasha N. Cole — A senior from Miami, Florida, with a dual major in Communication and Psychology (Also studied abroad in FSU's International Programs)
- Stanley Wakefield, Jr. — A sophomore from Jacksonville, Florida, majoring in Sports Management
- Ky'Eisha W. Penn — A sophomore from Miami, Florida, with a dual major in Family and Child Sciences and Political Science
- Vincella M. Smith — A senior from Miami, Florida, with a dual major in Psychology and Women's Studies (Will also study abroad in FSU's International Programs)
- April L. McCray — A graduate student from Tallahassee, Florida, who is seeking her Ph.D. in English Literature
- Sade’ Tate – A graduate student from Buford, Georgia, seeking her masters’ degree in School Psychology
- Qua’Aisa Blackmon – A graduate student from Pensacola, Florida, seeking her masters’ degree in Higher Education
- Dahdrian Duncan – A graduate student from Miami, Florida, seeking her Educational Specialist degree in Mental Health Counseling