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Academic Excellence

Academic Excellence

Preparing for your next step - whether career or graduate school - is the heart of why you are going to college. When you enroll at FHU, you will be mentored by expert faculty who are dedicated to understanding your strengths. You will grow in their challenging, interactive classes on campus, in diverse cultures abroad and through hands-on experiences with business partners. Your FHU degree will add you to an impressive group of alumni who excel in graduate schools and in their professions.

*Grad School Graduate Acceptance Rates

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Optometry
Chiropractic
Law (Juris Doctorate)
Epidemiology
Occupational Therapy
Nurse Practitioner
Pharmacy
Graduate
Physician's Assistant
Medical
Veterinary

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Family

Family

Visit campus to understand why FHU is the place you will want to call home. When you enroll, you become part of the FHU family for life. The memories you will make and the friendships you will develop will last a lifetime. You will build these relationships during late nights in your dorm, times in the homes of faculty and staff, and as you worship, serve and study locally and internationally.

Christianity

Christianity

Your spiritual life will permeate every aspect of your college experience. In addition to deepening your faith through a Bible class each semester, you will find prayer, scripture and service incorporated into classes and activities. In chapel, you will gather with other students, faculty, and staff to worship, share prayer requests, be strengthened and create memories.

At night, you can participate in devotionals, singings or Bible studies. The student lectureships and the annual FHU Lectureship will give you a unique opportunity to hear various speakers and to gather with other Christians from around the world. You will also have opportunities to participate in local and global missions.

Take Note:


Events

  • Maroon and Gold

    Take this opportunity to get a glimpse into college life at FHU. (Read More...)


  • Day of Giving

    We've been challenged to have 750 people make a gift on, November 5, 2020.(Read More...)


  • 85th Annual Bible Lectureship

    Have the events of the last several months challenged your faith? Join us for the 85th annual Freed-Hardeman University Lectureship (Read More...)


  • Homecoming

    Check back frequently for updates on Homecoming 2020. (Read More...)


  • Commencement

    Commencement has been scheduled for Novemeber 21, 2020. (Read More...)


News

  • FHU Teacher Prep Program Lauded For Strong Training in Classroom Management

    The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) (Read More...)


  • Faced with Pandemic, FHU Revamps Traditional Lectureship

    For 85 years Freed-Hardeman University has hosted the Annual Bible Lectureship (Read More...)


  • FHU Theatre Brings “Little Shop of Horrors” to Stage

    Presenting live theatre during a pandemic presents unique challenges (Read More...)


  • FHU Class Selling David Shannon Masks to Help Perkins Center

    Anybody seen David Shannon lately? (Read More...)


  • FHU Cancels Annual Homecoming

    FHU has announced the cancellation of Homecoming (Read More...)


Serving Others

You have the opportunity to serve on mission trips across the world as well as serve in your communities both at school and home.

The Academic Story

At Freed-Hardeman, you are taught by professors who have received the highest degrees possible in their field of study. Small class settings ensure personal attention, better preparing you for great opportunities. When it’s time for you to leave Freed-Hardeman to pursue a higher level of education or a career, you will experience high acceptance rates into medical and professional schools as well as extremely high job placement rates.

Brown Legacy Research Team

Ellie Leonard

Joel Turner

Keith Mattix

Ben, Jazmin, and Abigail

Wayne Baker

Audrey Young

Amelia Beames

Undergraduate

Majors:

Undergraduate or Dual -

Mark Blackwelder
Dean, College of Biblical Studies
731-989-6624
mblackwelder@fhu.edu

Kay Pack
Administrative Assistant
731-989-6622
kpack@fhu.edu

Activities of the Honors program are planned to transcend the boundaries separating the disciplines of academic programs in the other schools of the university. The Honors program offers talented, motivated students educational opportunities designed to enrich the university experience and to advance progress toward personal, academic, and career goals. Honors courses and activities are designed to help students learn to think and read critically, develop intellectual skills and knowledge across disciplines, and apply principles of service, leadership, and responsibility.

Find Out More...

Jenny Johnson
Dean, Honors College
731-989-6378
jjohnson@fhu.edu

Graduate

Mark A. Blackwelder, B.A., M.Min., Ph.D.
Dean, College of Biblical Studies
731-989-6624
mblackwelder@fhu.edu

Justin Rogers, Ph.D.
Director, Graduate School of Theology
731-989-6168
jrogers@fhu.edu

Bryan Black, M.S., D.B.A.
Director, MBA Program
731-989-6098
bblack@fhu.edu

Sara Wood
Director of Graduate Admissions
731-989-6570
swood@fhu.edu

Dr. Jana Meminno
Assistant Professor - Health and Human Performance
731-989-6099
jmeninno@fhu.edu

Athletics

Whether you are cheering for nationally ranked teams or competing for championships, you will forever be a Lion.

National Championships

Conference Championships

All-Americans

All-American Scholars

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