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Reviews 382 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Junior

Overall Experience: All the courses I have taken so far have taught me something that I will need to use later in my life. There is not only a variety of classes but different types of professors as well. Most of the classes are pretty small (2ish students) and this makes learning easier.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I feel that when it comes time for me to find an internship, I will have several options. Many graduates of Freed-Hardeman come back to talk to us students about their careers. They seem pleased and encourage us to work ethically and hard to get to where we want to be.

5 College Junior

Health & Safety: Being a Christian college, many of the students strive to do right. It is also a small campus so there are not too many spots where one could be harmed without someone noticing relatively quickly.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: The social life is great, there is always somewhere you can be around friends. Most of the dorms are old and squishy but cozy all the same. It is truly the people that make a place a home, not the structure. I feel like it may be a little overpriced, but hey maybe the money will go towards renovations.

3 College Junior

Athletics: I personally do not attend many or even any of the athletic events but almost everyone does. The teams do great and have dedicated fans, great spirit, and they truly put their hearts into it.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I love the Christian atmosphere of this school. All the teachers care about the students and truly want us to succeed and even excel in what we pursue academically, spiritually, and and personally.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: students did hard work for their athletic

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Somehow, it was good experience to go to different kinds of schools

4 College Junior

Academics: Professors will generally work with you, and curriculum is generally quite decent. It's relatively easy to register, and students have final control of their classes.

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3 College Junior

Diversity: Being a private school, there are many who could be considered intolerant of other minorities. There is a good bit of ethnic/ racial diversity, and economic as well. Politics, religion, and sexual orientation are somewhat less tolerant.

4 College Junior

Drug Safety: While there is some drug and alcohol use on campus, it is against school policy, and is kept quiet.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Living on campus is like living with another set of parents that didn't birth you yet controls your every move. The custodians do their best in keeping the dorm clean, but lots of students do not care as much as they should. It almost like they know that it will get clean so why bother taking the extra mile and help lessen the stress. Some dorm moms make exceptions for other students

3 College Freshman

Greek Life: I wouldn't consider what Freed has as Greek Life. It is more like clubs with Greek names. It is easy to get in and they are friendly until two weeks later and they never speak to you again. There are cliques and your regular stereotypes. Phi Kappa is the redneck, country club who are extremely competitive and rowdy. Chi Beta Chi is the Christian club. They are complete die hard lovers of God to the point where they take to a new level. Theta Nu is the artsy club. That is usually the club all of the art majors and theater majors join. Gamma Tau Mega is where the hardcore game players. They are considered the sweetest club, but are weird and not people you hang out with on a regular basis. Xi Chi Beta is the fun yet chill club. If they don't want to do something then you can't force their hands. Then there is Sigma Rho. They are the snobs and socialites who families have a bunch of money and they consider their club the better of all the others. They are also nicknamed Sigma Hoes.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: The athletes are great here. Most only come to this school for the scholarship they received from Freed.

2 College Freshman

Overall Experience: This was the worst decision of my life. Although this school expresses that they accept anyone, it is only partially true. Anyone can be accepted as a student of Freed-Hardeman but as far as being accepted into the school's student body, it is easier said than done. There has many times where those who weren't of Christian faith, Church of Christ or Baptist congregation they considered lower than the rest of the student body. The majority of the faculty members are amazing and will do anything for you, but a good percentage of the students are not so welcoming after the first two weeks of the school year. This is a perfect school for others, but it was far from perfect for me. It was a mistake to even consider accepting here.

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: Campus crime is extremely low due to the Christian environment. Our security is pretty hardworking.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: My classes are challenging but manageable. My professors are very approachable and definitely care about me & my grades. I love the small classes.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The fact that I can get my MBA while I am getting my undergrad is awesome.

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Campus housing could definitely be better. I hear guys complain about cockroaches a lot.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: The athletics are good. School spirit can get crazy, but the main emphasis on campus is clubs when it comes to extracurriculars.

5 College Freshman

Overall Experience: I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. The environment here is awesome. It isn't perfect, but it is where I feel I fit in best.

3 College Junior

Health & Safety: The campus security is friendly and maintain a presence around the school. They can be called any time, day or night, and are always available to help. Even so, there is a lot of campus to cover, and when it comes in individual situations, students are mostly expected to fend for themselves unless they seek additional help from the administration. Despite what the school wants everyone to believe, there is no such thing as a perfect campus, and sexual assault is not unheard of, and drug use is occasionally found as well.

Compared to some schools, Freed-Hardeman is quite safe. There is very very little chance of being shot, mugged, or assaulted. However, the students are able to make their own choices, and bullying (especially cyberbullying) is not as uncommon as it should be.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The large majority of classes are excellent, including basic general education requirements. There is a wide variety of classes, though a lot of them build on entry-level classes, and thus have a string of prerequisites

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Students who graduate from Freed-Hardeman seem to do very well following graduation. I have no experience with the career center, but I do know that the school occasionally hosts job fairs, especially for specific fields such as business or psychology.

4 College Junior

Campus Housing: Several of the dorms are becoming outdated, and a good number of them are scheduled to be demolished and replaced in the next ten years. That being said, they are mostly well maintained, and living on-campus is quite a delight.

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Almost all FHU students are proud of their school and wouldn't change their college choice. This small campus that is nestled in a small town in Southwest Tennessee is more than a college to its students; it's home and a place where one can feel loved and accepted. FHU focuses on a Christian education as well as an education that will help its students succeed in the business world. The University's mission statement is "Teaching how to live and how to make a living," and the faculty does just that. All of the faculty and staff are members of the Church of Christ and are true examples of what a Christian should be.

Because FHU is such a small campus, it's hard to walk around and not recognize most of the people you pass by. While many college campuses are very large and home to thousands of students, the reason many students come to Freed is because of the small size, along with the Christian atmosphere and endearing faculty. FHU offers a warm feeling to its students, something that is very unique for a university. Students are safe to walk around at night, leave their purse or laptop unattended, or sometimes to even leave their dorm room door unlocked. It's rare to find a place with so many young people who are honest and who are sincerely trying to do what is right. Of course, no place is perfect, but FHU sure feels close.

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