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Federal University of Ivalice
Koiwai
Established 1875
Type Public university
Endowment $457,420,743 (as of 2009)
President Joseph Tole
Provost Glenn Clark
Faculty 2,434
Staff 4,034
Students 24,449
Undergraduates 15,237
Postgraduates 9,212
Location Koiwai, Ivalician Federal District, Ivalice
Campus Urban
Colors Teal, White, and Gold                  
Mascot Dolphin
Affiliations Federal University System of Ivalice

The Federal University of Ivalice at Koiwai (often referred to as Federal University, FedU, GovU, or negatively, FedUp) is a public research university located in the Civic Center district of the city of Koiwai. Founded in 1875, the Federal University is the flagship institution of the Federal University System of Ivalice. With a total enrollment of 24,449 students, FedU is the largest university in the Ivalician Federal District and the largest in the Koiwai-Randgriz Metropolitan Area.

Federal University's location in the heart of the nation's capital has resulted in strong research partnerships with the Federal government. Many members of the faculty receive research funding and institutional support from agencies such as the Department of Domesticities and the Department of National Security.

Academics

Federal University offers 142 undergraduate degree programs and 123 post-graduate degree programs in 14 colleges and schools:

  • College of Agriculture and Environmental Science
  • College of Arts and Humanities
    • School of Music
  • College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • College of Education
  • School of Business
  • School of Public Health
  • College of Sciences
    • School of Engineering
    • School of Architecture and Planning
    • School of Computer and Information Sciences
  • College of Literature and Journalism
  • Office of Undergraduate Studies
  • School of Public Policy

Undergraduate education consists of a chosen degree track and basic general education curriculum as designated by the federal Department of Education.

Campus

Student Life

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