Here at HST, we are proud of our campus. In 1953, with the support of countless men and women, Harding College purchased the King Estate in East Memphis to house the extension campus. Then in 1958, the extension campus grew into Harding University Graduate School of Religion. Nearly 65 years later, the name is now Harding School of Theology, and the campus consists of the Overton Memorial Library, a premiere theological library of the south, the W.B. West Classroom Building, the E.H. Ijams Administration Building, and several apartment units for on-campus students.
By visiting campus, you will get an inside look at who we are and a feel for what life is like as a student at HST.
Make an appointment to visit Harding School of Theology’s Memphis campus at email@example.com or 901-432-7750.
Check the academic calendar to see when school is in session. Note that if you come when school is not in session, it is less likely that you will be able to meet professors or students.