Most students need help affording a college education. You can help fulfill this fundamental need felt by most students by supporting Student Scholarships.
Many students are drawn to Freed-Hardeman because of the strong spiritual presence that comes from the Bible Teaching Program. You can help students continue receiving the sound Biblical instruction they so strongly desire by supporting the Bible Teaching Program.
The Annual Benefit Dinner is one of the highlights of the year for Freed-Hardeman University. The Benefit Dinner provides supporters with an opportunity to not only help bridge the financial gap that many students face with rising tuition costs, but also to hear one of the nation’s leading personalities and entertainers.
The 2020 Benefit Dinner will be Friday, December 4 and the speaker will be actor, humanitarian, and advocate of America’s servicemen and women Gary Sinise.
If you have questions or concerns, please email your thoughts to the Vice President for Community Engagement, Dave Clouse at email@example.com .
The theme for the 83rd Freed-Hardeman University Lectureship was “Our Place in HIStory: Remembering the Past, Anticipating the Future.” We thank you for helping Freed-Hardeman continue to have a great Bible lectureship each year. Thousands of church members come to FHU in February for the annual Bible lectureship. We assume the costs associated with this week-long event including venues, speakers, registration processes, and program development. This commitment comes at an estimated annual cost of $85,000 to the university. However, it continues to be presented without an attendance fee. If you desire to support this effort, a gift of $250 or more will allow you to become a lectureship sponsor.
The 84th Annual Bible Lectureship will be February 7-11, 2021, and the theme will be “He Went About Doing Good: The Compassion of Christ in Luke.”
Athletics is an important aspect of many students’ FHU experience. FHU is a part of the American Midwest Conference in the NAIA. FHU currently competes in Baseball, Men and Women’s Basketball, Cheerleading, Men and Women’s Cross Country, Men and Women’s Golf, Men and Women’s Soccer, Softball, and Volleyball. Help our student athletes have the equipment and resources needed to compete each year for a conference and national championship.
The university is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of our oldest and most prominent building, which we now call the Old Main Administration Building. In the spring of 2012, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places. We recently completed the renovation of the building and the grand re-opening was held on November 8, 2019. The goal was to restore the exterior and the common areas of the building, such as the lobby, stairway, and hallways, to a condition as close as possible to the way they looked in 1908, the year the building was completed. But, since we have always planned to continue to use Old Main as an academic facility, we have updated the classrooms and offices with state-of-the-art technology and teaching tools.
An endowed scholarship fund is an opportunity to establish a permanent legacy at FHU. Endowed scholarships are named scholarship funds that expend income as dictated by the donors. It is permanent because only the interest income from the invested principal amount is expended annually. If you are making a gift to a specific endowed scholarship fund, be sure to specify the name of the scholarship fund on the form in the "Comments" box.
An annually-designated scholarship fund is an opportunity to support deserving students on a year-to-year basis. The gifts to each annually-designated fund are awarded in the year in which they are given, according to the guidelines of the fund. If you are making a gift to a specific annually-designated scholarship fund, be sure to specify the name of the scholarship fund on the form in the "Comments" box.
Centers of Excellence are magnets to attract exceptional faculty and student, thereby helping the university to gain national and state recognition. Your gift to a Center of Excellence will be used to provide support for new initiatives for the FHU academic department it benefits. Centers of Excellence exist for the Biological Sciences, Business Ethics and Leadership, Spiritual Leadership, and Instructional Leadership.
The Freed-Hardeman University Associates is a women's organization specifically designed to raise money for important FHU projects through membership and a variety of activities.
FHU has operated a Christian camp for young people between the ages of 9 and 18 since 1957. In 1964, the university acquired a 77-acre campsite located west of U.S. Highway 45, about three and a half miles north of Henderson. MSYC is operated for eight weeks each summer. Your support of this physical and spiritual experience for hundreds of young people each summer is greatly appreciated.
If the area you would like to support is not listed above, please tell us where you would like your gift directed.
158 East Main Street
Henderson, TN 38340
FHU / Dickson
FHU / Memphis
5565 Shelby Oaks Drive
Memphis, TN 38134
855 Highway 46 South
Dickson, TN 37055
Don't worry. We'll walk you through the entire process. Apply now for free and then schedule a campus visit to experience something that pictures just can't capture.
Whether you're just beginning your college journey or seeking your doctorate, take your next step here.
Take advantage of the tight-knit community and unique opportunities by finding the club or organization where you will belong.
Getting Married? Land a new job or position? Becoming a new parent? Your FHU family wants to brag about it!
You help change the world when you invest in the lives of young people. You can make a difference today with your gift.
FHU has a history of talented student athletes and coaches who have helped make FHU Athletics what they are today. Check out who these students are and what accomplishments they've made. Know someone who deserves to be in the Hall of Fame? Use the nomination form below to tell us about it.
Schedule your campus visit today, and see why Freed-Hardeman University is right for you.
Copyright © 2020 Freed-Hardeman University. All rights reserved.