11200 SW 8th St, Miami, United States
Florida International University is a public research institution which was founded in 1972. The university has a total enrollment of 45,000 undergraduates, with an urban setting, and the campus is about 344 acres. Its academic calendar is semester-based. Florida International University ranks as 216 among other National Universities.
Outside class activities, there are several student organizations and clubs, including over 30 sororities and fraternities for students to consider getting involved with, as well as campus events annually, like the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival. The university's sports teams known as the FIU Golden Panthers are active competitors of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division 1 Conference.
For more than 5 decades, Florida International University has consistently remained among South Florida's top institutions by tackling most of its toughest challenges. The institution is committed to enriching the lives of both global and local communities. Positioned as a top research institution, Florida International University emphasizes on research as a primary component in the institution's mission. The School of Computing and Information Sciences' Discovery Lab and the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, are just 2 of several colleges, centers, and schools which enhance the university in setting new standards with research ideas.
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