Lindenwood University-Belleville is moving to the front of the exciting and rapidly evolving game design industry with the addition of a couple of renowned instructors in their field, in which the university will begin to offer coursework in the fall 2017 semester.
Lindenwood University-Belleville senior Samantha Rebentisch has never been afraid to chase her dreams.
A Lindenwood University degree has increased value upon graduation for many students, as Lindenwood has been ranked on the Student Loan Report’s list of the Top 250 Private Colleges that Give Students the Least Private Student Debt.
The NCAA announced on Tuesday afternoon that Lindenwood University will host seven NCAA Division II national championships in the upcoming seasons. Six of those national championships will be take place at the 2020 NCAA Division II Spring Festival, which will be hosted in St. Charles, Mo. Lindenwood will also host the 2022 NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse National Championship.
Lindenwood University and Warburton Music Products will present A Conversation with Carl Fischer, a tutorial intended for musicians of all instruments and all ages, at 7 p.m. April 20 in Room 2205 of the university’s J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts. The event is free and open to the public.
Lindenwood University-Belleville adjunct instructor and former U.S Congressman Bill Enyart was back in Washington D.C Wednesday, April 19, to participate in a panel discussion on the topic of unrest in the Middle East.
President Brett Barger has appointed Dr. Thomas Trice as the Interim Dean of Students and Dr. Suzy Jones as the Interim Associate Dean of Students at Lindenwood University-Belleville.
Lindenwood University was recently included in College Choice’s “Best Bachelor’s in Information Technology” list, available at www.collegechoice.net/rankings/best-information-technology-degrees/. According to College Choice, the list is “schools that…
It’s been an eventful April for Lindenwood University Athletics, with five team national championships recorded since the beginning of the month, including shotgun sports, competitive cheerleading, the Lionettes dance team, synchronized swimming, and D3 roller hockey. Another, for Olympic weightlifting, was still awaiting verification as of Tuesday afternoon, April 11.
A five-person team of Bryce Lickfield, Haili Loftin, Shelby Basham, James Bost, and Katie Scoopmire came out on top among teams of Lindenwood students after a grueling, day-long battle in Lindenwood University-Belleville’s Fourth Annual Judge Annette Eckert Mock Trial Competition.