Harding University

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Harding UniversityHarding University
915 E. Market Ave,
Searcy, Arkansas 72149
Phone: (501) 279-4000







Mission

Harding University is a private Christian institution of higher education committed to the tradition of the liberal arts and sciences. It is composed of the following academic units: a College of Arts and Humanities, a College of Bible and Religion, a College of Business Administration, a College of Communication, a College of Education, a College of Nursing, a College of Sciences; and graduate and professional programs in business, education, marriage and family therapy, physician assistant studies, pharmacy, and religion. The University serves a diverse, coeducational student body from across the United States and around the world, although the primary constituency for students and financial support is the fellowship of the churches of Christ. The board of trustees, the administration and the faculty believe that the freedom to pursue truth and high academic achievement is compatible with the Christian principles to which the University is committed. The faculty is dedicated to excellence in teaching, scholarship and service, and to their role as models of Christian living. The University community seeks to provide an environment that both supports students and challenges them to realize their full potential. Thus, Harding's mission is to provide a quality education that will lead to an understanding and philosophy of life consistent with Christian ideals. This involves the following goals:

Generally, the integration of faith, learning and living - developing the whole person through a commitment to Christ and to the Bible as the Word of God, an emphasis on lifelong intellectual growth, and the encouragement of Christian service and world missions through a servant-leadership lifestyle.

Specifically, the development of Christian scholarship - while acknowledging dependence on God, stressing Christian commitment to intellectual excellence through a strong liberal arts foundation and effective professional preparation.

The promotion of Christian ethics - creating an atmosphere that emphasizes integrity and purity of thought and action.

The development of lasting relationships - fostering personal and social relationships through interaction among faculty, staff and students; and stressing a lifelong commitment to marriage and the Christian family.

The promotion of wellness - emphasizing that the body is the temple of the Holy Spirit and that lifetime health habits contribute to a better quality of life.

The promotion of citizenship within a global perspective - developing a Christian understanding of and respect for other cultures through an emphasis on liberty and justice.

The President's Welcome

Let me be the first to welcome you to Harding University. We are excited this year to have more than 6,500 students with us. They represent 48 states and 52 nations. Fifty of these students are National Merit Scholars.

Many great and exciting challenges are continuing to impact our work; but most importantly, we are building on a foundation laid in past decades by great men and women of God. We are very much committed to being a Christian college. We are likewise committed to the propagation of the values that come from a personal relationship with God and His Son, and it is our sincere hope that every student at Harding grow spiritually, intellectually and socially. This alone creates our distinctiveness-one that we both cherish and protect and desire to continue.

I invite you to visit Harding in person whenever you can, or you can take a virtual tour here on our Web site. Please continue enjoying your exploration, and I look forward to visiting with you on our campus.

David B. Burks, President
Harding University
501-279-4274
[email protected]

Campus of Character

Leading with Character

Inauguration
Building on qualities that had been promoted since its founding in 1923, Harding University was recognized as the first Campus of Character in October, 2002, by the International Association of Character Cities, an association of the Character Training Institute in Oklahoma City, Okla. This unique designation followed the passage of a resolution by the university's board of trustees, declaring that Harding would do everything possible to promote character on campus and beyond.

Harding is taking a leadership role with its students and community to demonstrate the importance of good character. By working to strengthen character in its students, the university intends to help students make good decisions throughout their lives.

Training
Character is best taught by example. Leaders who model good character influence other to develop good character by recognizing, requiring and emphasizing proper attitudes, words and actions.

In its commitment to the Character First! model, Harding's student services personnel and resident assistants completed the curriculum and are taking leadership roles in the dormitories and on campus, working to resolve conflicts before they have a chance to surface in wrong actions. Their leadership guides others to focus on these character traits as they make daily decisions leading to a high quality of life.

Character Enrichment
Students and teachers around the world have suggested many positive changes that result from emphasis of character in the educational environment. Foremost among them are improvement of comprehension and retention, which results in greater success in relationships and careers. Others include...
increased cooperation
improved school safety
fewer discipline problems
positive learning environment
higher academic achievement
heightened staff unity
improved family harmony

For more information
International Association of Character Cities

Character Training Institute

Quick Facts

Location Harding is located in Searcy, Ark., a community of 20,000 50 miles northeast of Little Rock and 105 miles west of Memphis, Tenn.
Student Body 6,810 students representing 49 states and 53 foreign countries.
Faculty Harding employs 301 instructional faculty members, 68 percent of whom hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree.
Type of University Harding is a four-year, private, residential coeducational liberal arts university.
Church Affiliation Harding is affiliated with the churches of Christ.
Accolades U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, National Merit Scholars and the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Majors Harding offers 10 undergraduate degrees in more than 90 academic majors, 14 preprofessional programs, and 10 graduate and professional degrees in its colleges of Arts and Humanities, Bible and Religion, Business Administration, Communication, Education, Honors, Nursing, Pharmacy and Sciences.
International Programs Nearly 50 percent of each graduating class has spent a semester at one of Harding’s international campuses in Brisbane, Australia; Viña del Mar, Chilé; London, England; Paris, France; Athens, Greece; Florence, Italy; or Namwianga Mission, Zambia.
Service In 2010, Harding was named once again to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Last year nearly 6,500 students, faculty and staff contributed more than 89,000 hours of service.
Careers During the year, more than 350 recruiters representing 230 organizations met with students. Recent graduates are working for such national and global companies as Dell, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Wal-Mart, Ford Motor Co., Dillard’s Inc., HCA Healthcare and Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Athletics Harding is a member of the Gulf South Conference, NCAA Division II.
Average Undergraduate Expenses A typical resident student taking 15 hours per semester can meet all regular expenses of tuition, required fees, room and food services for $19,962 for the school year.
Campus
Harding’s Searcy campus has 46 buildings on 350 acres.

Accreditation

Harding University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and
is a member of the North Central Association
(312-263-0456, 800-621-7440).

The graduate and undergraduate teacher education programs are
accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher
Education (1961). The social work program is accredited by the Council
on Social Work Education (1978). The College of Nursing is accredited
by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (1980). The
Department of Music is accredited by the National Association of
Schools of Music (1983). The College of Business Administration is
accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and
Programs (1992). The dietetics program is accredited by the Commission
on Accreditation for Dietetics Education of the American Dietetics
Association (2002). The Department of Family and Consumer Sciences is
approved by the National Council on Family Relations (2005). The
athletic training program is accredited by the Commission on
Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (2007). The Department of
Communication Sciences & Disorders received candidacy status from the
Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech Language
Pathology (2007). Computer engineering (2005), electrical engineering
(2007) and mechanical engineering programs are accredited by ABET. The
physician assistant studies program is accredited by the Accreditation
Review Commission for the Physician Assistant, Inc. (2009). The
College of Pharmacy has candidate status from the Accreditation
Council for Pharmacy Education (2009). Harding is also a member of the
American Council on Education, the American Association of Colleges
for Teacher Education, the College Entrance Examination Board, and the
National Commission on Accrediting.

History

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. Harper had been founded in 1915 in Harper, Kan., and Arkansas Christian had been chartered in 1919.

Upon completion of a study begun in May 1978, the board of trustees approved the study's recommended change of Harding to university status, and on Aug. 27, 1979, the name of the institution officially became Harding University.

The college was named in memory of James A. Harding, co-founder and first president of Nashville Bible School (now David Lipscomb University) in Nashville, Tenn. A preacher, teacher and Christian educator, James A. Harding inspired his co-workers and associates with an enthusiasm for Christian education that remains a significant tradition at Harding University.

With the merger J.N. Armstrong, who had served five years as Harper's president, became president of Harding College, and A.S. Croom, president of Arkansas Christian for two years, became vice president for business affairs. In 1934 Harding was moved to its present site in Searcy, Ark., on the campus of a former women's institution, Galloway Col lege.

One of Harding's first graduates, George S. Benson, returned from mission work in China in 1936 to assume the presidency of his alma mater. The vigorous educator quickly directed the College out of deep indebtedness and launched it on a journey to financial stability, national recognition and academic accreditation. When Dr. Benson retired in 1965, his 29 years of tireless service were more than evident in a multimillion-dollar campus, regional accreditation, a strong faculty, and a continually growing student body. Dr. Benson died in December 1991 and is buried in Searcy.

Dr. Clifton L. Ganus Jr., a 1943 graduate, served as president from 1965 to 1987. A former history department chairman and vice president of the College, Dr. Ganus kept alive his predecessor's drive for excellence by leading a plan of campus improvement and expansion. During his administration, enrollment increased from 1,472 in the fall of 1965 to 2,767 in the fall of 1986. Seven major academic buildings, four large residence halls, and several married students' apartments were constructed. A $1 million addition to the Science Building was completed in 1984. Also, six academic buildings were renovated and/or enlarged. The nursing program, the social work program, the Mission Prepare program, the School of Biblical Studies (with programs in Searcy and in Nassau, the Bahamas), and the Harding University in Florence (Italy) program were developed during his administration. In Memphis, Tenn., the Graduate School of Religion experienced significant growth, received accreditation by the Southern Association, and added the Doctor of Ministry degree to its program. Upon his retirement, Dr. Ganus became Harding's first chancellor, and in his honor, the board of trustees named the physical education complex the Clifton L. Ganus Jr. Athletic Center.

Dr. David B. Burks became Harding's fourth president in May 1987. A 1965 graduate, he has been a member of the faculty since 1967 and previously served as dean of the School of Business. As professor of business and director of the American Studies program, Dr. Burks received the Distinguished Teacher Award in 1974 and 1986. A C.P.A. and consultant, he has written The Christian Alternative for Business and Strategic Management Simulation. He instituted the course in Christian Business Ethics, a requirement for all business majors. He holds a doctorate in administration of higher education from Florida State University. Under his leadership, the University has experienced record growth in enrollment and giving and, more importantly, continues to place significant emphasis on Christian servanthood.

Contact Us

Academic Departments

Art & Design Department, 501-279-4426
Art[email protected]

Behavioral Sciences Department, 501-279-4425
[email protected]

Biology Department, 501-279-4459
[email protected]

Chemistry Department, 501-279-4361
[email protected]

College of Arts and Humanities, 501-279-4421
[email protected]

College of Bible & Religion, 501-279-4448
[email protected]

College of Business, 501-279-4240
[email protected]

College of Education, 501-279-4242
[email protected]

College of Nursing, 501-279-4475
[email protected]

College of Sciences, 501-279-4365
[email protected]

Communication Department, 501-279-4445
[email protected]

Computer Science Department, 501-279-4361
[email protected]

English Department, 501-279-4421
[email protected]

Family & Consumer Sciences Department, 501-279-4472
[email protected]

History & Social Science Department, 501-279-4427
[email protected]

Honors College, 501-279-4056
[email protected]

Mathematics Department, 501-279-4361
[email protected]

Foreign Languages and International Studies, 501-279-4645
[email protected]

Music Department, 501-279-4343
[email protected]

Administrative Offices

Academic Resources Center, 501-279-4024
[email protected]

Admissions Services, 501-279-4407 or toll free 1-800-477-4407
[email protected]

Advance Program, 501-279-4024
[email protected]

Advancement Office, 501-279-4312 or toll free 1-800-477-4312
[email protected]

Alpha Chi (National Office), 501-279-4443
[email protected]

Alumni Relations, 501-279-4276
[email protected]

Aramark
Campus Dining, 501-279-4231
Facility Services, 501-279-7494

Athletics, 501-279-4760
[email protected]

Business Office, 501-279-4336
[email protected]

Executive V.P., 501-279-4406
[email protected]

Campus Ministry, 501-279-4530

Career Center, 501-279-4454
[email protected]

Institute for Church and Family, 501-279-4660
[email protected]

Information Technology Services (ITS), 501-279-4440
[email protected]

DormNet, 501-279-4545
[email protected]

E-Learning & Multimedia, 501-279-5201
[email protected]

Financial Aid Office, 501-279-4257
[email protected]

Harding Bookstore, 501-279-4351
[email protected]

Human Resources Office, 501-279-4380
[email protected]

International Programs, 501-279-4529
[email protected]

Multicultural Student Services, 501-279-4110
[email protected]

Professional Center, 501-758-4857
[email protected]

President's Office, 501-279-4274
[email protected]

Public Relations Office, 501-279-4316
[email protected]

Public Safety, 501-279-5000
[email protected]

Registrar's Office, 501-279-4057
[email protected]

Residence Life, 501-279-4256
[email protected]

Sports Information, 501-279-4760
[email protected]

Student Life, 501-279-4331
[email protected]

Student Technology Services (STS), 501-279-4545
[email protected]

TRIO Student Support Services, 501-279-4028
[email protected]

Vice President of Academic Affairs, 501-279-4335
[email protected]

Satellite Campuses

International Campuses (Australia, England, Italy, Greece and more)
International Programs, 501-279-4529
[email protected]

Graduate School of Religion (Memphis, TN)
Admissions Office, 901-761-1356
[email protected]

Harding Academy (Searcy, AR)
Elementary, 501-279-7200
High School, 501-279-7201

Professional Center (Bentonville, Ark.)
479-271-9659
[email protected]

Professional Center (North Little Rock, Ark.)
501-758-4857
[email protected]

For security or safety concerns contact the Dept. of Public Safety at 501-279-5000 or
[email protected]

General Information

The social aspect of Harding University - the pursuit of an education within a Christian social environment is of paramount importance to the University's mission. 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.

Opportunities abound for cultural growth through participation in music and drama productions, art shows, lectures, and special events. There are also some 50 student organizations, including professional clubs, social clubs, honor societies, athletic teams and special-interest organizations which offer social and recreational opportunities as a part of the total educational process.

The Office of Student Life is also responsible for administering policies concerning student life. These policies are set forth in the Student Handbook, and are designed to produce a positive climate for developing students' potential. A positive learning environment includes special programs which are of particular help in meeting individual student needs. Programs designed to assist students in choosing majors and planning careers, individual counseling, and specific health issues are some of the ways this office is helping to meet student needs.

Campus Announcement - Swine Flu Information
Health Services is continuing to monitor the current situation involving seasonal flu and H1N1 (Swine Flu). All students should continue to exercise healthy preventative habits
by washing hands frequently, covering nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing, and maintaining proper diet and sleep habits.
Anyone with flu-like symptoms (fever, sore throat, headache, body aches, cough, and possibly nausea and vomiting) should immediately contact Health Services at (501) 279-4346
and/or report to the clinic located on Center Street just west of Sears Hall. Health Services will provide students with additional information regarding health care,
as well as methods to prevent the spread of illness to others.
Those with flu-like illness are asked to limit contact with others, except to seek medical care, for at least 24 hours after fever is gone.

Chapel Information

Chapel is important to the basic purpose of Harding University. Our reason for existence is the integration of faith, learning and living. Our major objective is that all students grow spiritually while attending this University.

The university specifies that daily chapel service be held with attendance mandatory for students taking nine or more hours a semester. Services last 35 minutes and always include a devotional period and announcements of general interest. The planned programs are designed to stimulate intellectual, religious, social or aesthetic development.

In addition to the spiritual emphasis and the varied programs, chapel provides an opportunity for the entire student body and faculty to come together. The camaraderie and Christian fellowship opportunity is one of the unique aspects of student life at Harding.
Chapel Etiquette

- Be on time.
- If tardy, be sure to check with the appropriate chapel checker, then walk quietly to your seat.
- If you arrive more than 10 minutes late, you will be counted absent.
- You are allowed 10 unexcused absences per semester.
- Lap tops, cell phones and head phones may not be used during chapel.
- No food or drink is permitted in the auditorium.
- Men should remove caps during chapel.

Multicultural Student Services

Mission

Harding’s mission is to provide a quality education that will lead to an understanding and philosophy of life consistent with Christian ideals. One of the goals of the institution is the promotion of citizenship within a global perspective. 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, rather than exclusion from, academic, social and recreational groups and activities. Intentional social interaction is encouraged rather than passive social isolation and segregation. In addition, this office provides educational efforts for both majority and minority students that focus on awareness of cultural differences self-assessment of cultural awareness and possible prejudices and changing prejudicial attitudes or behaviors.

General Information

Most of the programming for the Office of Multicultural Student Services is done by a student organization called the Multicultural Student Action Committee. This energetic and creative group of students meets regularly and is instrumental in involving a large percentage of our minority students in campus life.

Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. in the Student Center on the 2nd floor room 205

Health Services

Health Services Staff

Mission
The mission of Student Health Services is to assist students in optimum mental, physical, social and spiritual wellness by providing primary care services. Visits to the University clinic are without charge.

Location
605 E. Center (west of Searcy hall and can be reached by phone at (501) 279-4346.

Bring your Harding I.D. card (*Free with the exception of flu vaccinations.)
Student may download the Medical Certificate.pdf

Office Hours
Spring and Fall semesters:
Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Intersession, Summer 1 & 2:
Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

All freshmen and transfers, please down load the MedicalCertificate.pdf. Once it is filled out, please return it to Student Health Services Box 12271 Harding University 72149.

What We Do
Student Health Services is a walk-in clinic. No appointments are necessary. Services provided are symptomatic treatment for minor illnesses, such as colds, sinus congestion, headaches, upset stomach, aches and sprains; first aid for accidental injury; blood pressure screening; and allergy injections, with physician approval. Students are assisted with referrals and appointments to local health professionals. When the clinic is closed, help may be obtained from the Residence Life Coordinators or the Public Safety Office on Campus. Harding does not assume financial responsibility for professional services that require a physician; medical, surgical, or emergency services; or hospitalization. Students are financially responsible for any medical and/or prescription bills.

Class Excuses
Students are responsible for compliance with the attendance policies of individual professors and Harding University. Please read the Student Handbook for additional information on class excuses. Chapel may be excused through the Student Life Office. Student Health Services is not responsible for excusing Chapel. You may look up entered excuses on Pipeline by first logging on, then clicking on "School Services," "My HU Info," "Student & Financial Aid," "Student Records," "Class Excuses," and finally, "Show Excuses for Entire Semester."

Insurance Information
While residing in Searcy, students should provide information for the appropriate procedure for out of the area doctor visits and prescription costs. To obtain this information, students should contact their insurance provider. Students without health insurance can get insurance information from Human Resources in the Ezell room 130. Students must sign up within 30 days of registration. ALL STUDENTS ARE ADVISED TO HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE. Please read the Student Handbook for additional information regarding chronic or pre-existing illness, disposal of needles and syringes., allergy injections, excuse policies, etc.

Phone Numbers
Student Health Services 501-279-4346
Student Life 501-279-4331
VP of Academic Affairs 501-279-4335
Harding Counseling Center 501-279-4347
White County Hospital 501-268-6121
Searcy Medical Center, East 501-278-2848
Sherwood Urgent Care 501-268-6831
Searcy Medical Center, West 501-207-5800
White County Health Department 501-268-6102
Family Practice Associates 501-268-3232
Searcy Medical Center 501-278-2848
Duke Medical Clinic 501-368-3853
Prime Care Walk-in Clinic 501-279-9000
Kensett Clinic 501-742-5697
Searcy Police (non-emergency) 501-268-3531
Searcy Fire Department (non-emergency) 501-279-1066

Emergency Numbers
Campus Security 501-279-5000
Searcy Police 9-911
Searcy Fire Department 9-911
Ambulance 9-911

Health Services Staff

Lynn McCarty RN, BSN is a graduate of the first nursing class from Harding’s College of Nursing. Her husband, Chaplain, Lt. Col. Dennis McCarty USAF (Ret), is also a graduate of both Harding College and Harding’s Graduate School of Religion in Memphis. They have five children, Rena Howard, Christa Wolfe, Carla Stevens, Dennis Neal McCarty, (all Harding graduates), and Laura “Lollie” McCarty, presently a student at Harding. Their three son-in-laws, Wheeler Howard, Marc Wolfe, and Charlie Stevens are also Harding graduates. They have also been blessed with nine grandchildren who bring joy everyday. They are Kaylynn, Landon, Logan, Easton, Braden, Gracie, Bella, Colton, and Helyna.

Registered Nurses

Ann McLarty received her BSN from Harding University and has worked in Student Health Services since 1995. Ann is married to Bruce McLarty, the Vice President for Spiritual Life and Dean of the College of Bible and Religion at Harding University. Ann and Bruce have two daughters. Charity is a 2004 Harding University graduate and Jessica is a 2006 Harding University graduate.

Melinda Wylie received her BSN from the Harding University School of Nursing. She has worked in Student Health Services since January of 2001. Melinda is married to Randy, (BBA Harding), a U.S. Army retiree who operates his own home repair business. They have lived in Searcy since 1995, and have two sons. Their oldest son, Tim and his wife Rachel are 2004 Harding graduates. They have two children, Maya and Casal. Their youngest son, James is currently stationed at Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany with the USAF. He and his wife, Jessica, have three children, Lydia, Noah, and Sophia

Donna Daggett graduated from Harding University with a BSN in 1983. She is married to Shawn Daggett who teaches Missions and Bible at Harding. Shawn and Donna were missionaries in Bergamo, Italy for 10 years. They moved to Searcy in 1996. They have four children, Seth, Jeremy, Becca, and Kenna. Seth is a Harding graduate and Jeremy is currently a student at Harding. Donna has been with Student Health Services since the fall of 2003.

Marcy Cox graduated from Harding University with a BSN in 1977. She is married to Gerald Cox, who graduated from Harding in 1977 and Indiana University in 1998. He works at Harding’s Brackett Library. Gerald and Marcy have lived in Searcy since 1998. They have three sons. Jesse is married to Elaine and they have a son, Raleigh and a daughter Lydia Ruth. They reside in Seattle, Washington. Samuel and his wife Charla live in Fayetteville, Arkansas and Andrew (their youngest) is currently a student at Harding. Marcy has worked at Student Health Services part-time since 1999.
Receptionist

Connie Moore graduated from Harding University with a B.A. in Family and Consumer Science. Her husband, Steve Moore, is an associate professor of biology at Harding University. They have resided in Searcy since 1995. They have two children, Rachel and Benjamin, both students at Harding Academy. Connie has worked for Student Health Services since the fall of 2007.

Staff

Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. in the Student Center on the 2nd floor room 218.
David Collins Ed.D
Vice President/Dean of Students

Stuart B. Varner M.Ed
Associate Dean of Students

Sheri Shearin M.Ed
Assistant Dean of Students

Zach Neal
Assistant Dean of Students

Annette Davis
Secretary to the Vice President/Office Manager

Joanna Lemmons
Secretary to the Deans

Sara Richardson
Chapel Secretary

Debbie Treadwell
Chapel Secretary

Contact Information

Women's Social Clubs

Chi Kappa Rho
Mandy Johnson - Box 12627 - [email protected]

Chi Omega Pi
Addie Loeffler - Box 10978 - [email protected]

Delta Gamma Rho
Laura Green - Box 11896 - [email protected]

Delta Nu
Mary Armstrong - Box 10557 - [email protected]

Gata
Maggie Ramsey - Box 11326 - [email protected]

Iota Chi
Brittany Mountford - Box 10485 - [email protected]

Ju Go Ju
Erin Powell - Box 13636 - [email protected]

Ko Jo Kai
Caroline Pruitt - [email protected]

Oege
Laura Burgess - Box 11857 - [email protected]

Omega Lambda Chi
Tiffany Moan - Box 14132 - [email protected]

Pi Theta Phi
Sunnie Rogers - Box 12767 - [email protected]

Regina
Brittany Perry - Box 10342 - [email protected]

Shantih
Jess Ardrey - Box 12988 - [email protected]

Zeta Pi Zeta
Megan Youngblood - Box 10359 - [email protected]

Zeta Rho
Nicole Guillo - Box 14495 - [email protected]


Men's Social Clubs

Alpha Tau Epsilon
James Rucker - Box 14775 - [email protected]

Beta Omega Chi
Ty Shelton - Box 14228 - [email protected]

Chi Lambda Chi
Bradley Wright - Box 12144 - [email protected]

Chi Sigma Alpha
Davey Grubbs - Box 13836 - [email protected]

Delta Chi Delta
Nathan Steele - Box 14204 - [email protected]

Gamma Sigma Phi
Justin Verzosa - Box 14357 - [email protected]

King's Men
Ryan Howard - Box 14261 - [email protected]

Knights
Nathan Baskett - Box 12902 - [email protected]

Kyodai
Devin Stewart - Box 11217 - [email protected]

Pi Kappa Epsilon

Sub T-16
Bruce McMullen - Box 13264 - [email protected]

Titans
Marco Orozco - Box 12706 - [email protected]

TNT
Mark Baur - Box 11294 - [email protected]


Campus Organizations

Academic Quiz Team
Mark Elrod - [email protected] - Box 10836

Accounting Society
Phil Brown - [email protected] - Box 10774

African Mission Fellowship
Mark Berryman - [email protected] - Box 12280

Alpha Chi
Linda Thompson - [email protected] - Box 12235
Ken Cameron - [email protected] - Box 12260
Donny Lee - [email protected] - Box 12254
Arthur Shearin - [email protected] - Box 10767

Alpha Chi Malachi
Ken Neller - [email protected] - Box 12280
Randy Willingham - [email protected] - Box 12280

Alpha Pi Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Academic and Professional Honor
Society International, Inc. (Graduate - Professional Organization Only)
Gene Wright - [email protected] - Box 12254

Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society - ETA Omega Cast
Morris Ellis - [email protected] - Box 10765
Ben Jones - [email protected] - Box 10765
Britton Lynn - [email protected] - Box 10765
Robin Miller - [email protected] - Box 10765

American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Harding Student Unit
Becky Moore - [email protected] - Box 12233
Rebecca Teague - [email protected] - Box 12233

American Choral Directors Association
Cliff Ganus - [email protected] - Box 10877

American Marketing Association
Lori Sloan - [email protected] - Box 10774

American Pharmacists Association - Academy of Student Pharmacists (Graduate - Professional Organization Only)
Jeanie Smith - [email protected] - Box 12230

American Society of Interior Design
Amy Cox - [email protected] - Box 12253

American Studies Distinguished Students
Bob Reely - [email protected] - Box 10762

Barristers
Steven Breezeel - [email protected] - Box 12247

Belles & Beaux
Chuck Hicks - [email protected] - Box 10767

Bisons for Christ
Liz Howell - [email protected] - Box 10768

Business Information Technology Students
Reet Cronk - [email protected] - Box 10774
Jake Stewart - [email protected] - Box 10774
John Stone - [email protected] - Box 10774

Campus Ministry United
Marvin Crowson - [email protected] - Box 10871

Campus Players
Morris Ellis - [email protected] - Box 10765
Ben Jones - [email protected] - Box 10765
Britton Lynn - [email protected] - Box 10765
Robin Miller - [email protected] - Box 10765

Chamber Singers
Kelly Neill - [email protected] - Box 10767

Circle K International
Terrie Smith - [email protected] - Box 12270
College Democrats
Jack Shock - [email protected] - Box 10765

College Republicans
Rich Brown - [email protected] - Box 10774
Cheri Pierson Yecke - [email protected] - Box 10773
Jake Stewart - [email protected] - Box 10774

Collegiate MENC, National Association for Music Education
Cindy Carrell - [email protected] - Box 10767
Warren Casey - [email protected] - Box 10767

Concert Choir
Kelly Neill - [email protected] - Box 10767

Council of Students (Graduate - Professional Organization Only)
Susan Grace - [email protected] - Box 12230

Delta Mu Delta
Brian Burks - [email protected] - Box 10774

Didaskalos
Jerry Bowling - [email protected] - Box 12280

The Dyssack Trainers
Scot Crenshaw - [email protected] - Box 12280

Exercise Science Club
Bryan Phillips - [email protected] - Box 12281
Ken Turley - [email protected] - Box 12281

The Financial Management Association
Kenneth Moran - [email protected] - Box 10774

French Club
Robert McCready - [email protected] - Box 12263
Joli Love - [email protected] - Box 12263
Gedanken Society
Ed Wilson - [email protected] - Box 10849

Good News Singers
Chuck Hicks - [email protected] - Box 10767

Harding Athletes as Role Models
Ronnie Huckeba - [email protected] - Box 12281

The Harding African Students Association
Usenime Akpanudo - [email protected] - Box 12261
Kwame Yeboah - [email protected] - Box 12230

Harding Chinese Students and Scholars Association
Milo Hadwin - [email protected] - Box 12280

The Harding Criminal Justice Association - Alpha Theta Omega
B.J. Houston - [email protected] - Box 12260

Harding Dietetics Club
Lisa Ritchie - [email protected] - Box 12233

Harding Film Studies Association
Ken Hammes - [email protected] - Box 11033
Larry Hunt - [email protected] - Box 12248

Harding In Action
Steven Ramsey - [email protected] - Box 14217

Harding Student Advertising Association
Steve Shaner - [email protected] - Box 10765

Harding University Chorus
Cliff Ganus - [email protected] - Box 10877

Harding University College of Pharmacy NCPA Student Chapter (Graduate - Professional Organization Only)
Tim Howard - [email protected] - Box 12230
Jeff Mercer - [email protected] - Box 12230

Harding University College of Pharmacy Student Society of Health-System Pharmacy (Graduate - Professional Organization Only)
Christy Holland - [email protected] - Box 12230
Rayanne Story - [email protected] - Box 12230

Harding University Fishing Club
David Collins - [email protected] - Box 12252

Harding University Italian Club
Joli Love - [email protected] - Box 12263

Harding University Jazz Band
Warren Casey - [email protected] - Box 10913

Harding University Lacrosse Club
Dirk Smith - [email protected] - Box 12238

Harding University Orchestra
Miichael Chance - [email protected] - Box 10767

The Harding University Pre-Pharmacy Club
David Cole - [email protected] - Box 12272

Harding University Rugby Athletic Club
J.D. Yingling - [email protected] - Box 12281

Harding University String Quartet
Michael Chance - [email protected] - Box 10767

Harding University Student Athletic Trainers' Association
Shaya Hancock - [email protected] - Box 12281
Ronnie Harlow - [email protected]g.edu - Box 12281
Randy Lambeth - [email protected] - Box 10843

Harding University Student Branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Charles Wu - [email protected] - Box 12290

Harding University Student Chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Brad Miller - [email protected] - Box 12290

Harding University Student Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)
Dutch Hoggatt - [email protected] - Box 10765
Jim Miller - [email protected] - Box 10765

Harding University Student Nursing Association
Patty Smith - [email protected] - Box 12265
Jeanie Burt - [email protected] - Box 12265
DaLynn Clayton - [email protected] - Box 12265
Johnetta Kelly - [email protected] - Box 12265

Harding University Ultimate Frisbee Club
Scott Adair - [email protected] - Box 12280

The Harding University Walking Society
Jared Dockery - [email protected] - Box 12247

Harding University Wind Ensemble
Michael Chance - [email protected] - Box 10767

Harding University Women's Ultimate Club
Steve Cooper - [email protected] - Box 12251
Amber Hug - [email protected] - Box 12251

Health Science Club
Debbie Duke - [email protected] - Box 10764

Honors College
Jeff Hopper - [email protected] - Box 10838

HUmanity
Jacob Edwards - [email protected] - Box 12231
Mark Elrod - [email protected] - Box 10836

International Business Society
Bud Hebert - [email protected] - Box 10774

International Campaigns
Ken Graves - [email protected] - Box 12280

The International Student Society
Nicky Boyd - [email protected] - Box 10822

J.E.S.U.S. Project
Nicky Boyd - [email protected] - Box 10822

Kappa Delta Pi
Donny Lee - [email protected] - Box 12254
Betty Watson - [email protected] - Box 12254

Kappa Pi, the International Honorary Art Fraternity
Greg Clayton - [email protected] - Box 12253
Steve Choate - [email protected] - Box 12253

Kinesiology Club
Jessica Moore - [email protected] - Box 12281
J.D. Yingling - [email protected] - Box 12281

Liberty United
Paul Pollard - [email protected] - Box 12280

The Multicultural Student Action Committee
Butch Gardner - [email protected] - Box 12232

National Broadcasting Society (Alpha Epsilon Rho)
Bob Ritchie - [email protected] - Box 10765

Nu Delta Chapter of Kappa Omicron Nu, Incorporated
Denise Fisher - [email protected] - Box 12233
Beth Wilson - [email protected] - Box 12233

Omicron Delta Kappa
Bob Reely - [email protected] - Box 10762

OutReach America
Marvin Crowson - [email protected] - Box 10871

Pep Band
Wesley Parker - [email protected] - Box 10767

Phi Alpha Theta
Julie Harris - [email protected] - Box 12247
Kevin Klein - [email protected] - Box 12247

Phi Beta Lambda
Don Diffine - [email protected] - Box 12245

Phi Eta Sigma
Linda Thompson - [email protected] - Box 12235

Pi Kappa Delta
Pat Garner - [email protected] - Box 10791

Pi Sigma Alpha
Mark Elrod - [email protected] - Box 10836

Pied Pipers
Dottie Frye - [email protected] - Box 10765

Psi Chi
Glen Adams - [email protected] - Box 12260

Radio Station KVHU 95.3
Dutch Hogatt - [email protected] - Box 10765

Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA)
Dutch Hogatt - [email protected] - Box 10765

Red Brick Studios
Thomas Buterbaugh - [email protected] - Box 12234
Stacy Schoen - [email protected] - Box 12253

Revelation Paintball Organization
Kevin Davis - [email protected] - Box 10780

The Roosevelt Institution
Mark Elrod - [email protected] - Box 10836

S.A.L.T.
Penny McGlawn - [email protected] - Box 12254
Cheri Smith - [email protected] - Box 12254

Scribblers
Terry Engel - [email protected] - Box 12248

Sigma Tau Delta
Michael Claxton - [email protected] - Box 12248
Kathy Dillion - [email protected] - Box 12248

Sigma Theta Tau International Epsilon Omicron Chapter
Jeanie Burt - [email protected] - Box 12265
DaLynn Clayton - [email protected] - Box 12265
Lisa Engel - [email protected] - Box 12265
Jackie Harris - [email protected] - Box 12265
Cathleen Shultz - [email protected] - Box 12265

Sign Language/Dactylology Club
Fleming Bell - [email protected] - Box 12263
Penny Bell - [email protected] - Box 12263
Linda Thompson - [email protected] - Box 12235

Social Work Club
Kim Baker-Abrams - [email protected] - Box 12260

Society of the Advancement of Management
Alan Frazier - [email protected] - Box 10774

Society of Near Eastern Archaeology
Dale Manor - [email protected] - Box 12280

Souvenirs
Nick Boone - [email protected] - Box 12248
Michael Claxton - [email protected] - Box 12248

Spanish Club
Ava Conley - [email protected] - Box 10897

Spring Break Campaigns
Nate Copeland - [email protected] - Box 12256

Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (Graduate - Professional Organization Only)
Gary Hill - [email protected] - Box 12231

Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society
Ed Wilson - [email protected] - Box 10849

Student Association
Steven Ramsey - [email protected] - Box 14217

Student Chapter of the Council for Exceptional Children
Carol Douglass - [email protected] - Box 12254
Jan Morgan - [email protected] - Box 12254

Student Speech and Hearing Association
Becky McLain - [email protected] - Box 10765
Dan Tullos - [email protected] - Box 10765
Beckie Weaver - [email protected] - Box 10765

Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)
Rich Brown - [email protected] - Box 10774
Jim Shelton - [email protected] - Box 10774

Theatron
Andrew Baker - [email protected] - Box 10750
Brandon Tittle - [email protected] - Box 10750

Thundering Herd Marching Band
Michael Chance - [email protected] - Box 10767
Wesley Parker - [email protected] - Box 10767
T.V. 16 News
Dutch Hoggatt - [email protected] - Box 10765
Bob Ritchie - [email protected] - Box 10765

The Way: Servant Leaders in Health Care
Teresa Chance - [email protected] - Box 10774

Youth Corps
Scott Adair - [email protected] - Box 12280
Dan Stockstill - [email protected] - Box 12280


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