Enhancing the Lindenwood University student experience, a ribbon cutting was held Tuesday, September 27 to officially open the Jim Trenary Esports Arena. Located in the Spellmann Center in the heart of Lindenwood’s campus, the space is home to the University’s Esports team.
The College of Education and Human Services has partnered with Hope Montessori Education Institute. This partnership provides Montessori employees who complete their in-house training with academic credit toward a University degree program.
After two years of waiting, Lindenwood public health alumna, Brenna Wojtysiak ‘21 left in August for a 27-month journey with the Peace Corps, where she will be serving in Ecuador in the public health sector.
Lindenwood University will host its annual Family Day on Saturday, September 17. An opportunity for all supporters and families to visit their students, Family Day offers a complete schedule of programming that includes the first home football game of the season and ends with a fireworks show that is sure to delight.
Best Accredited Colleges has ranked Lindenwood University in the top 25 on their 2022 list of Best Bachelor’s Degrees in Cybersecurity.
Lindenwood University welcomes 2,056 new students, a 9% increase over last year and the largest class of new students since 2014. In addition to the overall rise in enrollments, Lindenwood also experienced an 18% increase in first-time freshmen students.
Hosted on the Lindenwood University campus, the inaugural AMPLIFY Missouri Innovation Summit brings together thought leaders, investors, and entrepreneurs from across the state.
Earlier this morning, Lindenwood University signed a partnership with East Central College. The partnership will provide resources and opportunities serving as a bridge for East Central College students to continue their education and complete a four-year degree by transferring to Lindenwood.
The Plaster College of Business and Entrepreneurship welcomes new faculty members to broaden areas of expertise for the 2022-23 academic year.
Since 2000, the KCLC radio station name has been “89.1 The Wood” and has served the station well for the last two decades. Over the summer, the decision was made to drop “The Wood” and change the station’s name to “89.1 KCLC”.