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Housing & Dining

Housing at FHU

Freed-Hardeman University is firmly committed to creating an excellent on-campus environment for its residential students. Because we believe that the residential experience is an invaluable component of Christian education, all students are required to live on campus unless they are over 23 years of age, have accumulated 120 credit hours, or are married. Living on campus can help students be more connected to their academics, but also create opportunities to grow and experience FHU. Secure your housing by completing one of the below forms:

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Living in Housing & Dining on Campus

At FHU you will develop friendships that will last a lifetime

Life on campus means joining a community of faith where you’ll be seen, accepted and supported across campus. Being a student a FHU means that you won’t just have classmates, but you’ll develop relationships that will last a lifetime. Learn more about living on campus housing and dining & meal plans. 

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Energy Conservation

Freed-Hardeman University embraces energy conservation and believes it to be our responsibility to ensure that every reasonable effort is made to conserve energy in housing and all buildings on campus while exercising sound financial management. Our energy conservation program monitors the use of electricity, water and natural gas on university properties. We track our energy consumption using a holistic approach of auditing facilities, data collection, financial analysis, customization of HVAC systems and monitoring of mechanical equipment.

We're excited to invite you into the Freed-Hardeman community. What's next? Once you have been admitted and made the decision to attend Freed-Hardeman University, it is time to reserve your place in our incoming class by paying your Enrollment Pledge.