Graduating Student Day
To facilitate communication, Lindenwood University encourages all graduating students to attend Graduating Student Day when all necessary departments needed for the checkout process are available in one convenient location. This event streamlines the checkout process for students who are graduating and gives them an opportunity to get answers to questions about commencement, diploma receipt, graduate programs, career services, and alumni involvement. Graduating Student Day also allows graduating students to work out last-minute arrangements with administrative offices such as the Business Office and Financial Aid. Graduating Student Day is held in May and December.
You may email Career Services at CareerDevelopment@lindenwood.edu for additional questions about Graduating Student Day.
First Generation Collegians (FGC) are supported by the Office of Student and Academic Support Services. First-generation students are students with parents who did not attend college. SASS engages first-generation college students and provides academic, social, and community support to all students throughout their experience at Lindenwood.
To learn more about support for first-generation students, please contact:
Dr. Christie Rodgers, Associate Vice President for Student and Academic Support Services
Phone: (636) 949-4697
Library and Academic Resources Center, Suite 346 - Room 357
Students are eligible to participate in community service programs as part of the Lindenwood University community. Approved community service hours may be earned toward final recognition on the student’s academic transcript. Students wishing to participate in the community service program must register through Involve U and join “Community Service Transcript Designation.”
To learn more about service learning, please contact:
Dr. Julie Turner
Phone: (636) 949-4652
MAB, Room 303
Students who are not graduating, but choosing not to return to Lindenwood University for a future term must complete the checkout process. This process involves a face-to-face meeting with the Retention and Persistence Coordinator. The Retention and Persistence Coordinator is located in the Library and Academic Resources Center (LARC) Suite 346, Room 354 during normal office hours. No appointment is required. The process typically takes 5 minutes to complete. If you have additional questions about the checkout process, please email your questions to SVines@lindenwood.edu or call (636) 949-4558.