In Hodson hall, we want to create an intentional atmosphere where men are constantly being sharpened to develop excellence in Christian character. Our vision is centered on four main areas which are the physical, social, mental, and spiritual aspects of life.
Hodson Hall is very unique in that its community has a mixture of freshmen and upperclassmen. This creates a dynamic for both freshmen and upperclassmen to walk alongside one another, challenge each other as brothers in Christ, and learn from one another in every phase of the college experience.
Hodson’s vision is focused around Proverbs 27:17 “As iron sharpens iron, so does one man sharpen another."
‘My desire is that Hodson Hall will become a brotherhood that far surpasses the walls of Hodson and reaches out to our surrounding community.’
I came to Indiana Wesleyan University in the fall of 2010 because I had a deep desire to work alongside college students. My passion is to see students grow socially, academically, physically and spiritually during their time here at IWU. I am also currently getting my Master’s in Higher Education at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.
Hometown: Rochester, PAColleges Attended: Malone University;Geneva CollegeDegree: B.A. Bible and Theology;M.A. Higher EducationFamily: My beautiful wife, Brittney BostanicFavorite meal at IWU: Chick-fil-A chicken nuggetsFavorite music: Leeland, Phil Wickham, and anything but country
Best ResLife memory from your college days: I would have to say winning Nike Air band two years in a row at Malone with a fantastic performance taken from the Newsies.Best thing about my job: Working with college-age students and developing relationships.Best thing about IWU: The intentionality for professional and spiritual growth.
Hodson Hall was constructed in 1996 originally as a women’s residence hall. In 1999, Hodson Hall converted into a men’s Residence Hall. The hall was named after Arthur L. and Nelle Hodson who contributed scholarships and building projects that fostered the growth of IWU. Hodson is made up of a mixture of freshmen and upperclassmen and approximately holds up to about 200 students.
Serving at the Grant County Rescue Mission is one way that Hodson Hall engages the broken community surrounding them. Each situation and conversation helps foster a passion to serve even more. Humility and consistency are key aspects of servitude in this unique ministry.
Hodson Hall535 E. University Blvd.Marion, IN 46953
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