Founding dean of the College of Engineering, Dr. Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, is Joining Anderson University in August.
The Journey Ahead is Anderson University's "Stronger Together" approach to reopening campus.
Anderson University is partnering with GreenFig to offer an online digital marketing certificate.
The College of Christian Studies and Clamp Divinity School is hosting a conference aimed at effective ways of 'Preaching Through a Pandemic.'
Anderson University College of Business professor Dr. Kent Saunders has received a prestigious Fulbright Scholar Award.
The latest edition of the Anderson University College of Arts and Sciences' award-winning, student-produced magazine, Synthesis, is now available.
Following recent acts of violence against members of the black community, the Anderson University Office of Diversity issued two statements on the University's response.
Anderson University President Evans Whitaker provides an update on changes to the University calendar for the fall, 2020 semester.
Anderson University plans to resume in-person instruction for fall, 2020 under a revised calendar.
Anderson University is providing remote learning training for teachers whose classes have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jane Locke and Vicki Grant, administrators and friends of the Shirley James Findley Estate, presented a check for $456,611.51 to support student scholarships at Anderson University.
The Anderson University Class of 2020 was incredibly accomplished despite its commencement ceremony being postponed.
Dr. Michael Duduit was among those providing a 24-hour global virtual sermon based on the works of Charles Spurgeon, one of history's great Christian leaders.
Anderson University President Evans Whitaker writes a candid assessment of the importance of higher education during COVID-19, and why universities can, and should, 'open strongly' this fall.
Since 2010, a group of AU staff and students have raised about $20,000 in support of God’s Love From a Diaper Bag ministry in Jenkins, Kentucky.
During this unprecedented time of global crisis, many of our students and their families find themselves facing unexpected financial hardships and uncertainty about the future.
Dr. Diana Ivankovic, director of the Anderson University Center for Cancer Research, recently co-authored a cell biology textbook with help from AU students.