Approximately 2,000 middle and high school students are expected to converge on the campus of Freed-Hardeman University Sept. 27-29, 2019, for RUSH, an acronym for Reaching Unlimited Spiritual Heights. Students will attend classes and lectures designed to enhance spiritual growth and enjoy fellowship opportunities, all in an effort to help them draw closer to God and to one another.
Freed-Hardeman University has moved up eight spots in the 2020 U.S. News and World Report ranking of colleges and universities, making this the second consecutive year FHU has made major gains in the standings. In the past two years, the university has moved up 15 spots.
In its 150th year, Freed-Hardeman University is celebrating more than its history. This fall’s numbers show another year of record enrollment, according to FHU President David R. Shannon. Total head-count for the Fall 2019 semester stands at a record-breaking 2,117 students, an increase of 100 over last year.
Freed-Hardeman University First Lady Tracie Shannon and the Office of Alumni Engagement are launching a project in celebration of children who join alumni families through birth or adoption.
Dr. Justin Rogers, Freed-Hardeman University associate professor of Bible and director of the FHU Graduate School of Theology, has accepted an invitation to join the International Philo Bibliography Project, under the direction of David T. Runia of Melbourne, Australia.
Freed-Hardeman University Theatre will present “Twelve Angry Jurors” Aug. 22-24 at 8:00pm in the Black Box Theatre. In addition, a 2:00pm matinee performance is scheduled for Aug. 24. The cast is comprised of FHU alumni and members of the faculty.
Restoration of the Hardeman House, home of long-time Freed-Hardeman President N.B. Hardeman, has been completed. FHU will host a ribbon cutting and viewing of the house Aug. 21 at 2:00pm.
The great-grandson of N.B. Hardeman, long-time president of Freed-Hardeman College whose name the university bears, will be the master of the bell Aug. 21 for the annual Tolling of the Bell at Freed-Hardeman University at 10:30am in Loyd Auditorium.
During a joint press conference at the Jackson Chamber Boardroom in Jackson, Tennessee, the presidents of Bethel University, Freed-Hardeman University and Martin Methodist College announced their schools’ transfers to the Mid-South Conference of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Teams will first compete in their new conference in the 2020-21 academic year.
All available space for Freed-Hardeman University’s popular Horizons program is filled and registration is closed for this year. Now in its 39th year, Horizons is set for July 7-12, when almost 1,000 junior high and high school students are expected to be on campus.
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