The Wolfsonian offers resources and programs that enrich FIU students’ academic and social experiences. The museum welcomes students to its exhibitions, programs, and rare books library, and provides places for students to hold events. Admission to the museum is always free to FIU students, and a free student membership offers a discount in the Wolfsonian Museum Shop.
For information about the programs described below, contact email@example.com or 305-535-2649 / 305-535-2613.
Student Membership All currently enrolled FIU students are eligible for a free Wolfsonian student membership, which allows students free admission to exhibition openings and other special events as well as a ten percent discount in the Wolfsonian Museum Shop.
Tours The Wolfsonian can arrange guided tours of the galleries for student clubs and organizations, given advance notice of two weeks. The museum also offers public tours on Friday nights at 6:00pm. All tours are free for FIU students. To register for a tour, complete The Wolfsonian Group Tour Request Form for Higher Education.
Internships The Wolfsonian internship program is currently being altered and improved. As a result, we will not be accepting applications for summer 2016. Please check back soon for exciting internship opportunities starting in the fall of 2016.
Wolfsonian @ Frost Art Museum (MMC Campus) In order to make its collection more accessible to the FIU community, The Wolfsonian periodically offers targeted exhibitions on the Modesto A. Maidique campus. The Frost Art Museum has generously provided space for a Wolfsonian Teaching Gallery, which presents faculty-curated exhibitions each Fall and Spring semester. In addition, The Wolfsonian also presents exhibitions in the Green Library’s display area.
Student Research Support The Wolfsonian’s collections are an exceptional resource for student research in a variety of fields, and the museum’s staff is committed to offering support for student projects. See the RESEARCH/LIBRARY section for general information about research at The Wolfsonian, as well as the Research Guide to the Collections of The Wolfsonian [LINK TO PDF in RESEARCH/LIBRARY SECTION].