Aesthetics & Values
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Panthers: Stay connected and engaged with virtual classes, events, and tours
As the FIU community and the nation practice social distancing to prevent the spread of COVID-19, FIU has moved many events and services online.
Steer clear of cabin fever — and stay healthy, educated, and on track — by tuning in to these virtual events and activities. Get your workout in, take up new skills like cooking or mindfulness, visit FIU’s “virtual museums,” and more.
This list will be updated as events and services are added.
Health, Wellness, and Fitness
The Wellness & Recreation Center is creating fitness videos for at-home workouts. The videos are posted online regularly.
Visit the Virtual WRC website for more information.
Mental Health, Mindfulness & Meditation
Tutoring & Mentoring
FIU Student Support Services will continue to offer tutoring, mentoring, and other programs virtually.
Tutoring appointments will continue being available on a virtual platform. You can book online appointments with tutors via their youcanbook.me links. Please visit the SSS tutorial page for more information.
Online Appointments & Questions
Advisors will conduct new and previously scheduled appointments online via Zoom. To book:
Moira Lertora Chacon, Assistant Director: sssmlchacon-0.youcanbook.me
Jeannette Cruz, Director: sssdrcruz.youcanbook.me
Student Support Services will host interactive group discussions and other activities, such as Kahoot games, via Zoom.
When: Thursdays, 4-5 p.m. How to Join: Contact Director Jeanette Cruz at email@example.com for more info.
University-wide & Community Events
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Discover unique opportunities at FIU through PantherConnect, including information on numerous virtual events.
Student Government Association
Tune in and share your thoughts with SGA by registering through the links below. A separate registration is required for each event.
Center for Leadership and Service
Center for Student Engagement
Join the Panthers Connect Challenge, where you can connect with fellow Panthers, build affinity to FIU, have fun and even win prizes!
You can submit a request for a Student Engagement Meeting, where you can discuss your interests, develop SMART goals and create a personalized engagement plan.
305 Cafecito Chat
The FIU Office of Engagement hosts frequent discussions with experts in science, art, Latin America, politics, and more. Visit the FIU Office of Engagement Facebook page to view upcoming 305 Cafecito Chats.
Culture & Entertainment
Food, Beverage & Hospitality Management
The Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management is offering culinary videos, as well as other educational tools for the field of hospitality and tourism. These videos are free and available online on the site Edible Chucks.
Join Professor John Bailly on a tour of South Beach, Deering Estate, and more. FIU Honors College's HEARTS offers these virtual walking tours to help the university community "get out" during this time.
Each museum will be updating their websites to include virtual tours of art exhibitions, videos, and ways to view and learn from permanent collections.
All Frost Art FIU events can be found here.
For a virtual tour of Frost Art FIU's current exhibitions, click here.
Pieces from the museum’s permanent collection can be viewed here.
The Wolfsonian-FIU will spotlight digital experiences produced over recent years, including:
“Art of Illumination,” a Knight Foundation-supported initiative that commissions thought-provoking video art pieces from contemporary artists, designers, and collectives.
Two online exhibitions, which give life to the golden age of Cuban - U.S. tourism (“Promising Paradise”) and early 20th-century spiritual art (“The Pursuit of Abstraction”) through texts, lectures, interviews, and virtual and collector-led tours.
Recorded programming, allowing art lovers to enjoy past Wolfsonian talks from home.
The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU will offer fun and educational content for families, on a weekly basis, via their newsletter and social media outlets.
Virtual exhibitions offered by JMOF can be found here.