Lindenwood’s academic schools offer a full range of undergraduate and graduate programs taught by academically and professionally qualified faculty in state-of-the-art facilities.
Lindenwood University prizes accessibility, affordability, and academic achievement.
Lindenwood University is committed to providing a world-class education that is accessible and affordable to students.
Classes are taught by professors excited to share their cutting-edge expertise with students. Small class sizes, offered at every level of the curriculum, mean that students can form supportive relationships with those professors, as well as with their peers. With over 100 undergraduate majors and minors and over 75 graduate degrees, certificates, and emphases, Lindenwood offers a diverse array of academic programs that prepare students to take their places as educated citizens of the global community.
Butler Library provides access to books, videos and scholarly journal articles for students as well as many other academic resources and services.
Student and Academic Support Services (SASS) supports the Lindenwood University student community through academic engagement, problem resolution, service learning opportunities, and provision of resources.