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FIU is a “Great College to Work For." Come celebrate on Thursday!

FIU is a “Great College to Work For." Come celebrate on Thursday!

On Monday, September 26, President Rosenberg sent the following message to the university community:

September 16, 2019 at 2:05pm

Dear FIU family,

You made it happen again! FIU was named a “Great College to Work For” according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For program!

FIU was recognized for creating an exceptional work environment with Honor Roll status. “Great Colleges to Work For” is one of the largest and most respected workplace-recognition programs in the country, which acknowledges colleges and universities that earn top ratings from their employees on workforce practices and policies. FIU is one of only two universities in the nation and the only one in Florida to earn recognition in all 12 categories of the survey. This is the fifth time we have been recognized and the second time the university received recognition in all 12 categories.

Here is a video about this recognition:

Out of 236 participating institutions this year, FIU is one of 85 that achieved the “Great College to Work For” recognition and one of six large public four-year institutions to make the Honor Roll, which recognizes distinguished institutions for creating exceptional work environments. 

To celebrate, please join us on Thursday, September 19 when doors open at 2:30 p.m. in the GC ballrooms. As we continue to shape the future together, motivational speaker Matt Dunsmoor will lead us in an engaging conversation about tapping into our “why” and unleashing the passion that inspires us and those around us in pursuing excellence.   

We will provide shuttles from BBC and Engineering Center. To RSVP, please click here.

This recognition is only possible because you – our dedicated and hardworking FIU family – make it possible.

Thank you for making our FIU such a great place to work! I look forward to seeing each of you at the celebration this Thursday!



Mark B. Rosenberg