FHU Physical Therapist Assistant Program Receives Accreditation Status, Set to Graduate Inaugural Cohort
The Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) has granted Freed-Hardeman University’s Physical Therapist Assistant program accreditation status effective October 31, 2023, as reported by Dr. C.J. Vires, FHU provost and vice president for academics. This is the maximum accreditation granted by CAPTE, for a period of five years until the next reassessment period.
Two Freed-Hardeman University courses, Death and Dying and Latin American Literature, met to discuss how the Hispanic culture mourns, celebrates and remembers an individual who passes away. Their discussion coincided with Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), which is celebrated Nov. 2. In addition to the discussion, organizers offered a colorful celebratory table and Pan de Muerto (Day of the Dead Bread), a sweet bread baked with a ball on top, representing the skull of the deceased, with remaining pieces shaped into a cross to signify their bones and tears.
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Freed-Hardeman University is thrilled to announce its Transfer Scholarship Program, which aims to provide seamless support and financial assistance to transfer students pursuing their higher education goals.
Freed-Hardeman University’s Eighth Annual Scholars’ Day, an annual campus-wide celebration of academic excellence, included oral presentations, poster presentations, a STEM display and musical performances. More than 80 individuals shared research findings and other scholarly accomplishments with fellow faculty, staff and students in a variety of locations across the Henderson campus. As is tradition, academic classes were canceled Nov. 3 to provide the student body the opportunity to attend the presentations of their choosing.
Freed-Hardeman University Offers FHU Promise Program, Paving the Way for Affordable Higher Education
In continuing its commitment to providing accessible and affordable college education, Freed-Hardeman University introduces the groundbreaking FHU Promise Program, designed to cover the financial gap for qualified students.
Freed-Hardeman University’s Loyd Auditorium holds decades of memories for alumni and friends of the university. It is the venue for such annual events as Lectureship, Makin’ Music, Horizons, RUSH, benefit dinners, commencements and a host of other campus activities including daily chapel. As plans are underway to renovate the 47-year old auditorium, the university is offering individuals the opportunity to name new seats in the building. The extensive transformation of the auditorium is part of FHU Next, an ongoing capital campaign for campus improvements.
The Second Annual Beyond BK Intern Recognition Dinner celebrated 27 Freed-Hardeman College of Business students who completed professional internships during the last year. About 100 people attended the evening, which was sponsored by HCA Healthcare and Vector Wealth Strategies.
FHU Theatre’s Production of “A Christmas Carol” Invites Homecoming Guests to Embrace the “Spirits” of Christmas
Visitors to Freed-Hardeman’s campus for this year’s homecoming festivities will be invited to start celebrating the Christmas season a little early. FHU Theatre will present a special production of the Charles Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol” in the Black Box Theatre, Nov. 9-11 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 11-12 at 2 p.m. Tickets may be purchased at fhutickets.com.