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Every college talks about diversity. They toss around words like “international” and “global.” At FIU, we’re worlds ahead when it comes to offering a truly global education. For starters, when you walk across campus, you’ll easily hear a half-dozen languages being spoken. Living and learning with people from all over the world will greatly enhance your education and expand your mind—and heart. But the “I” in FIU goes much deeper than that. We’re the first large university to implement a comprehensive plan to internationalize our undergraduate programs. What does that mean for you? When you graduate, you’ll be a world citizen who has what it takes to succeed—wherever life takes you.
Without question there’s no place in the world like Miami. As an FIU student, you’re just minutes from amazing internships and potential careers—as well as countless opportunities for entertainment, arts and culture, recreation, restaurants, night-life, and just plain fun! Thanks to sunny skies 300 days a year—you can spend your free time snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, or just relaxing on the beach. Attention, sports fans: South Florida is home to four pro teams—the Miami Dolphins, the Miami Heat, the Miami Marlins, and the Florida Panthers (located in Broward County).
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FIU Fast Facts 2012 n Campuses: Modesto A. Maidique Campus, 10 miles from downtown Miami; Biscayne Bay Campus, North Miami n Enrollment: near 50,000 n Diversity: students come from all 50 states in the U.S. and 125 countries n Academic Programs: more than 180 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs
Affording FIU We’re committed to providing you with an affordable, high-quality undergraduate education. FIU’s tuition is among the lowest in the nation. Learn more about our financial aid packages, including merit-based scholarships, at http://go.fiu.edu/ scholarships. Learn more about financial aid at http://finaid.fiu.edu.
n Middle 50% Range ACT 23-26 n Middle 50% Range ACT 1630-1810 n Student-Faculty Ratio: 27:1 The FIU Diversity Initiative is a volunteer group of students, faculty, and staff working together to create an environment that supports the diverse needs of our learning community.
n Faculty: 99 percent of tenured or tenure-seeking full-time faculty hold a doctorate or the highest degree in their field
“FIU’s location in Miami gives you access to unique opportunities you wouldn’t get in any other city in the world. The mix of culture and opportunities is unmatched.” Roberto Gutierrez, Criminal Justice major, Miami, Florida
n Athletics: 17 teams compete in the NCAA Division I n Mascot: Panther
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The Sweetwater Partnership through FIU’s Honors College will engage you in projects that improve the quality of life for residents in the city of Sweetwater—from tutoring elementary school students to teaching computer classes for senior citizens to providing an athletic program for girls.
Visiting FIU If you think FIU might be for you, come for a visit. To learn more about scheduling a visit, go to http://go.fiu.edu/visit. FIU is committed to research, as evidenced by the 2009 opening of the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine.
Applying to FIU “FIU’s extracurricular programs are as diverse as its students. Whether you live on or off campus, you can be involved and actively engaged in the growth of FIU.” Yesenis Garcia, Psychology major, Miami, Florida
Applying to FIU is easy. Simply visit http://admissions.fiu.edu to apply online. Questions? Contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (305) 348-2363.
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Sure, you’re focused on your future. But you also care about your community. So does FIU. We’re known for putting our arms around the Miami community—and beyond. Through our Center for Leadership and Service, you can become an active citizen leader by getting involved in community service projects, service learning, and student-led philanthropies. Participate in a dance marathon to raise money for the Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation, grow your leadership skills through our LEAD Team or Academy of Leaders, and perform service projects in more than 22 locations across the globe through our Alternative Breaks program. Talk about a transformative experience—for you and those you impact!
Whether you attend classes on our 344-acre Modesto A. Maidique Campus, 10 miles from downtown Miami, or our 200-acre, waterfront Biscayne Bay Campus in North Miami, you’ll experience a campus that is full of life. You can get involved in Greek life, join one of our many student organizations, run for Student Government, or volunteer through the Center for Leadership and Service. Love sports? Our championship-caliber Panther athletic teams will give you plenty to cheer about. Live on campus and you’ll be right where the action is. Our five residence halls on our main campus are home to about 3,000 students; about 300 live in our Biscayne Bay residence hall. The campuses are linked by a continuous shuttle service.
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