At Hofstra University, our professors are both noted scholars and excellent teachers. Here, you will find an outstanding faculty - including National Endowment for the Humanities fellows, Guggenheim fellows, an Emmy winner, major grant recipients and noted textbook authors.
What distinguishes Hofstra from so many other colleges is that virtually all of our faculty teach undergraduates and many of our most eminent faculty teach freshmen. Classes here are small, averaging 21 students, which helps to create an environment most conducive to learning and facilitates interaction with faculty and fellow students.
Faculty are our teachers, and teaching is their passion. There's a true meeting of the minds here, as enthusiastic students eager to learn are matched with faculty members who motivate a class and make their subjects come alive. More than 93 percent of our full-time faculty have attained the highest degree in their fields. Generations of Hofstra alumni - 138,000 and counting - have been inspired by our professors, who are scholars, writers, scientists, artists and professionals.
This area of the Hofstra Web site has information and links for and about Hofstra's faculty. In these pages, you can find out about faculty institutes; electronic archives, including HofBiblio and HofAwards; and informative links for the University's faculty.
FACULTY: For more information, please login to the Faculty Portal on MyHofstra at //my.hofstra.edu.