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.

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Student Food Pantry

Food insecurity is surprisingly common at colleges and universities across the country. The lack of reliable access to sufficient quantities of affordable and nutritious food presents a serious challenge for today’s college students.

The MMC student food pantry is located in GC 319, Biscayne Bay Campus Pantry is located in WUC  353. 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.


Is stress keeping you up at night?

Tossing all night can lead to feeling tired, moody and less productive. Health educator Selena Sifontes has advice for those sleepless nights.

Alumnus named prestigious human rights fellow

This recent grad is one of less than 50 students and scholars from the U.S. who was selected for the prestigious Humanity In Action fellowship.

How to choose the right at-home fitness program for you

The top fitness apps and platforms to help you choose your at-home fitness program.

Graduating this week. Now what?

For those who are graduating in just a few days, one big question looms large: Now what? Here are some tips for entering the workforce during the age of COVID-19.

Getting quaranLEAN

These are stressful times. Exercise can help.

What students should know about sexual assault

For Sexual Assault Awareness month, FIU hosted a panel discussion.

Class of 2024: Ready to take on the world, even during a pandemic

Our newest Panthers share how they’re ending high school strong and preparing to start at FIU during the pandemic.

5 fitness tips to stay motivated, regardless of external circumstances

Just because gyms are closed, doesn't mean you can't reach your fitness goals.

Avoid gaining the pandemic 15

PantherFit TV is here to help you stay healthy, happy, and keep progressing toward your fitness goals—even when you’re home.

FIU moves 4,000+ classes to remote learning in unprecedented transition

FIU is two weeks into its transition to remote learning. More than 2,400 faculty members and 50,000 students have been moved from [...]