"In the Beginning" Crewneck (Florida A&M University)

"In the Beginning" Crewneck (Florida A&M University)


Our number one priority is to celebrate the legacy of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. With this series we start from the very beginning, presenting the original names of these institutions. Heavy weight and super cozy. Built to endure many years of love.

Runs a bit roomy so order a size down from your normal size.

  • Double-needle stitched collar, armholes and waistband

  • Heavyweight, 12 Oz. 70% cotton, 30% polyester preshrunk blend fleece

On October 3, 1887, the State Normal College for Colored Students began classes, and became a land-grant college four years later when it received $7,500 under the Second Morrill Act, and its name was changed to State Normal and Industrial College for Colored Students. The site of the university is the 375-acre former slave plantation of Florida Governor William Pope Duval, whose mansion, today the site of the Carnegie Library, burned in 1905.

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