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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2013

Florida A&M University is a historically black university. It has a rich history of assisting students with their education in order to prepare them for the world. The faculty and staff were heavily invested in my success. The class sizes were small which allowed the professors to provide a quality education to each student. My academic advisors were knowledgeable and instrumental in helping thrive in college. The university has many professional organizations such as the honors program. The program allows you to take honors classes and attend professional conferences. It gives the students an opportunity to collaborate and network with students from other universities. I enjoyed my time as a biology student because my department helped my find many research opportunities and internships. I was able to conduct research at Yale University and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. At the time I wanted to be a physician and they gave me a yearly plan that outlined everything I needed to accomplish in order to get accepted into medical school. The department faculty has an open door policy and it made me feel like I could talk to them about anything. I had a personal relationship with most of my professors and still maintain contact with them. The entire department gave me the impression that they wanted us to become as successful as possible. This feeling rang true because many of my former classmates are at prestigious medical schools all across the country. I am proud to be a graduate from Florida A&M University.

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Degree: Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication
Graduation Year: 2017

Attending Florida A&M University was one of the best decisions I have ever made. If you value learning about your heritage and culture, FAMU is the right place for you. I also enjoyed the fact that compared to other institutions and universities the classes were smaller in size which granted a closer relationship with professors. I am satisfied with the faculty and staff. Whenever I had a problem or concern I was always answered promptly. I am also satisfied with the quality of my degree.

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Degree: Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Graduation Year: 2000

Great school for engineering technology. The practical knowledge learned got me my first high paying job at FMC Technologies. If you really want to be the best, the lectures can open up the creativity within. I would recommend that one take a look at this HBCU first.

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Degree: Economics
Graduation Year: 2014

Florida A&M University is an excellent HBCU to hone your skills and develop as a well rounded student. The networking opportunities are priceless as you are equipped with the tools necessary to jump start your career upon graduation. Professionalism is a common trait of all FAMU Rattlers.

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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2019

Greetings I am going into my third year at Florida A&M University. I love my school, and I enjoy the people that attends here. Everyone is like one big family. This school is extremely family oriented. There is no where else I would want to be. As much as I love FAMU there is always room for improvement in certain areas when it comes to financial aid, organizing of school functions. Nevertheless I love FAMU and I would recommend any ethnic group to attend that school because it produces the best.

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Degree: Occupational Therapy
Graduation Year: 2004

Florida A&M has prepared me not only academically, but professionally for life. The identity development that is acquired there is unmatched and my experience was that of a student that felt cared about and encouraged throughout my matriculation. I would without hesitation recommend this school to anyone, especially minorities.

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Degree: Music Performance, General
Graduation Year: 2011

If you want an atmosphere that will push you into becoming an independent learner, then this school is the right one for you. I didn't know what I really wanted to do before I graduated from high school. There were a host of teachers and church members that had attended Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and from their experience, they wanted me to experience for myself. The rest is history. This school taught me how to be academically successful and most importantly, socially successful. I am thankful!

4 out of 5
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Degree: Chemical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2016

Attending Florida A&M University was one of the best experiences in my life. FAMU has a deep and rooted history of producing African American Doctors, Lawyers, Teachers, Nurses, Business Owners, Politicians and many other professionals throughout its 129 years in existence. I was in enrolled the Engineering program that is shared by Florida State University and learned so much. I recommend FAMU to any and everyone!

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2014

Florida A&M University School of nursing is one of the top producers of baccalaureate prepared nurses in the state of Florida. Please do research about the program and look at the great accomplishments achieved faculty, staff, prior and current students of nursing education.

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2006

Florida A&M University was instrumental in giving me a foundation to succeed in my chosen profession my social awareness and activity. I have leveraged the experience I gained at FAMU to excel in business, champion social causes in my neighborhood and continue a bond with my fellow rattlers that will last throughout my life.

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