Bison Days has been remixed, and it's totally virtual (for now). Our first Bison Days: Virtual Experience will take place Sept. 14 -19 — make the event your own by picking and choosing the information sessions that are right for you! After you pick which sessions you'd like to attend, let us know by filling out this registration form.
Monday, Sept. 14 - Transfer Day
This session will be filled with information about transferring to Harding and the perks to becoming a Bison that you can join in on right now!
Tuesday, Sept. 15 - Honors College
This session will highlight all the benefits of becoming a member of the Honors College during your time at Harding, hosted by Dean Kevin Kehl and Honors Fellow Dr. Jim Miller.
Wednesday, Sept. 16 — International Programs
This session will provide insight into our six international programs located across the globe. These programs are open to all students and provide an immersive educational experience along with memories to last a lifetime.
Thursday, Sept. 17 — Campus Leaders Panel
Health, safety, academic support and life on campus are all important aspects of the college experience. We will be joined by leaders from areas across campus to answer any questions you may have about joining the Harding community.
This panel will consist of the following members:
Heather Kemper - Director of Alumni and Parent Relations
Tiffany Byers - Director of Multicultural Student Services and Student Success
Craig Russell - Director of Public Safety
Zach Neal - Assistant Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students
Dr. Kevin Kehl - Dean of University College and Honors College
Mary Darden - Director of Student Health Services
Jake Brownfield - Director of Academic Affairs
Friday, Sept. 18 - Financial Aid
From FAFSA to academic scholarships, we know this area can be tricky. This session will aim to answer any questions you may have about making Harding affordable for you!
Saturday, Sept. 19 - Academic Programs
Get acquainted with the faculty members that you may be learning from soon! Participating programs will offer insights into job opportunities, program benefits and general information about what you can look forward to after you declare your major.
Each of these sessions can be joined at 10 a.m. or 11 a.m. CST.
College of Allied Health:
This college includes Communication Sciences and Disorders, Exercise and Sport Sciences, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant and Strength and Conditioning.
College of Arts and Humanities:
This college includes Art and Design, Communication, English, Foreign Language and International Studies, History and Political Science, Humanities, Music and Theatre.
College of Bible and Ministry:
This college includes Bible and Ministry, Family Ministry, Leadership and Ministry, Preaching, Spiritual Leadership and World Missions
College of Business Administration:
College of Education:
College of Nursing:
College of Pharmacy:
If you are interested in pre-pharmacy, please join the meeting with the College of Sciences to learn about our preprofessional programs.
College of Sciences:
This college includes Behavioral Sciences, Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science, Engineering and Physics, Family and Consumer Sciences, Kinesiology, Mathematics, Medical Humanities, and Preprofessional Health Sciences
This college includes Exploratory Studies (Undecided) and the options to build your own major.
After you pick which sessions you'd like to attend, let us know by filling out this registration form.