FSU Students Send Strong Message to Board of Governors

“If you wish to speak on our behalf, speak to us first.”

FSU students to the Board of Governors


(West Palm Beach, FL) – The Florida State University students enrolled in the West Palm Beach Digital Arts program have written to the Florida Board of Governors regarding what they call “the false representation and lack of interest the Board of Governors has taken in our standpoint on the possible relocation of our program.”

In the letter signed by 24 members of the program, the students write that the “Board has seemingly made no effort to understand our curriculum, nor have they reached out to the student body, yet a verdict was assigned in our “best interest.”

A copy of the letter was sent to West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio Tuesday afternoon. The city played no role in its drafting, and was not aware a letter was being written until it was received.

A copy of the letter is below.  You can also click on the link below to download a copy of the letter.

FSU Student Letter

FSU student letter