Whether you’re dealing with anxiety and depression, eating disorders, substance abuse, or sexual assault, CAPS and the Victim Empowerment Program are here to help. Skilled professionals are available and ready to assist you. Alternatively, their website also offers online self-help. Plus, services are free and always confidential.
At the Healthy Living Program, we offer a holistic and preventative approach to health by encouraging FIU students to engage in everyday healthy lifestyle practices! Our on-campus services and online education promote the 9 Dimensions of Wellness: physical, intellectual, occupational, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental, financial, and cultural.
Don't go hungry
Both Modesto A. Maidique and Biscayne Bay Campus have student food pantries. No proof of need is required and students can access the pantry once a week taking up to 10 pounds of food each visit.
Need an advocate in your corner?
These offices and resources can help you resolve whatever issue you're facing.
When all means of informal resolution have been exhausted, the parties (faculty and students) involved must have an impartial and transparent forum in which to seek review and resolution of academic grievances.
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students works with campus partners to identify and address student concerns and crises, provide support to students, and oversee initiatives that facilitate student growth and development.
Disability Resource Center
The Disability Resource Center guides and supports students with disabilities throughout their college experience, from transitioning into FIU to graduating from our university.
The Ombudsperson can be the first resource when a student does not know where to get information for a particular situation, concern or complaint, or a last resort when normal channels of communication have failed to bring resolution.
Student Conduct and Academic Integrity
Student Conduct and Academic Integrity (SCAI) serves FIU by educating community members about the Student Conduct and Honor Code and the value of respecting others.
Victim Empowerment Program
The Victim Empowerment Program’s (VEP) mission is to provide free confidential assistance to FIU students, faculty, staff and university visitors who have been victimized through threatened or actual violence and to support the healing process.