Student Organizations

At Freed-Hardeman University, there are many opportunities for students to be involved in service. The three organizations listed below represent a few options of how students can give back to the campus community:

Campus Delegate Team (CDT) 

The Campus Delegate Team works closely with the Office of Admissions to help recruit prospective students and to help get the word out about FHU at various schools and churches. As a member of CDT, a student will be responsible for assisting with campus tours, housing students for overnight visits, traveling to recruitment events, mailing postcards to prospective students, and helping with Maroon and Gold Days. Applications for membership in the Campus Delegate Team are available each spring semester. For more information, please contact Kaylan Stewart at 731-989-6403 or at

Student Alumni Association (SAA) 

The Student Alumni Association is a national organization assisting with maintaining contact and relationships among a school’s alumni. As a member of SAA, a student helps with the planning and execution of Homecoming, Grandparents Day, reunions on campus, and any other events that bring FHU alumni back to campus. This group works to help those who’ve left Henderson, TN to remember their time here and what they loved about it. Applications for membership in the Student Alumni Association are available each spring semester. For more information, please contact Ryan Malecha at 731-989-6176 or at

University Program Council (UPC) 

The University Program Council helps to provide activities and entertainment for students while they’re enrolled at Freed-Hardeman. Past shows have included Dr. Jim Wand, the hypnotists, concerts by Dave Barnes, Ben Rector, and Ingram Hill, Acrobats of Hebei China, comedian Henry Cho, and an iceless skating rink. Throughout the semester UPC also provides other entertainment including carnivals, coffeehouse concerts with current students, etc. Applications for membership in the University Program Council are available in the spring semester. For more information, please contact Tony Allen at 731-989-6055 or at