Advisor for: Football (Defense), Men’s & Women’s Tennis
D’Wayne Robinson came to joined the Florida State Athletic Academic Support staff in 2004 as a counselor for the Defensive Football players and the Men’s & Women’s Tennis teams. He brings 10 years of teaching, counseling and administrative experience to the FSU program. Robinson’s duties include monitoring academic eligibility, advisement and assisting in the recruitment of all prospective student athletes. Prior to his appointment at FSU, Robinson served as Assistant Athletics Director for Internal Operations and Head Golf Coach at Alcorn State University. He has also done extensive work in community and youth development while serving as a teacher and Director of the Educational Opportunities and Scholarship Program at Chicago H.S. for Agricultural Sciences in Chicago, Illinois. As director, he developed and implemented several programs that supported career aspirations of under privileged youth. A native of Mississippi, Robinson received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Tougaloo College in 1989. He did further studies at the University of Illinois-Chicago in Public Health and later received his Master of Education degree from Alcorn State. A member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletes (N4A), Robinson is working towards his Ph.D. in higher education at FSU.