March 12, 2019 –NAPLES/FORT MYERS, FLA – Santiago Arenas has joined Hodges University as the Senior Creative Designer of Marketing Content. In this position, he will be responsible for creating all university branding and design, and overseeing the design and production of university marketing materials. Santiago will also assist with the marketing, advertising, and promotion […]
Hodges University Ranked in Top 3 Safest Schools in Florida; Top 3% Nationally February 12, 2019 –NAPLES/FORT MYERS, FLA – Hodges University has once again been named one of the Top 3 Safest Schools in the state of Florida. The university is also ranked in the top three percent nationally. “Being in the top three […]
Hodges University Named Gold Military Friendly School for 2019-2020 February 11, 2019 –NAPLES/FORT MYERS, FLA – Hodges University has once again been named a Military Friendly School. The university earned the highest rank, gold, for this distinction. Of the over 8,800 schools considered nationwide, 766 earned this designation. Hodges University is one of only two […]
Dedicated to serving as a military-friendly institution, Hodges University received a gift of $10,000 from the Heritage Palms Veterans Association to benefit Hodges’ veteran scholarship fund. A short ceremony took place on December 12th in the Dr. Peter Thomas Veterans Services Center in Fort Myers. #HodgesU
Each year, Hodges University employees celebrate the holidays by giving to children. This year, they opened their hearts wide and donated over 500 toys for Toys for Tots. “The generosity of all of our faculty and staff is heartwarming,” said Dr. John Meyer, president, Hodges University. “It’s rewarding to know that these toys will help […]
Hodges University is the first higher education institution in Southwest Florida to earn the Blue Zones designation for a workplace for both campuses. The Blue Zones initiative promotes changes that can lead to a longer and healthier life. In the November 8, 2018 issue of Naples Daily News, Hodges was featured as one of several […]
In an effort to provide students with “innovative programming and greater accessibility,” Dr. John Meyer, president of Hodges University, discusses the university’s new Pathways to Success in the Saturday, October 27, 2018 edition of Naples Daily News. Read the full article here.
How One Professor Went from Investing on Wall Street to Investing in the Classroom Arnold Miyamoto has experienced life at opposite ends of the spectrum. Immersed in Wall Street finance for nearly 30 years, he managed 450+ people at a time across the globe, working for the investment banking arms at Bank of America and Citi. […]