South Florida Business Journal Adds Florida National University to its Top 100 Private Companies List

University’s Continued Growth Results in Placement on Prestigious List

We will work smart and hard to improve our SFBJ ranking, and will continue contributing and enriching our community.

Hialeah, FL (PRWEB) August 30, 2013

Florida National University (FNU) was recently recognized as one of the Top 100
Private Companies of 2013 by the South Florida Business Journal (SFBJ). Honored at a private reception, FNU made this prestigious list among thirty other new companies, and received a commemorative plaque. This year’s SFBJ annual Top 100 private companies list was published on the July 19, 2013 issue.

Each year, the South Florida Business Journal publishes a list of businesses headquartered in South Florida whose total revenue has increased significantly from the year prior. “We are honored to have been chosen as one of the SFBJ Top 100 Private Companies in South Florida,” says Florida National University’s President, Mrs. Maria Cristina Regueiro. “We will work smart and hard to improve our SFBJ ranking, and will continue contributing and enriching our community.” Florida National University currently holds the 77th slot in this list.

Established in 1982, Florida National University (FNU) is a postsecondary institution that is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, and master degrees.


The purpose of Florida National University is to contribute to the education of a population of diverse, presently predominantly Hispanic, cultures. The University realizes this mission through the employment and development of a faculty of scholars who are proficient in the art of teaching. The University strives to prepare the students for employment in their chosen career or advanced studies through the acquisition of the required skills and knowledge needed for the successful completion of the program of studies.

Florida National University strives to provide the educational facilities and resources that support intensive sessions of study in small classes, in order to foster in the student the attainment of a quality university education according to the student’s personal goals, and the advancement of modern technology.

Furthermore, Florida National University provides educational and cultural programs intended to enrich the community it serves.


For more information or to schedule an interview concerning FNU’s placement on this prestigious list, please contact Jose Alonso by calling (305) 821-3333 or emailing jalonso(at)fnu(dot)edu.

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