"My family has been going to Henderson since the early 1930s. My grandfather, Olin (Nunny) Hardman, played Reddie football, and my grandmother, Virginia Louise Pilkington, majored in Education and was salutatorian of her class. Numerous uncles, aunts and cousins also graduated from HSU over the years. It’s a proud family tradition."
A native Arkansan with 15 years of experience teaching in secondary and post secondary settings, Barranco comes to Henderson from Texas Tech University where he completed his D.M.A. in choral conducting.
“I am proud to be part of Henderson’s 130-year educational mission and look forward to working with Reddies across all generations to build on the rich spirit and traditions of Henderson State University,” said Dr. Jim Borsig.
Llewellyn Terry received his Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Henderson State in 2016. He is pastor of Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Arkadelphia.
With Henderson's campus closed this summer due to COVID-19, some camps and programs have made their summer learning experiences available online.
Henderson State University’s Ellis College of Arts & Sciences will begin offering new graduate certificates in English and history this fall.
Henderson began offering an online Master’s of Science in Nursing degree in 2018 with two tracks, including Family Nurse Practitioner and Nursing Administrator.