Lindenwood University and St. Charles Community College have agreed to a partnership in which Lindenwood will operate an academic advising office on the community college campus in Cottleville.
Lindenwood University has unveiled its 2007-2008 Mainstage Theatre season. This will be the last Mainstage season before the opening of Lindenwood’s new Center for Fine and Performing Arts in 2008. Included are a Noel Coward comedy, a classic musical, an homage to the movies, a poignant and funny Beth Henley drama, and the perennial favorite “A Christmas Carol.”
Lindenwood University will break a new enrollment record Monday with 3,532 resident students when classes begin Monday morning.
A new “commons” student center and an apartment community will be built for students at Lindenwood University, where leaders say more facilities are needed to take pressure off the crowded dining hall and packed residence halls.
Lindenwood University will hold an open house for its new Weldon Spring campus from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 4, at 7295 Highway 94 S. At the event, visitors will be able to tour the high-tech facility, talk to faculty and administrators about programs offered there, and even sign up for classes.
Senior Dan Sonderman has won the Fleishman-Hillard Inc. Scholarship of $1,500 in competition sponsored by the Journalism Foundation of Metropolitan St. Louis.
Lindenwood University will offer a variety of online admissions services, including the ability to apply online, through ConnectEdu, the nation’s leading provider of innovative college planning, admissions and financial aid solutions.
Missouri’s fastest-growing college or university is bringing its programs to one of the fastest-growing areas in the state.
Valerie Riley, a junior at Lindenwood University, has received a national award called the NextGen Leaders Award from American Humanics, Inc. Riley, a resident of Imperial, will receive a $4,500 stipend to help cover living and educational expenses while completing an internship with the Carondelet YMCA.
Starting in September, the Lindenwood University Campus YMCA will offer a state-licensed child care program on-site to evening students at the university.