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Elaine Marieb Nicpon College of Health and Human Servi

Elaine Marieb Nicpon College of Health and Human Servi

FGCU thanks Dr. Elaine Nicpon Marieb

 

The Elaine Nicpon Marieb College of Health & Human Services takes great pride in creating a positive, rich student-centered learning environment that is well grounded in didactic knowledge coupled with a strong clinical emphasis.

All of the programs offered in the College share a common theme in giving back to the communities we serve. Our education focus, therefore, ensures that our students will receive the most up to date, contemporary program that is supported through clinical partners in our community. All of the programs in the College are supported by Marieb Hall - a brand new state-of-the-art building that contains instructional classrooms, instructional and research laboratories, and clinical simulation laboratories that are second to none.

Moreover, Marieb Hall will continue to support our faculty’s innovative teaching, undergraduate and graduate student research areas, as well as foster the community service mission of the College. The results of our student learning and program outcomes speak for themselves as we enjoy nearly 100% national board passing rates and job placements for our graduates. I invite you to explore our website further to learn more about who we are and the programs we can offer you. It is truly a transformational time to be a student in the Elaine Nicpon Marieb College of Health & Human Services, and there is no question it is a great time to be an Eagle at Florida Gulf Coast University!!

Mitchell L. Cordova, PhD, ATC
Professor & Dean


Featured News
 Dr. Marieb

As of Feb. 24, the College bears a new name, Elaine Nicpon Marieb College of Health & Human Services, in recognition of this longtime philanthropist’s $10 million pledge to advance health professions at FGCU.

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 Health Pro

David W. and Dr. Alise G. Bartley recently pledged $1 million to FGCU’s College of Health Professions and Social Work. The gift was inspired by Alise Bartley’s educational experiences and desire to make a difference for others through therapy and counseling, particularly through marriage and family counseling, which is her area of professional expertise.

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