Dr. John Meyer, president of Hodges University, was elected as treasurer for the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida (ICUF) executive committee and as treasurer of ICUF’s Foundation. His term is for two years.
“I’m pleased to have been nominated to serve on the executive committee,” said Dr. Meyer. “The macro economy and the novel corona virus are causing us all to face unprecedented challenges, so having a committee that helps look at the big picture and be supportive of our member institutions is important.”
ICUF consists of 30 private colleges and universities that serve 156,000 students statewide. Together, these institutions award 30 percent of the bachelor’s degrees, and 40 percent of the master’s degrees and PhDs annually. ICUF colleges and universities have nearly $1.2B in assets with annual operating budgets of $6.1B with 38,000 employees.