News & Events


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    Remembering 9/11

    Students and faculty create annual memorial flag display.

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    Student Orientation

    Freshmen and first-year students are welcomed to campus through Student Impact.

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    More Parking

    The new lot will provide space for approximately 120 additional cars.

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    Moving in

    Students prepare for 2015-16 school year

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    Best in the Southeast

    The Princeton Review names Harding among top schools in the Southeast

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  • Construction projects

    Board of trustees has approved two projects

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Recent news

Randi Arbo & daisy mayhem to continue Concert Series
September 29, 2015 | Music
Randi Arbo & daisy mayhem will continue the Department of Music's 2015-16 Concert Series Tuesday, Oct. 6.

92nd annual Bible Lectureship to kick off Sunday
September 24, 2015 | Lectureship
Harding University's 92nd annual Bible Lectureship will be held on campus Sept. 27-30.

Chinese SA to host moon festival
September 23, 2015
The Chinese Student Association is hosting a Chinese Moon Festival on Sept. 25 in the Charles White Cafeteria from 6:30-8:15 p.m.

Duck Dynasty's Missy Robertson to hold book signing
September 21, 2015
Missy Robertson and her daughter, Mia, will be on campus Sept. 25 for a book signing and early release of Robertson's  book, "Blessed Blessed ... Blessed."

Harding to host leadership institute for educators
September 21, 2015 | Education
Harding University is hosting a National Board Certified Teacher Leadership Institute Saturday, Sept. 26 at Heifer Village in Little Rock.


More news

Harding to host 55th annual Global Missions Experience

Students and faculty commemorate 9/11

U.S. News ranks Harding among South's best for 22nd year

Harding sets record in student retention

Music department announces 2015-16 concert series

Former dean of Carr College of Nursing retires

Impact introduces freshman to Harding

The Princeton Review names HU among top schools in Southeast

HU welcomes new faculty

AR governor to kick off ASI Distinguished Lecture Series

University students prepare for 2015-16 school year

Center for Student Success announces two appointments

Board chairman and wife give $1 million to Rhodes construction project

Theatre department to host children's auditions for Homecoming musical

James Carr named to Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board

David Bangs named chair of COE graduate programs

Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre to conclude with "The Mousetrap"

Kristi Bond named foreign language department chair
Summer Honor Choir to present free concert
Allen Frazier named dean of Carter College of Business Administration
Kevin Kehl named dean of Center for Student Success
More parking coming soon
Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre continues with "The 39 Steps"
Bryan Burks named vice president of advancement
Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre 2015 season to kick off June 11
HU hosts 59th annual National Leadership Forum
Students become alumni
Cannon-Clary College of Education dean named
Family and consumer sciences department chair named
Faculty members receive awards for teacher achievement
Dean of COE to return to full-time faculty assignments
Music ensembles to perform free concerts
College of Pharmacy to facilitate Medication Cleanout
Mabee Foundation awards HU $1M challenge grant
Students serve the community through annual day of service
CAB presents NEEDTOBREATHE and Ben Rector
ASI associate executive director named
College of Bible and Ministry to host Darrell L. Bock
HU & Searcy High School to host USAF Band of Mid-America
Ebola survivor to continue ASI distinguished lecture series
HU to hold vigil and chapel service in memory of student
Details develop in fatal student accident
Student killed in car accident
Aquila Theatre's "The Tempest" continues concert series
Archie Manning continues ASI Distinguished Lecture Series
Stevens Art Center presents joint exhibit of artwork
Richard Peck to continue Young Adult Author Series
Counseling programs awarded accreditation
Princess and superhero party set for Jan. 31
Di Wu continues concert series
Christian College Choral Festival presents free concert
Ebola survivor added as ASI lecture series speaker