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Jul 2

The Plan to Reopen Campus

Roaring Return

Lindenwood University has implemented a phased return to campus and will begin the fall semester as scheduled on August 24. Lindenwood personnel and offices continue to be available for business by telephone and email. Please visit www.lindenwood.edu/roaring-return/ for continued updates and information about health and safety policies.

Coronavirus COVID-19

Coronavirus COVID-19

In light of the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic, the Writing Center has shifted to an entirely virtual format. Please refer to the Virtual Writing Center page for more details. Asynchronous appointments may still be made via WCOnline.

Writing Center

The Writing Center emphasizes a personalized, collaborative approach that helps writers gain both confidence and competence in their writing skills. Our Writing Consultants are here to help students improve upon their writing skills through revising and tutoring sessions. We can assist students with in-progress or completed essays on various aspects: narrowing down topic choices; developing and supporting a working thesis statement; organizing an outline or rough draft; and integrating source material, information, and documentation into essays. We can also revise a rough draft, edit spelling mistakes, find grammatical errors, help students recognize areas that need rewording, and format a works cited/resources page.

Professors, please see Guide for Professors.

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Online Master’s in Public Administration Ranked Among Best in the Country

Lindenwood University was recently ranked as having one of the Best Online Master’s in Public Administration for 2020 by College Consensus.

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Smith Publishes Chapter in Scholarly Volume Till Death Do Us Part

Jeff Smith, professor of history at Lindenwood, published a chapter titled “Till Death Keeps Us Apart: Segregated Cemeteries and Social Values in St. Louis, Missouri” in a scholarly volume Till Death Do Us Part: American Ethnic Cemeteries as Borders Uncrossed (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2020).

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