Faculty Profile

Terrance Hinton

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor



My name is Terrance Hinton and I serve as an adjunct faculty member here at Franklin University. I am originally from Baton Rouge, LA where I resided for most of my life. I previously served as Program Manager of Reentry Services for the Alvis Community Reentry Center in Columbus, Ohio, which serves individuals who have been involved with the criminal justice system. I have also facilitated Anger Management and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy courses for our clients, developed structured recreational activities within our halfway house facilities, as well as consulting work for reintegration units within correctional facilities statewide. My hobbies include Exercising, Reading, Volunteering, and Researching. I also always enjoy going back home to Baton Rouge, LA to attend an LSU Football game or vacationing in Florida with my family.


Walden University (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Doctor of Philosophy, Public Policy and Administration
Southern University and A & M College (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
Master of Science, Criminal Justice


Ohio Risk Assessment System User Certification, The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Work Experience

2019 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty & Doctoral Faculty Advisor

Publications & Presentations

Hinton, T. (2018, Sep. 30). Citizen Perceptions of Institutional Disparities and the Reintegration of Minority Non-Violent Drug Related Offenders. Walden University Residency Public Administration/Criminal Justice Colloquia, Columbus, Ohio.
Hinton, T. (2017, Nov. 30). An Examination of Citizen Perceptions of Institutional Disparities within the Criminal Justice System and the Reintegration of Minority Non-Violent Drug Related Offenders.. Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management, Chicago, Illinois.