Adults wishing to complete a bachelor’s or master’s degree are invited to attend the Friends University enrollment day on Thursday, Sept. 30 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. either virtually or in-person at Fry and Woolman Hall. An RSVP is requested.    Prospective adult undergraduate and graduate students can apply, enroll in classes, learn about financial aid, student […]

Friends University is pleased to welcome the following new faculty to campus this fall:  Dr. Brent Yoder Dr. Brent Yoder is the new associate academic dean. He has extensive teaching experience and held various academic leadership and service roles in higher education. Dr. Yoder received an Associate of Arts in Chemistry from Hesston College, a […]

Wichita, Kan. — Colleges of Distinction advocates for schools whose undergraduate experiences are grounded in a philosophy of well-rounded, individualized engagement. Friends University has excelled at having students graduate and enter the workforce with solid, well-developed critical thinking skills as well as the ability to adapt in an ever-changing society. Now, more than ever, it’s […]

Friends University is honored to be awarded the Homeschooling Parent Association (HSPA) Certification Badge. This designation assists families with college-bound students to find the perfect homeschool-friendly college or higher education opportunity. To see Friends University’s page on the HSPA site, visit Education Survey compiled a list of the best college programs in the U.S. […]

Amy Meyer, a middle school and high school vocal director from Cheney Public Schools, has been selected as the 2021 Friends University Inclusion Fellowship recipient. Meyer was required to discuss her teaching life and how she demonstrates an inclusive approach for each student while explaining the teaching behaviors she uses to illustrate that all students […]