Student Affairs

College is a rich and multi-faceted adventure, shaped by experiences learned both in and outside the classroom. Participating in an intramural sport, writing for the student newspaper or serving as a cabinet member for Student Government Association can influence your interests, provide practical skills and experience, and enrich learning. The Division of Student Affairs supports these experiences by engaging students outside of the classroom through 22 departments. Let’s explore and grow together.

A celebration of life and hope that one day we will find a cure for cancer
FIU Relay for Life is a unique overnight celebration of life and hope that one day we will find a cure for cancer. Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society and each dollar you raise will help save lives. Join us!
Resources to Help You Thrive and Succeed

Whether you need a listening ear, someone to help you navigate the university or a solution for a personal conflict, we're here to help.

Everything You Need for A Healthy, Fit Lifestyle
Whether you spend most of your time at MMC or BBC, there’s a fully equipped recreation center near you. Offering fitness classes, state-of-the-art gym equipment, adventure excursions and more, the Wellness and Recreation Centers have everything you need to live a fit, healthy lifestyle.


Relay for Life

FIU Relay for Life is a unique overnight celebration of life and hope that one day we will [...]

Film Screening: “Train in the Northern Railway” hosted by CRI

The Cuban Research Institute (CRI) invites [...]

Job Search Strategies for Internships

Searching for an internship is a job in itself. Attend this workshop [...]

Internship Search Skills

Searching for an internship isn’t always easy. Attend this workshop to [...]

Leadership: What Employers Want

In this interactive workshop, you will get hands on experience learning [...]

SGA MMC Senate Meetings

This is the weekly meeting of the Student Government Association at MMC.

IBM Global Business Service Workshop

This case study workshop will teach students about IBM’s management [...]


Learn about the different types of internships and top reasons to intern, strategies in researching, [...]

Operation Opportunity

The Career and Talent Development Office will be partnering with Greater Miami Chamber [...]


9 tips for crafting an awesome resume

  Six seconds. That’s how long employers and recruiters spend looking at a resume on average. The question is: will your […]

Student reflects on Black History Month speaker Issa Rae

The Black Student Union has arranged a series of events to celebrate Black History Month. The signature Black History Month […]

Defeating bias through education

The Dean of Students office is encouraging students to use their differences to create a stronger FIU community with its […]

Construction begins on multipurpose recreation/practice fields

The following memo was sent from Celi Ervesun, construction project manager for Facilities Management, to the FIU community on Feb. [&#823 [...]

Tips to ease the transition for transfer students

From ensuring your credits transfer to adapting to a new school setting, moving to FIU from another college or university […]

January 2017 in photos: Parades, bubbles and a buzzer beater

A new year, a new semester and new beginnings! It’s been an exciting start to 2017 at FIU both in and […]

Cook-off competition heats up for United Way Campaign

Ten contestants. Three cook-off rounds. One cause. The Taste of FIU Cook-Off Competition held recently is fast-becoming one of the […]

International relations major wins inauguration essay contest, trip to D.C.

With preparations for the presidential inauguration in full swing in the nation’s capital, FIU hosted its first inauguration [...]

Invest in people this year: Become a mentor

Lose weight and save money are often at the top of our New Year’s resolutions. While investing in your health and budget […]

Introduced: Joshua Metellus ’18

With more than 54,000 students at FIU, there is no shortage of cool characters with interesting stories. The problem is, who […]