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Geographically located in Miami, Florida, an area rich in multicultural diversity and laden with the complex socioeconomic and psychosocial realities that accompany such diversity, the Miami Campus of Carlos Albizu University has been in a forefront position in training students who can respond to the needs and demands of a multi-ethnic population. The Miami Campus is a newly developed facility of 70,000 square feet within 18.353 acres of land, allowing expansion of the physical facilities up to 250,000 square feet. The physical facilities include classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, library, training clinic, computer laboratory, and research area. Housing is readily available in close proximity to campus.LOCATIONMiami-Dade County has become a multicultural and international center in which immigrants from Latin America and the Caribbean have made Southern Florida their permanent residence. Miami has one of the highest percentages of people of Hispanic origins in the U.S. The city's cultural mix offers a unique opportunity for our students to better understand the various ethnic groups that make up our community.The Miami Campus is responsive to the bilingual and multi-cultural community of South Florida.

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We are located in a thriving and modern 18-acre campus in the heart of the Doral Area in Miami, west of the Miami International Airport. The Miami Campus is located at 2173 NW 99th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33172. The area is readily accessible through four major thoroughfares: SR826 (Palmetto Expressway), SR836 (Dolphin Expressway), SR112 (Airport Expressway), and the Florida Turnpike.