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Congratulations and welcome to the Panther family! Follow the checklist to confirm your acceptance to FIU. We can't wait to have you here.

1. Sign important program documents

All forms below must be completed prior to orientation.

2. Activate your MyFIU Account & Student Portal

New students will receive a set of instructions from the Registrar Office on how to login for the first time. If you are a returning FIU student, your login information remains the same as you previously set it.

  • Panther ID: Your unique 7 digit FIU number (Example: 1234567)
  • Username Your unique combination of characters and/or numbers (Example: roary001)
  • Password: Default date of birth format: DDMonYYYY.

If you need to look up your account information, please click here.

3. Finalize Your Admissions File

Your acceptance to FIU is based on the academic information that was available when the Admissions Office reviewed your application. You may have been admitted with courses in progress or unofficial test scores. Therefore, it is important that you submit official documents prior to the end of your first semester.

Residency documents: If you are seeking in-state tuition you must submit your proof of residency. Learn how to establish residency here.

If you have already provided residency documents, there is no need to re-submit them to your Admissions Advisor. If documents submitted were not sufficient to establish Florida residency, staff members from our team will reach out to you to request additional documentation.

4. Submit Your Immunizations Record

As a prerequisite to registration, FIU requires all students comply with the following immunization policy regulations from the Florida Board of Governors regarding immunity of Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Hepatitis B, and Meningitis.

Download all immunization forms at . All forms must be signed and stamped by a physician (M.D. or D.O.), a nurse practitioner or a registered nurse and can be mailed, faxed or physically submitted to Student Health Services at your scheduled orientation date.

When emailing your form, please send it to .

5. Apply for Financial Aid (U.S. students only)

Reuse your FSA ID every year.


Students who have been admitted and completed their FAFSA application will be offered Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loans. Graduate students may borrow up to a maximum of $20,500 per academic year through the Federal Direct Loan program. The actual amount a student is eligible to borrow cannot exceed the program cost of attendance, minus any other assistance received.

For additional information regarding Financial Aid, please visit

6. Orientation Week Agenda

Thursday, August 17th - 6:00PM – 8:00PM
New Student Orientation – ONLINE
Virtual (Via Zoom) -

First day of classes: Saturday, August 19th, 2023.

**Orientation dates are subject to change**
**Orientation week activities listed above are mandatory for all MSHRM students**

Frequently Asked Questions

Payment Breakdown

Term Online
Admissions Deposit $200
First Semester $11,780
Second Semester $11,980
Third Semester $11,055

Sexual Assault Prevention Training

As part of our ongoing commitment to promote a safe and healthy University community, FIU has implemented Sexual Assault Prevention courses, which address the critical issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.

**The Sexual Assault Prevention Training is mandatory for all MSHRM students**

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.

On-Campus Services | 305-348-2401

The mission of FIU’s Student Health Services is to provide affordable and accessible student-focused medical care and promote healthy lifestyles through education, mentorship and research activities. Ambulatory health care centers are located at both the BBC and MMC to serve your health care needs in a convenient and student-friendly environment. | 305-348-3532

We encourage students to make an active decision about the use of accommodations at the very start of each semester. Please register with Disability Resource Center no later than the first day of class. | 305-348-7396

Career Services is dedicated to helping you make career dreams 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. | 305-348-2575

Panthers can work out their stress, challenge themselves and get into shape with recreation centers on both campuses. Each facility features state-of-the-art exercise equipment, group fitness classes, and individualized personal training. Each campus hosts intramural sports like dodgeball and soccer, offers Sport Clubs like Quidditch and Rugby, and BBC features watersports on the bay. | 305-348-0088

Panther Dining offers a variety of foods and a great selection of meal plans to make dining convenient, tasty and fun. Meal plans save up to 40% + 0% sales tax, whether you live on campus or off campus. You can dine at The Fresh Food Company and 29 other restaurants and retail locations at MMC and BBC. You can buy your meal plan through financial aid at or with cash, credit/debit or six easy payments at the Panther Dining Office in GC 1215 (MMC) or at

Sign up for graduate off-campus housing

For housing options close to our MMC campus, please visit

Veteran and Military Affairs | 305-348-2838

The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs is committed to delivering and facilitating comprehensive military-friendly services and programs for FIU Veteran and military-affiliated learners. Our team is available to ensure each Veteran and military-affiliated learner successfully transitions to college life and fulfills their professional goals.

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