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 presented awards March 18 to five nursing students who are expected to receive the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in May. The awards ceremony was conducted earlier than planned because of the COVID-19 crisis.
Freed-Hardeman University students begin online classes Monday, April 6, but a class day at FHU always includes chapel. Therefore, the university will also provide daily chapel online Monday-Friday at 10:30am for the foreseeable future.
Freed-Hardeman University has announced the finalists for the 2020 Mr. and Miss FHU. Since 1940, Freed-Hardeman students have selected the students who best represent the ideals of the university. Eight members of the senior class are vying for the title.
Freed-Hardeman University plans to begin offering a major in sport administration this fall, pending approval by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Housed in the College of Business, the Bachelor of Business Administration degree will offer students a robust business foundation focused on management, leadership skills and real-world applications in the sports industry.
Freed-Hardeman University will begin offering a Master of Education in literacy with an emphasis in English as a second language in Fall 2020, pending approval by the Tennessee Department of Education. The program, which bundles a master’s degree and endorsements in both English as a Second Language (ESL) and Reading Specialist, is unique to the state.
Study.com has ranked Freed-Hardeman University in the top five online schools in Tennessee. This ranking emphasizes accessibility, affordability and quality of education, which they consider the most important attributes in compiling their list. The ranking process also considers tuition and graduation rates, services available, programs and student statistics.
An original musical by Dr. Alan Kinningham, associate professor of music theory and composition at Freed-Hardeman University, will be presented to the public for the first time Tuesday, March 10, at 6:00pm in the Kelley Doyle Recital Hall in FHU’s Draughon Music Center. A cast of 20 students will present a concert/reading of “The Shepherd of the Hills,” based on a 1907 novel of the same name by Harold Bell Wright.
Freed-Hardeman University Theatre will present “Alice!” Feb. 18, 20-22 at 7:00pm, Feb. 19 at 8:00pm and Feb. 22 at 2:00pm in FHU’s Black Box Theatre. The original work of devised theatre explores who Alice is as she climbs through the mirror or plunges down the rabbit hole into Wonderland.
The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) has announced the accreditation of Freed-Hardeman University’s Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.
“Christian Chronicle Live” will tackle the issue of church shootings with a panel discussion Feb. 5 at 4:30pm during Freed-Hardeman University’s annual Bible lectureship. Chronicle editor-in-chief Bobby Ross, Jr. will moderate a discussion by two ministers whose churches have experienced shootings and a retired police captain.
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