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  • FHU Students Inducted to Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society

    Mar 16, 2023

    Eighteen Freed-Hardeman University students were inducted into the Iota Chapter of Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship Society Monday, March 13, 2023, in Old Main on FHU's campus.

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  • Hold On! FHU Makin’ Music 46 Set to Welcome Thousands April 14-15

    Mar 16, 2023

    Tickets for the 46th annual Freed-Hardeman University Makin’ Music are on sale at The student musical extravaganza is scheduled for Friday, April 14, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 15, at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in Loyd Auditorium. Tickets are $20 for Friday night and Saturday matinee and $25 for the Saturday night show.

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  • FHU Hires Jazz Band Director, Announces Auditions

    Mar 15, 2023

    Freed-Hardeman University has announced the hiring of a director for the university’s newest musical offering. Dr. Michael Yopp will serve as an associate professor of music and as the director of FHU’s new jazz ensemble. At both the high school and university levels, his bands have grown numerically and in quality of performance.

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  • Beautiful Weather Welcomes Large Crowds to Henderson for FHU Annual Bible Lectureship

    Mar 08, 2023

    The Freed-Hardeman University Annual Bible Lectureship “strengthened both young and old,” according to FHU President David R. Shannon. “The depth of study enhanced by Christian fellowship and powerful worship made for an impactful time.”

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  • FHU College of Business Further Expands Robust Career Services for Students

    Feb 22, 2023

    The Freed-Hardeman University College of Business has continued its investment in career services for students by expanding the Launch Virtual Career Center with a remodeled Launch Virtual Studio and adding Launchpad Coworking Spaces. These expanded areas are in the Brown-Kopel Business Center.

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  • FHU Celebrates Black History Month with a Film, Speakers and Poetry

    Feb 21, 2023

    In celebration and recognition of Black History Month and international cultures, Freed-Hardeman University continues to host several events this month to promote unity, empathy and awareness. International Student Day will be held Thursday, Feb. 23, at 10:30 a.m. in Loyd Auditorium. Students representing 19 countries will enter the auditorium carrying the flags of their homelands. The student body will also listen to the unique national anthems as well as a brief history about the countries. After chapel the students will have several international meals provided in Wallace-Gano Dining Hall.

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  • FHU Broadens Campus Support through Dedicated Student Services Team

    Feb 16, 2023

    Freed-Hardeman University’s Office of Student Services has revamped the ways it supports students during the academic year. New features include providing airport shuttles for international students, continuing the on-campus health clinic opened during COVID-19 epidemic, starting a women’s Bible study group and launching an E-gaming intramural team.

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  • FHU Theatre's “Wait Until Dark” and “Working for Crumbs” Offers Laughs and Thrills

    Feb 09, 2023

    Freed-Hardeman University Theatre will offer two productions this month with “Wait Until Dark'' and “Working for Crumbs” beginning Thursday Feb. 23 and continuing through Saturday Feb. 25, 2023.

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  • FHU Enrollment, Graduation Rate Continues to Shatter Records

    Feb 08, 2023

    For the third consecutive year, Freed-Hardeman University has set enrollment records for the spring semester. A total of seven records have fallen this spring, according to FHU President David R. Shannon.

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  • FHU Selects Brumback to Head Graduate School of Theology

    Feb 07, 2023

    Dr. Richard A. Brumback III, associate professor of Bible at Freed-Hardeman University, has been selected to succeed Dr. Justin Rogers as the director of the university’s Graduate School of Theology. The university announced earlier that Rogers would become the dean of the College of Biblical Studies at the end of the current academic year.

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