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FIU is a great place to live, learn and experience the world. The campus is nestled in one of the nation’s most culturally rich and exciting cities. Beyond its famous nightlife, and arts and culture scene, Miami is a place of economic growth, with thriving business and financial districts - and an abundance of internship opportunities.

There is always something happening at and around our campus. With fraternities, sororities, championship athletic teams, world-class aquatic and fitness centers, live concerts, student government, volunteer activities and nearly 200 student clubs and organizations, you will never be bored. 

Department of Student Life & Services

Student Life & Services offers more than 30 departments on campus aimed at improving the quality of life for students, including Disability Services, Greek Affairs, Housing & Residential Life, International Student & Scholar Services, Multicultural Programs, Orientation & Commuter Services, Psychological Services, Victim Advocacy Center and the Women’s Center. Visit the department’s site for more information.

Department of Campus Life

The Department of Campus Life is dedicated to enhancing students’ academic learning and engaging them in the FIU community by providing leadership opportunities through organizations such as the Student Government Council, fraternities and sororities, Homecoming Council, Panther Rage, and the Multifaith Council.  Their professional staff helps students get the most out of their FIU experience and pursue their interests. Visit the department’s site for more information.

Exploring our Campuses

Anchored by the Modesto Maidique Campus (MMC) in Southwest Miami-Dade County, and the Biscayne Bay Campus (BBC) in North Miami, FIU is a fast-growing university sprawling across various campus sites throughout South Florida, each with its own unique identity and campus life.

Come see for yourself the exciting opportunities that await you at FIU! Take a virtual tour and use our interactive maps to guide your visit to campus. Each campus has multiple buildings that serve as administrative offices, student housing, or for teaching and research.