Florida National University highly emphasizes pro-active prevention and the education of faculty, staff, and students as a means to minimize hazards and behaviors that can lead to injuries, or hamper the effectiveness of response efforts associated with man made emergencies or natural disasters. However, in as much as critical incidents may occur despite all efforts to prevent or curtail them FNU has developed plans designed to prepare for, respond to, contain, mitigate, and recover from emergencies or critical incidents that may impact FNU. These procedures and policies are intended to reflect the basic response individuals should take in the most common emergencies likely to be experienced at FNU and to define the management model to be employed when FNU must respond to major emergencies of all types. In responding to major emergencies, priority will always be placed on preventing or minimizing harm or injury to individuals, minimizing damage to FNU assets, and restoring normal operations in the shortest possible time frame.

Working in direct collaboration with the Upper Administration and Campus Deans, Student Services serves to maintain a safe and reputable environment for its students, faculty, staff and alumni. The Department of Student Services enforces all University Policies and offers trainings and drills on various emergency plans, some of the following are below:

  • Student ID enforcement
  • Fire Drills
  • Incident Reports
  • Crime Reports
  • Annual Security Report
  • Active Shooter
  • Emergency Weather Response
  • Clery Act/SAVE/VAWA/Title IX

For more detailed information on specific response actions, please refer to Florida National University’s Emergency Response Procedures that are location on the FNU Website under Publications. Below is the direct link to the publications link where the Emergency Response Procedures can be found:

Florida National University Publications


Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, formerly, publishes the Annual Campus Security and Crime Report in order to provide all FNU all stakeholders and the community with statistics about crime statistics in campus and its geographical area of inherence as stated in the regulations on the Clery Act.

Annual Security Reports

For any question related to this matter, you may refer to FNU Campus Deans or the Student Services office at:

Hialeah Campus & Training Center

Hialeah Campus
4425 West 20th Avenue
Hialeah, Florida 33012
Phone: (305) 821-3333

Campus Dean ext. 1015
Assistant Dean’s ext. 1044, 1009 & 1164
Student Services ext. 1113

Training Center
4206 West 12th Avenue
Hialeah, Florida 33012
Phone: (305) 231-3326

Phone: (305) 821-3333
Campus Dean ext. 1028


South Campus

11865 Southwest 26th Street Suite H3
Miami, Florida 33175
Phone: (305) 226-9999
Campus Dean ext. 1309
Assistant Dean ext. 1339
Assistant Dean ext. 1373
Student Services ext. 1372

Online Campus

4425 West 20th Avenue
Hialeah, Florida 33012
Phone: (305) 821-3333

Online Director ext. 1066


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