Congratulations and welcome to the Panther family! Follow the checklist below to confirm your acceptance to FIU. You can also download this New Student Checklist of essential items to complete, for reference. We are excited to have you start your MBA journey.
How to Register for Classes
Your program manager will handle all course registrations. Please confirm that you have no holds that may prevent registration. To check your holds, please visit your MyFIU student portal.
If you are logging into FIU's system for the first time your password will be in the date of birth format DDMonYYYY. Example, if you were born April 20, 1998 your default password will be 20Apr1998.
Students in the PMBAO Program will be registered for courses by the departmental staff prior to the beginning of each term after successful completion of steps one through five, listed above. This is a lockstep/cohort program, which means that your courses will be offered on a fixed schedule, and you will be taking these courses with the same group of students throughout the entire program. Your program manager will register you for classes and will send you an email when it is time to submit your tuition payment, due at the start of each new term.
How to Pay for Classes
Domestic Students: Prior to the payment deadline you will need to accept your Financial Aid award at MyFIU. Follow the “Financial Aid — accept/decline awards” link to ensure that your award is posted as “pending financial aid” for a tuition deferment by clicking on the most current academic year.
Other Payment Options
Online Payments: Tuition may be paid online with a credit card or electronic check/electronic transfer of funds through the “Make a Payment” link found under the “Finances” section of your MyFIU student portal.
In-Person Payments: You can also pay by cash or check at the Student Financials Office in the Student Academic Success Center (SASC), room 101 (MMC) or AC1 140 (BBC). Self-service payment kiosks are also located in SASC.
Wire transfer payments: FIU has partnered with Flywire to offer a streamlined and cost effective payment method to send international payments. Therefore, we ask you to send all bank transfer payments through Flywire at least two weeks before the payment deadline.
It is important to note that the PMBAO program does not qualify for the university payment plan option due to the accelerated nature of the program. You will want to reach out to your Student Experience Program Manager for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The FIU One Card, your official FIU student ID, identifies you as an enrolled FIU Online student and grants you access to select benefits and numerous resources, events and discounts, both on and off-campus. You will be receiving communication from the FIU One Card office including information and instructions on how to obtain yours using an online application process to your FIU email sometime after the first week of classes.
Access the FIU One Card Types site for more information.
Visit https://go.fiu.edu/pmbaobooks about a month prior to each new quarter to find textbook Information.
The link is updated about a month before each start. We recommend you add the link to your favorites.
Parking and Transportation
For students wishing to use on-campus resources, all vehicles parked on campus at a non-metered space are required to have a valid virtual permit which is linked to your vehicle license plate. Please remember, head in parking only. To obtain your virtual parking permit, visit parking.fiu.edu.
Business Career Management
Career Services is dedicated to helping you make career aspirations a reality. Through workshops, career assessments and partnerships with employers in South Florida and around the globe, the Business Career Management team is committed to helping you get an early start on your career path.
Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act
Under the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act, Florida International University will, upon request, make available to students the completion or graduation rates of certificate or full-time degree-seeking students for a one-year period. Also, available upon request, are university policies regarding procedures for reporting criminal actions or other emergencies; access to campus facilities; campus law enforcement; crime prevention programs; statistics concerning arrests and the occurrence on campus of certain criminal offenses; criminal activity of off-campus student organizations, and the use, possession, and sale of illegal drugs or alcohol. This information can be obtained from the Department of Public Safety or the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.