Click here to learn more | August 8-29, 2014
As a leading private, liberal arts university, Fisk University fulfills a crucial role in preparing students to become successful professionals and citizens. Fisk has a rich legacy of producing scholars and leaders. Among the many Fisk luminaries are W.E.B. DuBois, Ida B. Wells, John Hope Franklin, The Honorable Timothy Donaldson, Nikki Giovanni, Judith Jamison, Johnetta Cole, David Levering Lewis, Kym Whitley, and The Honorable John R. Lewis.
From its founding in 1866, Fisk University students have been catalysts for change locally, nationally and internationally. The Fisk Jubilee Singers® introduced the world to the musical genre known today as the Negro spiritual. W.E.B. DuBois and Ida B. Wells were early leaders of the quest for human rights. Fisk students Diane Nash and John Lewis were leaders of the civil rights movement that changed Nashville.
Fisk is an iconic institution steeped in tradition and history, yet dynamic and contemporary to meet the challenges of the 21st century. As Julian Williams, “Mr. Fisk, 2013-2014,” stated: “Fisk is small enough to know your name and large enough to meet your needs.”
Explore our website and learn more about our outstanding academic programs and faculty. Visit our beautiful campus and learn why Fisk is a Tennessee treasure and a national landmark.
Fisk is moving forward. Join us!
Fisk offers an exceptional curriculum and dynamic learning and mentoring experiences.
- New Bookstore Sale | August 8 - 29, 2014
- Career Fair | October 8, 2014
- Homecoming | November 9 - 15, 2014
- Homecoming Open House | November 13 -15, 2014
The General Alumni Association of Fisk University, Incorporated (GAAFU), in partnership with Fisk University, is soliciting proposals from qualified artists for the creation of an original work of art in honor of Fisk University’s Sesquicentennial in 2016.
August 8 - 17, 2014
The agenda for New Student Orientation for Fall 2014
Core 100 for Freshman Class
President Williams has invited Mayor Kevin Johnson and his staff to speak to Fisk about educating African American students.
Ladies of RAGE practices