FHU President’s and Dean’s List
Freed Hardeman University in Henderson, Tenn., has released the names of students who made the President’s List and the Dean’s List for Fall 2016.
Three students from Marshall County have earned recognition. Jamie Crum, a freshman child and family studies major from Byhalia, and Kelsie Reid, a senior child and family studies major from Holly Springs, have been named to the President’s List. This requires full-time status and a 4.0 grade point average.
In addition, Bailey Sanderson, a senior interdisciplinary studies and elementary education major from Holly Springs, has been named to the Dean’s List, which requires full-time status and a minimum grade point average of 3.4.
Freed-Hardeman University, with locations in Henderson, Memphis, Tenn., and Dickson, Tenn., provides an exceptional education from a distinctly Christian perspective. It offers six baccalaureate degrees in 38 undergraduate majors and 58 programs of study. FHU also offers master’s, specialist’s and doctoral degrees. For almost 150 years, the university has combined character and career education to produce graduates prepared to lead in the marketplace, the church and community.