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Fayetteville State University takes great pride in recognizing students throughout the academic year who receive distinctive honors and awards. Therefore, the FSU Office of Institutional Advancement ensures that press releases are distributed to the student's hometown newspaper in appreciation for their hard work and dedication.

For example, press releases are distributed for students who:

  • obtain prestigious internships
  • are inducted into an honor society
  • receive awards or special distinction
  • receive scholarships or fellowships
  • have written or created works that are published, exhibited, or performed.

Graduating students and students appearing on the FSU Chancellor's List do not need to submit a form. Information for these honors are automatically distributed to hometown newspapers.

If you would like to submit information about a recent accomplishment to the Office of Institutional Advancement, please fill out the form below.

Name
Campus Phone
Campus Address
Home Address City
State Zip
Home Phone E-mail Address
Classification
Major Minor
Is this an athletic related story? Yes No (Submissions for athletic news will be forwarded to the Athletic Department)
Please describe the distinction for which you would like a news release created
Date presented with the award/honor
Is there a faculty member, program director, administrator, coach or league associated with the distinction you have received? Yes No
If yes, please specify
Please list your hometown newspaper(s)
The Office of Communications and Public Relations reserves the right to review the information and determine whether or not a press release will be written and distributed.
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