Undergraduate Degrees

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Get in touch with us, schedule a campus visit, and see what the FHU experience is all about.  We'd love to talk to you and answer any questions you have.  We're here to make your college decisions and admissions process as easy as possible.

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Keep reading to find out more about what is offered, who we are and how you can get involved.  You'll quickly realize what a good decision choosing a Christian education at Freed-Hardeman can be. 

Academics
FHU/Dickson at the Renaissance Center offers programs in conjunction with Nashville State Community College for students just beginning their college coursework. Students with an Associates Degree or 60 or more credit hours from an accredited school or university can complete their bachelor’s degree in any FHU program offered at the Dickson campus. 


BBA in Management

RN to BSN

Elementary Education


The Renaissance Center 
The Jackson Foundation created the Renaissance Center in 1999 as part of its mission to inspire excitement about education among both youth and adults. Designed as a fine arts and technology learning center, the $18-million facility includes 110,000 square feet of classroom space, conference rooms, film and video production studios, theater areas, offices, a planetarium, and more. 
 
Location
FHU/Dickson is situated in Dickson, Tenn., located just west of Nashville.  This location will give you access to the best of both worlds - the amenities you'd expect in a larger city and the hometown charm found only in a college town like Dickson.
 
Financial Aid

More than 90 percent of Freed-Hardeman students and families receive financial aid, including more than $7 million awarded through annual scholarships.  Our aid packages include funds from scholarships, state and federal grants, Tennessee HOPE Scholarships, and long-term, low-interest federal loans. Scholarships are also available. Award amounts are determined on the basis of the student’s cumulative college GPA. To see how much aid you are eligible for, visit our scholarship calculator, complete the form, and click the ‘calculate my scholarship’ button.