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Anderson University

A journey of significance You want your life to count. To make a difference. At Anderson, we’re committed to helping you discover your path, along with your strengths, your calling, and your passion. Your journey will begin in one of the most scenic and vibrant places in the country, and you won’t be alone on the trail. We’ve surrounded you with people who care, genuinely care, about you and your success. Wherever you come from, whatever your interests, whatever your background, in this warm, stimulating and caring Christian environment, you’ll reach as high as your dreams can take you. Let us show you how. Request Information

Signs of a Bad Professor

Most professors are fairly decent at what they do, but there really are some bad apples out there. It’s good to ask around about professors before you sign up for classes with them, especially if you have a choice on which professor to take for a course. 


Estimating Taxes for the FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)must be completed every year by students who wish to be considered for federal and state aid. Because federal and state funds are provided on a first-come, first served basis, you and your child need to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1 of the year for which aid is needed.


Letters of Recommendations for College Admissions

Letters of recommendation play a significant role in the college admissions process. Admissions officers turn to recommendation letters to get an idea of how others view you. Utilize these tips to get the best recommendations as possible.


Parenting a College Student: Preparing Your Student for Campus Life

College life brings a whole new set of responsibilities. Balancing increased academic workloads, a new social life, a new job, exercise, leisure activities, and religious/spiritual values present students with a great deal of stress and anxiety. In addition, students add new responsibilities for managing life outside the classroom in ways that previously had been handled by their parents. Taking on personal and financial responsibility may be completely new to some. Others may have had experience in these areas, but may be intimidated by the thought of so much responsibility without the parental safety net.