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    How to Develop and Maintain Good Study Habits

    In February 2019, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued an order intended to put an end to the Common Core State Standards of public education, but the order does not really object to the subject matter of the curriculum as such; instead, it focuses on the extensive use of testing and examinations, which many critics believe…

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    Networking in College: Top 8 Simple Tips and Tricks

    One of the most important times to network and socialize with like-minded peers is during your time at university. It is not dissimilar to making friends, however, if done at random you may not be setting yourself up for amazing opportunities after you graduate. The strongest network is made up of genuine connections. While attending…

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    FNU Tutoring Sessions Spring A

    With the semester now in full swing. We know that the more studying you do the better chance you have of making the most out of the courses you are taking. Which is why we at FNU are offering tutoring for subjects such as mathematics & statistics, Physics, Chemistry, English and Psychology just to name…

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    What do Radiologic Technologist do and What is Their Annual Salary?

    The healthcare field in general is growing at a much faster pace than most industries and with a technology-based degree you can ensure that your position will be well paid. The short, quick answer to the salary question for radiographers, aka, “rad techs,” is that the U.S. official Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the…

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    Which Healthcare Career is Right for Me?

    Short Certificate Programs The medical career is growing at a much faster pace than most other industries and qualified employees are scarce and valuable. Florida National University understands this and caters to a demographic that wishes to enter or continue to grow in the health care field. A certificate in Patient Care can answer all…

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    FNU MEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM LISTS A TOUGH LOSS AT EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE

    Jacksonville Fla. – Florida National University Men’s basketball team defeated against Edwart Waters College on Saturday 85 x 81 in a Men’s Basketball contest Saturday evening at the Adams-Jenkins Complex. The Tigers came out of the gate slowly and trailed the visiting Conquistadors by 10 points at 28-18 with 8:24 remaining in the first half.…

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    Seminar Schedule – December

    Seminars Date Location Time Fee CPR 12/07/2018 Hialeah Campus 9:00 am – 11:00 am $25 OSHA- HIV 12/07/2018 Hialeah Campus 11:15 am – 12:15 pm $25 Domestic Violence 12/07/2018 Hialeah Campus 12:15 pm – 1:40 pm $25 Prevention Medical Errors 12/07/2018 Hialeah Campus 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm $35 Domestic Violence 12/07/2018 Hialeah campus 4:00…

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    Thanksgiving Reading Recommendations from the Library’s Book Club!

    Gobble Up with a Good Book! Once we talked about books we read, and we learned it happens to the best of us. The weekend before classes started, we just finished the book that was picked up three weeks ago. Upon closing the book, it comes the new dilemma – what to read next. In…

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    FERNANDO VALENZUELA AWARDED AS USCAA 2018 COACH OF THE YEAR

    Florida National University Head Men’s Soccer Coach Fernando Valenzuela capped off a stellar 2017 season last year by going undefeated the whole season and winning the USCAA national championship for the first time in school history. Back then he said that was one of the best teams he had been associated with. But as if…

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    Hope Looms High as Conquistadors begin National Tournament

    With the 2018 USCAA Fall Championships kicking off in Virginia Beach, the Florida National University Conquistadors are being represented by two teams, each with a unique story to tell. The Men’s Soccer team is coming off a deep tournament run that was capitalized by the first national championship in school history. After basking in that…