Florida Gulf Coast University

Florida Gulf Coast University’s Wind Orchestra performs at Carnegie Hall on Friday night. It’s the first time an FGCU musical ensemble will play at the venerable concert venue in midtown Manhattan.

Conductor and head of instrumental studies Dr. Rod Chesnutt said it will be the first visit to the Big Apple for some and the first airplane ride for other members of the orchestra. For all of them it will be a once in a lifetime performance on a stage where artists have gone to make a name for themselves.

Amy Tardif

A special committee of The Florida Gulf Coast University Board of Trustees decided not to remove any active degree programs from the university catalog Wednesday. Trustees will leave such decisions in the hands of administrators.

Market Outlook 2015

Apr 1, 2015
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Florida Gulf Coast University hosts the Market Outlook 2015 Conference April 3. The annual forum brings together economic experts, students and the local business community for a review and in depth analysis of the local, regional and national economies. The event also includes projections for what’s expected to be a rapidly changing economic scene in the coming year. This year’s speakers include Federal Reserve Bank Executive Vice President and Director of Research, David Altig along with Fannie Mae Chief Economist and Senior Vice President Douglas Duncan. We’ll explore the latest information and insights on the regional and national economies. 

FGCU Students Ticketed for Parking Near Arena

Feb 27, 2015

Florida Gulf Coast University now requires students living in dorms near its sports complex to move their cars during basketball games.

Ashley Lopez / WGCU

Gov. Rick Scott stopped by Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers Friday. He announced new proposals aimed at making college more affordable.