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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


Arnold and his wife, Gabriella in Taormina, Sicily
How One Professor Went from Investing on Wall Street to Investing in the Classroom Arnold Miyamoto has experienced life at opposite ends of the spectrum. Immersed in Wall Street finance for nearly 30 years, he managed 450+ people at a time across the globe, working for the investment banking arms […]

Trading Spaces


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. Amber Pope
Starting from a young age, Dr. Amber Pope was intrigued by the human condition and what makes people think and act a certain way. After witnessing what she believed to be mental health issues among some of those closest to her, she was inspired to pursue a career in counseling, […]

Opening the Conversation


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



Pilar Contardo
As one of the universal languages, English is spoken by individuals of all ages, races and cultures throughout the world. At Hodges University, the English as a Second Language (ESL) program attracts students from various parts of the world who desire to learn a language far different from their own. […]

Learning to Speak the Universal Language


Image of success written in the sand.
Hodges University is home to almost 2,000 students, each with their own story to tell. Many students face struggles every day, whether it is financial, medical, family or work, but each student has something to prove, either to themselves or to someone else. For Jeanette “Jay” Colon, a degree means […]

Succeeding in the Face of Doubt


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How Hodges is Changing Lives – One Student, Faculty and Staff Member at a Time Fall has arrived at Hodges University, and students, faculty, staff and administrators are preparing for another successful semester. For members of the Hodges community, a strong sense of Panther Pride exists within the walls of […]

The Impact of Our University