• Top 7 Reasons to Return to School in South Florida

    Returning to school is a big decision in a person’s life. You might have taken just a year off or you may have been out of school for decades. Regardless of your current situation, getting back into the habit of learning in an educational institution setting can be equally intimidating. If you need a bit of motivation about why you should return to school, here are a few reasons why... Read More
  • Human Trafficking Symposium – Live Stream

    Watch the Human Trafficking Symposium Live! on LiveStream courtesy of Miami Media School and SportsOvertime.com    
  • Identifying Human Trafficking and What You Can Do to Stop it

    Human Trafficking is becoming a prevalent concern on the global, national, and local level. According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, "Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery, and involves the use of force, fraud, or coercion to exploit human beings for some type of labor or commercial sex purpose. Every year, millions of men, women, and children worldwide—including in the United States—are victims of human trafficking. Victims... Read More
  • FNU Volleyball Signs Latest Lady Conquistador

    On Monday, November 9, 2015, the Florida National University (FNU) Conquistadors Women’s Volleyball Head Coach Carlos Huaroto-Luque signed Raquel Murillo. She will be playing in the 2016 Season. She is from Miami, FL/Mexico. Raquel played for St. Brendan High School and is currently attending Miami Dade College. In high school, she averaged 5 blocks per game, 6 kills per game, and 3 digs per game as a middle blocker and... Read More
  • 7 Rewarding South Florida Careers You Can Land with a BS in Criminal Justice

    When narrowing down your program of study, it’s important to think about what careers would be in store for you after graduation. If you are studying criminal justice, but aren’t sure where this degree can take you, Florida National University (FNU) has created this list just for you. The following are some of the most rewarding careers that you can land with a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice... Read More
  • Conquistadors Open with Dominate Road Performance

    Winning on the road is always a tough task, yet last night the Conquistadors made it look easy by dominating Webber, 102-68. The game was never in doubt as the Conquistadors put up 60 first half points to take a 20 point halftime lead, 60-40. Junior point guard Quantavis Hall set the tone scoring 15 first half points slashing to the basket for lay-ups and converting 4-4 from the free... Read More
  • Continuing Education IRS 2015 Course

  • Radiologic Tech vs. X-Ray Tech: Which is Right for Me?

    When you get to the point in life where you need to decide which courses you might like to take, it can be intimidating. Not only is it a big decision, but also so many of the degree programs sound similar to one another. How do you know which one is the right choice? If you’re considering pursuing an education in radiology or X-Ray reading, you might feel stuck trying... Read More
  • Why Earn My Legal Secretary Career Education Diploma in South Florida?

    South Florida is one of the world’s top-rated destinations, welcoming visitors from all parts of the globe on a year-round basis. The warm climate and constantly growing job market are just some of the many reasons professionals come from out-of-state to get a taste of the South Floridian lifestyle. South Florida: A Growing Region It’s no secret that a growing economy equates to flourishing businesses¾and all businesses are of course... Read More
  • 4 Tips for International Students That Want to Study in the US

    Entering a new country, social atmosphere, culture, and climate can be shocking at first, which is why preparation is always recommended. However, international students also face another trial when entering their studies: an entirely new educational system that differs from the one they grew up learning in. Students who want to study in the United States need to be fully prepared—mentally, emotionally, financially, and with the appropriate forms and documents.... Read More