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About Hardin-Simmons University
The main HSU campus sits on 96 beautifully landscaped acres, with the total property encompassing 220 acres. Comprised of 33 major buildings, including eight classroom buildings, six residence halls, and two apartment complexes, the HSU campus is a place where students feel at home.
More than 50 student clubs and organizations exist on campus, including: service, religious, honor, academic discipline, civic, and political organizations. Many HSU students participate in local fraternities and sororities, which are campus-based social or service clubs.
A large community with a small-town feel, Abilene is a leading educational, business, and medical hub in West Texas with a metropolitan population of approximately 120,000. There are numerous entertainment options available for college students, including a variety of restaurants, shops, and commercial businesses.
Abilene is located in Taylor County, near the geographic center of Texas, and has a population of 116,806. Dyess Air Force Base, home to the B-1 Bomber, lies in the western part of the city.
There are six residence halls, two apartment complexes, and over sixty houses available to on-campus residents at HSU. These facilities afford students the opportunity to experience and participate in a diverse offering of residential experiences while living on campus.
- Anderson Hall
- Behrens Hall
- Blanche Lange Hall
- Ferguson/Nix Hall
- Hunter Hall
- Campus Apartments
- Campus Houses
Courses available 10Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Business, Management 3 Computer Science, IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1 MBA 1
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