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Are you interested in the idea of working in a courtroom? Maybe you aspire to protect others by becoming a member of your local police force. From court reporter to law enforcement, enrolling in a criminal justice degree program will provide you with the tools you need to succeed in […]

Criminal Justice and Law-Related Programs: What You Need to Know


Saving money with scholarships
By Dr. Marcia Turner, dean of students at Hodges University Making the decision to enter college comes with much research, review and financial analysis. Yes, the decision to enter college is a major investment; however, it is the type of investment that you make in yourself, which lasts a lifetime. […]

Saving Money with Scholarships


Miguel in class.
When Miguel Rivera was a young boy in Ponce, Puerto Rico, he knew three things: he wanted to be just like his father, who was a professional baseball player, he needed to learn English, and he needed to study hard. Successful in each of these areas, his interest in math […]

Giving Students the Chance to be Successful



Nicole Fleschute
It has been three years since Nicole Fleschute made the decision to transition from military to civilian life. No stranger to hard work, her journey from growing up in Virginia to serving in the United States Army to pursuing a bachelor’s degree in management from Hodges University has not been […]

Personal Struggles Lead to an Inspiring Comeback


The word “internship” is often associated with younger college students who possess little or no experience in their chosen field, but who are looking to receive the training and experience needed to stand out to potential employers. However, in today’s world, internships are no longer viewed as an option solely […]

Importance of Internships for Adult Learners


Experiential Learning
Steven Mintz, executive director of the University of Texas System’s Institute for Transformational Learning and professor of history at the University of Texas at Austin, describes experiential education as a type of learning that “is largely an ‘add-on’” in higher education. “These real world, hands-on experiences can give students insight […]

The Value of Experiential Learning in College



Dr. Peter Thomas Veterans Services Center
By Christine Manson, director of veterans services at Hodges University and U.S. Air Force reservist.  The transition from combat to college can be difficult for many veterans. While some students feel prepared to enter into a classroom environment, others struggle with the feeling of inadequacy. At Hodges University, 12 percent […]

Three Tips for Veteran Students to be Successful in College


David Tipayaosoth
Name: Kasidit Tipayaosoth (David) Program of Study: Cybersecurity and Forensics Semester of anticipated graduation: Summer 2017 Career goal: After I obtain my bachelor’s degree, I would like to go on and earn a master’s degree. Then we shall see where life takes me. Tell us a little about yourself and […]

April 2016 Student of the Month: Kasidit Tipayaosoth (David)


Financial Aid Office
By Cara Hallett, financial aid manager at Hodges University and Patrick Hoffman, director of financial aid It is not uncommon for prospective students to be ready for college but unsure of how to pay for an education. Often, the mere thought of a student loan can be frightening. However, there […]

Removing the Negative Mindset: Five Student Loan Benefits