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Founded in 1887, FAMU is the only public, land-grant HBCU in the State University System of Florida. Essence and Money magazines rank FAMU fifth among all national universities and colleges on the 2016 “50 Best Colleges for African-Americans” list.Additionally, the list identifies FAMU as the top-ranked HBCU in the nation.
The National Science Foundation lists FAMU as the number one HBCU in the nation for research and development expenditures.U.S. News & World Report has named FAMU among the best national universities, andForbes lists the university as one of 2016’s “America’s Top Colleges” as well as one of its “Best in the South,” “Best Public Colleges,” and “Best Research Universities.” The Princeton Review named FAMU among its “2016 Best Colleges: Region-by-Region,” ranking FAMU as one of the “Best Southeastern” colleges and universities in the nation.
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