According to the American Red Cross, every two seconds someone in the United States needs blood. We can be a first responder in time of an emergency. This Thursday, September 21, we will have a Blood Drive at MAU Parking Lot.

Dear MAU community,

While Floridians are recovering from Hurricane Irma, we are glad to see that friends and neighbors have come together to help each other during this difficult time. We hope all of you are safe and in the company of your love ones. For those who are still on the way back, please be careful and stay safe.

The university understands the needs of our students to return to the usual routine, therefore, MAU Board has announced that all classes will resume tomorrow Thursday, September 14, 2017 at regular class schedule.


Irma left wreckage in its passage through the Caribbean and Florida. Over 6 million people were ordered to evacuate the state, being this the largest evacuation in history. But together we can now help those in need.

Dear Students, Faculty and Staff:

We hope everyone is well and safe alongside their family.

Academic activities remains cancelled until further notice since we are responding to feedback from students and faculty that between limited flights, heavy traffic and clean up efforts, it would be difficult for students to return to campus tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 13.

Staff members will report to work tomorrow, from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Staff should contact their supervisor if they anticipate problems returning tomorrow.

Aristides Maza



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