Hodges University

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Hodges University
MottoStay Near. Go Far.
TypePrivate, Non-Profit
Established1990
AffiliationICUF
PresidentDr. John Meyer
ProvostDr. Marie Collins
Academic staff
102 total: 62 full-time faculty, 80 adjunct faculty (2015)
Students1,170
Undergraduates834
Postgraduates143
Other students
193
Location,
Florida
,
USA

26°16′33.1″N 81°44′18.3″W / 26.275861°N 81.738417°W / 26.275861; -81.738417Coordinates: 26°16′33.1″N 81°44′18.3″W / 26.275861°N 81.738417°W / 26.275861; -81.738417
Campus36.6 acres (0.15 km²)
ColoursNavy Blue and Coral Red
AffiliationsICUF, HACU
MascotHawk
Websitehttps://pathways.hodges.edu/

Hodges University (formerly International College), is a private university in Naples, Florida. Founded in 1990 as International College, it was renamed Hodges University in 2007. The Fort Myers campus opened in 1992.[1]

Academics[edit]

Hodges offers 11 associate degree programs, 14 bachelor's degree programs, six master's degree programs and several certificate programs.[2] The university also facilitates a comprehensive English as a Second Language (ESL) program.[3]

Hodges University also operates the Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning, the Dr. Peter Thomas Veterans Services Center and Center for Diversity, Inclusion and Cultural Competency.[4]

Since its 1990 inception, Hodges University has conferred more than 10,000 degrees.[5]

The university is organized into five colleges:

  • Fisher School of Technology
  • Johnson School of Business
  • Nichols School of Professional Studies
  • School of Health Sciences
  • School of General Studies

Accreditation[edit]

The university is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate, bachelor's and master's degrees.[6]

Eight degree programs within the Johnson School of Business are accredited through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education:

The Master of Science in clinical mental health counseling degree program is accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. The Associate in Science in physical therapist assistant (PTA) is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education.The Bachelor of Science in nursing (BSN) program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing ACEN. Hodges University is also a member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA,.

Campuses[edit]

In addition to the Naples and Fort Myers campuses, Hodges offers courses online and in an accelerated 4-week format.[7]

Library[edit]

Hodges University's Terry P. McMahan Library operates branches on both the Naples and Fort Myers campuses. Library services are available to university faculty, staff, students and alumni. The Library offers 24 study rooms (five on the Naples campus and 19 on the Fort Myers campus), which students may reserve for studying and/or group projects.[8]

Since 2003, the Terry P. McMahan Library has participated in the Federal Depository Library Program as a congressionally designated selective depository for U.S. Government documents (electronic documents only). Hodges is one of two federal depository libraries in Southwest Florida.[9]

Students[edit]

  • Enrollment – 1170 (Fall 2019)
  • Full-time – 60%; Part-time – 40%
  • Average Age: 33 (17% of students are 23 years old or younger, 43% of students are between the ages of 24-34, 27.5% of students are between the ages of 35-45, and 11.8% of students are 46 years old or older.)
  • Female – 66%; Male – 34%
  • 45% Hispanic, 14% African American, 34% White/non-Hispanic, and 6% other minorities.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Hodges".
  2. ^ https://pathways.hodges.edu/courses/certificate-programs/
  3. ^ "Find Your Pathway to Success With Our ESL Program!". Pathways.Hodges.edu.
  4. ^ "Center & Institutes".
  5. ^ 2015-2016 Fact Book. https://pathways.hodges.edu/institutional-effectiveness/.
  6. ^ "About Hodges".
  7. ^ https://pathways.hodges.edu/academic-table/
  8. ^ "Terry P. McMahan Library".
  9. ^ "Terry P. McMahan Library".
  10. ^ "Institutional Effectiveness and Research Fall 2017 Enrollment Statistics".

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