• Judie Fox, Student Development Coordinator, with a student on the Fort Myers campus.
  • Student Organizations

    Hodges University strives to encourage co-curricular learning and personal development through student engagement. Student organizations connect the campus community by highlighting opportunities for meaningful involvement. We support the mission-driven work of our student organizations and work to provide student leaders with the vital skills and resources needed to make their organizations more effective, inclusive and impactful.

    Are you looking to learn more about Hodges’ clubs and organizations? Do you want to hear from other students about their experience? Find out how you can make the most of your college experience by reading our latest article!

    HU Ambassadors

    The Hodges University Ambassadors are the face of the university. Students in this organization participate in community service projects and social activities, which yield leadership skills and lasting friendships.

    Allied Health Club

    Hodges University’s Allied Health Club was created to support the Allied Health program and inspire current students and alumni in participating in activities while integrating school studies with real-world experiences.

    Fisher School of Technology Society

    Hodges University’s Fisher School of Technology Society was formed to improve the awareness of technology around the Hodges community. The Fisher School of Technology Society believes technology should be a tool to expand our imagination, the key to unlock our communication with others, and the way to experience the world in a whole new light. Membership is open to all current students and alumni of Hodges University.

    Johnson School of Business Club

    The mission of Hodges University’s Johnson School of Business Club is to assist current students and alumni in integrating learning with the real business world. This is accomplished through the provision of networking opportunities with other students and business professionals, mentoring, a speaker series, and other activities that support students and graduates in attainment of their professional career goals. The Johnson School of Business Club promotes diversity and believes that diversity is an important part of the health of an organization.

    Psychology Club

    The mission of the Hodges University Psychology Club is to support the Applied Psychology program and educate current students and alumni in integrating learning with the real world.

    Communication Club

    The Hodge University Communication Club’s mission is to support club members in attaining higher level communication skills and promote understanding of best communication practices. Through club activities and service to the community, our members acquire expertise in communication that will assist them in their future goals, both personally and professionally. As an organization representing Hodges University, we not only welcome but celebrate diversity.

    Student Senate

    The Hodges University Student Senate is made up of one representative from each organization, purposely to coordinate ideas so Hodges University is well represented.

  • Need Help?

    Dean of Students
    Dr. Marcia Turner
    Dean of Students
    Student Development
    Phone: (239) 598-6144
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    The year International College was renamed Hodges University to honor benefactors Earl and Thelma Hodges.
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    An Advocate for Students with Disabilities.

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