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How do I check my credit reports?
By Carrie Kerskie, Director of the Identity Fraud Institute at Hodges University Conducting a simple internet search will reveal numerous websites offering to provide you with your free credit reports. However, this could result in you subscribing to a service you do not want or need. Even worse, you could […]

How do I Get My Credit Reports?


Master of Health Services Administration
The health care industry in the United States may be in flux, but one thing is certain: The need for health care services is growing. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the economy is projected to add 2.3 million new health care jobs between 2014 and 2024. […]

What Is Health Services Administration? How to Enhance Your Career ...


A Masters in Legal Studies - Careers for Non-Lawyers
Did you know there are so many federal laws in the U.S. that the Library of Congress has thrown up its hands, calling any effort to count the number of laws a “fruitless effort?” And that’s just the federal laws! Even on state and local levels, a deluge of new […]

What Can You Do with a Master’s in Legal Studies? ...



The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Being “Social”
Do you think that negative comment you made on Facebook about your previous employer isn’t a big deal, or that photo of you and your friends drinking at a college party five years ago will be viewed as “just the typical college student?” Guess again. Warren Buffett once said, “It […]

The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Being “Social”


Matthew Cogswell
As human beings, we identify the hardships in our lives by calling them hurdles, mountains or roadblocks. We spend our lives working to overcome them as quickly as possible; however, these hardships can begin to pile, making it difficult to move forward. This is when we take hold of the […]

Finding the Constant in His Life


Virginia Demezier Bien Aime
There is saying associated with an individual who has many talents and must balance multiple responsibilities. Whether it is at work or at home, this person is referred to as someone “who wears many hats.” Oftentimes, these hats become so jumbled it can be difficult to find the original person […]

Virginia Demezier Bien Aime Reclaims Her Identity at Hodges University



Students in PTA class at Hodges
Are you looking for a satisfying and enjoyable career in the medical field that provides you opportunities to help others? Maybe becoming a doctor or a nurse doesn’t sound right for you, but have you thought about a future in physical therapy? For the patient recovering from a car accident […]

Build Your Future as a Physical Therapist Assistant


Student reading an electronic book.
As a nonprofit university consisting of a nontraditional study body, Hodges University strives to ensure its students receive not only a valuable education, but also, the highest level of professional and personalized service. Understanding the financial commitments students must adhere to when choosing to pursue a degree, the university continually […]

Creating a More Cost Effective Approach for Students


Edward Davis
If Edward Davis could choose one word to describe himself, it would be “driven.” From life in the military, to becoming a first-generation college graduate and continuing his educational pursuits in a master’s program, to managing his own business, Davis isn’t afraid of taking on new challenges. Growing up in […]

A Life of Firsts