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Founded in 1876, Hendrix College. is a Private college. Located in Arkansas, which is a city setting in Arkansas, the campus itself is Urban. The campus is home to 1,321 full time undergraduate students, and 7 full time graduate students.
The Hendrix College Academic calendar runs on a Semester basis. In the school year the student to faculty ratio was 11:1. There are 105 full time instructional teachers. Degrees awarded at Hendrix College include: Bachelor's Degree, Masters Degree, Post-master's certificate, Doctor's degree.
Admissions at are considered Less Selective, with ,31% of all applicants being admitted.
In the school year, of the students who applied to the school, only 19 of those who were admitted eventually ended up enrolling.
96% of incoming freshmen are in the top half of their high school class. 77% were in the top quarter, and 51% were in the top tenth. You can apply online.
We asked, and students answered these important questions about student life at Hendrix College.
63 Students rated on-campus housing 3.5 stars. 16 % gave the school a 5.0.
49 Students rated off-campus housing 3.4 stars. 0 % gave the school a 5.0.
64 Students rated campus food 4.3 stars. 48 % gave the school a 5.0.
64 Students rated campus facilities 4.5 stars. 53 % gave the school a 5.0.
63 Students rated class size 4.5 stars. 56 % gave the school a 5.0.
64 Students rated school activities 4.3 stars. 48 % gave the school a 5.0.
64 Students rated local services 4.2 stars. 47 % gave the school a 5.0.
64 Students rated academics 4.4 stars. 56 % gave the school a 5.0.
21 Students rated Hendrix College
Hendrix is an amazing college and is great if you’re looking for a small community to be close with. Despite its small size, it’s like a big family and everyone looks out for each other. The professors are very caring and always available. With the small classes, it’s easy to talk to and really get to know both your fellow classmates and the professors. The campus is easy to navigate and is great place to just hang out and study at between classes or when you have free time.
Hendrix College is not for the faint of heart. Weird people, tough classes, and traditional housing from a while back. However, we're the most welcoming, loving bunch of nerds you will ever come across. Professors know your name, your pet's name, and when you're not in class, they'll call to make sure you're okay. Truly a tight-knit community.
Hendrix is my home. The dorms are kinda gross for how much money we pay to go here, but the experience and atmosphere are 100% worth it. The culture is fantastic, while most people party pretty hard. no one will pressure you into doing that. Plus we have awesome events like shirttails and toga!
Hendrix College is the optimal residence of an academically prioritized, young adult entering the world. Hendrix offers a multitude of academically, along with culturally, inclined opportunities for students to grow and prosper at the collegiate level, to learn more about themselves, and develop their character. If I attend Hendrix College in the upcoming fall, it will be because I have placed academic excellence at the forefront of my priorities.
The fall 2020 acceptance rate for Hendrix College is 77%. That means, out of _____ applications received in 2020 , _____ students were offered admission. The number of males who applied was _____ vs the number of females which was _____.
No one will care about what you did in high school. Pulling all-nighters is not scary when done with friends. You will make friends. Learn to use a paper format other than MLA. Drink before the party. Once you figure out what you want to do, do not stop. Study abroad. Smile at strangers when you get here, and always hold the door. Do not cut in the lunch line. Attend hall meetings. Take advantage of alone time. The couches in the library are not comfortable. Make flashcards for finals. If the textbook has an online resource page for students, questions from it will be on the test. Attend class. Yes, every class. You will get in a fight with your roommate. You will both get over it. Sweatpants are ok. So are t-shirts. Cattiness is not ok. Neither is intolerance. Bring every costume you own. You will use these. Be completely honest with your academic advisor. It's ok to drop a class if you have to. It's not ok to ignore what you love. Your parents miss you already. Find every scholarship in existence. Most importantly, Nicole, bring rain boots. Carry on.
The classmates are usually very self expressive and non mainstream. They usually very open minded and friendly. Students are typically liberal minded, which might be a problem if the potential student is more traditional or conservative. Although an important aspect of social life and academics is the free exchange of ideas and very few students will put pressure on individuals to conform. Students are academically advanced and usually predisposed to discussion. An important and immediately obvious integral part of social life is the unique individual expression of students at Hendrix.
The worst thing about my school is the campus when it rains.
they are very eclectic
Don't let others define your identity. Try new things, and discover who you are. It's better to find a few people with whom you can be best friends than to have a crowd of aquaintances. Have fun, but still try to be responsible with your school work. Really examine how you want to spend the rest of your life, and use what you find to help decide what to study.
First of all, I have found Hendrix to be unlike any other place I have ever experienced. Students at Hendrix enjoy a welcoming atmosphere of friendliness and tolerance from the moment they arrive on campus. I have felt truly lucky to benefit from the genuine commitment to both personal and academic growth that exists here.
Anyone who would rather contemplate life and go on adventures rather than contemplate make up and go tanning should attend.
The people, the campus life, and the Ultimate frisbee team. I'm a member of the team, which also is the focus of a huge social network that is really an amazing part of hendrix; the social aspect is. It is a great community conducive to study, fun, friends, and being your own person.
Hendrix academics, as I mentioned in the stereotypes section, have a reputation of being quite difficult. This is true in part. My experience has been that classes at Hendrix are designed to challenge you. Professors assign lots of work, but every assignment is designed to improve your grasp of the material being taught. Professors are completely available to students, a phenomena that I think stems from Hendrix being a small college. Professors frequently give students their cell phone numbers, and many encourage calls even in the absence of an emergency. Small class sizes allow professors to meet with students for coffee or hold review sessions at their homes. Professors go out of their way to prepare students for life after college, with support systems in place for grad school application, MCAT and LSAT prep, undergraduate research, job placement and much more.
The academic environment and faculty support.
Hendrix has a reputation for being a really tough school (at least in Arkansas), "hippie" students, an awesome Wellness and Athletic Center, and a lot of gays and lesbians. Most of fthose are true. Except there are all kinds of people here, not just hippies. And the only reason we have a higher number of gays and lesbians is because we're very open and accepting here. No lie, people really accept you for whoever you are here. It's currently Transgender Week here at Hendrix. : )
Social life at Hendrix straddles between the desire to have a good time and the commitment to academics required to excel here. Most importantly, students tend to study, relax, and party together. There exists a vibrant array of student clubs and organizations that give students plenty to do. Hendrix clubs range from those based on sports, academics, politics, cultural diversity, charity, common interests, and many other subjects. There is something for everyone. If you don't find a club you are interested in, it is quite easy to acquire funding to start your own. These clubs sponsor performers, speakers, service events, programs, and parties. There is always something to do.
When you don't have downtime, and need to focus on academics, the library is a great place to go. Study groups are as common as individuals, and there are facilities for both. Support from fellow students make the rigorous academics at Hendrix much more pleasant. If you need to study, and you will from tme to time, you won't be distracted, and you'll have company if you want it. This being said, one can find a group of students partying nearly any night of the week. Hendrix's location in a dry county a half hour from the nearest metropolis (Little Rock) has made parties at Hendrix unique from those college bashes depicted in popular culture. This paired with the fact that there is no Greek system at Hendrix contribute to the distinctive qualities of Hendrix parties. Generally, parties are held within dorms, apartments or houses near campus. Parties tend to be very open and welcoming, allowing anyone to take part. Many parties tend to be small by college standards, but the atmosphere is every bit as festive as that in larger college parties elsewhere. Large campus wide parties are held several times a semester. Ghost Roast, Soco 54, Toga, and quite a few other large parties draw students from all over Arkansas to Hendrix. Martin Hall, one of the male dorms, tends to be the epicenter of parties on campus, although many great parties are held elsewhere.
The Hendrix administration has a reasonable policy on Alcohol, which maintains that students are allowed to carry opaque cups free from scrutiny, but not open containers. This being said, in the interest of safety and community, anyone who does something stupid or illegal in view of a college official, is likely to be reasonably punished.
To the degree that activism and left leaning politics are prominent on college campuses nationwide, Hendrix students exhibit these qualities. Hendrix has a reputation within Arkansas as being an academically difficult school, and Hendrix students are thus assumed to be intelligent... I have found this to be true. As academically gifted and dedicated as Hendrix students are, we also know how to have a good time. Students from surrounding, often much larger state schools attend great parties hosted by Hendrix. This being said, parties here are not made great by alcohol, but rather by the fantastic atmosphere and energy fostered by the student body.
There is a lot of variety at Hendrix, but generally speaking students are seen as politically liberal, open-minded, smart, and quirky. That may be the case, but there are some vocal conservatives on campus, and beliefs fall everywhere on the spectrum. I would say the quality that could most easily be pinned to a majority of students is our acceptance of others' differences - regardless of sexuality, politics, religion, money, etc. you will be respected at Hendrix as long as you respect others.
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I wish I had known that the travel abroad opportunities that I had dreamed about were very pricey. I wish I had known that scholarship money was very hard to get. I wish I had realized that the rooms were really that small, and that I really do have lots of stuff. I wish I had known all of the friends I would make, I would not have been so worried. I wish I had known just how much I would love college life!
The type of person that should not attend this school is one who is not motivated to perform well in all aspects of academia or one who does not have a persistent work ethic.
I would describe the majority of Hendrix students as the type of kids who were generally ostracized in some fashion in high school, mainly of the "liberal fish out of water in a conservative southern environment" variety. Or perhaps they weren't necessarily ostracized, but still, the majority of students fit the mold of "liberal who grew up in the conservative south." This isn't to say that there aren't conservatives or north easterners or west coasters on campus (there is quite a sizable population of jocks and their female counterparts in fact), but the "stereotypical" Hendrix student is a liberal hipster type from the southern US who's always striving to be as unique as possible (it's up to you to decide if that's good or bad).
Hendrix doesn't have Greek life - in fact we have a "Faux Rush Week" full of events on campus that promote community in the residence halls and celebrates the fact that we don't have fraternities or sororities.
There is always something happening on campus, so I usually go to whatever the main event is that weekend (i.e. concerts, campus-wide theme parties, etc.) and the other night that weekend I'll usually do something a little quieter, either hanging out with a few friends for dinner or playing games at someone's apartment. Since there is no Greek life, a pretty good majority of the campus attends the bigger events sponsored by clubs on the weekends, and those events are almost always held on campus. For smaller parties people will open up their apartments around the border of campus so that their friends can drink and relax during their time off from class. Even though a lot of people drink, I've never felt pressured to drink/get drunk on nights that I want to take it easy. That easy-going attitude is definitely something that drew me to Hendrix.
During the days, I usually try to do a little studying, often with friends, and then end up watching a movie or going out for lunch. If I'm feeling ambitious, I'll muster up the energy to go to the WAC (Wellness & Athletic Center) or if not, I might run over to a friend's place to cook up some dinner. Pretty much anything is game on the weekends.
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100% of students
attending Hendrix College receive some sort of financial aid.
26% were awarded federal grants.
While 55% received federal loans.
Many students do also need to apply for additional private student loans.
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