Harding began as a senior college in 1924, when two junior colleges, Arkansas Christian College and Harper College, merged their facilities and assets, adopted the new name of Harding College, and located on the campus of Arkansas Christian in Morrilton, Ark. In 1934 Harding was moved to its present site in Searcy, Ark.
It is composed of the following academic units: a College of Allied Health, a College of Arts and Humanities, a College of Bible and Ministry, a College of Business Administration, a College of Education, a College of Nursing, a College of Pharmacy, a College of Sciences, and a School of Theology, through which over 100 undergraduate majors as well as graduate and professional programs in athletic training, business, education, mental health and wellness, ministry, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistant studies, physical therapy, speech-language pathology, and theology are offered.
The Office of Multicultural Student Services operates in conjunction with the overall mission and goals of the university by assisting in the academic and personal growth and development of the various minority groups on campus. The office promotes access to academic, social and recreational groups and activities.
The Office of Student Life is responsible for the overview of student activities which includes residential life, personal and social wellness, academic efforts, and emotional and spiritual wellness. Other student needs are met through programs designed to assist students in choosing majors and planning careers, individual counseling and specific health issues.
Living at Harding provides all the options available in and around Harding's campus. Check for important dates you will need to know and download the Residence Life handbook to be looking over.
Welcome to Brackett Library! Our team of experienced librarians, staff, and student workers are here to serve you. Mission Statement
To provide resources and instruction for and collaborate with students and faculty and to preserve Harding's legacy.
Student Health Services assist students in maintaining optimum mental, physical, social and spiritual wellness by providing primary care services. See what you need before you visit, and find information about care services and class excuses.
Whether you find yourself on a carriage ride under the lights at Christmas, enjoying sunny afternoons of studying on the front lawn, or getting to know other students on your hall, we hope you find your home away from home here.
Sign up for intramural games, club athletics, ongoing wellness and fitness programs or follow our health tips to make sure you're staying healthy and fit this semester.
Harding University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Harding University is authorized for operation as a postsecondary educational institution by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC).
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