As we wind down the spring semester and prepare for Commencement, I wanted to take a moment and share with you what we are planning for the summer and fall. Florida Memorial University will resume full in-person student engagement beginning with the summer term. The University will continue to keep the safety and security of its students, faculty, and staff as its highest priority, following the guidelines set forth by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and local and state regulators. FMU will also continue to maintain our COVID-19 protocols such as weekly testing, social distancing, wearing of masks, and
April, 5, 2021, Miami Gardens, Fla. -- Two Florida Memorial University (FMU) communication students will participate this week in the 2021 Christopher J. Georges Conference on College Journalism: an exciting and informative event organized each year by the Neiman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University with assistance from The Harvard Crimson.
Monday, March 15, 2021 (Miami Gardens, Florida) — This morning at 10am the Magic City Innovation District presented $100,000, to FMU for scholarship support for students from Little Haiti. The gift will afford the opportunity for American- Haitian students to attend the only HBCU in South Florida.
Wednesday, March 10 ( Miami Gardens, FL)- The SAFEE PLANES (Pilot Licenses to Attain New Elevations) program is designed to reduce the shortage of commercial pilots in the aviation industry while increasing the number of students engaged in aviation and STEM. SAFEE is dedicated to helping children stay in school, improve their academic performance and explore STEM education and career possibilities in the aviation industry.
Founders' Day 1879 Celebrating 142 Years of Academic Excellence March 17 - 19, 2021 Masks must be worn and social distancing is required to attend all events All events will be held on campus!
To: Faculty and Staff From: Dr. Jaffus Hardrick, President Re: Shaping a Culture of Service Excellence & Compliance and Being Student-Cent Date: February 8, 2021 Happy New Year to everyone! Year 2021 will be one filled with opportunities and hope. So, let us make it a year of greatness! As part of Florida Memorial University’s continuing efforts to create a workplace culture that is focused on excellence, it gives me great pleasure to announce the implementation of some important initiatives that will help us shape a Culture of Service Excellence and create a university that is Student-Centric. Below are several key initiatives being implemented to
Florida Memorial University Certificate Program in Construction Trades. Certificate Program Includes: Plumbing HVAC Electrical Eligibility Criteria: Miami-Dade County Resident Valid Driver's License, a Federal, or Florida State issused ID Ages 17 - 70 Proof of Citizenship Required
Date: December 22, 2020 To: University Community From: Dr. Jaffus Hardrick, President Re: University COVID-19 Update The Fall semester has ended, and we are looking forward to your return for the Spring semester. We remain dedicated to providing a safe campus environment for new and returning members of the Lion family. To bolster our successful S.P.R.E.A.D. Lion Pride campaign (Sanitize, Protect, Respect, Educate, and Distance), we are proud to introduce the Protecting the Pride Plan, designed to help us provide the highest quality education and student experience by returning to in-person instruction in the safest possible environment. Due to the fluidity of the national
Thanksgiving Updated: FMU COVID-19 Greetings FMU Family: With the Thanksgiving holiday around the corner, let me once again express how thankful I am for our FMU family, and the way we have all come together to keep our community safe. Our S.P.R.E.A.D. Lion Pride campaign (Sanitize, Protect, Respect, Educate, and Distance) has been successful, and we fully expect to continue the trend when we return to campus after the break. Please read below for this week’s updates. Protect the Pride Plan Your FMU leadership team is hard at work planning for your return to campus for the Spring 2021 semester. Our goal is to provide