Founded in 1924 as Harding College in Morrilton, Arkansas, Harding University is a four-year, private Christian institution of higher learning committed to the tradition of liberal arts and sciences. The school is named after James A. Harding, an early prominent leader in the Churches of Christ, and is today located in Searcy, Arkansas. The main campus spans over 300 acres and is home to over 40 buildings. Each year, thousands of domestic and international students come here to earn various degrees and learn the important values of life.
Apart from the main campus, Harding also operates satellite campuses in North Little Rock and Bentonville. It has international campuses in London, England; Vina del Mar, Chile; Florence, Italy; Brisbane, Australia; Porto Rafti, Greece; France; and Zambia, Africa. Harding also operates Harding Academy in Searcy; Camp Tahkodah in Floral, Arkansas; and the Graduate School of Religion in Memphis, Tennessee.