Normally, receiving a zero is not a good thing. However, there are exceptions, like when you receive a lot of them behind a number on a lottery check. At Hodges, we are giving new and returning students a zero when it comes to their application fees.
Through April 30, 2020, we are paying their application fees for them. It’s our way of demonstrating that we believe in them and want to help where we can. We are invested in our students. Last year, we awarded over $1M in scholarships and waivers to our students. How is that for an investment?
– Dr. John Meyer, Hodges University