Florida Polytechnic University's continuing streak of successes was celebrated by Dr. Randy K. Avent, University president, in Florida Politics. From Florida Poly's No. 1 ranking in U.S. News and World Report to the University's progress on developing a high-tech research park around campus, the University is on a roll. Read the story.
Michael Petry is a world away from his hometown of Karlsruhe, Germany, but he says he's exactly where he needs to be.
Armed with bags of parts, general directions, and a lot of enthusiasm, nearly 400 Florida Polytechnic University freshmen got to work building and coding a functional robotic arm during the first Career Design course hackathon on Friday, Oct. 15.
Florida Polytechnic University continues to stand out as it maintains its No. 3 ranking within the State University System for offering a top-notch education at an affordable price, according to WalletHub's 2022's Best Universities Ranking. The University also ranked No. 4 among all higher education institutions in Florida.
A new and excited Florida Polytechnic University Women's Club Soccer team has taken the field and is ready to take on the competition.
Alex Whitworth is having the college experience he always wanted at Florida Polytechnic University. He's involved in multiple organizations, plays lacrosse, works in the admissions office, and is taking courses that challenge and inspire him.
When introducing students to electrical and computer engineering, Dr. Bruce Jacob has an eye-catching visual aid that grabs their attention.
As the new chair of Florida Polytechnic University's Department of Applied Mathematics, Dr. Michael Brilleslyper is working on a formula to elevate the department to the next level.
Only seven months after playing its first game, the Florida Polytechnic University Men's Lacrosse team has been accepted into the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) and the group's SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC).
Born and raised in a Cuban American family, the values of hard work, courage, and dedication are an integral part of sophomore Ani Unzueta's heritage. She also inherited a profound thirst to succeed that carries her every day through the Florida Polytechnic University campus.