Freed-Hardeman University Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?


Sometimes there are businesses that close earlier than I would like them to. Fortunately, the school owns a coffee shop and a small convenience store, so there is always somewhere to go when you're hungry late at night.


That would definantly be the cost. Tuition is near thirteen thousand dollars a year, room and board another ten thousand. It seems sometimes that the school is money hungry at the expense of other more important things.


The small campus can be boring, and leaves me lonely and bored at night.


There is a prevalent feeling of entitlement by the student body. Many of the students have a very limited worldview, but there are those who have moved beyond this. The rules here happen to be fairly strict and out-of-date. There is a curfew, students are required to live on campus until they are 23 years old, married, or have 126 hours of class completed. Smoking and drinking are not permitted on campus, and are discouraged off-campus.


The most frustrating thing about Freed-Hardeman University is the cost of tuition. The college experience here is absolutely amazing, but the cost (being for a private institution) is outrageous. Without scholarships and other financial aid, I would not be able to attend here.