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Record Freshman Class expected during Saturday "Move-in"

More than 700 new freshman, combined with 100 transfer students will move onto the Anderson University campus on Saturday, August 20, ready to begin their college careers. The freshman class is expected to set a record f...

Anderson University Command College now in Charleston

AU's Command College of SC now available in Charleston

North Charleston, S.C. – Law enforcement professionals are responsible for making decisions every day that can have life-or-death ramifications for themselves and others. The Master of Criminal Justice program offered th...

AU partners with Upstate Forever to protect university's wetlands

AU partners with Upstate Forever to protect Rocky River wetlands

Anderson University has partnered with local conservation group Upstate Forever to permanently protect Rocky River Nature Park. The University committed 132 acres of wetlands and forest to help create the park, which is...

AU taps Hubbell Lighting Executive as College of Business Dean

Anderson University announced today that Steve Nail will be the new dean of AU’s College of Business. Well-known throughout the state and region as the Vice President of Human Resources at Hubbell Lighting Inc., Nail wil...

Record 1,100 SC high school leaders populate Palmetto Boys State at AU

More than 1,000 of South Carolina’s most promising high school leaders among the rising senior class returned to the campus of Anderson University on Sunday, June 5 for Palmetto Boys State, a weeklong leadership developm...

Memphis pastor joins AU faculty in Ministry

James Noble, pastor of Grace Fellowship Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee, will join the Anderson University faculty as Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry. Noble currently serves as Vice President and a member...

"Run to Remember" returns with Palmetto Boys State

Friends of Palmetto Boys State (FOBS) will conduct the fifth annual “Run to Remember: CPT David Hortman 5k run/walk” on June 4th in conjunction with the annual Palmetto Boys State week at Anderson University.  ...

Anderson's Justus Cox named outstanding college student by diversity group

AU's Justus Cox named "Outstanding College Student" by Upstate diversity group

Anderson University senior education major Justus Cox was honored as the Outstanding College Student at the Upstate Diversity Leadership Awards presented by Denny’s Corporation during ceremonies held by the Riley Institu...

AU confers record 450 degrees/announces major gift during graduation

On a picture perfect, sun-splashed May morning, Anderson University conferred a record 450 degrees under the giant oaks on Alumni Lawn at the front of campus Saturday. Aside from being the largest graduating class in th...

Record 450 diplomas to be awarded Saturday 5/14

In one of the South’s most iconic settings, Anderson University will confer a record 450 degrees under the giant oaks on Alumni Lawn at the front of campus Saturday, May 14 at 10am. Aside from being the largest graduati...

AU welcomes new Dean of Nursing

Dr. Carol Kellim of Jackson, TN, has been selected as the new Dean of the School of Nursing at Anderson University.   Dr. Kellim currently serves as Professor and Associate Dean of the Undergraduate Nursing Program...

AU interior design grad Lindsey Gerlock

Hard work by interior design grad inspired naming of furniture in her honor

There are two pieces of furniture named after AU alumna Lindsey Gerlock in recognition of her hard work at interior design firm J Banks Design.  In a collection created by J Banks Design and Stanford Furniture, her...

AU Playhouse stages Ibsen classic "A Doll's House" this week

The final show in “The Power of Love” season at the AU Playhouse, A Doll's House, runs this weekend only, Wednesday through Saturday April 6-9 at 7:30 PM with an additional 2:00 PM matinee on Saturday, April 9 in Belk Th...

How Does a Candidate's Appearance Affect You?

Could the facial appearance of candidates impact the US presidential election? Is there a difference between older and younger voters when it comes to finding a candidate’s face trustworthy and reliable? New research pub...

Newspaper features AU’s forthcoming College of Health Professions

Major newspaper features AU’s forthcoming College of Health Professions

One of South Carolina’s largest newspapers, The State, featured AU’s plans to create a new College of Health Professions. The story also discussed AU’s plans to launch graduate nursing programs this fall and start a scho...

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