• FNU New Building

    Find the New You at FNU!

    FNU is calling! If you’re searching for the right University for you, plan a campus visit and get a sense of what separates Florida National University from the competition. In the heart of Hialeah, walk through the halls that have produced great professionals from all different careers such as Nursing, Business, Physical Therapy and Law. … Continued

  • Black History Month Books at the FNU Library

    Library Equals A Stronger Community

    This past Friday, the President of American Library Association visited Miami-Dade County, the North Miami Library. Her name is Loida Garcia Febo. Loida Garcia-Fego is a Puerto Rican American Librarian. Garcia-Febo is the President of Information New Wave, an international charity seeking to enhance the education of minority groups in the USA and in developing … Continued

  • Meant to Last Together Book Signing Flyer

    Meant to Last Together Book Signing

    We at Florida National University are happy to announce that we will be hosting a book signing for Dr. Maritza Montano’s new book titled “Meant to Last Together” on February 11th from 7-8:00pm. The event will take place at our library which is located on the second floor of our Dr. Jose Regueiro Building. “Meant … Continued

  • Photo of Mr. Louis J. Celli During his Keynote FNU Speech

    “Be a Student of Life” Mr. Louis J. Celli’s FNU Keynote Speech

    Graduation like many other achievements in one’s life is a benchmark that graduates and family members alike keep and reflect on as they progress onwards in life. Those sentiments are never more apparent than in the words spoken by keynote speaker Mr. Louis J. Celli. We at Florida National University had the great pleasure of having … Continued

  • Happy New Year Banner

    A New Year: Essay of Time and Life

    Many of us noticed that time runs fast. In South Florida, seasons’ celebrations are connected to all conditions and stimulation of our unique environment throughout the year. How do we keep track of time? Do we measure it out in coffee shots? Or because the daylight changes of when we leave the work… Now, the … Continued

  • Top University in Florida for International Students

    The International Student website has stated Florida is the top location for students to come and earn a college education. In fact, Florida is ranked #6 for having the most international students in the country. The 2010 Open Door report supported this by reporting there are approximately 30,000 international students who are studying in the … Continued

  • Graduate Certificate Program in Miami: How to Get Started

    There are many working professionals who desire to attain a higher level of education, but may not have the time to commit to a full master’s degree program. The administrators at Florida National University (FNU), a regionally accredited educational institution based in the South Florida area, understand this all too well, which is why we … Continued

  • Leading Dental Laboratory Degree Program in Florida

    Many aspiring college students may still be deciding what kind of degree program to enroll in. Becoming a doctor or surgeon seems to be an iconic and prestigious profession to pursue. However, such professions might not be everyone’s career choice. Yet, there still might be a passion to pursue a career that’s geared toward helping … Continued

  • The History of Florida National University

    When it comes to choosing a university to enroll in, there’s nothing like a good story to put a face behind a name giving you a better understanding of the history of a school and something to tell your children about. In turn, you’re giving them something to be proud of as they may consider … Continued

  • 5 Things About Accredited Florida Universities You May Not Have Known

    1.The United States Federal Government does not accredit universities. This might be one of the biggest shocks that may confuse prospective students who are looking for the right college to attend. It true though. The United States (US) government has no control over what school gets accredited and which one does not. This is left … Continued