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How to Join FNU

Joining the FNU family is easy. Simply fill out a request form and you’ll be contacted by one of our friendly admissions representatives for an admissions phone interview. After this, you’ll submit an application (for free) before scheduling a one-on-one session with an academic advisor. The next step is completing FAFSA and meeting with a financial aid advisor to determine what grants, loans and scholarships you’re eligible for. Athletes will register for NAIA eligibility at this point. From there, you just need to register for classes and you’re all set. It’s easy and we’ll be there to assist at every step.

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Inside FNU

At FNU, we believe everyone should have access to higher education to improve their lives and the lives of their families. From athletics to academics, everything we do is focused on you, the student, to ensure you have a rich and fulfilling college experience. Small class sizes, personalized attention and an emphasis on celebrating diversity make FNU so much more than a university – we’re a community.

Yelisa Rivero | MSN-FNP Program

I am an MSN-FNP student in the nursing department at FNU. I was originally interested in increasing my knowledge of Advance Practice, so I applied for the FNP program. I was so…

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Fernando Wong | MSN-FNP Program

I stumbled upon the MSN-FNP program at Florida National University because I needed a program that was fully asynchronous due to my full-time job. Since this was my first foray into in-person…

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Mayrelis Bada | MSN-FNP Program

When I entered the FNP program, I had two small children and many family obligations. Going back to school in a full-time, accelerated program after being out in the working world was…

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Lisuan Morales R.T.(R)(CT)(ARRT)

I worked 2 jobs and still managed to finish my Associates of Science in Radiology in under 2 years due to FNU’s flexible schedule. I enjoyed the whole process. I thank my…

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Jessica Hourruitiner

I was born in Havana, Cuba, and moved to the USA in 1999, at the age of seven. My family had no choice but to leave. My parents wanted a better life…

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Joselin Betancourt

My name is Joselin Betancourt and I just graduated from the master’s program in Health Service Administration at FNU. Since I started doing my associates, I started using university resources such as…

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Mark Sanchez

My name is Mark Sanchez, I’m currently enrolled in the BSN program. This is my third semester and I ended up here after getting out of high school. I was doing my…

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Frankie Sampedro

My time at Florida National University began when I was just three years old when I became a student at Little Angels Children Development Center. During my time there, I learned basic…

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Richard Perez

My name is Richard Perez, I am in the BSN Program. I’m an older student who decided to come back to pursue my dream as a nurse. I used to be a…

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Gretel Aviles

As a BSN graduate from FNU in 2019, I decided to continue pursuing an MSN degree in 2020. This has given me numerous opportunities as a nurse. FNU has provided me with…

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In accordance with appropriate regulations, Florida National University is approved for Veterans Training by the State of Florida, Department of Veterans Affairs, Bay Pines, Florida 33744, (727) 319-7402. http://www.floridavets.org. As a result, the university is authorized to receive veterans educational benefit funds.