Hodges University announced today that it plans to rename their Immokalee Learning Site after the building’s donors, Dick and Florence Nogaj. The renaming ceremony will be part of an open house scheduled for Saturday, March 8, 2008, from 11am to 2pm at the Harvest Center at Jubilation, 1170 Harvest Drive in Immokalee.
“The generous donation of the Harvest Center to Hodges University by Dick and Florence Nogaj is helping us make a difference in the future of Immokalee and its residents,” said Dr. Terry McMahan, President of Hodges University. “In renaming the building in their honor, we hope it will serve as a lasting testament of their dedication to the community in furthering the educational opportunities for residents there.”
Joining the University in honoring the Nogaj’s will be guest speakers State Representative Matt Hudson - District 101, and Collier County Commissioner Jim Coletta.
During the open house, admissions coordinators will be on hand to answer questions regarding enrollment procedures and provide detailed course information for prospective students. Classes offered at the Learning Site include English as a Second Language as well as associate degree classes.
Hodges University has main campuses in Naples and Ft. Myers, plus learning sites in Cape Coral, Key West and the counties of Charlotte, Manatee, Pasco and Hernando in addition to the new Immokalee site.
For more information, call (239) 657-7710.