FAMU is asking for the community's help to find a new permanent president.
Thursday night at 7:00 o'clock at the Walker Ford Community Center the university will host a special public forum to gather in the community's input on who should be the next top Rattler.
Interim President Castell Bryant, who's gotten the university back in the black, says she does not want the permanent position.
"Because FAMU does a lot of catering to the community it's important that they have a voice in it to. A lot of folks in Tallahassee have graduated from FAMU," says Monique Gillum with FAMU's Student Government Association.