Latest Updates

ADHE approves graduate certificates

Henderson State University’s Ellis College of Arts & Sciences will begin offering new graduate certificates in English and history this fall.

Nursing masters program accredited by CCNE

Henderson began offering an online Master’s of Science in Nursing degree in 2018 with two tracks, including Family Nurse Practitioner and Nursing Administrator.

Huie Library Adult Summer Reading 2020

Huie's Adult Summer Reading has begun! Books you read or listen to between June 1 - July 31 can be counted as entries for a prize donated from one of our great local businesses or our Friends of Huie Library group! Review each book you read or listen to at!

Alumni Profile: Janice Walker, Class of 1989

Dr. Janice (Goodwin) Walker is system executive vice president and chief nursing executive for Baylor Scott and White Health in Texas. She graduated from Henderson in 1989 with a degree in nursing.

Henderson announces Dean's List, Honor Roll

To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have achieved a 4.0 grade point average for the entire semester. To make the Honor Roll, a student must have received at least a 3.5 grade point average for the semester.

Will Eisner: The Return of the Artist

Will Eisner was back at the drawing board full-time, and his efforts would soon result in a ground-breaking new work that would mark the end of the Eisner as businessman era and herald the return of Eisner the artist.

The (Mostly) Unknown Instigators of Comics Studies

In the “origin story” of most comics scholars there is a professor who allowed, or even encouraged, students to pursue a scholarly interest in comics. Left: Reinhold Reitberger and Wolfgang Fuchs drawn by David Stoddard (from photos)

An Underutilized Comics Archive

The Stephen R. Bissette Collection contains interesting items and information even for those with little interest in comics. Bissette’s work connects to wider popular culture.

Henderson awards ceremonies adapt; go online

The closure of campus this spring due to COVID-19 didn't stop many of the traditional awards ceremonies as the events were converted to virtual presentations.

Teachers College Spring 2020 Updates

This has been an unprecedented semester for Henderson State University and for Teachers College, Henderson faculty and students it has been no exception. Over the course of the Spring semester faculty and students shifted to remote instruction on March 13th due to the Covid-19 virus. Since that time, we have seen professors and students step up to the plate in regards to student learning and learning of their own. Below are just a few of the amazing accomplishments associated with Teachers College, Henderson. It is our hope that as members of our Henderson family, you will read these with great pride.

Henderson names new associate band director

Dontay Douglas is active as a guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator for festivals across the Southeast and has presented at state and regional conferences. He is also noted for his drill designs.

Taylor set to publish new caving adventure book

Hidden Nature: Wild Southern Caves will be released in August by Vanderbilt University Press. Dr. Michael Ray Taylor says the book covers his long obsession with wild caves in the South.