President's Council

Fostering Panther Pride

FIU’s Fostering Panther Pride Program is tailored to meet the unique needs of former foster care and homeless students. The primary goal of Fostering Panther Pride is to assist these students in their transition to FIU, their retention and graduation, and their pursuit of securing employment or graduate school upon receiving their Bachelor’s degree.

Needs include, but are not limited to: securing housing, processing homeless waivers, navigating university policies, referrals to resources, connections to community partners, etc.

Goal: $200,000

A Message from President Rosenberg

News

Oct
18
Faculty excellence recognized at 2016 convocation

The annual Faculty Convocation marks an important recognition of our professors’ dedication to the university and its students. At the event, […]

May
05
Center for Children and Families receives Beacon Council’s Life Sciences & Healthcare Award

FIU’s Center for Children and Families (CCF) was honored with the Life Sciences & Healthcare Award at the 14th Annual […]

Sep
30
Faculty convocation recognizes outstanding professors

For the first time ever, two faculty members were awarded the top prize at FIU’s Faculty Convocation, a yearly award […]