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 were challenged to have 750 people make a gift on, November 5, 2020.(Read More...)


  • Classes Begin

    Spring 2021 classes begin January 16 (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...)


  • Commencement

    A recording of commencement is now available. (Read More...)


News

  • FHU's DBH Graduates Eligible to Receive Ceremonial Pins

    FHU’s Doctor of Behavioral Health graduates are now eligible (Read More...)


  • Browns’ Campus-Changing Gift Announced During FHU Annual Benefit Dinner

    The Annual Benefit Dinner for scholarships, held Friday night, Dec. 4, raised more than $1.5 million (Read More...)


  • FHU’s Annual Benefit Dinner to Feature Sinise, Surprise Announcements

    FHU’s annual benefit dinner to raise funds for scholarships, has already exceeded...(Read More...)


  • 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...)


Undergraduate

The following programs will be discontinued at FHU/Dickson beginning in Fall 2020:

  • B.B.A. in Accounting

  • B.B.A. in Management

  • B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Elementary Education (K-5)

  • B.S. in Psychology

  • Bachelor of Social Work

This decision was reached after careful consideration and is primarily linked to programs that had flat or declining enrollments – these trends were not financially sustainable.


Students enrolled in the Spring 2020 semester in one of the discontinued programs will have two options for completing their degrees at FHU.

  • 1. Students will be able to complete their degree programs through online and web-conference courses offered through the Henderson campus. Students will continue to pay the same comprehensive charge and will continue to be eligible for the same scholarships.

  • 2. As a second option, students will be able to complete their degree programs by attending traditional courses at the Henderson Campus. Students will continue to pay the same comprehensive charge for courses and will continue to be eligible for the same scholarships. In addition, students will receive an additional scholarship to cover the cost of a room in one of the University’s residence halls. Students will be responsible for the cost of a meal plan. In short, the cost of a meal plan will be the only additional cost above the comprehensive charge for students who choose to become a residential student at Henderson. Students who choose this option will need to complete an FHU/Dickson Residential Scholarship form. Please send completed forms to Summer Judd, director of Student Financial Services, sjudd@fhu.edu.


Students may schedule advising sessions by contacting the appropriate faculty member noted below.

  • B.B.A. in Accounting - Dr. Jason Brashier, jbrashier@fhu.edu, 731-989-6091

  • B.B.A. in Management - Dr. Jason Brashier, jbrashier@fhu.edu, 731-989-6091

  • B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Elementary Education (K-5) - Dr. Amy Downey, adowney@fhu.edu, 731-989-5387

  • B.S. in Psychology - Dr. Bryan McAlister, bmcalister@fhu.edu, 615-740-5382

  • Bachelor of Social Work - Roy Malecha, remalecha@fhu.edu, 731-989-5392


FAQ for Teach-out Plan

Graduate

Ricky Willingham
Graduate Recruiter
615-740-5600
rwillingham@fhu.edu

Jason Brashier, B.B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Dean, College of Business
731-989-6571
jbrashier@fhu.edu

Ricky Willingham
Graduate Recruiter
615-740-5600
rwillingham@fhu.edu

Dr. Sharen L. Cypress
Dean, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
731-989-
scypress@fhu.edu