• Community Resources

    Hodges University maintains lists of community resources and national hotlines to assist students with connections to invaluable services listed in the Student Handbook.

    Students, locally or at a distance, should contact the Director of Counseling and ADA Coordinator for personal advisement in seeking referrals.

    Sexual Predators and Offenders

    The Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender Act

    In accordance to state statutes, registered sexual predators and sexual offenders must register with the Department of Law Enforcement. Convicted sex offenders from out of state must register in Florida within 48 hours of establishing residence.

    The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has created a web tool for interested parties to search their database. This database may be used to find sex offenders and predators by name, address, city, county, or zip code.

    This is the link to the Public Sex Offender & Predator Website:
    http://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/homepage.do;jsessionid=dw6CM0YHnl-eOSh1l8U w_

    As part of the Jacob Wetterling Act, Hodges University will make notifications to the community of anyone who is enrolled or employed at the university. Known offenders currently enrolled or employed at Hodges University: There are none. 

    Hodges University Policy

    The university reserves the right to deny admission to an applicant when such action is deemed to be in the best interest of the applicant or the university.

    The university does not accept applicants with a felony record or registered sexual predators or offenders into its programs of study.

    Related Resources

    This is the link to the actual legislation regarding the Wetterling Act:
    Jacob Wetterling Crimes Against Children And Sexually Violent Offender Registration Act

    This is a link to the Florida Offender Alert System- an email notification service: http://www.floridaoffenderalert.com/

    This is the federal website to the Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking site:

    Florida Department of Law Enforcement

    Links to non-university maintained sites or content do not represent endorsement by Hodges University or its affiliates.

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