Popular daytime talk show, “The Real,” will visit Florida A&M University (FAMU) to celebrate Black History Month and the University’s rich history and incredible student body on Wednesday, February 20 from 10:15 a.m. – noon on the steps of Lee Hall Auditorium. FAMU was selected as one of three historically Black colleges and universities to host live interviews throughout the show.
FAMU President Larry Robinson, Ph.D., the University’s Marching “100,” students and FAMU’s mascot, Venom, are scheduled to appear on “The Real.” Students representing all 14 of the University’s colleges and schools are invited to be a part of the fun and wear FAMU attire to show their Rattler pride.
Celebrity talk show hosts Tamera Mowry-Housley, Loni Love, Adrienne Houghton and Jeannie Mai will interact with FAMU students, who will have the opportunity to play games for cash, prizes and “The Real” swag.
This event is free and open to FAMU students, faculty and staff.
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, founded on October 3, 1887, began classes with fifteen students and two instructors. Today, FAMU is one of 12 institutions in Florida’s State UniversitySystem and has more than 10,000 students.
FAMU offers 54 bachelor’s degrees, 29 master’s degrees, 12 doctoral degrees and three professional degrees. The three professional degrees include the J.D., PharmD., and the Doctor of PhysicalTherapy. The 12 doctoral degree programs include 11 doctoral degrees and one Doctor of PublicHealth. For more information, visit FAMU.edu.