School of Applied Sciences

The University of Mississippi

April Student of the Month: Marvin J. Hughes

Posted on April 9th, 2015 by staff

Marvin Hughes is currently a junior in the Legal Studies department with an emphasis in both homeland security and law enforcement. He is minoring in Intelligence and Security Studies.

During his undergraduate career, Hughes has participated in several organizations such as Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honors Society. He is currently a reserve police officer with Oxford Police Department.


April Student of the Month, Marvin Hughes

“To be a School of Applied Sciences Student of the Month is truly an honor,” said Hughes.

He was nominated by several professors in the legal studies department such as Drs. David McElreath, Stephen Mallory, Carl Jensen, Lorri Williamson, and Michael Wigginton.

In the nomination letter, the group wrote, “Marvin is an outstanding young man who reflects the best attributes of the University. He maintains a 3.5 GPA while balancing academics, employment, and volunteer/community service. He is one of those exceptional students, always prepared for class and willing to participate. He is truly a pleasure to have in class.”