Hallmark celebrated 346 graduates in 2021.
22% for the School of Business.
32% from the School of Information Technology.
31% from the College of Aeronautics.
16% from the School of Nursing.
The Big Give
Funds raised during the Big Give supported our Hallmark Fund, which provides support for student support services, scholarships, and special projects. Our efforts raised over $16,000 and we ranked 67 of 432, all participating organizations and 37 of 148 large nonprofits.
Read more about Hallmark’s Big Give efforts Here.
See where Hallmark stands among other local Nonprofits Here.
Our Student Services team launched Talk Campus with the support of individual donors. This service is accessible to all students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. It’s anonymous and follows a peer support model, offering our students access to support when they need it from others who can personally relate to their daily challenges. While the app isn’t intended to be a replacement for counseling or professional support, it can be the right start to connecting with others to assure students they aren’t alone. Services like TalkCampus are one of the many ways that our team supports our Hallmark community. While they are tasked with helping students discover all that Hallmark University has to offer, our Student Services team also provides navigation support when a student is facing challenges outside the classroom. In 2021 our team provided financial support, PTSD-related support, referrals to other agencies, and provided for other student needs.
Learn more about talk campus Here.
Dr. Henry First Gen Scholarship
Dr. Adreain and Mrs. Karen Henry have generously established a first-generation college student scholarship endowment, which will provide deserving first-gen students with funds to help cover the cost of their tuition, university fees, or required uniforms (nursing or aeronautics). Thanks to the generosity of Dr. and Mrs. Henry, along with several individual donors, for establishing this support that will change the lives of future Hallmark University students.
Our Aeronautics students are required to pass FAA exams, prior to securing employment. In 2021 (through September) our FAA pass rate for the Airframe, General, and PowerPlant exams was 86%**. These rates reflect our commitment to student success beyond the classroom as we prepare our students to enter the workforce.
Read more about the College of Aeronautics rates Here.