In December 2017, Holy Names University was awarded a $603,250 grant from The Fletcher Jones Foundation, an organization dedicated to the support of private, non-profit colleges and universities in California.
The generous grant will jump-start a broad digital learning initiative and support HNU in enriching its online programs and courses, continuing a strong historical tradition of educating non-traditional and professional students.
HNU’s Instructional Designer, Katrina Fullman says the grant will help the University develop unique online classes that blend HNU’s signature "high touch," personalized approach with new and engaging technology.
“We are thankful that The Fletcher Jones Foundation supports our vision to promote innovative learning opportunities for all students,” said Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Lizbeth Martin. “The digital learning initiative will reinvigorate an important piece of HNU’s history and mission by providing accessible, quality education for non-traditional students, in addition to HNU’s traditional population.”
If you are interested in supporting HNU’s digital learning initiative please contact Alison Mundy, Director of Advancement at email@example.com or 510-436-1011.