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 23 departments. Let's explore and grow together.

Taste of FIU
Taste of FIU Cook Off is FIU's annual cooking competition that benefits the United Way. FIU students, faculty/staff, and alumni all battle head to head for the chance to be named FIU's Best Chef! Join us Friday, December 7 for this fun-filled event which also hosts a wine bar and bites with the price of admission. The United Way LIVE Auction will take place immediately following the contest.
Registration for Spring Panther Camp is Now Open!
Panther Camp is a great way for you to meet other new students before you start your FIU experience. If you enjoy having fun, meeting exciting people and love to take advantage of a great opportunity then Spring Camp is for you! Spring Camp session is January 18-21, 2019 and is open to all Spring 2019 Freshmen and Transfer Students.
Support your Food Pantry
The purpose of the food pantries is to serve FIU students in need. The pantries are available to students on both campuses. The BBC Student Food Pantry, located in WUC 307 is run by the department of Healthy Living Program. The MMC Food Pantry, located in GC 319 is run by the Center for Leadership & Service. Both pantries are donations based, which means that all the food distributed comes from donations made by staff, faculty, members of the community, and student groups.

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Everything you need to get election-ready

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MLK scholarship opportunities available

FIU’s Department of Multicultural Programs and Services is currently accepting entries and nominations for the 2019 MLK Essay Scholarship, MLK Peace [&#823 [...]

Tell your complete educational story to potential employers

Some skills are considered too “small” or specific to become a degree program and aren’t often listed on a student’s […]

Welcome to #BassDropUniversity

Summer Fest is proof FIU can throw a party! The annual, turbo-charged electronic music concert was held July 12 between […]

Elizabeth Bejar appointed Senior VP for Academic and Student Affairs

President Mark B. Rosenberg and Executive Vice President Kenneth G. Furton shared the following message with the university community [...]

5 facts you should know about Title IX (and your rights!)

It’s hard to believe that not long ago, women were banned from most collegiate sport teams and that certain science, […]

Tragedy in Guatemala

On Friday, June 8, President Rosenberg sent the following message to the university community: The unfolding tragedy in Guatemala caused […]

May 2018 in photos: Orientation, Roary and a Wall of Wind challenge

There’s no rest for the weary. Panthers never slow down not even in the dog days of summer. Campus has […]

Making the healthy choice, the easy choice for Panthers

Three years ago, Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) invited 21 colleges and universities to adopt a set of rigorous […]

FIU Rugby heads to nationals

The talented players and coaches behind the men’s and women’s FIU Rugby teams are a silent force to be reckoned […]


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