The Lindenwood University School of Communications will present the sixth annual Lindy Awards at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 25, in the Emerson Black Box Theatre at the J. Scheidegger Center.
I am writing today to alert you to a serious financial threat to Lindenwood University students and all students who attend or plan to attend a private college in Missouri. Recently, Governor Jay Nixon announced that he intends to cut all Access Missouri, Bright Flight, and Marguerite Ross Barnett funding for students who attend private institutions. Governor Nixon’s plan is inherently unfair. Please take action and voice your opinion to the Governor’s office.
Delaware-based climatologist David Legates, Ph.D., will present “Global Warming: Fact or Fiction” at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 24, at Lindenwood University. The presentation, which is part of the university’s Economic Policy Series, will be on the main Lindenwood campus in the Spellmann Center’s Anheuser-Busch Leadership Room.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announced in a speech regarding budget cuts on Thursday, March 11, that he intends to eliminate Bright Flight and Access Missouri state grant funding for students attending private colleges.
The Lindenwood University School of Business and Entrepreneurship will hold its third annual golf scramble April 30 at Whitmoor Country Club in St. Charles. The tournament will consist of 25 four-person teams competing for prizes and awards. Players may sign up with a team or individually.
Saint Charles, Mo. - Lindenwood University’s Board of Directors on Friday approved a plan to launch a new extension campus in Wildwood, Missouri. The site, scheduled to open in July, 2010, will be the 11th in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area operated by the university.
The Lindenwood University Board of Directors today authorized the administration to begin the application process for NCAA Division II membership.
The Lindenwood University Student Government Association (LSGA) has organized a letter-writing campaign from 6 to 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10, in the Connection Center on the first floor of the Spellmann Campus Center. Students will have the opportunity to voice their opposition to Senate Bill 784, which seeks to reduce the amount of financial aid awarded to those attending four-year private institutions through the state-funded Access Missouri grant program.
Lindenwood University’s Theatre Department will present Cole Porter’s musical of love on the high seas, “Anything Goes,” at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 25-27 and March 4-6.
This summer, Lindenwood University’s Nonprofit Administration program will hold a three-day Summer Youth Leadership Summit called the Lion’s Pride Project, designed for high school students who are interested in careers in the nonprofit sector.