Florida Memorial’s history and traditions reach back to 1879 in Live Oak, FL.
On November 11, 1968, the new campus opened as Florida Memorial College, a 48-acre former airstrip near Opalocka now known as Miami Gardens, FL.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; however, all applicants are encouraged to meet the following deadlines for admissions: Fall Semester— April 15 th Spring Semester — November I st
In 2004, Florida Memorial College changed its name to Florida Memorial University.
76% are Florida residents, 12% are from out of state (including the U.S. Virgin Islands) and 12% are International students, primarily from the Caribbean-Bahamas, Jamaica, Haiti, Africa, Europe, and Spain.
Yes, applicants in the top 20% of their graduating class are eligible to participate in the program.
Men & Women Basketball, JV Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Football, Cheerleading, Soccer, Baseball, JV Baseball, Softball, Cross Country, Track & Field, and Women Volleyball