• Florida National University Joins the Lambda Nu Zeta National Honor Society

    The Florida Chapter of the Lambda Nu Zeta National Honor Society for the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences held an Information Session at Florida National University’s Hialeah Campus on Thursday February 7, 2013 at 5:00 pm. The session was held for all students who qualify to participate in this prestigious organization. The honor society is an…

  • Orlando Rivero, D.B.A. – A Florida National University Success Story

    Florida National University recently caught up with Orlando Rivero, D.B.A. a Class of ’89 graduate. He was kind enough to take some time away from his busy schedule to participate in a brief question and answer session. Where were you born?  I was…

  • 9/11 GI Bill Tuition and Fee Benefit Increases

    In July of 2008 the Post-9/11 GI Bill was signed into law, creating a new robust education benefits program rivaling the WWII Era GI Bill of Rights. The new Post 9/11 GI Bill provides education benefits for servicemembers who have served on active duty for 90 or more days since Sept. 10, 2001. These benefits…

  • A Little Girl’s Holiday Wish Comes True

    During this holiday season, Florida National University (FNU) participated in the Adopt A Classroom Toy Drive. The objective was to provide toys to young children from low income families. This year, Florida National University adopted a preschool classroom at Centro Mater West Child Care located in Hialeah Gardens, Florida. FNU’s Student Services asked each department…

  • Join the Growing Healthcare Field as a Dental Technician

    The healthcare field is experiencing rapid growth. Even as the country suffers through a recession, jobs in healthcare continue to multiply.  A medical or dental path is a secure choice for schooling, with a high probability of employment. A highly rewarding and less mainstream dental profession is that of a dental technician.   What is…

  • The Value of an MBA

    The decision to enroll in an MBA program is complicated.  One must weigh the pros and cons, the costs versus benefits.  Would you have to relocate or leave your present job? Do MBA degrees online hold any clout in the business market?  Will earning the degree make you more money? Academia is flooded with MBA…

  • This Thanksgiving Day Tweet Us The Things You Are Thankful For

    Thanksgiving Day is a day set aside to give thanks for the things we are grateful for. It is a day we celebrate with family, friends and neighbors. We share our food and our homes with those who are near and dear to us. Also, we take time to reflect on how fortunate…

  • Tips for Writing College Admissions Essays

    Picking a college is a rite of passage for prospective students.  There is excitement, anticipation, concern, and great expectations.  Whether it is close to home, in a different state, with friends, or independently – students look at what colleges have to offer them, their interests, and their future goals.  No matter the college chosen, all…

  • Florida National University Honors Veterans and Members of the Military by setting “America’s White Table.”

    Based on Margot Theis Raven’s book America’s White Table, Florida National University set a table with a white tablecloth, a black napkin, a plate with a slice of lemon with salt, a turned-over glass, a white candle, and an empty chair as a tribute to all veterans and members of the U.S. Military.  …

  • National Radiology Technology Week (November 5 – 9, 2012)

    On November 8, 1895, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, a German physicist, produced and detected electromagnetic radiations and named them X-Ray (X standing for unknown). By accident, he discovered the possibility of using electromagnetic radiation to create images. This important discovery made it possible to see the inner structure of the body without cutting into the flesh.…