Monthly Archives: March 2018

Rick Price
School has never been something Rick Price particularly enjoyed, yet during his time in the military, he knew it was essential to earn a degree if he planned to pursue a career after transitioning to civilian life. More than 10 years after retiring from the military and working in engineering, […]

Discovering Learning Knows No Age

Photograph of U.S. Dollar Bills
Today’s college students, whether traditional or non-traditional, are often balancing a multitude of responsibilities in addition to schooling. The paychecks they bring in from work pay for housing, utilities, food, clothing and other necessities for themselves and their families, but what about when they graduate? On top of the basic […]

Student Loan Debt: How You Can Pay It Off in ...

Lisa Cook
As a two-time alumna of Hodges University, Lisa Cook cannot say enough good things about her alma mater. As an adjunct faculty member in Hodges’ legal studies program, she is grateful to serve in a position that enables her to give back and hopefully inspire other students in their future […]

Giving Back to Her Alma Mater

Dr. Meyer on the Naples campus
When entering Dr. John Meyer’s office, you quickly realize his passion for cars and the automotive industry. Professing the business side of him questions the financial soundness of owning collector cars, given the opportunity, Meyer would be the next Jay Leno. Fascinated by cars from an early age, it led […]

Coming Home to Hodges