Student Success Program
This program seeks to identify at-risk students and provide the necessary resources to help them succeed academically. By advising and mentoring students who have encountered difficulties and addressing their special academic needs, we hope to give each and every student the opportunity to excel.
Ms. Penny Bryant, Director, Student and Academic Support Services
Phone: (636) 627-2543
Library and Academic Resources Center, Suite 346 - Room 358
Webpage: Accessibility Services
Students who need assistance or accommodations regarding certified disabilities should contact the Student Support and Accessibility Program Manager.
Phone: (636) 949-4510
Library and Academic Resources Center, Suite 346 - Room 353
Student and Counseling Resource Center
Webpage: Counseling & Resource Center
The Student and Counseling Resource Center assists students in creating a healthy emotional environment within the University setting. Resources are provided to Lindenwood students free of charge.
Phone: (636) 949-4522
The student Ombudsman is a neutral party who works as a student liaison for conflict resolution. The purpose of the Ombudsman is to provide confidential consultation involving informal complaints, financial options, and policy clarification and to facilitate communication with University offices on behalf of the student.
Dr. Christie Rodgers, Associate Vice President for Student and Academic Support Services
Phone: (636) 949-4697
Library and Academic Resources Center, Suite 346 - Room 357