Florida's state universities remain under a temporary shut down as a result of Hurricane Irma.
Gov. Rick Scott originally ordered the schools closed to focus the state's efforts on emergency services and relief efforts.
FIU is closed until further notice.
Nearly 5,000 cars owned by students, neighbors and friends are parked in FIU school garages. they appear to be fine and can be picked up once curfews expire.
As for the FIU campus, a preliminary assessment found some flooding with water in some buildings, downed light posts and signs.
The University of Miami says that the earliest classes will resume is a week from today, on Monday, Sept. 18.
UM urges students, faculty, staff and visitors to stay away from campus for the time being, as trees are down and the area can be dangerous. They say crews are starting to clean up and assess damages.
Florida Atlantic University will remain closed through Tuesday, September 12.
Students, faculty and staff of FAU are asked to check FAU.edu/advisory for the latest information regarding the university's status.
Miami-Dade College will remain closed until further notice. For more information, students, faculty, staff and visitors can call the Miami-Dade College hotline at 305-237-7500.
All Nova Southeastern University campuses remain closed at this time and until further notice. Updates about re-openings will be posts at nova.edu/hurricane.
Nova says all information and updates will also be posted to their Twitter account's feed.
The University of Florida in Gainesville is not scheduled to resume classes until Wednesday of this week.
Meanwhile, Florida State University in Tallahassee will be closed for the entire week.