Orientation and Parent Programs

Whether it's through mandatory Freshman or Transfer Orientation, Panther Camp, family programming, or any of the other exciting initiatives we provide, they all seek to set you up for a successful and rewarding college experience. We are a resource for your transition to campus and throughout your college career!

Contact

Orientation and Parent Programs
MMC – Graham Center 189
BBC – Wolfe University Center 256

Phone 305-348-6414
SMS Text 305-783-3180
Email orient@fiu.edu
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Office Hours

Monday – Friday: 8 am – 5 pm

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