The parking lots and streets are vacant.
Classrooms sit in echoing silence. The Hope Barber Shull Academic Resource Center is dark and Loyd Auditorium's seats remain empty every morning at 10:30....
COVID-19 has spotlighted important systematic issues in the United States, including increasing wealth inequality, unequal access to healthcare, and racial injustice. Americans who wear the name of Christ...
The essence of Freed-Hardeman University is the relationships in Christ formed when people meet, interact, and leave lasting impressions. The story of Wayne Poucher's first days on campus in October 1939...
A.G. Freed and N.B. Hardeman lived out the idea of "paying it forward." One example occurred in 1907, when construction of the Old Main Administration Building was in danger of stalling. Freed and Hardeman...
Audrey Anna Young, kinesiology major from New Albany, Mississippi, went to Costa Rica with a group FHU to pursue a wildlife conservation research project.
"Doing this kind of research through Freed-Hardeman... Your Gifts: Audrey Anna Young
Ben Painter, Jazmin Taylor and Abigail Moore traveled to the Society for Advancement of Management competition, to help bring the club back to FHU management students.
"We sat in on panels and had real-world... Your Gifts: Ben Painter, Jazmin Taylor and Abigail Moore
"Freed-Hardeman has a lot to offer and a lot of courses," Beames said. "You can find what you're interested in, even if it's not a defined major."
"It offers so many different opportunities," Beames said.... Your Gifts: Amelia Beames
"I think one of the greatest things I've gotten from the program is learning really how to do research and how to feel confident in what I'm learning about," Rebekah Colley, graduate theology student,... FHU Graduate Theology: Rebekah Colley
"I think the quality of scholarship at Freed-Hardeman, as well as the camaraderie that is shared between the students and the professors, sets Freed-Hardeman apart," Clay Leonard, graduate theology student... FHU Graduate Theology: Clay Leonard
Freed-Hardeman University has selected six students to perform this year as the Ambassadors. The acappella group, under the direction of Austin England, sings a variety of contemporary and classic Christian music, as well as several popular, secular melodies.
“Working for Congressman Marsha Blackburn (R, Seventh District, Tennessee) was such a dream,” Freed-Hardeman University senior Sutherland Shrader said about her summer internship in Washington, D.C. The public relations major from Columbia, Tennessee, spent eight weeks in the nation’s capital working with Blackburn’s communications director.
A Freed-Hardeman University student has won a poster competition at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Nuclear Engineering Science Laboratory Synthesis Program (NESLS). Hunter Heffington, an FHU junior majoring in chemistry and pre-engineering, took first place among 43 interns, most of whom were master’s level or doctoral students.
Thanks to the generosity of Freed-Hardeman University, Chester County band students now have additional percussion instruments for their drumline. According to Chester County Director of Bands Jennifer Cupples, both the junior high and high school bands will benefit from the additional drums.
Freed-Hardeman University has unveiled a new athletic logo, the result of a year of collaboration among athletes, staff and a creative team.
Freed-Hardeman University will begin the new academic year Aug. 23 with the 18th annual ceremonial Tolling of the Bell. Current president David Shannon, along with three former FHU presidents, will officially ring in the year during 10:30 a.m. chapel in Loyd Auditorium.
Freed-Hardeman University students will be “welcomed home” Saturday, Aug. 19, when residence halls open for new students. However, campus leaders and athletes participating in fall sports have already arrived.
Freed-Hardeman University expects a “RUSH” of visitors Sept. 29-Oct. 1 for its annual event for middle and high school students. Approximately 2,000 guests are anticipated for RUSH (Reaching Unlimited Spiritual Heights), specifically designed to help students grow closer to God and one another.
Tim Tebow, professional baseball and football icon, will speak at the Freed-Hardeman University Benefit Dinner Friday night, Dec. 1, 2017. Last year the annual event raised almost $1.7 million for student scholarships at FHU.
Freed-Hardeman University graduation exercises are set for Saturday, May 13, at 10 a.m. in Loyd Auditorium. More than 280 students are expected to receive degrees.
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