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Anderson University provides students with a rigorous and engaging learning experience that emphasizes the knowledge, intellectual skills, and conceptual frameworks central to each discipline.
Our students are driven by innovation, engaged in active learning, and eager to bring positive changes to the world around them. Anderson University shares that passion and is committed to helping you discover your calling, your path, and your purpose.
With 64 major degree programs, 48 concentrations, 56 minors, 41 master’s and doctoral degrees and 12 certification programs, you’ll experience a first-class, rigorous education at one of the country’s most respected institutions of Christian higher education.
Your journey awaits.
AU at a Glance
For God and humanity, Anderson University seeks to be an innovative, entrepreneurial premier comprehensive university where liberal arts, professional studies and graduate studies thrive within an uplifting, welcoming and distinctively Christian community of diverse faculty, staff and students dedicated to intellectually rigorous learning, a caring and hospitable campus culture and personal transformation.Our Journey of Excellence
Pictured are Center for Career Development staff in front of their new home, the G. Ross Anderson Jr. Student Center (from left): Jensen Barker, Dr. Wendy Smith, Lewis Hightower, Kathleen...
Anderson University’s retired Coordinator of Research and Records Brenda McKee served the Office of Development during times of significant growth.
Children’s author Mariana Rios Ramirez spoke at a Hispanic Heritage Month event September 22.
Thrift Library Director of Library Services Dr. Melanie Croft talks about media literacy and better serving students, faculty and staff in an ever-changing information landscape.
Dr. Kolawole Olaiya is the recipient of a 2023-2024 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award.
Anderson University University is one of only two in South Carolina Named to Great Colleges to Work For Honor Roll
Stuckey’s CEO Stephanie Stuckey is keynote speaker for the Institute’s third annual conference November 2 at The University Center in Greenville.
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