Hendrix student life means club meetings and movie nights, music and theatre, games and guest speakers, sports and student government. And that's just one week.
Visit our campus and see what Hendrix has to offer.
Watch this video and meet Duke, the Bailey Library's "therapy" dog for Hendrix students.
Housed in Bailey Library, the Learning Commons centralizes all peer learning resources and provides an ample cozy space for students to tackle studying, research, and writing with easy access to experts who can provide assistance.
Hendrix students stay active long after lectures and labs are over for the day. Student activities keep students' calendars full with events and programs for the whole community.
New Student Orientation gets first-year students ready for life at Hendrix.
More than 70 clubs and organizations keep students connected to classmates who share interests.
Hendrix traditions include Shirttails, Campus Kitty, and our own brand of birthday fun.
The national award-winning Hendrix cafeteria in the Student Life and Technology Center serves everything from home-style dining and deli sandwiches to desserts and delicacies for a diversity of diets.
Good food and fun are always on the menu at the Hendrix cafeteria
From the ground up, Hendrix thinks about food, where it comes from and where it goes
It's easy to eat healthy at Hendrix, with options for every dietary need and lifestyle choice.
The Hendrix Dining Services is a national award-winning team of food service pros.
Hendrix is a residential college. Living in a residence hall is part of the educational experience, just like going to class. You meet new people, encounter new ideas, overcome differences, and develop long-lasting friendships.
Residence life is an education in itself, with friends and fun times that last a lifetime.
Steeped in Hendrix heritage and each with its own history and tradition, welcome to Hendrix residence halls.
Campus apartments keep upperclassmen students connected to the Hendrix community.
At Hendrix, more than 400 student-athletes combine sportsmanship and scholarship, competing in 21 NCAA Division III intercollegiate sports and enjoying nationally recognized wellness and athletic facilities.
Hendrix offers 21 men's and women's NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics teams.
Student-athletes compete for the love of the game in NCAA Division III athletics.
The SAA includes institutions that support the academic cocurricular and extracurricular experience.
Hendrix student-athletes compete and train in nationally recognized athletics facilities.
Hendrix student-athletes are successful on the court, on the field, and in the classroom.
Hendrix student-athletes are successful in competition and in the game of life.
Participation in religious life is actively encouraged but is strictly voluntary. Although proudly related to the United Methodist Church, Hendrix offers students of diverse cultural and spiritual heritages the opportunity to explore and grow in the disciplines of their respective religious traditions.
The Chaplain's Office keeps students connected to their faith with programs from fellowship to worship.
Greene Chapel hosts weekly student-led chapel and special worship services, weddings and more.
The Miller Center encourages students to explore the work and life to which they are called.
Hendrix students can stay fit and have fun — playing intramural sports with classmates, breaking a sweat in exercise classes, or enjoying the outdoors.
Intramurals help Hendrix students stay healthy and connected with their classmates and community.
Classes like Zumba, kickboxing, spin cycling, yoga and more keep Hendrix students moving.
Hendrix has camping equipment, kayaks and other outdoor gear for your next excursion.
With talented students, devoted faculty and staff, rigorous academic programs, and distinctive community spirit, Hendrix is one of the country's leading liberal arts colleges.
See why Hendrix is one of America's best liberal arts colleges.
Hendrix leaders continue a legacy of progress and focus on the future.
Our Motto reflects our commitment to cultivating the mind, body and spirit.
Our Statement of Purpose describes what we do, how we do it and why it matters.
Hendrix is right in the sweet spot — down the street from downtown, down the road from the capital city, and a road trip away from adventure.
The Hendrix campus is the heart and soul of our community.
Our hometown is a small college town that lives big.
The capital city of the Natural State is our next door neighbor.
Enjoy the Natural State's beauty with outdoor activities right in our backyard.