This week, the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to extend the out-of-state tuition fee waiver for students from Puerto Rico […]
Articles by: Eduardo Merille
FIU has been selected to serve as an early voting site. The site will be the Multipurpose Room of the […]
Dear members of the FIU community: Yesterday, the National Transportation Safety Board released an investigative update on the bridge accident […]
Hear president Mark B. Rosenberg’s message to the university and the community in English and in Spanish.
FIU will not rescind admission decisions of incoming students who receive disciplinary action from their high school for participating in […]
Last Thursday evening at a town hall with the Greek community, 16 of the 19 eligible Greek organizations at FIU […]
The university is answering Governor Rick Scott’s call to offer current FIU students from Puerto Rico who have been impacted […]
Offering financial support and words of comfort, U.S. Labor Secretary Alex Acosta visited a specialized shelter for displaced victims of […]
FIU has nearly 200,000 alumni. We’re one of the 10 largest universities in America. So it might stand to reason that we’re connected […]
Here are some video highlights from our Spring 2017 Commencement Ceremonies. Social entrepreneurship runs deep with the class of 2017.
Check out this quick video by CNN of astronauts in the world’s only underwater research lab, FIU Aquarius Reef Base. […]
It’s time to show Panther pride on your ride! Starting this November, Parking & Transportation will randomly select two […]
As we prepare to celebrate five years of TEDxFIU Nov. 16, we thought we’d share the talks and performances from the last four years […]
FIU is proud to graduate 12,000 students annually. They join more than 200,000 alumni who live and work in South Florida. […]
On Wednesday, Dec. 16, members of the Homestead City Council unanimously and enthusiastically passed a resolution supporting an FIU-led economic development […]