Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University is a public historically black university at Tallahassee, Florida. It’s a member of the State University System of Florida, and enrolls over 8,400 undergraduates; the largest among historically black universities. Its campus consists of historic buildings, including the Carnegie Library. It is home to more than 100 student organizations and an active Greek scene. Its football and basketball games are well-attended; with its students cheering on the Rattlers. Notable FAMU alumni include sportscaster Pam Oliver and singer K. Michelle. FAMU, with its wide range of programs and opportunities, is a college that's great value for money.