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Evangelical Theological Society (ETS)

Scholars to discuss human origins at regional meeting

The Southeastern regional meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) will meet March 22-23 at Anderson University, hosted by AU’s College of Christian Studies. The ETS meeting will attract college and seminary...

Clayton King

Clayton King challenged ministers to balance their lives

Evangelist and Distinguished Professor of Religion at Anderson University, Clayton King knows something about the demands full-time ministry can place on a person. He has spoken to over three million people since 1987 an...

Online MBA

AU Now Offering New Online MBA Program

AU’s popular MBA program is now available online. The program, designed for working professionals, combines traditional course offerings with the convenience of the online delivery platform. It can be completed in just 2...

Stand for Freedom

AU students to demonstrate against slavery as part of nationwide campaign

Joining tens of thousands of college students on more than 500 campuses across the country, Anderson University students will be holding a “Stand for Freedom” event on campus today. Stand 27, sponsored by the Internatio...

Anderson University’s Select Concert Choir

Anderson University choir to perform Handel's Messiah

One of the best ways to celebrate Easter is through music, and when it comes to music, no composition in history has ever brought more inspiration and power than Handel’s Messiah, especially when rendered by powerful voi...

Race for Gold gives runners a chance to fight cancer, support AU’s Center for Cancer Research

Anderson University, in partnership with the city of Anderson and Anderson County, will host the third annual Race for Gold 5K race on Saturday, March 23, 2013, in downtown Anderson, South Carolina. Race organizers hope...

Doubt, a Parable

Upcoming play, Doubt, a Parable, to challenge audience Feb. 20-23

The Anderson University Playhouse will present Doubt, a Parable, which won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize, a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for Most Outstanding New Play, February 20-23 in the Belk Theatre of the Rainey Fine...

SIFE Team

AU student business group rebrands to reflect global expansion, starts advisory board

One of Anderson University’s most recognized and active student organizations is changing its name as part of a global rebranding process. The Anderson University Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team, which has held...

Missionary Trip

AU students aided Hurricane Sandy victims during school break

The popular image of college student activities during a holiday consists of hanging out at the mall, connecting with their friends on social media, and going to the movies. Not so with 23 Anderson University students o...

Founders Day

Anderson University to Celebrate Founders Day

Anderson University will revisit one of its most hallowed traditions on February 13th at 10am as it holds its annual Founders Day convocation to honor all those who have sacrificed through the years to make AU the thrivi...

Lifelong Learning Institute at Anderson University

AU's Lifelong Learning Announces 6 Spring Courses

The spring term for Lifelong Learning Institute at Anderson University offers six courses including poetry, history, a Broadway musical, a writing workshop, and international relations. Classes meet once a week and are...

Eating Disorder Awareness Week

Activities planned to raise awareness of eating disorders, remember former AU student

Anderson University will honor the life of Katie Bruner, a former AU student who lost her battle with an eating disorder in 2010, by hosting an Eating Disorder Awareness Week on campus the week of February 4. The awaren...

Anderson University’s production of Barnum has been selected to be showcased at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Anderson University’s production of Barnum has been selected to be showcased at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Region IV, February 6, 2013 in Albany, GA. Under the direction of the College...

Kerry Howard had always dreamed of working in interior design.

Honored interior designer attributes success to AU interior design professor and program

He was just there getting his car serviced. He did not expect that asking the woman across from him for her magazine would start a conversation. It turned out she was a professor of interior design at Anderson University...

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