PICTURED: Dr. Gary Crosby, vice president for student affairs; Franky Smith, director of intramurals program; AAMU President Andrew Hugine, Jr.; and Clayton Gibson, vice president for business and finance.
Things are a lot easier now for the more than 600 students who participate each year in various intramural and recreational activities at Alabama A&M University.
AAMU President Andrew Hugine, Jr., presented intramurals director Franky Smith keys to a 15-passenger 2017 Ford Transit 350 XLT Van.
"We are serious about being student-centered and student-focused," commented Hugine.
Smith said the vehicle will enable the intramurals program to better transport students to such activities as hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing and any of the more than 15 outdoor recreational activities that have made the Wellness Center-based intramurals program so popular.
The vehicle comes equipped with a heavy duty touring package with reverse camera and hauling capabilities. PHOTOS
by Jerome Saintjones