The Hodges University Ambassadors are the face of HU. Students in this organization participate in community service projects and social activities, which yield leadership skills and lasting friendships.
The Hodges University Naples and Fort Myers campuses host Legal Studies Society meetings throughout the year. The meetings are open to all current students and alumni interested in the legal field. The purpose of the Legal Studies Society is to offer networking as well as to keep Hodges University students and alumni informed of changes and needs of the court system and legal community within Southwest Florida.
HU Sports Club
The Sports Club was created to give students, faculty, staff, and Alumni a healthy and active alternative. Mission: To provide opportunities for better health through sports; to inspire communication between individuals in the University community, and to increase awareness of our athletic abilities and potential.
Johnson School of Business Club
The mission of the 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 Business Club promotes diversity and believes that diversity is an important part of the health of an organization.
The Mission of the Multicultural Committee is to enhance multiculturalism on the Hodges University campuses and learning sites through education, recognition, support of student organizations, and celebration of diversity.
The Committee's goals are:
Fisher School of Technology Society
To recognize the heritage and accomplishments of the Hodges University students and provide advocacy for students of diverse racial, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
To provide activities to facilitate the awareness of diversity.
To increase awareness of the global environment on the campus and beyond.
To create an educational experience that will build an understanding and caring of others in order to ensure a positive vision for the future.
The Fisher School of Technology Society has been formed to improve the awareness of technology around the Hodges community. The Fisher School of Technology Society believes that 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.
The mission of the Psychology Club is to support the Applied Psychology program and educate current students and alumni in integrating learning with the real world.
Allied Health Club
The 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.
The Veteran’s Club strives to provide support in the form of social guidance through the educational system to veterans, their families and all others utilizing the services of the VA for educational purposes.
The Senate is made up of one representative from each organization, purposely to coordinate ideas so that HU is well represented.