- 355 QS World University Rankings 2014
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About Harding University
Harding's Main Campus
Harding’s Searcy campus has 48 buildings on 350 acres.
Harding's Professional Center
In North Little Rock, Ark.A campus in central Arkansas serving students in Graduate and Undergraduate programs.
Harding's Professional Center
In Rogers, Ark.A campus in northwest Arkansas serving students in various Graduate and Undergraduate programs.
Harding School of Theology
In Memphis, Tenn.A Graduate campus focused on developing Biblical knowledge and leadership.
In Searcy, Ark.A K-12 school located on the main Harding campus only
Harding's home community, Searcy, Ark., a city of 20,000 people, is the seat of White County. Located in east central Arkansas, Searcy is about 50 miles northeast of Little Rock and 105 miles west of Memphis, Tenn. The nearness of Little Rock and Memphis gives Searcy residents access to cultural and entertainment opportunities of metropolitan areas without sacrificing the special charms of small-town living.
All residence halls are air-conditioned and have mini-blinds on the windows. All beds in female residence halls are regular twins. All beds in men’s residence halls are extra-long twins, except in Allen where they are regular twins. Each bedroom has a separate connection for the campus DormNet system for each occupant and one cable television connection. Some items may be put on the walls. What they may be attached with is different for different facilities, but usually Command-style hooks can be used. The Residence Life Coordinator for each facility will tell occupants when they move in what may be used in that facility.
Allen, Armstrong, Graduate, Harbin, and Keller are traditional men's residence halls. Cone Hall is made up of efficiency apartments that are within an otherwise typical residence hall. Part of the Village apartments will be used as men's privileged housing. These are full-size, two-bedroom apartments with separate entrances.
Armstrong and Harbin are all-freshmen residence halls. Allen, Graduate and Keller house sophomores, juniors and seniors, as does Cone Hall. Only second- semester juniors, and seniors are allowed in the Village Apartments. These are not available for new students. Occupants must have already resided in our residence halls and go through an application process.
Cathcart, Kendall, Pattie Cobb, Sears, and Stephens are traditional women's residence halls. Searcy Hall is made up of efficiency apartments that are within an otherwise typical residence hall. Pryor and Shores are buildings with full-size apartments with separate entrances. Some buildings in Legacy Park will be used as privileged housing.
Cathcart and Sears are all-freshmen residence halls. Kendall houses quite a few freshmen, as well as upperclassmen. Stephens, Pattie Cobb, and Searcy Hall house upperclassmen. Only second semester sophomores, juniors, and seniors are allowed in Pryor and Shores. Legacy Park houses seniors. An approval process is required to be eligible to be assigned in Legacy Park.
Courses available 10Applied, Pure Sciences 2 Architecture, Building 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Engineering 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 3 Law 1
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