The mission of Hardin-Simmons University police officers is to “ensure a safe and secure environment on the University campus through active and vigilant patrol of all parts of the University including all roadways, walkways, parking lots, athletic fields, academic and administrative buildings, and when required, residence halls and facilities.”
Recent HSU graduate, Emily Pierce has been accepted into Cook Children’s Medical Center’s Critical Care Nurse Residency Program in Fort Worth. Pierce received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and is studying to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-RN) that will give her the certification to be a registered nurse (RN).
Dr. Scott Hamm was originally a ministry major and chose to join the online education field because it gave him the opportunity to reach beyond his geographic location. It allowed him to take his Christian mission anywhere.
If you are familiar with the news section of our university website, you may have run across the names Macee Hall and Felicity Neptune. Over the past two years, much of the online Hardin-Simmons University news content you see has been written by us. Now, as graduating seniors in the class of 2020, we want to share some of our experiences with the good old purple and gold.
While Hardin-Simmons University has made the transition to online learning, HSU’s Director of Chapel and Spiritual Formation, Dr. Travis Craver, wants to make sure students are still spiritually encouraged while campus chapel services have had to take a break.
Hardin-Simmons University’s department of Student Life hosted its annual Emerging Leaders Conference on Monday, March 30. Because of the recent transition to online learning, this year’s conference was transformed from an in-person, two-day event to five one hour long video conferences.
Each year, hopeful students from around the state apply for a chance to join the Joint Admission Medical Program (JAMP), which assists qualified Texas students gain admission into one of 11 Texas medical schools. Program admission is highly competitive, and three of Hardin-Simmons University’s class of 2020 made the cut. HSU seniors Jesper Jiang, Morgan McAdams, and Abhi Rashiwala will begin medical school in the fall thanks in part to the support of JAMP.