International College  

Naples Campus      
Fort Myers Campus
2655 Northbrooke Drive              4501 Colonial Boulevard
Naples, FL  34119                         Fort Myers, FL  3396
1-800-466-8017                           1-800-466-0019

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Founded in 1990 as International College, the name was changed to Hodges University in May, 2007 to honor a generous gift by Earl and Thelma Hodges, avid supporters of the institution. It is regionally accredited y the Commission on Colleges of the Southern association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. Hodges University provides students with programs that prepare them for careers, with flexible class schedules, and a variety of academic delivery methods and student services, both on campus and in the distance education arena. It has a School of Business, A school of allied Health, a School of Technology, and a School of Professional Studies, offering 11 bachelor’s degrees, 8 graduate degrees and 19 online degrees.
Transfer Agreement Highlights
An articulation agreement between the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida (ICUF) and the Florida Division of Community Colleges establishes uniform conditions between both educational systems for an effective and orderly transfer process for community  college students completing an Associate in Arts degree and transferring to an independent college or university in Florida.  The ICUF articulation agreement guarantees that a community college graduate will enter with junior standing; receive 60 credits toward the baccalaureate degree; and, receive recognition for the general education core taken at the community college.
Hodges University offers institutional and private scholarships made possible through the donations of private donors and foundations, as well as local organizations. Students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and a Hodges scholarship application for the purpose of obtaining financial aid. 

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