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    Scholarship Support Offers the Gift of a Lifetime

    For many students at Hodges University, the importance of scholarships and financial aid cannot be overstated. The scholarship programs at Hodges award more than 300 scholarships each year. You may be surprised to know that more than 80 percent of our current student population receives some type of financial assistance. Our students need your support. Scholarships are critical to their academic success.

    General Scholarships

    The Friends of the University Education Support Scholarship awards students the cost of one (or more) courses at Hodges University, based on established criteria. Donors can support the Friends of the University Education Support Scholarship with donations of $1,000 or more.

     

    Named Scholarships

    Named scholarships require a minimum gift of $25,000, and the donor can provide input as to what criteria he/she wants to use for his/her scholarship. There can be an unlimited amount of named scholarships, each at $25,000 or more.

     

    Endowed Scholarships

    An endowed scholarship is a gift that creates a permanent legacy for Hodges University students. Endowed scholarships require a minimum gift of $100,000 and are placed in a permanent fund. A portion of the income earned from that fund provides scholarship assistance to students, both on a need and merit basis. The donor can provide input as to what criteria he/she wants to use for his/her scholarship. There can be an unlimited amount of endowed scholarships, each at $100,000 or more.

    For information on establishing an endowed scholarship, please contact Phil Memoli, Vice President of University Advancement, at (239) 938-7827.

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