Fort Valley State University started as Fort Valley High and Industrial School in 1895. FVHIS expanded its curriculum throughout the 1920s. A post-high school, baccalaureate year, and later, a teacher’s training program were in place by 1927. Liberal arts courses were also added for students. These additions resulted in the designation of FVHIS as a Junior College. In 1939, FVHIS became a University System of Georgia member and four-year degree granting institution.
Fort Valley offers associate's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and master's degrees, as well as professional certificates. Several degrees are offered completely online.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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