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    Ways FNU Helps Thank Veterans for Their Service

    Florida National University (FNU) honors veterans by offering them the opportunity to earn a college degree at a reduced rate. These reduced rates not only apply to military personnel, but also to their family members, and it doesn’t matter if the military workers are on active duty or on reserve. It’s also applicable to members … Continued

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    10 Ways to Manage Your Online University Classes While Working Full-Time

    Working a full-time job and studying online isn’t as easy as you might think. In fact, it is just as demanding as if you were taking courses in a traditional classroom. Taking online courses requires a certain amount of discipline that’s not needed as much when you’re in the classroom. Florida National University (FNU) has … Continued

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    How You Can Make a Positive Difference on World Refugee Day

    Many people may not even be aware that World Refugee Day exists, much less understand what it means and how it came to be. On December 4, 2000, the United Nations (UN) General Assembly report embraced the resolution 55/76 that highlighted the importance of caring and aiding refugees. It declared that June 20 would be … Continued




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    What Memorial Day Means to FNU

    Sadly, Memorial Day might be looked at as just another holiday and a day off from work or school, for some people, but it’s so much more than that. Memorial Day is a federal holiday that honors all of the soldiers who fought and died while serving in the armed forces. Originally it was recognized … Continued

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    What Martin Luther King Jr. Accomplished for Minorities

    According to CBS News, 44% of the United States (US) population is part of the minority race. They further reported their findings referencing the US Census Report that 50% of Americans under the age of five are minorities. Ten years ago, that wasn’t the case. Then, only 33% represented the minority race. Historically speaking, non-minorities … Continued

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    Guide to Perks Behind Studying in South Florida

    Few people need convincing when it comes to why one ought to study in South Florida. The state of Florida alone is ranked as one of the top places where people vacation. It is no wonder that one might consider pursing an education in Florida. Yet for some, South Florida especially appeals to some college … Continued

  • 7 Ways the College Landscape Is Changing in South Florida and Beyond

    It’s not a secret that education is different today than it was 50—or even five—years ago. That is because it is constantly evolving along with the demand for an improved learning experience. As technology continues to progress at an alarming rate, the education field has no choice but to keep up! In doing so, education, … Continued

  • FNU’s PTA Program Faculty Conducts Ergonomics Workshop for Respiratory Therapy Students

    On Tuesday, August 4, 2015, the Physical Therapist Assistant program faculty from Florida National University (FNU) held a Body Mechanics and Ergonomics workshop for FNU’s Respiratory Therapy (RT) students. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Kelly Krenkel, PTA Program Director and her staff. RT students who attended the workshop were instructed on how to … 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