The University of North Carolina Partnership for National Security is a system-wide effort to support the service member, contribute to the mission, and grow North Carolina's economy.

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Fayetteville State University's ideal location allows students to enjoy a close, personal community that is small enough to invite participation, yet large enough to offer a diverse array of cultural, social and recreational activities.

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Originally established in 1867, the school became Fayetteville State University in 1969 by an act of the North Carolina General Assembly and joined the UNC system in 1972. The University has a student body of over 6,300 students and offers over 40 undergraduate programs and 23 graduate programs. In addition, FSU offers one doctorate degree in educational leadership.

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  • FSU first established its presence on Fort Bragg in 1973. Since then, the FSU Fort Bragg-Pope Army Airfield Center has continued to provide educational opportunities for all military personnel, their dependents, and citizens of the surrounding communities. The focus is to “Target & Achieve” the specific needs and requirements unique to the military. Students may take a minimum of three semester hours or a maximum of nine semester hours credit each term, depending upon personal obligations. All courses are taught after standard business hours to afford greater flexibility and opportunity for learning.
  • FSU provides a specialized orientation session for all of its military affiliated students. In addition to the content provided to traditional students, FSU also includes topics such as transfer credit for military training, benefits enrollment, and the campus resources available on base at Fort Bragg.
  • The FSU chapter of Student Veterans of America (SVA) is a network of veterans committed to excellence and service. Learn more here

  • Military Student Support

  • FSU provides graduating student veterans with recognition cords to wear during commencement. In addition, the commencement program indicates that graduates wearing the cords are veterans of the armed forces.
  • The FSU Veteran Student Center is a one-stop shop for student veterans and connects students with resources on campus and with one another. The Center staff assists students with benefits processing, registration, advising, career services, and student organization events. The 1,100-square-foot center has offices and a conference room, a waiting area for families and computers for veterans to use.
  • The FSU Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) provides resources for student veterans at FSU as well as those veterans residing in the region. The VBOC mission is to advance the growth and commercial competitiveness of veteran owned small business enterprises through education and services. Working in concert with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the VBOC focuses on business development, technology deployment, and e-commerce.

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    Web Resources

  • FSU Fort Bragg Center

  • FSU Seymour Johnson AFB Campus

  • Admissions

  • GoArmyEd

  • Army ROTC | Air Force ROTC

  • Student Veterans Organization

  • Veterans Affairs

  • Veterans Business Outreach Center

    Personnel

  • Admissions: Michael Head

  • Financial Aid: Veronica Alexander

  • FSU Ft. Bragg Center: Veronica Alexander

  • GI Bill: Veronica Alexander

  • Military Affairs Liaison: Veronica Alexander

  • SOC Counselor: Veronica Alexander

  • Student Affairs: Greg Moyd

  • Tuition Assistance: Veronica Alexander

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