Our purpose is to help keep alumni Connected for Life. Through meaningful relationships between constituents and the university, maintaining communication with alumni, exes, and friends, providing philanthropic opportunities to impact the lives of current and future students, and cultivating a culture of giving for our students, faculty, and staff.
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HSU spirit has a new face, and his name is Hoss. The name Hoss comes from Eric “Hoss” Cartwright, a character in the television series “Bonanza,” who was played by former HSU student and football player, Dan Blocker. Hoss was paid for by generous donations from our HSU alumni and family.
Every gift helps to shape the Hardin-Simmons experience. Donor support is crucial to the success and sustainability of HSU.
We host events around Texas and the nation so that our alumni can come together to reminisce and learn about everything their alma mater is doing now.
Join HSU’s Traveling Range Riders program and travel the world with alumni, students, faculty, and staff.
"HSU was not only there for my educational growth, but also for my spiritual growth. One of the most remarkable things that I remember hearing in one of my biology classes was that you could be a scientist and you could be a Christian at the same time."
Hardin-Simmons recognizes alumni each year for their career and professional accomplishments, their service to HSU and the communities where they live, and their athletic achievements.
Alumni Award Information
The Kids Club is open to children ages 14 and under and includes a number of gifts and benefits with each membership.
We have three boards that help us make decisions: our Alumni Association Board, Board of Young Associates, and Board of Development.
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HSU’s exclusive Official Ring is reserved solely for qualifying students and alumni who have successfully met the University’s standards. In addition to representing the individual graduate’s personal accomplishments in graduating from HSU, the Official Ring also symbolizes Hardin-Simmons University with its traditions and great history.
HSU Official Class Ring Info
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The best way to really experience Hardin-Simmons University is through a campus visit. We host a variety of visit opportunities throughout the year. Schedule a visit today to learn more about HSU and the exciting experiences we have for you.
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