Your Hendrix Odyssey: Engaging in Active Learning pioneered hands-on learning. For Nate Drahn '16, using music to help those who suffer from dementia sounds pretty sweet. Read More
Odyssey experiences transform students, enhancing Hendrix's reputation as a college that changes lives. For Dr. Sandy Halliburton, the path to scientific discovery began with undergraduate research 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
We would like to invite you to a winter reception taking place in a city near you! Join us for a chance to learn more about our nationally recognized college through discussion with an admission counselor as well as current Hendrix students, families, and alumni. We look forward to seeing you!
Prospective students are encouraged to apply for all performing and fine arts, leadership, and service scholarships! Each Hendrix extracurricular scholarship awards $2,000 per year. Complete the online scholarship application for the scholarships for which you wish to be considered by February 1, 2014.
The Outdoor Club organizes camping, canoeing, hiking, and other outdoor activities for Hendrix students to experience the natural beauty of Arkansas. The club's events are open to any student regardless of skill level or experience. They also offer outdoor service trips, including trail clean-up days.
Hendrix alumnus Tommy Sanders '76 has worked in broadcasting
for nearly 40 years. Sanders, the host of ESPN Outdoors and other national
outdoor television programs, saw his first play at Hendrix. He quickly became a
theatre major and got involved in every theatre production when he was a
Hendrix student. Sanders shares his story in this episode of Hendrix
Halliday ’15 and Janie Sanford ’16 win outstanding delegation
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BCMB major Dakota Pouncey ’15 take top prize at
Southeast Regional IDeA meeting
Drongowski and Zach Saul to be honored by Jewish Federation of Arkansas
Choir presents annual holiday service December 5 – 8 in Greene Chapel