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Fort Valley State Football Season Tickets on Sale

Fort Valley State Football Season Tickets on Sale

 

 

TO GET YOUR TICKETS NOW VISIT:

www.wildcatticketoffice.com  or stop by the FVSU Ticket Office (Cashier’s Office, 2ND Floor of Troup Building on the FVSU campus) M-F  9 a.m. to 4  p.m. For more information please call: 478-825-6433.

SPECIAL SEASON TICKET PACKAGES:

$350.00 – *Family Package includes 4 Season Tickets in Reserve Seat sections 25 OR 26

$70 - Young Alumni Package available to recent graduates (classes 2008 – 2012) includes one Reserve Season Ticket (class or group seating available)

SINGLE GAME TICKET:

Regular Season:

Report: Crawford Co. High Ranks Among Bottom Five Georgia High Schools

Report: Crawford Co. High Ranks Among Bottom Five Georgia High Schools

How do Crawford County High and Peach County High School stack up against other high schools in Georgia?

According to the latest US News & World Report high school rankings, Crawford County High School ranks in the bottom five of Georgia high schools in College Readiness.

Crawford County had three of the fifteen percent pass the Advanced Placement exam.

Peach County High ranks near average across the board in College Readiness, math and English proficiencies.

Twenty-nine percent of Peach County High students took the AP exam and four percent passed.

FVSU Upgrades Security, Open 24-Hour Dispatch Center

FVSU Upgrades Security, Open 24-Hour Dispatch Center

 

 Fort Valley State University students walking to classes through the quad or leaving the Henry A. Hunt Memorial Library after a late night study session will have an extra pair of eyes watching to ensure they arrive at their destinations safely. The university is installing a brand new, high-tech Panasonic IP Video Surveillance System to help guard the campus.

FVSU's King Inks Three-Year Deal with Oakland Raiders

FVSU's King Inks Three-Year Deal with Oakland Raiders

 

After the 2012 National Football League Draft concluded, there was a mad dash to begin signing undrafted free agents.  No sooner had the draft ended than the Oakland Raiders put pen to paper to sign Fort Valley State University (FVSU) punter Marquette King.  King, a First Team All-SIAC member and recently voted the 2011 FVSU Wildcats Most Valuable Player signed a three-year deal with Raiders.

Damond Talbot of SB Nation “Mocking the Draft” site had this to say about King:

“The reason they were so impressed was because he was constantly booming 70 and 80 yard punts on the sidelines of the practice, which were recorded at over 5.6 seconds hang time. That is a pretty amazing statistic..."

Northeast, Southwest High Students Visit FVSU

Northeast, Southwest High Students Visit FVSU

The Student African American Brotherhood (SAAB) groups from Northeast High School and Southwest High School attended the Ralph P. Malone Youth Motivational Program on Tuesday, April 17, at Fort Valley State University and were highly complimented throughout the program.

The students had the opportunity to tour FVSU's campus and listen to motivational speakers before having lunch in the cafeteria.

FVSU to Honor Alumni and Award Scholarships

FVSU to Honor Alumni and Award Scholarships

 

FORT VALLEY, GA. - The documentary film ‘Bully’ is sparking controversy and interest across the nation. The movie– targeted at teens and their parents – follows several, real-life bully victims for one year; then examines the problem’s root causes and the negative social and psychological aftermath.

On Thursday and Friday, April 12 -13, Fort Valley State University students will present research and solutions to school bullying and other topics during the 32nd Annual Banks-Pierro-Rutland-Bellamy Colloquium. The annual awards luncheon, which takes place noon, April 13 in the Student Amenities Building’s second-floor banquet room—is the pinnacle of the two-day social and behavioral sciences forum. Organizers will honor three distinguished alums, and two outstandingstudents will win tuition scholarships.