• Man and two women sitting down looking at a computer. How to Choose the Right Career for You

    How to Choose the Right Career for You

    As the Internet Age and the increasingly globalized economy enable the emergence of new career fields, job possibilities are greater than ever before, and many people are opting to explore new professional avenues. When deciding on a career path or switching professional fields, it is important to know what you want and what you don’t…

  • Hour Glass with pink sand. How to Avoid Procrastination

    How to Avoid Procrastination

    Most students have suffered the pain and perils of procrastination and yet, they continue to repeat this behavior. So, where does procrastination stem from and how can students beat it? Florida National University (FNU) decided to take a closer look at procrastination, while also considering a few tips to avoid it. What is Procrastination? Procrastination…

  • Top 10 Skills every Psychologist needs. Contact FNU at 305-821-3333 for more information!

    Top 10 Skills Every Psychologist Needs

    Being a psychologist can be a rewarding, but challenging field. A psychologist requires a diverse set of skills and traits to be successful in their line of work and improve outcomes for their clients. Here are 10 skills every psychologist should have.   1. Communication Communication is important in any field but in psychology, it…

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    UPDATED: FNU Goes Virtual 11/17

    FNU will maintain Virtual Learning for the remainder of the Fall B term. In an abundance of caution, we want to make certain that our Faculty, Staff, and Students remain healthy and safe. Faculty and Students will remain at home and meet virtually using the BlackBoard platform during their regularly scheduled class times. Campus offices…

  • 7 Tips for International Students Considering Studying in the US. Contact FNU today for more information!

    7 Tips for International Students Considering Studying in the US

    The thought of leaving high school behind and moving on to other adventures fills the hearts of most soon-to-be graduates with both giddiness and trepidation. This is particularly true for international students. On the one hand, these students know studying abroad will expand their horizons in ways they can’t even begin to imagine. On the…

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    Thank You, Veterans

    Today, November 11, 2021, we celebrate the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans. Contrary to popular belief, Veterans Day and Memorial Day are not the same. Formerly known as Armistice Day, Veterans Day was created as a holiday to celebrate the end of WWI, and later in 1938, legislation was passed on November…

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    FNU Will Open Tuesday 11-10-2020

    FNU will resume all class schedules and work tomorrow Tuesday 11-10-2020. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact any of our campuses.   Hialeah – (305) 821-3333 South Campus – (305) 226-9999

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    FNU has cancelled classes on Monday, 11-09-2020 and the Campuses are closed

    STUDENTS: Due to the expected unfavorable weather conditions associated with Tropical Storm Eta, FNU has canceled classes on Monday, 11-09-2020. This includes on Campus, Online, and Athletic events. As of now, FNU will be operating as regularly scheduled on Tuesday 11-10-2020. FNU will continue to monitor Tropical Storm Eta. If conditions change, an update for…

  • psychology club introduction

    Big Welcome to FNU’s 2020 Psychology Club

                       Isabel Cruz                                     Joaquin Puebla                           Lenier De Verona                President     …

  • Annette Dominguez - FNU Volleyball Player

    Student-Athlete Finds Success Both On and Off the Court

    The balancing act that occurs within the life of a student-athlete is one that takes great patient and mental fortitude. For Annette Dominguez, the adversities have been handled with the same grace of a perfectly executed volleyball spike. We caught up with Annette so she could tell us about her experience at FNU, her life…