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Ana G. Méndez University Joins Orlando Magic's 35th Anniversary 5k Run

Ana G. Méndez University Celebrates the Orlando Magic's 35th Anniversary, participating in the team's 5k Run in downtown Orlando!

As the Official Hispanic University of the  Orlando Magic, Team AGMU is there to support and celebrate our Magic every step ... and run! Congrats!




"Journey Through the System’s Response to Human Trafficking" panel hosted at Metro Orlando Campus

On Wednesday, January 31, the Ana G. Méndez University Metro Orlando Campus hosted an insightful panel “Journey Through the System’s Response to Human Trafficking” around the subject of Human Trafficking. It was an event hosted by our Social Work program and attended by students, professors, and the community. Thanks to our professor Virginia Tenias, LMSW, Judge Wilfredo Martinez, and the Florida Abolitionist organization for being expert speakers on the subject.


Acting Chancellor Syndia Nazario invited to a Puerto Rican leaders roundtable

On Tuesday January 23rd, our Acting Chancellor and Associate VP of Government Relations and Community Affairs Syndia Nazario was invited to a Puerto Rican leaders roundtable with Secretary Miguel Cardona from the U.S. Department of Education. The event was held at Borinquen Health Center in the Wynwood area of Miami. #SomosAGMU


Ana G. Méndez University participated in Orlando Expo Mujer

On Saturday, January 20, Ana G. Mendez University Metro Orlando Campus participated in the great Orlando Expo Mujer conference where our School of Business professor Carola Gabauer gave a talk entitled "Empowering women with data and education to achieve goals in leadership and entrepreneurship."

Many thanks to Marieangie Rosario and Mujer Emprende Latina - Orlando for the partnership with AGM University - the institution where Latina women have the opportunity for an education of excellence.



Three Kings' Day Eve celebrated in Florida

Last Friday, January 5, Ana G. Mendez University welcomed more than 1,500 people at its three Florida campuses for a huge Three Kings Eve celebration event. In Orlando, Tampa, and South Florida concurrently held large events with music, food, and gifts to capture the tradition of the Three Wise Men's visit. Ana G. Mendez University has been a pioneer for the past two decades as an institution providing excellence in education for Hispanics.


Celebrating Tradition: Ana G. Méndez University Hosts Its First Christmas Festival on Three Kings Eve

Ana G. Méndez University is thrilled to announce its first-ever Christmas Festival, an event dedicated to celebrating one of the most cherished traditions in our community: the Eve of Three Kings Day. Scheduled for January 5, 2024, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., the festival promises to be an unforgettable experience filled with joy, culture, and community spirit.

A Festive Gathering for All


Festival navideño event postponed due to weather conditions

We wish to inform our Ana G. Mendez University community that, due to the escalating weather conditions across Florida, the Festival Navideño events scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday, December 16th, at the Metro Orlando, Tampa Bay, and South Florida campuses will be postponed. The new date for these events is set for January 5th, 2024.

We urge our students, staff, and professors to prioritize safety during the inclement weather.



Public notice of upcoming ACEN visit, South Florida Campus

Ana G. Méndez University (AGMU) wishes to announce that it will host a site visit for initial accreditation of its ASN, BSN, MSN-FNP and DNP nursing programs by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

You are invited to meet with the site visit team and share your comments about the program in person at a meeting scheduled at 2:00pm on January 31, 2024, at South Florida Campus located at 15201 NW 79th Ct. Miami Lakes, FL 33016.


Ana G. Méndez University Represents at Tallahassee Event

In an event held on December 6th in Tallahassee, representatives from Ana G. Méndez University made a significant impact on the dialogue surrounding higher education in Florida. The primary objective of this event was to facilitate discussions between representatives, senators, and students from private colleges and universities in the state.