• What are the Pros and Cons of Taking Online Classes?

    Overall, having the option to earn a college education online offers aspiring college students the opportunity to improve or enhance their career and possibly further their future. These days, taking online college courses is part of a student’s regular curriculum. Whether you chose to enroll in college and earn your college degree part time or … Continued

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    International Student? Try These Clubs to Network in South Florida

    It can be said that nothing is more awkward than being in an unfamiliar environment and it’s safe to say that the experience of an international student isn’t any different! You may feel like a fish out of water, but anyone who is willing to venture outside of his or her comfort zone to pursue … Continued

  • Volunteering: The Best Alternative to Summer Internships

    While students, professionals and universities understand the value of an educational internship, it is not always a feasible option for students. Often, time constraints and the competitive nature of summer internships can make attaining one a difficult feat. The best alternative to a summer internship is to become a volunteer. Why Volunteer? Although volunteering does … Continued

  • 2010 Homecoming Theme Announced!

    The results are in! Officers and Representatives of the South Campus SGA counted the remaining ballots during Wednesday’s weekly meeting. Students from both the Hialeah and the South Campuses voted on the theme for the 2010 Homecoming Dance. It was a close race with only 9 votes separating “A Night in Paris” and “Masquerade Ball.” … Continued

  • Room to Grow

    I’m a big believer in personal empowerment. I feel we humans have limitless potential, although we don’t always see it in ourselves, or each other. Believing is often the first hurdle. Empowerment usually requires two believers, yourself and someone who believes in you. That is where a good mentor comes in. I’ve had some wonderful … Continued

  • Florida National University has a new Library Director!

    As of last week, the FNU Library has a new face – Aleksandra Pitner, our new Library Director. Aleksandra will lead the team of librarians at both the Hialeah Library and the South Campus Resource Room. She is excited to be a part of Florida National University family! Aleksandra says “the library is more than … Continued

  • Welcome Back Students!

    The Office of Student Services is thrilled that you’ve taken the time to check out the FNU Blog . Blogging is the fastest and easiest way for Student Services to keep you abreast of current events and information. Let me show you around. You will notice a number of tabs at the top of the … Continued

  • Can You Build a Better Graduation?

    College graduation is one of the proudest moments in your life. It should also be one of your happiest. You can help make it that way, and gain some valuable experience for your resume. As the Office of Student Services starts preparations for our next graduation, we invite you to participate in FNU’s first student … Continued

  • ¿Puede Usted contribuir con una mejor Graduación?

    Su graduación de College será uno de los momentos de mayor orgullo de su vida. También será un de los mas felices. Usted puede ayudar a realizarlo, y ganar valiosa experiencia para su resume. La Oficina de Servicios Estudiantiles al comenzar con los preparativos para la próxima graduación, le invita a participar en el primer … Continued

  • Support through Student Organizations

    Although Florida National University has traditionally served as an urban commuter college since its inception, we recognize the importance of providing our students with more than just a bare bones academic experience. According to our mission statement, FNU “strives to prepare the students for employment in their chosen career or advanced studies through the acquisition … Continued