Florida Memorial University (FMU) alumnae are being recognized for their contributions in and out of the classroom. Legacy South Florida, the publication of record for South Florida’s Black influencers, has selected two FMU alumnae Stephanie Pierre and Latoya Porter among its 2018 class of Top Black Educators. The recipients were formally honored with their pictures published in Legacy’s Education issue and showcased during a recent reception.
Florida Memorial University Aviation student receives $5,000 scholarship from Commissioner Ken Russell and The City of Miami
Today, FMU President Jaffus Hardrick, held a special luncheon for: James Jackson, Special Aide to Commissioner Ken Russell, Linda Diane Mackey, Bahamian Consul General, Sandra P. Carey, Deputy Consul General; Horace Hord and Elena Carpenter-Smith, both members of FMUs Board of Trustees, along with several members of FMUs staff, and one very happy FMU aviation student, Danisha Green. When Green, who is attending FMU, woke this morning she had no idea, she would receive $5,000 by lunchtime. “I’m grateful to be at this University and to be the recipient of this scholarship, “said Danisha.
Miami Bayside Foundation awards financial for Florida Memorial University’s Puerto Rican victims of Irma.
(Miami Gardens, FL, August 23, 2018) Members of the Miami Bayside Foundation gathered for a luncheon at FMUs campus to meet the awardees of the two thousand ($2,000) dollar grant, which was given to five (5) Florida Memorial University students in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
Former NBA player Isiah Thomas will partner with Miami Gardens' Florida Memorial University to encourage athletes, entertainers and other success stories to support Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The initiative will be called "Lift Ev’ry Voice," which is named after the song "Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing" that is often referred to as the "Black National Anthem."
LEGENDARY BASKETBALL HALL OF FAMER, ISIAH THOMAS, AND FLORIDA MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY’S PRESIDENT, DR. JAFFUS HARDRICK TEAM UP TO ANNOUNCE A PROMINENT MEN’S HEAD BASKETBALL COACH AND TO LAUNCH AN INNOVATIVE PROGRAM. (Miami Gardens, FL, August 17, 2018) Tuesday morning, Florida Memorial University (FMU) will host a press conference to announce the appointment of a new Head Coach for Men’s Basketball.
Thank you @KevinHart4Real for your generosity! We are honored to have Lalibela Faraba as a Fighting Lion here at Florida Memorial University. Your partnership with @UNCF and the financial match made by @kippschools is a testament to your dedication to serving your community.
South Florida has many options when it comes to higher education. There’s a big private school with a national profile — the University of Miami — and a big public one — Florida International University. There are also two of the nation’s largest community colleges, Miami Dade College and Broward College. Wedged between those giants are schools such as Nova Southeastern University, St. Thomas University, Barry University and Florida Memorial University. These smaller schools have specializations and aim to provide a different experience for students, both local and out-of-state, that they might not find at bigger institutions.