Borrowing a term from soccer, Former Trojans soccer player David Bascome contends that when life hands us a “red card,” the game isn't over.
AU Named to U.S. News & World Report's ‘Best Colleges,’ ‘Best Value,’ ‘Best Undergraduate Teaching’ and First-Year Experience Lists
The South Carolina Association of CPA’s (SCACPA) awarded scholarships to four undergraduate students and two recent graduates of the Anderson University College of Business.
Dr. Tim McKnight, associate professor of missions and youth ministry at Anderson University, shares his thoughts on the twentieth anniversary of the 9-11 attacks and his experiences of that day.
The new Doctor of Education in Leadership and Learning degree offers highly flexible options for working professionals.
The Theatre and Dance Department of the South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University released their ‘21-’22 Theatre and Dance Series.
Anderson University's new brand identity is a modern way to tell a timeless story.
Jacob Hartley, a senior Supply Chain Management major in the Anderson University College of Business, did his internship at Coca-Cola Consolidated during the summer of 2021. Here’s his story.
The Journey Ahead is confronted with a larger-than-normal increase in COVID-19 cases as we complete the third week of the fall 2021 semester at Anderson University.
When Elisabeth Becker joined Margaret Donaldson Interiors (MDI), the firm had five employees. As the number of employees grew, Becker was able to step into leadership roles, becoming the firm’s...
Two professors from the Anderson University College of Christian Studies will be part of a three-day conference devoted to the biblical book of Romans.
Anderson University School of Public Service and Administration partnered with an area museum to show the latest technology. Professor Dave Williams gives campers a presentation to a summer camp.
In this Journey Ahead update, we're asking that Anderson University faculty, staff and students remember to keep a reusable mask with them at all times.
Anderson University College of Arts and Sciences professor Bobby Rettew was honored for his work providing pro bono multimedia services to downtown Anderson businesses struggling because of the COVID-19 pandemic.