Carol Waymire Ed. D. Higher Ed. and Student Personnel Office: GC 02c
Phone: 731-989-6062
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A.A., Freed-Hardeman University, 1972

B.A., Social Work, Harding University,1974

M.S., School Counseling, University of Tennessee, 1977

Ed.D., Higher Ed. and Student Personnel, University of Mississippi, 1992

Office Hours

MW: 9:00am - 5:00pm

R: 1:00pm - 5:00pm

F: 9:00am - 12:00pm

Class Schedule

Educational Psychology Short Course
Aug. 2015  

Educational Psychology
TR: 9:00am - 10:20am

Educational Psychology-Hybrid Tues.
Dickson 3-6

Developmental Psychology

Supervision/Elem. Internships

Supervision/Sec. Internships

Transitional License Supervision Internships--Online

About Carol Waymire

After working as an elementary school counselor in Texas, I started teaching at FHU in 1978. I counseled, worked with freshmen and taught classes for 21 years and then I took off eight years while doing mission work in Aruba with my family. I was the school counselor at the International School of Aruba and I also taught and was the counselor for the University of Aruba, Hospitality Faculty. In 2007, I returned to FHU as a freshmen advisor, director of retention, and an associate professor in education, teaching in the graduate school counseling program. I now direct the graduate school counseling program.

I have two grown sons that live in Nashville and I have three grandsons with an adopted granddaughter! I also have a daughter that is a teacher and in a  Spanish missions group in Florida. My husband is the Missions and Involvement Minister at the Broad St. Church of Christ in Lexington, TN. Some semesters he teaches as adjunct Bible/Missions class here at FHU, and for the past year, he has taken a monthly trip to Haiti to help with the relief efforts.

I enjoy traveling, going on mission trips, laughing, reading, gardening, and hunting for bargains. I love being with my family.

I am a certified SCUBA diver and I have visited 46 out of 50 states and various countries. I have traveled extensively in the Caribbean working with the church. I was even blessed to be able to visit Cuba when the Caribbean Lectureship was held there. I drove on the left side of the road in rush hour traffic in London, England and I visited Table Mountain in South Africa.