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.

Become A Peer Advisor or Panther Camp Facilitator
Here's your chance to join two of the most coveted positions for student leaders at FIU!
Let Us Help You Reach Your Fitness Goals
If you're training for a race or just trying to tone up, affordable Personal Training at the Wellness & Recreation Center can help you reach your goals.
Coaching and Guidance for First Generation Students
All FIU students have potential. For first generation, low-income or students with disabilities, a little extra help with tutoring and advising can go a long way.


Halloween Student Organizations Fair

Get ready for endless candy, great costumes and fun at SOC’s [...]

SGA MMC Senate Meetings

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

Monday Group Runs

  Join the Fit2Run team each Monday to run and have some fun. Mileage is usually about [...]

The Leadership Lectures: Dr. Sydney Finkelstein | Nov. 1 @ 9:30 am

RSVP at: [...]

Graduate School Week

Are you ready to dive into your Masters or Doctoral Program? Over 15 Graduate Schools [...]


LGBT mentorship program a refuge, springboard for students

When Jaylon Hadley ’16 transferred to FIU, he had one goal in mind: graduate as soon as possible. Having taken […]

Cast your presidential ballot TODAY

Presidential Election Day 2016 is still two weeks away, but South Florida residents can vote in person even sooner. Starting […]

It’s flu season: 5 things you need to know about the flu and flu shots

It creeps into Florida this time of the year, just as surely as the ghouls and goblins of Halloween, except […]

6 ways to handle stress in college

Let’s face it: If you’re a college student, stress comes with the territory. According to the 2016 National College Health […]

9 reasons why you don’t want to miss Homecoming week

by Nykeema Radway Your group presentation is over and midterms are coming to an end just in time for Homecoming […]

September 2016 in photos: Healthy living, football, theater

Pumpkin spice lattes, college football and cooler weather (not so much) can only mean one thing: autumn is here! With September […]

FIYou: Alexandria Pipitone

Name: Alexandria Pipitone Job Title: Lead Office Assistant at the Children’s Creative Learning Center Location/Campus: The center is located at […]

5 easy ways to include healthy living in your busy schedule

  With 1,000 things on your to-do-list, it’s hard to find time to make healthy living choices. But what if you […]

Panther LIFE provides opportunities for young adults with intellectual disabilities

Like many high school seniors, Nicholas Espinosa dreamed of getting a college education. But for Espinosa and the estimated [...]

Students alleviate anxiety, depression with online therapy

Vanessa G.* was on her way to pick up a family member from work when she began to feel sick. […]