Welcome Future Hawks!
Welcome to Hodges U! We know choosing to further your education is an exciting decision, one that is also full of questions. With Hodges U, we’ve got you covered.
Our qualified College Admissions Coordinators will assist in helping you move your application through the admissions process. Whether you are interested in Graduate, Undergraduate, ESL, or Certifications, we are here to help you get the most from your college experience.
The First Step is the Hardest. Begin Your Journey Today.
Quick View of Our Admissions Process
Complete Your Application.
Speak with Your Personal Admissions Advisor.
Submit Your Supporting Documentation.
Acceptance, Orientation, and Registration. You’re Nearly There!
Want to learn more about each step? Below we will walk you through the entire process.
Step 1 – Submit Your Application
The first step in the admissions process is to submit your application. This can be done online by submitting the fast application or by visiting our campus in Fort Myers.
Step 2 – Connect With Your Personal Admissions Advisor
If you submit your fast application online, your personal admissions advisor will contact you by phone, text, and/or email to set up a time to discuss your future at Hodges U. This discussion may be held over the phone or in-person at our Fort Myers campus.
The purpose of the introduction discussion is to help you determine if Hodges University is the right fit for your higher education needs and to collaboratively build the custom pathway for your education at Hodges University. Once this step is complete, you will receive an invitation to our community portal where you will finalize your personalized application, submit any documents that may be required, and pay your application fee.
If you submit your application in person on campus, steps 1 and 2 may be combined.
Step 3 – Submit Your Documentation
The necessary documents may vary based on your program of interest, academic history, method of payment, and citizenship status. Your admissions advisor will guide you through the needed documentation.
Required documentation may include:
- Financial Aid Documents
- Identification Documents
- Admissions Essay
Don’t worry we’ll be there to assist you through the documentation process. We make it as easy as possible!
Step 4 and Beyond – Acceptance and Registration. You’re Nearly There!
Once you have completed the application process, you will receive your acceptance decision within a few days. We will be contacting you to finalize your registration, and you will become officially enrolled at Hodges U!
Be Bold. Apply Today.
Special Enrollment Procedures
Certain programs require special enrollment processes in addition to the above admissions steps. Please see the pages below for specific program information.
Online learning/distance education students may initiate a complaint via email to email@example.com.
In the event the online/distance education students feels the complaint was not managed properly by the institution, the students may submit the complaint to the following state contact:
a) The ombudsman serves as the state’s primary point of contact for addressing questions and concerns from private school officials and program offices.
Equitable Services Ombudsman
b) If the Ombudsman is unable to assist you, contact Office of Articulation within the Department of Education.
Online learning/distance education students who have completed the Hodges University grievance process and the applicable state grievance process may appeal non-instructional complaints to the Florida State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement Postsecondary Reciprocal Distance Education Coordinating Council (FL-SARA PRDEC). For additional information on the complaint process, please visit the FL-SARA Complaint Process page.
The following applicable policies (8.1 Student Rights and Responsibilities and 8.4 Student Grievance Policy) are published in the Hodges University student Handbook which can be found here.