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Hendrix College

United States
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About Hendrix College

Hendrix College is a four-year, private, residential, coeducational college of liberal arts founded in 1876 and affiliated with the United Methodist Church; Phi Beta Kappa chapter.

Hendrix College cultivates empathy, creativity, self-understanding, rigorous inquiry, informed deliberation, and active learning across the liberal arts, toward the development of the whole person. Through engagement that links the classroom with the world, and a commitment to diversity, inclusion, justice, and sustainable living, the Hendrix community inspires students to lead lives of accomplishment, integrity, service, and joy.

Campus information

Hendrix College is located in Conway, Arkansas, approximately 30 miles north of Little Rock.

  • From I-40 West, take Exit 125 - US-65B/Harkrider Street.
  • Turn left onto US-65B/Harkrider Street. (If traveling from I-40 East, turn right onto US-65B/Harkrider Street.)
  • Stay on US-65B/Harkrider Street for about half a mile. Travel past The Village at Hendrix on your left, through the first roundabout (exiting to remain on US-65B/Harkrider Street), and underneath a pedestrian bridge.
  • Remain in the right lane upon entering the second roundabout, and take an immediate right onto Markham Street.
  • Turn right onto Spruce Street.
  • From Spruce Street, turn right at the Visitor Parking sign. You will find visitor parking in front of Ellis Hall, home of the Hendrix Office of Admission and Financial Aid.

Accommodation

Hendrix students participate in residence hall activities, from parties and programs to hall government and just hanging out, and residence hall staff members are always around to provide advice and help you adjust … and rest easy.

Residence halls represent the heart of the student experience at Hendrix. Each has its own unique sense of community, but every hall is "home" for students.

Upperclassmen students often continue their residence life experience in campus apartments, keeping the student community together every year.

 

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Courses available 10

Applied and Pure Sciences 4 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 4

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