• Doing Things Right, Or Doing The Right Thing?

    Is it hard or is it easy to be a Leader? I wonder if all leaders were willing to be leaders at first, or if it was an accident? Was it fortune, or was it unfortunate? Were Gandhi and Martin Luther King trying to be leaders? When I look at a picture of either of them, they appear to be very quiet people, even shy. What about Mother Theresa, or... Read More
  • FNU President and former Congressman honored at FAPSC Annual Conference

      Hialeah, Florida – July 25, 2012 – Mrs. Maria Cristina Regueiro, Florida National University (FNU) Founder and President, has been awarded the 2012 Administrator of the Year by the prestigious Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges (FAPSC). She received this award at the FAPSC Annual Conference Awards Ceremony at Turnberry Isle Miami on Thursday, July 25, 2012.   The theme of this year’s FAPSC Annual Conference was “going... Read More

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  • Damien Cruz, Cuban Artist Visited Florida National University

    As part of its mission, Florida National University is privileged to enrich the Hispanic community by presenting an extraordinary Cuban artist. Damien Cruz was born and raised in Havana. He currently lives and works in Miami, Florida where he received the honor of being selected by the Florida governor as the featured artist for the 2011 National Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration in Florida. Damien participated in two simultaneous exhibitions at... Read More
  • Join FNU at Milander Park for a Fourth of July Celebration

  • Relay for Life – Basketball Tournament

    This past Saturday, Florida National University participated in their first basketball tournament against the City of Hialeah. The main purpose of the game was to help raise money to support the fight against cancer. The following teams participated in the basketball game: Fire Department, Police Department, General Employees, Parks and Recreation, and FNU. The FNU players gave a valiant effort in front of a cheering crowd of staff and students.... Read More
  • Relay for Life Charity Basketball Game

    The Relay for Life Basketball Game will take place this Saturday, June 9th, 2012. The game will take place at Bucky Dent Basketball Gymnasium located at 2250 West 60th Street, from 12:00pm - 3:30pm. The following are the teams that will partake in the Basketball Game for the City of Hialeah: Fire, Police, General Employees and Parks and Recreation vs. Florida National University staff, faculty, and students. Join us for... Read More
  • Nursing Pinning Ceremony

    The Nursing Pinning Ceremony for the nursing graduates of SOUTH 0412 took place this past May 31st, 2012 at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Hialeah, FL. The nursing graduates were very emotional and full of joy knowing that this was one of their final steps in becoming a Registered Nurse. Nevertheless, they were all aware that this was only the beginning of a long journey ahead of them. They shared... Read More
  • Programs & Academics

    Florida National University, Hialeah, Florida. Florida National University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, baccalaureate, and master degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Florida National University. http://www.sacscoc.org Florida National University is approved for Veterans Training by the State of Florida, Department of Veterans Affairs,... Read More
  • A Change of Mind: Business Communication Course

    I have never been too interested in taking online classes; although, it would have been more convenient, I just felt the interaction with the instructor would be lost. I was of the opinion that taking online classes would be like teaching myself, thus I always felt that it would be better if I had someone explaining things to me face to face than just communicating through a computer. My perspective... Read More