College of Education

Since 1887, the College of Education (COE) at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University has played a role in the state's future. The College of Education was the first and only college, department, or major within the university at its inception in 1887. The COE continues to celebrate superior accomplishments by its students, faculty, staff, and graduates.


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We are looking for teachers and leaders who possess a lifelong desire to learn and who want to inspire similar passions in the next generation.

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The College of Education (COE) can be considered the cornerstone college of Florida A&M University. Learn why here!

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"Our emphasis on STEAM-based learning in the arts and sciences, along with specialized tracks like sports management-physical education and health and recreation, ensures hands-on training and practical teacher preparation within our college that extends to our own K-12 Developmental Research School environment."
Sarah Price, Dean



Student Services

"The possibilities are endless here in the College of Education. Picture yourself as a change agent, motivator, leader, innovator and educator!" Allyson Watson, PhD, Dean and Professor | FAMU College of Education

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1. For Future Rattlers

The secret of getting ahead is getting started. Mark Twain, American Author
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2. For Current Rattlers

The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future in life.Plato, Athenian Philosopher
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3. Candidate Empowerment Center

A leader is one who knows the way, and shows the way. John C. Maxwell, American Author
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4. Center For Student Success

One day I said something really greatDr. Rattler, American Author
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5. Living Learning Community

The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members Coretta Scott King, African American Author, Activist, Civil Rights Leader, and Wife of Martin Luther King
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6. Grievance Procedures

To conquer frustration, one must remain intensely focused on the outcome, not the obstaclesT.F. Hodge, African American Author
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The Future of FAMU

The College of Education Manages programs that will help shape the future of FAMU!

FAMU DRS students Learn More!

The FAMU DRS is committed to providing our Baby Rattlers with opportunities to grow an develop through interactive and supportive instruction and activities, expand their love of learning, and hone their ability to get along with others.

Black Male College Explorer's Program participants Learn More!

The AIM Higher Program is a progressive intervention program designed specifically to prevent black males from dropping out of high school; facilitate their admission to college; and significantly increase their chances of earning a college degree.


Contact Us

COE Main Office
Gore Educational Complex
501 Orr Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32307
(850) 561-2989
(850) 561-2793