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While many in South Florida experienced minor damage and power loss after the storm unleashed its fury last week, others are still struggling. Luckily, our community always shows strong resolve to support recovery in times of critical need like these.

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The Florida Keys and Loxahatchee were two areas hit hardest, and are also home to two of FIU’s most unique programs:


Aquarius Reef Base
Located in the Florida Keys, this facility provides unparalleled means to study the ocean, and the opportunity to train specialized divers and astronauts.

Help the only undersea research habitat recover: Give

Tropical Conservation Institute
Our partner, the Rare Species Conservatory Foundation, needs help to rebuild, clear the grounds of downed trees and fences, and repair enclosures.

Protect the world’s most threatened species: Give

Student, Faculty & Staff Recovery
Students: During this stressful post-hurricane time, the FIU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) office is available should you want to talk in person or by phone about your feelings or experience.

Faculty & Staff: The Office of Employee Assistance (OEA) offers confidential consultations to help employees and their immediate family members through times like these which can affect personal life or job performance.

Want to support our students, faculty or staff who are still recovering? Give