Lindenwood University in Belleville has launched a lecture series that will run from March through June, 2009. Speakers will offer presentations on a wide range of business and educational topics.
Room, board, tuition, and fees for traditional undergraduate resident students at Lindenwood University will increase just 2.3 percent in the fall of 2009 to $20,360 per year.
Legislation was filed Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2009, in Missouri’s Senate and House of Representatives to reduce the maximum award for independent college students under the Access Missouri grant program by $1,750. The program, which exists to help needy students attend college, currently assists more than 1,400 Lindenwood University students.
Lindenwood University’s Delta Epsilon Chi chapter and Culpepper’s Restaurant in St. Charles are teaming up for a fundraiser for the chapter on Wednesday, Feb. 18, to raise money for an upcoming career development conference.
The Lindenwood University Theatre Program will present the timeless musical “The Wizard of Oz” as part of the inaugural Mainstage Season at the university’s new J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts.
Dan Hogan has been named head men’s and women’s soccer coach and admissions counselor at Lindenwood University in Belleville. He brings to the position more than 20 years of coaching experience, and most recently was employed for nine years as the head men’s soccer coach and academic advisor of athletics at the University of Southern Indiana in Evansville, Ind.
Lacey Levin from Belleville, Ill., has been named associate director of day admissions at the Lindenwood University campus in Belleville. She is responsible for overseeing student recruitment, enrollment and retention programs.
Melissa Shreve has been named admissions counselor and financial aid officer at the Lindenwood University campus in Belleville. Prior to accepting the position, she worked for three years in academic services at Southwestern Illinois College.
Beginning in the fall of 2009, the Lindenwood University campus in Belleville, Ill., will become the only one of the university’s 11 satellite sites to offer daytime classes. The campus is currently is used for the school’s thriving accelerated evening programs.
Lindenwood University received two awards at the American Humanics Management/Leadership Institute last month in Indianapolis, Ind.