Connect to the Harding Network

Senior communication studies major Grace Winfree and her mentor, Alumni and Parent Relations Director Heather Kemper, are excited about the opportunities theHardingNETWORK provides for our community.

The Harding network began nearly a century ago in the days of J.N. Armstrong who said, “College friendships are abiding. There are no dearer times.” We have always valued community, caring for each other, and sharing with anyone in need. The HardingNETWORK brings those resources into the second century making them accessible to our entire global community. Join today and take advantage of all the benefits provided by more than 60,000 Bisons around the world!

How can I enhance the Harding NETWORK?

  • Connect students with internship and career opportunities
  • Welcome members of the Harding family relocating to your area by providing expert (or insider) knowledge about housing, churches and more
  • Recommend affordable housing to alumni in your area
  • Become a mentor for students or young alumni

What benefits does the Harding NETWORK provide?

  • Join your local HardingNETWORK group to connect with other Harding friends and family in your area through the newsfeed and local events in your region
  • Meet with highly qualified graduates your company is looking to hire
  • Find job or internship opportunities in your area
  • Network with professionals in your area or across the globe
  • Access University resources like the Career Center
  • Learn more about events on campus as we celebrate our centennial year
  • Connect with alumni in your area or profession or those who share your favorite Harding memories (social clubs, study abroad programs, athletic teams, etc.)
  • Reunite with classmates and favorite faculty through the online directory

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We want to keep in touch! If you have moved recently or aren’t receiving University news and updates, please share your contact information and get connected as we look forward to our Centennial Celebration.

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