The Carol Sample Lecture Series, an endowed, annual series that honors retired English professor Dr. Carol Sample, supports guest lecturers whose work appeals primarily to writing and literature students.

The Hal Wright Science & Religion Lecture Series, established in 2018, presents up to three speakers annually who address the connections between science and faith.  The Hal Wright lectures will extend the mission of the George and Dottie Saxon Lecture Series, established in 2006, which brought to campus speakers such as Michael Behe, Kurt Wise, Ronald Numbers, and David Berlinski.

The Scholars Lecture Series supports all disciplines. Two presentations per semester offer insight into and commentary within many fields, often presented by individuals whose life experience has been outside the academy. Recent programs have included political analysis, psychology, music theory, history, religion, education, and international relations.