The FHU Clayton Investment Team

Nov 24, 2015

The Clayton Investment Team, comprised of eight students and coordinated by two faculty advisors, has managed a $1 million stock portfolio since 2006 when Jim Clayton, chairman of Clayton Bancorp, Inc., provided the funds for the initial investment. Since its inception, the fund has had earnings of more than $500,000 and has consistently beaten its comparable indices each calendar year.

FHU Christian Store – Midly Jadis

Nov 13, 2015

FHU student Midly Jadis talks about his life at FHU and how student scholarships funded by the FHU Christian Store help students like him. Learn more about the FHU Christian Store at

Prepare. Develop. Participate.

Sep 28, 2015

At Freed-Hardeman University, we help students prepare for life, develop their skills and participate in Christ's Kingdom. With study abroad opportunities, Honors College, the Clayton Investment Team, mission trips, Makin' Music, athletics and much more, there is something for every student to develop talents to serve and lead. Come to FHU, where faith and reason create Christian leaders.

Spring Break Mission Trips Light a Fire

Jul 16, 2015

One-week mission trips during spring break can have a powerful impact. For some students they light a fire that leads them to full-time mission work. Sigma Rho’s annual trips to the Dominican Republic have done just that.

Tibbals Challenge to Friends and Alumni

Jul 16, 2015

If FHU friends and alumni can raise $550,000 in “new money” this fiscal year, Howard and Janice Tibbals, along with two members of the Board of Trustees, have agreed to match that total. The challenge grant began June 1 and will continue through May 31, 2016.

Makin' Music 2015

Jul 16, 2015

Thirty-eight years and counting. Makin’ Music still dominates the spring landscape at FHU. Each year a new group of students learns the joy of costumed choreography while singing parodies of popular tunes. Thousands come to see the performance.

"Live a Life of Distinction"

Jul 16, 2015

Trustee John Law urged approximately 250 graduates to lead lives of distinction as they embarked on their careers. The faculty presented its highest honor, the Faculty Scholarship-Leadership Medal, to Morghan Parker, a chemistry major from Portland, Tennessee.

We Are the Champions!

Jul 16, 2015

Lion and Lady Lion teams won three conference championships this year. In only their second year of competition in the American Midwest, FHU teams proved a force to be reckoned with.

Dr. Kent Brantly to Speak at Benefit Dinner

Jul 16, 2015

Interest is high for the 51st annual benefit dinner Dec. 4. People are eager to hear Dr. Kent Brantly, medical missionary and Ebola survivor, tell his story of faith and survival. Ticket sales and sponsorships are keeping pace with those of last year, according to Dave Clouse, vice president of university advancement.

Banner Year

Jul 16, 2015

It’s been a banner year at FHU—literally. Maroon and white banners featuring the new logo now fly in Heritage Commons as well as other places on campus. They herald a campus whose face is changing.