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Experience the power of live theatre as a talented faculty and staff guide students through the process of creating art and entertainment on a grand scale.
The ASI Distinguished Lectures Series offers insight into current trends in political and economic development affecting the American way of life.
Visit campus for a whole weekend or for a single day to experience life on campus.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) welcomes a variety of musicians to campus. Past artists have included Ben Rector, Sara Bareilles, Pentatonix, NeedtoBreathe and others.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to read a book together and engage in conversation both in and out of the classroom.
Theatre ProductionsASI Lecture SeriesBison DaysBlack and Gold DaysCAB ConcertsHarding Read
Jan. 9: Spring Bison BoundFeb. 18-19: Bloom Conference April 14-16: Spring SingTBA: Bisons for ChristMay 7: Commencement
Spring Sing is a forty-six year-old tradition features produced by the departments of theatre and music with student-directed social club parodies competing for charity contributions.
Bisons for Christ is an annual day of service and giving back to our communities.
Share in this exciting day with your graduates as we celebrate their academic achievements.
Searcy's longest running community theatre program. Join us for fine dining, friends and fantastic theatre with three new productions every summer.
Through labs, lectures, films and discussion, participating youth will become more prepared, confident and equipped with the necessary tools to preserve the traditions and ideals upon which America was founded.
Summer orientation program, Bison Bound, is required of all incoming new freshmen and transfer students to prepare for the first semester on campus.
Uplift is a summer camp for students entering the 7th grade through graduating seniors. Students go to classes with guest speakers, with plenty of time devoted to recreation and entertainment as well.
Harding Honors Symposium is a two-week academic program on the Searcy campus designed to challenge, encourage, and uplift high school students who are in their junior year.
Camp Tahkodah is about faith, fun and friendship. It is a place to be outdoors and enjoy nature and to grow with people who love the Lord and are living daily for Him.
Honor Choir offers five days of advanced work in choral music and related fields, including music literature, sight-reading, and group voice instruction.
June & July: Searcy Summer Dinner Theatre TBA: National Leadership Forum June: Uplift Sessions in June & July: Honors Symposium Sessions in June & July: Camp TahkodahTBA: Honor ChoirLearn more about Summer Camps
Aug. 18-21: StampedeVarious Saturdays: Football TailgatesTBD: Family WeekendSept. 25-28: Bible LectureshipOct. 27-29: HomecomingNov. 28: Campus LightingDec. 17: Graduation
Impact is a required orientation program for all new freshmen and transfer students. You'll get to know other new students, friends and teachers.
Join social clubs, alumni and organizations in fellowship before all home football games!
The Faculty Technology Showcase provides the opportunity for faculty to share innovative teaching technologies that enhance teaching and student learning.
Visit campus on Family Weekend to experience Harding with your students or future students.
The Organizations Fair is an opportunity to learn about all campus organizations and discover opportunities to share their interests.
Enjoy connecting with old friends and classmates for reunions, tailgating and the homecoming musical for a weekend of spirit and camaraderie.
Join us for the annual lighting ceremony on the front lawn with a countdown at the end of which more than 100,000 LED lights will illuminate the campus.
Share in this exciting day with your December graduates as we celebrate their academic achievements.
Learn more about the latest news and upcoming events on campus.