Last spring, the members of Lindenwood University’s chapter of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society were named national champions, winning the President’s Cup, the most prestigious award offered by the organization.
A discussion with Dr. Ted Cohen, a professor of History and Geography in Lindenwood’s Department of Humanities, about his recently published book, Finding Afro-Mexico: Race and Nation after the Revolution.
In a move that benefits both its own students and the greater St. Louis community, Lindenwood University recently donated a large portion of its band equipment to Madison High School in Madison, Illinois.
The Linden Gold is a new student operated organization focusing on promoting the academic success and achievements of Lindenwood. Through stories about alumni, current students, and faculty alike, The Linden Gold strives to engage with the St. Charles Community and showcase the unique greatness of Lindenwood.
Lindenwood University was ranked in the Top 25 Online Law Enforcement Degrees for 2021 by Security Degree Hub. Programs were evaluated based on salary potential, reputation, and investment.
Jeremy Keye, Student Support and Accessibility Program Manager, was awarded the Higher Education Mentor Award from the Adam Morgan Foundation.
Lindenwood University announces the opening of the 2021-22 application for student financial aid. All prospective, incoming, and current students are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be reviewed for maximum aid consideration.
ITEN, a division of Lindenwood University, announces the launch of the Eureka Experience. Powered by LEANSTACK, a global leader in entrepreneurship methodology, Eureka is designed to accelerate entrepreneurs in the first two stages of their commercialization journey – ideation and validation.
Lindenwood University welcomes three mew members to the Board of Trustees, a group of talented individuals who serve to advise and counsel the university in strategic and intentional ways.
The spring academic calendar is being adjusted and classes will begin on Tuesday, January 19. This pushes back the start of the spring semester by one week. Spring break has been eliminated from the calendar to reduce travel away from campus. There will be no classes on Good Friday, April 2. The semester will conclude as scheduled on May 7. A decision about spring commencement will be made March 1.