Founded in 1866, shortly after the end of the Civil War, Fisk University is a
historically black university, and is the oldest institution of higher learning
in Nashville, Tennessee. Fisk’s outstanding faculty and students continue
to enhance the University’s national reputation for academic excellence,
which is validated year after year by the leading third-party reviewers, as
well as, by the pool of talented applicants and the large percentage of alumni
who complete graduate or professional degrees and become leaders and scholars
in their fields.
DFW Fisk Alumni Club
The DFW Fisk Alumni Club operates under the General Alumni Association of Fisk University (GAAFU) and is one of the largest alumni clubs in the association.
The mission of the DFW Fisk Alumni Club is to attract and engage alumni in
our local area, promote fellowship, and build awareness of Fisk University
throughout North Texas.
Our club supports Fisk University by assisting with the recruitment of
students in the DFW area and providing scholarships to attract the best students from high schools in the local area.
We accomplish this through our various meetings and social events. Please support our university and community by joining the DFW Fisk Alumni Club. Your dues support the clubs’ dedicated scholarships for local high school students and provide an operating budget for the club to organize events for both social and professional networking.
Promote Fisk University as an institution of academic excellence.
Create and maintain an environment that encourages participation among alumni in the DFW area through financial support and volunteerism.
Sponsor events and activities that support Fisk University, its students, and the local community.
2018 Strategic Priorities
Alumni Membership – Build and increase a strong membership base
Student Scholarships – Enhance the scholarship process and increase money for scholarships
Student Recruitment – Create programs and events to support the student body
University Relations – Enhance DFW Fisk Alumni Clubs relationship with the University