|Location||Harding is located in Searcy, Ark. (www.searcychamber.com), a community of almost 23,000 50 miles northeast of Little Rock and 105 miles west of Memphis, Tenn.|
|Student Body||4,621 students representing 49 states and 62 nations and territories.|
|Faculty||Harding employs 340 faculty members, 69 percent of whom hold a doctoral 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.|
|Majors||Harding offers 10 undergraduate degrees in more than 100 academic majors; 14 preprofessional programs; and more than 50 graduate and professional programs, including master's, specialist and doctoral degrees. graduate certificates, and endorsements. Academics are housed in 10 colleges: allied health, arts and humanities, Bible and ministry, business administration, education, nursing, pharmacy, sciences, honors and University College.|
|Study Abroad||Nearly 30 percent of each graduating class has spent a semester at one of Harding’s international programs in Zambia, Australasia, Latin America, England, Greece and Italy.|
|Athletics||Harding is a member of the Great American Conference, NCAA Division II. More than 400 athletes compete in 18 intercollegiate sports offered at Harding.|
|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 $30,144 for the school year.|
|Financial Assistance||Nearly ninety-five percent of students receive financial assistance.|
Harding’s Searcy campus has 57 buildings on 350 acres.
|Accolades||The Princeton Review, National Merit Scholars, ranked for student engagement by Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education, ranked a Best College for Your Money by Money magazine and by College Factual, College of Distinction, Arkansas College of Distinction, No. 2 Best Colleges in Arkansas by Intelligent (2021), and No. 1 Best Value College in Arkansas by SmartAsset (2021)|
|Service||In 2016, Harding was named once again to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Last year students, faculty and staff contributed more than 169,000 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.|
For accreditation information, see the Office of the Provost Accreditation page.