Femi Adigun

By Victoria Williams
From studying in the Lincoln Park library to being featured in Billboard and performing at Lollapalooza, Femi Adigun has kept DePaul’s mission close to his heart. Now known as “Femdot,” he majored in Biological Sciences and minored in Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies. 
During his academic career at DePaul, he was shaped by many of his professors in both the College of Science and Health and the African and Black Diaspora Department. 
“My calculus professor Dr. Bridgett Tenner was amazing. Before I got to DePaul, I really struggled in calculus. She was able to break the material down in a way that I understood. And my epidemiology professor Dr. Molina, let me think artistically in class. I have a really unique way of remembering things and she didn’t limit that.”

Musician as Femdot

BS Biological Sciences 2018

“The Career Center is a great resource available to help students with their next steps.”

As the son of Nigerian immigrants, perseverance, sacrifice, and focus positively influenced his DePaul experience. Motivated to assist DePaul students with financial need, Femdot launched the Delacreme Scholarship Program named after his album Delacreme 2. He utilized social media and partnered with the Black Student Union to market the scholarships. Being a resource to current students is a mission of Femdot’s, as he strives to continue to expand his scholarship program.