Message from the Office of the Vice Provost

The Biscayne Bay Campus (BBC) is a branch campus of Florida International University. With a student body of more than 7,000, it is the largest branch campus in Florida’s State University System. Encompassing nearly 200 acres, the scenic campus offers direct access to the Bay, apartment-style housing, a library, an aquatic center, a conference center, and a ropes course. FIU’s Schools of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Marine Biology, and Journalism and Mass Communication are headquartered at BBC. Our campus offers numerous undergraduate majors and selected graduate degrees in Arts & Sciences. If you would like more information, please email the Office of the Vice Provost at




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