Freed-Hardeman University's Doctor of Behavioral Health degree program prepares current and future healthcare providers for a transforming medical care marketplace. It is designed to produce graduates... FHU Doctor of Behavioral Health Program
Fifty years ago, I was a young country boy from Middle Tennessee when I came to Freed-Hardeman, still College at the time.
Reserve your front-row seat for Makin' Music 44! Buy your livestream pass for Friday night, Saturday matinee or Saturday night — or save money and see all three performances with a flexpass! Reserve now... Buy Your Makin’ Music Livestream Now!
Thank you to each person who made the 85th Annual Bible Lectureship — Encountering Ecclesiastes: Finding Meaning in a Meaningless World — a great event for His glory! More than 10,000 #FHUFamily members... 85th Annual Bible Lectureship Recap
Freed-Hardeman University’s Songwriters’ Showcase features three current students sharing their gifts. FHU Songwriters’ Showcase
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Since the day my daughter was born, I’ve desperately wanted to keep her safe from the world. Long before she could even walk, I would randomly burst into tears thinking about how one day, some jerk would...
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Ever wondered just what makes FHU so special? Hear from some of our best what makes FHU their best choice. What's Your Place in the Pride?
In August, a group of Freed-Hardeman University students participated in a sports marketing course that gave them the opportunity to gain real world experience.
Enrollment for Fall 2016 at FHU/Dickson has passed the century mark with more than 100 students enrolling for the fall semester. Freed-Hardeman University began offering coursework leading to bachelor’s degrees in elementary education and business in 2014. Since that time, four-year degrees in criminal justice, psychology, social work and nursing have been added.
Fall 2016 enrollment at Freed-Hardeman University increased by 4.3 percent over Fall 2015, according to Dr. C.J. Vires, FHU provost. Total headcount for FHU, which includes students in Henderson, Memphis and Dickson, is 1,906. Undergraduates account for 1,402 of the total; graduate, 504.
Freed-Hardeman University Professor of Bible and Philosophy Ralph Gilmore, and Dr. Alexander Rosenberg, the R. Taylor Cole Professor of Philosophy at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, will debate the existence of God Tuesday, Sept. 27, 6:30-9:30pm EDT. The event, sponsored by the Warren Center for Apologetics, will be in Mershon Auditorium on the campus of The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. The central question for the debate will be “Is God a Moral Monster?”
Thousands of middle and high school students are expected to converge at Freed-Hardeman University Sept. 16 - 18, 2016, for a weekend of worship, learning and fun. This year’s RUSH (Reaching Unlimited Spiritual Heights) will examine lessons learned in “The Desert.”
Freed-Hardeman University has added a total of five full-time faculty members at its Henderson campus. They are Dr. Joseph Stark Davis, Linda S. Hodges, Gregory A. Hollamon, Daniel B. Overton, and Dr. Nathan Warf.
The work of Freed-Hardeman University art professor Laquita Thomson is included in “Women’s Work: Prints from the Collection of the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts.” The exhibition, which includes 42 prints by 20 women, will be on display through Sept. 18, 2016.
Freed-Hardeman University students will be “welcomed home” Saturday, Aug. 20, when residence halls open for new students.
On the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11, fifteen one-minute works will be premiered at New York City’s Trinity Church by the West Point Band. They will honor the memory of men and women who served. In a unique collaboration, the West Point Band joins contemporary music organization, Vox Novus, to present “Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: A Celebration of Service.” A composition by Freed-Hardeman University Professor Alan Kinningham will be one of the 15 featured pieces.
An Adamsville, Tennessee, couple has donated a large collection of coral to Freed-Hardeman University. The collection, given by Terry and Sherry Manuel, may be seen in the lobby of Anderson Science Center on the FHU campus.
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