Office of University Relations

The Office of University Relations promotes an increased awareness of Fisk University’s brand of academic excellence to key publics in domestic and global markets through the development of creative and quality communications, marketing and public relations. The division provides support, expertise and leadership designed to:

  • Promote partnerships and collaborative initiatives with strategic partners.
  • Develop programs and benefits that strengthen alumni ties and encourage lifelong support.
  • Involve supporters and friends in the life of the University through special events

One of these programs is WFSK. Feel free to learn more here.

Media and Communications Contact Information:

Edwina Harris Hamby, Ph.D.
Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Emails:  &
Office 615.329.8530 or 615.329.8768
Cell 615.473.7325

Fisk Style Guide

This style guide is a resource for all individuals creating materials that reflect the University. The information in the guide should be followed as stated to maintain consistency in messaging and use of the Fisk logo, colors and communications. 

Any questions or comments about this manual should be directed to the Office of University Relations.

All logos, messaging and materials in this guide are owned by Fisk and may be used only with permission of the University. Requests to use Fisk materials should be directed to the Office of University Relations. 

Fisk Style Guidelines


Holiday Music at Fisk University

December 1, 2015

Fisk Memorial Chapel

1000 17th Ave. N. Nashville, Tennessee 37208

no admission fee

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University News - October 30, 2015

News & Events for October 30, 2015

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University News - October 24, 2015

News & Events for October 24, 2015

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University News - October 17, 2015

News & Events for October 17, 2015

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Interim President: wants to improve finances

Frank L. Sims sent a letter to parents telling them that the administrative shake-up would not affect education at the school. Sims repeatedly emphasized that point Tuesday in an exclusive interview with The Tennessean.

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