master’s degree


Justin Chait, owner of Gnarly Harley Paddle, LLC.
College is often viewed simply as a time for learning. Students attend class, listen to the professor, read from a textbook and study in order to remember the information. However, a textbook to test learning style isn’t always the most effective way for a student to prove he/she knows the […]

Putting His Plan into Action


Professor Liana Calderin with her family.
When her students experience intimidation or doubt, Professor Liana Calderin encourages them by saying, “The sky will always be blue. Everything else that happens is just bad weather that will pass. When you wake up tomorrow, the sky will still be blue.” As a Hodges University alumna, she is familiar […]

Embracing Challenge to Help Build the Future


Anita Penn Daswani
Surrounded by people who have made a career of helping others, it is no surprise Anita Penn Daswani plans to follow in the same footsteps. Inspired by her mother, who is a teacher, as well as her father-in-law, who is a bereavement counselor, she looks forward to graduation and beginning […]

Finding Her Way at Hodges



Arthur Boyer
At 6 years old, Dr. Arthur Boyer remembers his father stating, “you are going to be educated.” Growing up in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, education was an invaluable tool, and for Boyer, his father took education very seriously. Dedicated and studious, Boyer’s passion for French literature did not go unnoticed by his […]

A Two-Week American Journey Turns Into 25 Years


4 Ways to Avoid Plagiarism
By Brittany O’Neill, assistant librarian in the Terry P. McMahan Library Now that the fall semester is underway, you may have big papers or projects on the horizon. You know that plagiarism violates Hodges University’s Academic Honesty Policy and can have serious consequences, but maybe you are not sure about […]

Proceeding with Caution: 4 Ways to Avoid Plagiarism


Three Tips to Increase English Skills While in College
By Leisha Cali, director of the English as a Second Language program If English is not your first language and you are pursuing a college degree in a country or at a university where English is used, you know that increasing your understanding and use of academic English will determine […]

Three Tips to Increase English Skills While in College



By Dr. April Brown, LMHC, NCC, Ed.D., director of counseling services Whether you have made the decision to attend Hodges University, or you are expressing interest in becoming a student, that is a reason to celebrate! This step is a new beginning. If you are a Hodges student, a successful […]

Six Ways to Celebrate Life


Best of Criminal Justice at Hodges University
There are many advantages to enrolling in Hodges University’s criminal justice program, including opportunities in experiential learning and receiving instruction by expert professors who have years of experience in the field. Your decision to earn a degree in criminal justice will give you the skills you need to succeed in […]

Discover the Best of Hodges University’s Criminal Justice Program


Online Classes
You are wondering if the idea of going back to school is feasible, especially with the schedule you maintain. You ask yourself, how can I go to school when I get off work at 5 p.m. (some days), take care of the kids and manage day-to-day responsibilities? The answer is […]

Five Questions You Should Ask Yourself When Considering Online Classes