FIU offers several Student Support Services to help facilitate students’ academic progress and healthy living. The University Graduate School has organized student support services into an online Graduate Student Resource Guide, with links to each support service.
Health and Wellness services include:
Diversity services include:
- Disability Resource Center
- Multicultural Programs and Services
- Women’s Center
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning Initiatives
- Veteran and Military Affairs Office
- International Student and Scholar Services
Academic services include:
The UGS also facilitates a Professional Development Program to assist students in their career development by serving as a gateway to campus resources and providing direct services.
Students with young children may take advantage of the on-campus pre-K Children’s Creative Learning Center.
Students learn about this rich variety of services in several ways. First, all students receive a Welcome Package prior to their arrival. This package contains information about their financial package and orientation. Second, all students participate in a mandatory department orientation the week before classes begin, with information related to financial package (tuition waiver, stipend, health insurance), introduction to teaching assistantships, degree requirements and procedures, and overview of campus resources. Third, The UGS website is rich with resources and user friendly, with resources available via a series of links beneath Current Students. Finally, information for many of these services is also available in the Department of Psychology Graduate Student Guide Part V: Campus Resources and via links from the Clinical Science Program website.