2020 News

October

Oct 20, 2020
UCDEI Offers Additional Safe Zone Training
Due to an overwhelming response, the University Council for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is offering two additional opportunities for members of the campus community to participate in a series of Safe Zone trainings.

September

Sep 30, 2020
Local NAACP Holds Safe Not Silent March and Rally
The Allegany County NAACP Branch 7007 will hold a second "Safe but Not Silent" march and rally in honor of Breonna Tayler this Saturday, October 3rd at 2:00 p.m.

August

Aug 25, 2020
FSU Dedicates Brownsville/Park Avenue Monument
FSU dedicates the Brownsville/Park Avenue monument recognizing the African American community that was displaced as the school, now known as Frostburg State University, grew. This project--led by faculty, students, staff and community members--has been a years-long undertaking. We look forward to more opportunities in the future to recognize this community and educate the campus and region about its legacy.

July

Jul 14, 2020
About the Intern: Tyler Anthony Bauer
Graduating senior, Tyler Anthony Bauer, completed a full-time internship with the Center for Student Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Frostburg State University this spring.

Jul 14, 2020
Administrator Highlight: Dr. Artie Lee Travis
It has been quite the first semester for Dr. Artie Lee Travis, FSU’s newly appointed Vice President of Student Affairs. Dr. Travis has seamlessly fit into his new role and has had to undergo many tests and trials in his short time with the university.

Jul 14, 2020
Staff Highlight: Jenica Braxton
Our staff highlight features the work of Ms. Jenica Braxton, an alum of Frostburg State University who currently works with the Office of Civic Engagement at FSU as an AmeriCorps Vista Member while also balancing her work in FSU’s Master of Education program.

Jul 14, 2020
Student Organization Highlight: NCNW
Our student organization highlight features the ladies of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW). The organization aims to foster and maintain a safe and inclusive community for African American women on campus and their goals are to educate, unite and uplift women at FSU.

Jul 14, 2020
Student Highlight: Ngozi Alia
Our student highlight features the amazing work of Ngozi Alia, a graduating senior at FSU majoring in Health Science and minoring in African American Studies.

Jul 14, 2020
Did you know?
Interesting facts about how the black community has influenced the Frostburg State University campus. Did you know?

Jul 14, 2020
Letter from the Director - July 2020
The Center for Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion declared the Fall 2019 semester as the “50th Anniversary of the Desegregation of Frostburg State University”. Although there were a few other Black students attending the university in previous years, Frostburg saw its first Black graduate in 1961 It was not until 1969 that Frostburg made a concentrated effort to increase the enrollment of Black students at the institution.