Florida A&M University is a public institution that was started in 1887. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 7,818, its environment is city, and the campus size is 422 acres. It uses a semester-based academic year. Its in-state tuition/fees are $5,785; out-of-state tuition/fees are $17,725
Florida A&M University, situated in the hills of Tallahassee, is the only historically black institution in the State University System of Florida. The schools mission is to educate African-Americans, but it accepts learners of every race, ethnic origin and nationality. Although the “A&M” in its name stands for Agricultural and Mechanical, the university offers about 60 bachelor’s degrees in a diverse array of studies, with architecture, journalism and psychology among the most popular undergraduate majors. Graduate learners at Florida A&M can choose from about 40 degrees, including law, engineering and education.
The university, more commonly known as FAMU, also offers more than 100 student organizations and several fraternities and sororities to join. Student athletes can try out for the FAMU Rattlers varsity sports teams, which participate in the NCAA Division I Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Notable FAMU alumni include Fox Sports reporter Pam Oliver and Vibe magazine co-founder Keith Clinkscales.