• Is An Online College Degree Worth It?

    Can’t advance in your career? Looking to improve your life through completing a college education? Don’t have the time to take a full course load or go to a traditional campus-based university? Finding the Right Solution Often these questions can be daunting if you don’t have the right solution. And many potential students give up when they realize that the alternatives to getting a college degree ARE often not enough... Read More
  • Service Projects and Education: A Rewarding Combination

    Service in education has been a longstanding tradition in the university experience. Service projects not only help students acquire practical skills and career experience, but they also help organizations and individuals in the community. This serves to further strengthen the bond between university and community, as well as between individuals. Additionally, providing service enhances students’ world view, increases empathy, and provides unique experiences. The service aspect of an education should... Read More
  • What it Takes to Launch a Career in Business

    In an increasingly corporate world there is a high demand for people with a good mind for finance, accounting and business administration. Businesses rely on these professionals to analyze investments and holdings and provide profitable solutions to economic problems and business situations. Although financiers, accountants, and business administrators all carve out a unique niche of the market, the amount of overlap is considerable. A degree in any of these fields... Read More
  • Associate of Arts in Education

    There are few careers as personally fulfilling or as important to the future as one in Education. Within the field of Education there are many different paths to pursue, depending on the academic level where one will teach and even the subject that one will teach. While the paths may be different for each specialty, one of the most advisable beginnings is an Associate of Arts in Education. Florida National... Read More
  • Florida National University’s Office of Student Services is Ready to Serve You

    Getting accepted to a university can be one of the most exciting times of one’s life. Parents and friends offer congratulations and support in abundance, but few mention the challenges that are involved. Getting an acceptance letter is just the beginning of a difficult path with many obstacles along the way. In a study of a national class of students entering four-year programs in 1997, after six years, fewer than... Read More
  • Why is Community Service Important?

    Community Service Has a Number of Important Benefits Engaging in community service provides students with the opportunity to become active members of their community which has a lasting, positive impact on society at large. Community service or volunteerism enables students to acquire life skills, as well as provide a service to those who need it most. These are some of the common benefits of participating in a community service program:... Read More
  • Meet Mr. Daniel Diaz Respiratory Therapist, Entrepreneur and Florida National University Graduate

    [caption id="attachment_8830" align="alignleft" width="300"] Mr. Daniel Diaz - Florida National University Graduate[/caption] In 2010, Daniel Diaz and two other high school friends started the Tropical Smoothies business at Florida International University's Modesto Maidique's campus. Danny is also a real estate investment entrepreneur who, in view of the housing and financial crisis, decided to "have a plan B." He enrolled in the respiratory therapy program at Florida National University and graduated... Read More
  • Florida National University Graduate performs on The Voice

    Go Monique! Watch Florida National University Graduate Ms. Monique Abbadie perform "Loca" on The Voice.
  • To All FNU Students, Faculty and Staff: Important Notice!

    If you’re using Internet Explorer 10 (“IE10”) or Firefox to log into https://my.fnu.edu/ (the Student Portal) you may not be able to see your information. Last week, Microsoft launched Internet Explorer 10 and it has created a conflict with https://my.fnu.edu/ For now, please log into the portal using either Internet Explorer 9 or Google Chrome. You can get Google Chrome here https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/browser/?hl=en&brand=CHMI We apologize for any inconvenience this may have... Read More
  • Florida National University Attends United Cerebral Palsy Luncheon

    On Friday, March 15, 2013, Florida National University’s (FNU) Allied Health Division Head, Dr. Loreto Almonte, and Respiratory Therapy Program Director, Mr. Jose Lammoglia, attended a luncheon to raise awareness for Cerebral Palsy. The invitation to the luncheon was extended to FNU by Ms. Carol Montiel, RN, MS Director of Golden Glades Facility for Cerebral Palsy.   The “Chef’s Table” luncheon which was held in the kitchen of the Hyatt... Read More