Founded in 1887, Florida A & M University is the fifth largest historically black college or university (HBCU) in the U.S. by enrollment and the only public historically black university in Florida. It also offers 54 bachelor’s degrees, 29 master’s degrees, three professional degrees and twelve doctoral degrees. But what it is, really? Perhaps the most popular college with students in Palm Beach County–and, we might add, a really fun place to be, too! And on March 29, the FAMU National Alumni Association (NAA)’s Palm Beach Alumni chapter will host its 2019 Spring Preview trip to their alma mater for students interested in learning more–on campus, in Tallahassee, for a full day. And during that daylong stay, there’ll be a campus walking tour, plus meetings and workshops with: Admissions and Financial Aid offices, including individual assessments of entrance requirements and financial aid options; administrators, deans and professors from each department’s offered major; athletic coaches, including in football and golf; the Student Government Association; and the Royal Court. The fee includes overnight travel by bus, departing from and returning to the Urban League of Palm Beach County within 24 hours. For more information, click here or contact 561-951-1621 or email@example.com. And, if you want to attend the alumni chapter’s free annual Christmas partay on Friday, click here for more information on that.
The West African Heritage tour will focus on Senegal and Gambia and provide airfare, hotel stay, meals and ground transportation–all for only $3,250 per person. The trip is a partnership between WPB resident Nyota King (daughter of the King of Africa, John Stroman) and Access Africa, a New York City-based full service tour company that focuses on the great continent. A deposit of $325 is required by November 30. To connect with Ms.King, the tour host and local organizer, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the trip, click here. And stay in touch with her: she routinely hosts events and activities related to the Africa, including an event on December 15 in West Palm Beach. Click here to go there!