Assistant Secretary of the Interior Lynn Scarlett will visit Lindenwood University for a lecture October 29 at the Lindenwood University Cultural Center.
A team from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) will be visiting campus October 20-22 to evaluate Lindenwood for continued accreditation. This is a normal 10-year evaluation, and we look forward to showing the team the vibrant and fully mature university that we have all helped build since the 1994 accreditation evaluation.
More than 70 dancers will take the stage of Jelkyl Theatre, Nov. 6-8, performing African to modern dance styles.
Lindenwood University has set a record this fall with 1,502 students enrolled in its accelerated evening program for adults. That represents an increase of just over 12 percent from the same time period in 2002 when there were 1,335 enrolled.
The Daniel Boone Home and Lindenwood University will host their annual Pioneer Days’ encampment and folk life festival, Sept. 27-28, on the Boone Home grounds in Defiance.
As part of its Value Plus program, Lindenwood University has announced a new five-week scheduling opportunity to begin during the fall quarter schedule. Students may take an MBA course during a five-week period, with classes meeting twice a week for four hours.
For the second year in a row, Lindenwood University in St. Charles has won the prestigious Directors’ Cup, given each year to the top NAIA and NCAA athletic programs in the country.
Lindenwood University has appointed Ted Gregory as the new Director of Theatre. Gregory, who is closely affiliated with City Players of St. Louis, has worked throughout the country as a professional actor and director.
August A. Busch III, chairman of the board of Anheuser-Busch Companies, will be the guest speaker for the 176th commencement ceremony May 17 at Lindenwood University. Undergraduate and graduate degrees will be conferred on more than 2,045, making this one of the largest commencement ceremonies in Lindenwood history.
On Wednesday, May 21, Lindenwood University will host a morning lecture by Assistant Secretary of Commerce William H. Lash. The one-hour program will begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Anheuser Busch Leadership Room in the Spellmann Campus Center and is free to the public.