Record attendance expected for FHU's Horizons camp- Jackson Sun, July 5, 2014
A record number of campers is expected on the Freed-Hardeman University campus in Henderson today through Friday for the 34th annual edition of Horizons. More than 1,000 young people and staffers will explore the topic “Before His Throne” in lessons and periods of devotion, according to a news release from FHU. The theme is taken from Psalm 103:19, “The Lord has established his throne in the heavens, and his kingdom rules over all.”
Approximately 250 graduate from FHU - The Jackson Sun, May 18, 2014
Approximately 250 Freed-Hardeman University students participated in graduation ceremonies Saturday in Henderson. Trent Watrous, a CPA and alumnus of FHU, delivered the address, according to a news release from the university. Watrous earned a bachelor of business administration in accounting in 1993.
FHU starts library project - The Jackson Sun, May 12, 2014
In keeping with Hope Barber Shull’s dream of a library that is “a place where students would gather,” Freed-Hardeman University broke ground for the Hope Barber Shull Academic Resource Center on Monday in the upper commons area of campus. Site work is slated to begin next week.
Beene excited to take next step at FHU - Jackson Sun, July 26, 2013
Chester County volleyball player Cynthia Beene’s dreams became reality in May when she signed a scholarship to play college volleyball.
“I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to, but being able to is a great feeling,” Beene said. “It feels like all those years of work are paying off. I am sure it feels that way to my parents also with all the money they put into traveling and countless hours of watching me."
Sending Students Off to Campus (By Joe Wiley) - The Gospel Advocate, June, 2013
My wife, Glenda, and I enjoy our work with college students. Seeing young men and women grow and mature on campus gives us a gratifying feeling of building for the future. Beyond the students at FreedHardeman University, we are also privileged to meet the parents as they bring sons and daughters on campus visits and to orientation sessions. To these parents especially, I would like to share a few thoughts.