Freed Hardeman University - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Henderson, TN)

 - Class of 1988

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James Selbe, Dean of Student Activi- ties. Photo by Lisa Borden. Resident Assistant Kim Lingren brings a smile to her nightly room checks. Photo by Amy Clifford. to spend time with his wife and son and enjoy his hobbies, such as fishing, playing soft- ball and pool. Acting as dean of students, Cliff Bennett is the man who must enforce the rules of F- HC. Among his responsibilities are the supervision of resi- dence hall directors, the en- forcement of student hand- book policies, and the preparation of the handbook each year. On a typical day he is found talking with students about policy violations or speaking to other administra- tors about student affairs problems. About his job, Ben- nett says, "Seeing students mature is the best part and the worst part is dealing with stu- dents who are dishonest." To help him cope with his job, he remembers I John 1:7. Also, he talks with his co-workers, plays golf, or goes fishing. Dean Bennett is a loving Christian who performs his job according to biblical princi- ples. Although many students only see him in the role of campus enforcer, he is a man of kindness and warmth. Dr. Cliff Bennett, Dean of Students. Photo by Lisa Borden. Student Affairs 47

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Student Affairs . . The Fun, Heavy Stuff Vice-President Roy Sharp is wrapped up in life. He says that the joys that come from a wife and three children, work- ing at F-HC and Mid-South Youth Camp, preaching regu- larly at the Estes congrega- tion, and speaking at gospel meetings or youth rallies keep him constantly wrapped up. On a typical day Sharp can be found in committee or student meetings, discussing student services, dealing with various personnel or studying for the one class he teaches. "The best part ot my job," he says "is working with the students to help them grow and mature in many ways, especially spiri- tually." To aid him with his job, Vice-President Sharp says that Romans 8 has helped him cope with lite. "I know there is no condemnation in Christ, l receive help from God, all things work together for good, and nothing can keep me from being loved by God." Although Vice-President Sharp has many responsibil- ities to fulfill, he always has time to spend with his students. Jim Selbe, dean of student activities, has many responsi- bilities, being in charge of all non-academic and extra-cur- ricular activities. Besides working with building monitors and RAS, he serves as the sponsor of S-AA. He also co- ordinates the social clubs, sponsors Philomathean, and organizes special weekends, movies, and concerts. Another of Dean Selbe's responsibil- ities is the production of the one-act play festival. He also serves as director ot Makin' Music, and of the residence halls, and helps with the con- cession stand at ball games. 46 Student Affairs Dr. Roy Sharp, Vice President of Stu- dent Affairs. Photo by Lisa Borden. These students compete in toosebaii, a popular game room activity. Photo by John Bentley. One ot the biggest jobs this year has been the overseeing ot the renovation of the stu- dent center. On a typical day, he is found trying to keep ahead ot the next event. To help him cope with his job, Dean Selbe remembers Isaiah 40:31 because "those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength." Dean Selbe likes



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Admissions . . The ln Stuff The main goalot the Admis- sions Office is to help young people learn more about Freed-Hardeman College. Ad- missions is directed by Paul Pinckley, who works to devel- op and implement programs that enhance recruitment of students. He also oversees other admissions personnel. Frank McMeen serves as Associate Director of Admis- sions. His duties include the supervision of Phoenix, the preparation of periodic admis- sions publications, and the co- ordination ofthe annual Youth Ministers Workshop. Admissions Representatives Susan Edmonds, Danny Sor- rell, and Wayne Scott serve in many different capacities. Ed- monds coordinates all on- campus admissions programs, such as high school weekends and Super Saturday. Sorrell coordinates contact with Christian high schools, and Scott coordinates summer camp representative pro- grams. ln addition Admission Representatives maintain con- tact with prospective stu- dents, provide campus tours as needed, and supervise the Student Admission Represen- tatives lSARsJ. The hard work of the Admis- sions Office pays off for the college, as this years' increase in total fall enrollment accu- rately indicates. 48 Admissions , f, f ,565 rig is Paul Pinckle y, Director of Admissions. Photo by Kelly Beard. Frank McMeen, Associate Director of Admissions. Photo by Kelly Beard.

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