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“I really learn from being in my professors’ classes and hearing their personal stories of their travels and experiences.”

College of Arts & Humanities | Foreign Languages & International Studies After feeling a lot of pressure her senior year of high school to choose a college and major, Jill Jennings chose to major in Spanish at Harding. She had always enjoyed Spanish and heard that Harding was nationally ranked. Within the Spanish program, Jennings was able to form relationships with her peers and professors
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“I love getting to study what it means to be a human and, in a lot of ways, what it means to be a Christian…”

College of Arts & Humanities | English “I’ve always wanted to be a writer, so it wasn’t even really a decision — it was just what I knew I was going to be.” When Melissa Hite came to visit Harding during her senior year, she had her heart set on another school, but soon after meeting students and professors, she found herself at home at
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“I think what really sets the department apart from other schools is really just how approachable the faculty are…”

College of Sciences | Engineering & Physics One of the biggest lessons college students learn is how to manage their time. However, student athletes have an even bigger challenge than most when it comes to handling a hectic schedule and a challenging major. Electrical engineering major and soccer player Jacob Stevens said that the most important thing for him was time-management. “Engineering is a lot
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