In addition to our academic programs, Hodges University operates numerous centers and institutes that provide a wide array of educational opportunities and services to the Southwest Florida community.
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNE) at Hodges University is a training and support resource for nonprofit organizations in Southwest Florida. CNE programming is currently on hiatus to allow for a review to determine future direction, needs and priorities.
The Dr. Peter Thomas Veterans Services Center at Hodges University focuses on the special needs of today’s military veterans, active duty service members and their families. Twelve percent of the university’s student population is veteran/military students. In addition, Hodges University is the first university to have an American Legion Post on campus that is operated entirely by students.
Hodges University fulfills educational and personal enrichment needs for area seniors through facilitation of the Frances Pew Hayes Center for Lifelong Learning, the region’s leading lifelong learning initiative. The curriculum has a strong academic bias and focuses on areas such as literature, arts, music appreciation, history, current and world events, and computer technology.
Although the Identity Fraud Institute no longer exists as a stand-alone institute supported by Hodges University, the university remains devoted to the fight against identity theft. Hodges will continue to support the efforts of the Collier Identity Theft Task Force and host consumer workshops led by local expert, Carrie Kerskie.
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