Life at Hodges


Hodges University Graduation
As a single mother of two young children, Megan McDaniel doesn’t have much time to herself. Her days consist of going to work, attending her children’s sporting events and spending a few hours with them at home before tucking them into bed, sitting down at a computer and focusing on […]

The Fast Track to a Better Life


Students on Hodges University's Naples Campus
There are probably a handful of traits you look for when selecting a college or university. Location, program and course offerings, flexible schedules and price are all worthy of consideration, but the most important feature of an institution should be whether or not it is accredited. Why? The United States […]

Accreditation: What it Means and How it Benefits You


Employers Share Their Advice with Hodges Students Each year, the number of students graduating from colleges and universities grows higher, which means more competition in the workforce. From business to health care to technology, every student is vying for positions that are being scouted by others entering or currently in […]

Preparing a Workforce



Professor wearing lab coat having discussion with college students
Once you’ve earned your bachelor’s degree, you may be wondering if a master’s degree is beneficial to your future. One of the most obvious reasons to earn a master’s degree is to advance your career and increase your earning potential; however, much of your decision is dependent upon your desired […]

Why Getting a Master’s Degree Is Important


How much time will I need to devote to school work? Will I be able to balance school, work and family time? When individuals are trying to decide if going back to school is the right course of action, we, as Hodges University faculty and staff, understand the importance of […]

A Week in the Life of a Hodges University Student


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



Steps to take before tax season
By Carrie Kerskie, Director of the Identity Fraud Institute As you begin to prepare your taxes, you may include the following identity theft mitigation steps. Credit Reports If you have not done so already, request your free credit reports. You are entitled to one free credit report every 12 months […]

Steps to Take During Tax Season


disability
Going back to school or enrolling in college for the first time can present various challenges ranging from lack of confidence to fear of the unknown. For students with disabilities, the challenges can become so overwhelming that finishing the week’s assignments, never mind the full semester, may seem nearly impossible. […]

Hiding Among the Crowd


Black History Month
February is Black History Month, and it is a time to celebrate the achievements African-Americans have made throughout history. As an institution of higher learning, Hodges University promotes diversity, equity, inclusion and cultural competency, and to celebrate Black History Month, we are highlighting one student, faculty, staff and alumni, who […]

Celebrating Black History Month