Ashley Colón

Criminal Justice and Applied Psychology 2018

Special Recognition: March 2016 Student of the Month

Semester of anticipated graduation:
Fall 2018

Career goal:
At this point in my schooling, I am still undecided on the specifics of possible career choices; however, I like the idea of careers close to those of law enforcement and government officials.   

Tell us a little about yourself and your life:
I transferred to Hodges University from Nova Southeastern just over two years ago. I was originally a biology major, which I soon found out was not for me. I am now a dual major in criminal justice and applied psychology and am very involved here at Hodges. I am currently a work-study in the Office of Student Success, as well as the chairperson for the Fort Myers Ambassadors Club, treasurer of the Communications Club and a member of the Psychology Club. I could not be more proud of myself and the goals that I have achieved in the short time of being part of the Hodges family.

What are your hobbies/extracurricular activities?
I love going on adventures and being outdoors. Kayaking and swimming are two of my favorite pastimes.

What has been your favorite class at Hodges University?
I have two classes that I have really enjoyed and that have expanded my way of thinking. My two favorite classes have included American National Government with Professor M. Rogers and Psychology of Deviance. 

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