Your Hendrix Odyssey: Engaging in Active Learning pioneered hands-on learning. For Sami Kennedy '15, her Odyssey led to a love of biomedical research and much more. Read More
Odyssey experiences transform students, enhancing Hendrix's reputation as a college that changes lives. For former student-athlete Jason Browning '95, the journey to the big leagues began at Hendrix. Read More
Your Hendrix Odyssey can begin now, starting with an application. An amazing journey awaits you and it begins with this simple step. Apply Now
Odyssey is among the reasons Hendrix has been named the nation's most innovative and promising liberal arts college by U.S. News and World Report. Read More
Odyssey's focus on learning by doing increases the value of a Hendrix degree and is among the reasons Princeton Review lists us as a "Best Value" in higher education. Read More
Odyssey's hands-on approach to education appeals to Hendrix students, who are doers, not watchers — active participants in our diverse and welcoming learning community. Read More
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Join high school juniors from across the country on Monday, April 29 to see what makes Hendrix unique. You'll discover the ins and outs of the admission process, go on a guided campus walk, and learn more about the Hendrix Odyssey Program!
Last week, the Office of Career Services hosted Intern Insight, a new program to help students learn about internships from fellow classmates who have previously completed internships.
In Spring 2014, The Hendrix Players presented a production of a commissioned play by award-winning playwright Lee Blessing.
students share research at second annual Rhodes-Hendrix symposium
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color printing workshop set for April 24, 3 – 5 p.m. in Art Building A Print
Students Make Award-Winning Show at Cancer Research
R. Madison Murphy ’80 to speak, receive honorary doctorate
event set for April 19, 10 a.m., at the WAC