Academic Buildings

Freed-Hardeman University is committed to creating an environment of academic achievement and excellence. Classes are held in a variety of facilities, from our most historic, Old Main (built in 1907), which was recently nominated to the National Register of Historic Places, to our newest, state-of-the-art Anderson Science Center (built in 2012), which offers expanded laboratories, research facilities for students, and areas for focused study. Our commitment to technology is featured in our Brown-Kopel Business Center (2004), which houses Information Technology, and in our Bulliner-Clayton Visual Arts Center (2007), which houses the Mac lab for graphic design, darkrooms for photography development, and individual studio space for senior art majors. Even our older facilities, the Gardner Center and the Associates Science Center, have undergone recent renovations to make sure that our students are being taught in quality facilities, and that they have the resources needed to be successful.

Outside of class, students are encouraged to take advantage of academic support facilities such as the Loden-Daniel Library which houses our collections of research materials, microfilm strips, journals, and private study areas. The HelpDesk in Brown-Kopel provides support for all of your technological needs. For club officer groups, the Student Board Room in the Crews-Colbert Activity Center provides a professional and official space to make many decisions. Whatever your need, there is a space for you to make things happen at FHU.