TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — FAMU can now tackle financial aid, mental health, and housing services all under one roof.
The new Center for Student Access and Success was built thanks in part to nearly $25 million from the Florida Legislature.
Governor Ron DeSantis toured the new complex Monday.
The university hopes the access center will improve student services and increase retention rates.
The 73,000 square foot complex is set to open for this year's fall semester.