To make the best out of finals week, here are a couple of studying tips and advice from HSU faculty dedicated to help students and give them ideas for better results.
Hardin-Simmons gives students high-quality education to prepare them for life after college. As our seniors prepare for graduation on Dec. 14, they look forward to careers and graduate programs.
On October 30th, the Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing (PHSSN) achieved a 93.55 percent success rate for the NCLEX-RN. The announcement came just weeks after the CCNE’s accreditation visit to PHSSN, which took place in mid-October.
The Ira M. Taylor Memorial Art Gallery at Hardin-Simmons will have a display of works done by senior artists Chris Cockerell and Emilio Tolentino.
The Hardin-Simmons campus is transforming into a winter wonderland, as various departments decorate their office spaces for the annual contest. Soon, campus will come aglow with lights and Christmas activities.
Last weekend and during fall break, Leadership Studies students traveled to presidential libraries, homes, and museums in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Texas.
Saturday afternoon the fans at Shelton Stadium embraced the HSU purple and gold spirit at the Cowboys football game. The final home game turned into a victory for the Cowboys 83-6 over crosstown rival McMurry University. But more than that, unity and respect brought those present together to commemorate Veterans Day.