So much to do at FGCU
As Southwest Florida’s hub for arts and athletics, our campus is constantly abuzz with live performances, exhibitions and events that showcase noteworthy artists and musicians as well as our own stars in the making.
The Bower School of Music & the Arts features 150 art, music and theatre events each year, many of them free and open to the public.Explore arts
Artistry of a different sort draws students, alumni and sports fans to “Dunk City,” as we became known with the national rise of our basketball program.meet the eagles
The Lee County/FGCU Aquatics Center invites the whole family to dive into the fun or learn to swim. Any student or full-time faculty/staff with a valid Eagle ID may use the pool free.see more
Engaging minds is as important as providing fun physical activities, and FGCU presents numerous lectures that welcome the public as well as students — and most are free.browse programs
- Nov 30 NIGHT AT THE NEST 20185:00pm - 9:00pmAlico Arena - Main Gym Floor, Alico Arena-Auxiliary Gym, Alico Arena - Hospitality Suite, Alico Arena - Lobby, Baseball/Softball Complex, Softball Field, Tennis Courts, Alico Arena - 3rd Floor Conference Room, Alico Arena Parking Lot, Swanson Stadium,...
WGCU Public Media
Tune into WGCU Public Media, our own Peabody Award-winning, on-campus PBS/NPR affiliate. In addition to its popular national programming, WGCU-TV has produced more than 160 compelling documentaries that keep us all well informed on the state of our state.Visit WGCU
Carnegie Hall soloist returns to alma mater
Pianist Priscila Navarro, who played the New York landmark as an undergraduate in 2013, will come back to thrill listeners with a recital March 29 featuring her mentor and FGCU Head of Keyboard Studies Michael Baron.Get Details
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