FAMU Feeder Fellowships

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.

The fellowship provides Florida A&M University graduates that have fulfilled FAMU Feeder Program requirements funding support to pursue a graduate degree at Florida State University. Awards will be given for a maximum of four years for doctoral degree-seeking students and two years for masters degree-seeking students. The award will have a non-duty stipend of $7,250, tuition waivers up to twelve credit hours, along with the annual health insurance subsidy for each of the Fall and Spring semesters. No summer funding is provided. The fellowship may supplement an award by the academic unit or other entity if allowed. The application window is now open.

2019-2020 FAMU Feeder Guidelines

Recipients of the FAMU Graduate Feeder Fellowship are listed below.


2018-2019

Amanda Jean-Mary

Motion Picture Arts/Production

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2016-2017

Latoya Brown

Counseling and School Psychology

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Hellena Jones

Public Administration/Urban Planning

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2015-2016

Audreon Babb Communication & Information Communication
Louis Graham Business Business Administration

2014-2015

Kevin McMillan Criminology & Criminal Justice Criminology

2012-2013

Christopher Cruikshank Arts & Sciences Scientific Computing

2011-2012

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

2010-2011

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