Hodges University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (2)
I have received two degrees from Hodges University. Both were challenging, affordable and prepared me for the professional environment adequately. The Hodges University staff are helpful at every level, and the faculty is knowledgable and genuinely concerned about student welfare and education outcome. The school has bronze standard accreditation, and lacks many of the industry professional specific accreditation and certification needed to compete with other private institutions. The management claims to be working on obtaining said certification, but after nearly 4 years of association with the university, I have seen no real progress or change. If you are a prospective online student, you may find better value elsewhere, at schools that can offer professional certification bundled with your degree of choice. Hodges is a good school, trying to become a great University. They have awesome faculty and staff, but need real leadership to transform into an excellent value... Something their management talks a lot about, but has consistently failed to produce.
I started classes with Hodges University on the fall 2013 after trying to enroll with at least 3 other online universities. I declined the others because there was always something I didn't totally like about them. I don't have any complaints about the school, finances, professors, etc. I think Hodges is a good university, the staff and professors are friendly and helpful. The finances are well organized, they have schedules for refunds (this is something of interest) so whatever is supposed to be refunded to the student; it will be refunded through Higher One (this can be routed to your personal bank). I do not have to beg anyone for anything. I am part time student and haven't graduated yet, I'm thinking about upgrading my degree to bachelor's but after reading some reviews, I will stay with Hodges. I just wanted to see if there were any other programs with less credits; but seems like Hodges has a very solid legal curriculum already. I wanted to leave a review since Hodges doesn't have any. The only down part is that they don't give military discount to spouses unless the military member goes active but considering other universities tuitions; I think, I can live without the discount. The semesters last 4 months and they offer mini terms, lots of readings and assignments to complete, the final exams are proctored (I hated the idea but it doesn't bother me anymore). I think, complaining about workload is not an option when trying for a career.