• For Veterans, Use Your GI Bill to Earn a College Degree

    Military recruits typically enlist and serve for one term. They intend to use the military as a starting point rather than pursue as a long-term career. After serving, military personnel return to civilian life and obtain a college education. The GI Bill was designed for military personnel to attend college without paying out of pocket as a reward for their military service. Military Personnel Getting a College Education In searching... Read More
  • How to Choose the Right College

    Choosing a college is one of the pivotal moments in the lives of a student and his or her family. Many families build their dreams and hopes on their child obtaining a solid college education. Students often feel that choosing the right college is extremely confusing. Since there is no set basis for making the decision, it can be overwhelming for the student. How Do I Find the Right College?... Read More
  • How to Prepare for Your College Education

      High school students thinking about college are unsure where to begin. It can seem quite overwhelming, but with a plan in place, the process seems much simpler. Don’t let the thought of college applications overwhelm you all at once; instead, start planning during junior year of high school to make things easier and less complicated. College Checklist for High School Students During junior year of high school, you should... Read More
  • Nursing Pinning Ceremony Honors FNU’s Nursing Graduates

    On Tuesday, September 25, 2012, Florida National University held a Nursing Pinning Ceremony at the Howard Johnson’s Hotel in Hialeah Gardens. Assistant Dean Silvia “Bibi” Borges acted as Mistress of Ceremonies. After welcoming the nurses, their families, and guests, Dean Borges introduced Reverend Jean-Ricot Gay who performed the “Blessing of the Hands”. Shortly after the blessing, Dean Borges introduced Ms. Alicia De Leon-Sanchez, Chief Nursing Officer at Coral Gables Hospital.... Read More
  • FNU Graduate Achievements Highlighted at Fall Commencement Ceremony

    FNU Graduate Achievements Highlighted at FALL Commencement Ceremony By Katherine Concepcion, Distance Learning Advisor, Guest Writer   Florida National University’s FALL 2012 Commencement Ceremony honored the first class of graduating students since the school’s change from college to university. This accolade was celebrated at the James L. Knight Center, one of Miami’s cultural powerhouses. Friends, family, faculty, and staff gathered on Sunday, Sept. 23rd in recognition of the students, many... Read More
  • Work In Progress

    by shivanie16 What does the word Perfect mean in your world? It means something different to everyone, perfect body, perfect family, perfect relationship, perfect blah blah and the list goes on…Wake up!! Honestly NOTHING is ever going to be perfect no matter how much we want it to be. Why do we come down on ourselves so hard when things don’t go as planned? It’s the idea that what we... Read More
  • FNU’s Hialeah Campus Gets a New Sign

    Florida National University recently changed the sign on its Hialeah Campus from Florida National University to Florida National University. Please enjoy this short video presentation. The photos were taken by various FNU Staff members. Watch the video here
  • FNU Students Apply for an ABLE Grant Today

    The Access to Better Learning and Education (ABLE) Grant Program provides tuition assistance to Florida undergraduate students enrolled in degree programs.   Initial Eligibility Requirements to Receive Funding The student will: Be a Florida resident and a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. A student’s residency and citizenship status are determined by the postsecondary institution. Questions regarding such status should be directed to the financial aid office or admissions office of... Read More
  • Resume Clinic Day

    Get assistance reviewing, revising, and updating your resume! Resume Clinic Day Wednesday, September 19, 2012 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. FNU Hialeah Campus Room 226 Bring a resume draft with you, preferably an electronic copy! For additional information please visit the Job Placement Department, Room 144
  • FNU Student Mireysi Cabrera Awarded the Lincoln Díaz-Balart Scholarship

    Recent high school graduate Ms. Mireysi Cabrera was awarded the prestigious Lincoln Díaz-Balart Scholarship. Ms. Cabrera won the scholarship by satisfactorily meeting the scholarship’s requirements. In June of 2012, Ms. Cabrera graduated with a 3.20 GPA from Ebenezer International Christian Academy located in Hialeah, Florida. Prior to attending Ebenezer Academy, Ms. Cabrera attended Miami Springs High School where she was a member of the National Honors Society Club and performed... Read More