Celebrate free speech at Nov. 13 festival at FGCU 0

October 12, 2018

Daylong 1st Amendment event features NPR’s Mara Liasson and other journalists...

Native American Film Fest aims to foster understanding 0

October 10, 2018

Oct. 25-Nov. 15 series is free and open to the public...

Elliott elected president of international honor society 0

October 4, 2018

Dr. Elizabeth M. Elliott, a professor in FGCU’s College of Education and director of...

FGCU, FSW strengthen partnership to benefit students 0

October 4, 2018

Two of Southwest Florida’s largest educational institutions, Florida SouthWestern State College...

Learn the write stuff at Sanibel conference Nov. 8-11 0

October 3, 2018

Florida Gulf Coast University invites working and aspiring writers to learn...

Ground broken for new Recreation & Wellness Center 0

September 28, 2018

Florida Gulf Coast University officially broke ground Sept. 27 on its...

Tournament raises $30,000 for FGCU scholarships 0

September 21, 2018

Foundation fundraiser supports new construction management major...

Parsons receives $5.9 million to study toxic algae in seafood 0

September 21, 2018

Imagine eating a piece of fish and subsequently losing the ability...

New PBS series to film in Southwest Florida 0

September 19, 2018

Local residents invited to share stories through family photo albums...

New program preps students for Peace Corps 0

September 5, 2018

Attend information sessions to learn more about program starting in spring...

Florida Gulf Coast University’s Founder’s Cup set for Oct. 5 0

August 30, 2018

For the 27th year, Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) will unite golfers with stunning vistas and...

FGCU author’s book touted in Wall Street Journal 0

August 30, 2018

When FGCU Associate Professor Lyn Millner  published a book in 2015 about a...