Save the Date: Eddie G. Robinson 100th Birthday Celebration, February 13-18, 2019

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From Grambling, Louisiana to Atlanta, Georgia, join #GramFam across the nation in celebrating the life and legacy of Eddie G. Robinson this Black History Month. Join the Eddie Robinson 100th Birthday Commemoration on Facebook for the latest event updates and celebration news, and save the date for this year’s big events: Continue reading

Celebrating MLK: How Will You Be Remembered? Join us January 21, 2019

FLYER-FSUB-MLKDay-UpdateFor generations, African Americans have celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year, the Grambling State University community will share in a time of reflection inspired by one of Dr. Kind’s most famous speeches, “What is Your Life’s Blueprint?”

Join the GSU Family and speaker Jevin Hodge, who became the youngest African American official elected within the Democratic Party nationwide at age 23, for a march, ceremony, and reception. Continue reading

A Leg Up for Law School: Grambling State Partners with University of Iowa College of Law

AdobeStock_107155820-smallWhile the number of lawyers in America continues to grow,the share of African-American lawyers hasn’t changed in more than six years according to the American Bar Association.

Now, Grambling State University is partnering with the University of Iowa College of Law to prepare and grow the next generation of black lawyers.

“From Thurgood Marshall to Barak Obama, African-American lawyers have made some of the greatest contributions to American policy and progress,” said President Rick Gallot of Grambling State University. Continue reading

12 Semester Success Tips from the Grambling State University SGA President

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Guess what #GRAMFAM? That’s right, it’s the first day of classes for the 2019 Spring Semester! The first few weeks on campus are extremely critical for all new and transfer students.

During this time, you get to make high-impact decisions that will have an effect on the rest of your life.

Here are few critical tips for your first weeks (and a few for the longer term) that will make sure you’re on the road to success: Continue reading

GSU Spotlight: 5,500 Miles to Graduation – Grambling State’s Fall 2018 Top Graduate

Valedictorian, Coulibaly, Graduates with Top Honors After 3 Years Away From Home

Lala Coulibaly - 2018 Fall ValedictorianThe Fall 2018 valedictorian for Grambling State University celebrates not only academic success, but also a one-of-a-kind journey on this fall’s graduation stage.

Ms. Lala Aicha Coulibaly will graduate this fall with a 3.91 cumulative GPA, majoring in computer science, and with fluency in three languages: French, English, and her native tongue, Bambara, which she grew up speaking in Bamako, Mali.  Mali is 5,500 miles from Grambling State University and Ms. Coulibaly is excited to share some of her story with her fellow students tomorrow. Continue reading