• 8 Benefits of Being an FNU Alumni

    Florida National University (FNU) takes pride in contributing education to an array of multi-ethnic cultures. An FNU Alumni can take pride in knowing that they are a part of a distinguished fraternity of educated graduates that extends its knowledge beyond the campus and into the community, thus creating a harmonious circle of encouragement, enlightenment, and teaching. Our campuses are located in the heart of South Florida. FNU’s first campus was... Read More
  • 7 Medical Careers That Are In Demand (And Don’t Require Med School!)

    Medical school is a long-term commitment that requires additional schooling, resources, and time. While a number of students are interested in making their mark on the medical field, not all students have the financial resources or time available to enter medical school. Furthermore, high competition can make it difficult for some students to enter these schools. While medical school is a highly respectable option for professionals to pursue, some students... Read More
  • Dual Enrollment: Get Ahead of the Competition

    It seems uncommon for many of today’s students to truly understand the value of education at an early age. That’s why students who enroll in dual enrollment programs are often considered extraordinary individuals with a bright mind. They are committed to scholastic excellence, which can be a determiner of future success. Students who are looking for tangible ways to get—and stay—ahead of the competition after high school graduation are opting... Read More
  • FNU RT Students Attend Lung Force Expo

    [caption id="attachment_15384" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Left to right: Ms. Rossana Feliz and Ms. Dayana Pérez, FNU Students; Ms. Mikki Thompson, Director of Pulmonary Services, South Miami Hospital; Jose Antonio Lammoglia FNU Respiratory Therapy Department Head; Ms. Aracelis Barona, FNU Student.[/caption] Florida National University (FNU) Respiratory Therapy Students recently attended the Lung Force Expo held in the Signature Grand in Davie, Florida. FNU students and their professor were invited to attend the... Read More
  • Blackboard Mobile app

    FNU has Blackboard Mobile Learn available for students and faculty. Now you can download the app to gain access to your grades, push notifications, and tests at no cost! Thanks to Florida National University Receive mobile updates about your courses, access assignments, tests, and quizzes, and view your course and assignment grades. You have two options: Bb Student Receive mobile updates about your courses, access assignments, tests, and quizzes, and... Read More
  • Lady Conquistadors pick up two wins in Mt. Vernon Georgia

    After a slow start to the season the Lady Conquistador volleyball team has rebounded nicely by taking two out of three games in the Brewton Parker Volleyball Classic in Mt. Vernon Georgia. In the first game, the Lady Conquistadors were defeated by NCAA D2 and defending SIAC champion, Claflin College. After taking the first match 25-22, they came up short in the second match 19-25 and lost the tie-breaker match... Read More
  • Historical Weekend for Florida National Athletics

    History was made this weekend as two teams made their athletic debuts. The Women’s volleyball team, under the direction of Carlos Huaroto-Luque played in a tri-match at Ave Maria University on Saturday. The Men’s soccer team, led by Joao Garcia, got their season started Sunday against Florida Memorial University. Volleyball In the volleyball game the Lady Conquistadors had a tall task in the first match going against perineal NAIA D1... Read More
  • FNU Respiratory Therapy Students Attend COPD Seminar

      On Tuesday, August 11, 2015, Florida National University (FNU) Respiratory Therapy Students had the privilege to attend a lecture given by Dr. Jospeh M. Chalil, MD, MBA, FACHE. Dr. Chalil conducted two presentations. The first lecture discussed the features and benefits of Respimat, an aerosol delivery system that does not require patient effort. This session was followed by a review on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and the gold... Read More
  • FNU’s PTA Program Faculty Conducts Ergonomics Workshop for Respiratory Therapy Students

      On Tuesday, August 4, 2015, the Physical Therapist Assistant program faculty from Florida National University (FNU) held a Body Mechanics and Ergonomics workshop for FNU’s Respiratory Therapy (RT) students. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Kelly Krenkel, PTA Program Director and her staff. RT students who attended the workshop were instructed on how to safely move patients and avoid injuries to themselves and to their patients.   In addition,... Read More
  • 6 Signs Higher Education is Right for You

    There are a lot of questions that potential students wrestle with prior to entering higher education courses. That is why Florida National University (FNU) has detailed some of the most obvious signs that a prospective student is ready to take on the responsibility of learning in a higher education establishment. The following are an indication that it might be time to move forward with your education: You Are Independent Younger... Read More