• Electricity Kite

    June 15 is Fly-A-Kite Day

    Fly-a-Kite Day Many people at FNU are passionate about science and math. In the current years, the buzzword in the field of education is STEM. Furthermore, the art and design have become increasingly important, and as people realized the intricate interplay between the arts and the sciences, the “A” for art had been added to … Continued

  • FNU Graduation

    FNU Student Proves Determination has no Age

    “My experience at college, will help me to have a better future. In August of 2017, I began preparing for the entrance exam, the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (P.E.R.T). After studying enough, I presented myself at the school where I took the Math, Reading and Writing exams. I passed the Math test, but not the … Continued

  • Dr. Jose Regueiro Building Library

    Highlights of the New FNU Library

    Highlights of the new FNU Library The concept of the design of new FNU Library’s physical spaces provides various opportunities for the renewal of the library as a societal institution. The FNU Library moved to the new location – same address, but we are at the Second Floor at the Dr. Jose Regueiro Building. Come … Continued

  • Brandon Torres


    Brandon Torres of the Florida National University Conquistadors is the USCAA Baseball Pitcher of the Week. Although he’s a second baseman by trade, Torres stepped up when his team needed him the most when they faced off against the Saints of St. Joseph Vermont. With FNU down 8-2, Torres stepped on the mound and delivered … Continued

  • FNU April Poetry Month. Person poses with notebook and pen on grass.

    Celebrating National Poetry Month

    Twenty-two years ago, the National Poetry Month had been born under the umbrella of the Academy of American Poets. Over the years, it had been supported by national media, schools, churches, hospitals, corporations, foundations, libraries, and countless poetry admires. The National Poetry Month generated priceless media coverage for poets and poetry in national newspapers and … Continued

  • Close up photo of oranges on a table

    Celebrating Health and Nutrition Month

    In Florida, beyond the beaches, theme parks, and condo districts there are the farms, ranches, and greenhouses. Florida is more famous for tourism, but not everybody knows that we are living in an agricultural state that is rated second in the nation. Florida is the nation’s top producer of oranges, sugar cane, sweet corn, and … Continued

  • Baseball Players


    THOMASVILLE, Ga. (March 26, 2018) – Thomas University baseball defeated Florida National, 20-7, in game one on Friday afternoon. TU won the second game, 3-2, and in the final game of the series TU down FNU 12-2, the Conquistadors are now 9-18 overall this season. Game 1: FNU came out strong and scored three … Continued

  • National Championship logo

    Road to Nationals

    Florida National Men’s Basketball Head to Pennsylvania for the USCAA Basketball National Tournament   The #1 nationally ranked “Conquistadors” representing Florida National University out of Miami. FL, are on the road heading for Uniontown, Pennsylvania, home of the 2018 USCAA National Basketball Tournament this year. They come into the tournament as strong contenders after … Continued


    Hialeah, Fla. (Feb.15, 2018) – The Florida National University, men’s basketball team, heads out this Friday to Florida College for their final game of the season before the national tournament begins on February 26th – March 3rd. The game will take place in Conn Gymnasium; tipoff is at 4:00 pm on February 17TH.  Florida National … Continued

  • Florida National University Storm Past SUNY Delhi

    Hialeah, Fla. (Jan. 06, 2018) – The Beach Bash Classic continued to roll onwards at Bucky Dent Gymnasium when the FNU Conquistadors faced off against the SUNY Delhi Broncos. The Conquistadors controlled the momentum from the onset shooting 61 percent from the field and leading at halftime 51-44. Thanks to the hot shooting from Christopher Hall … Continued