COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

Lindenwood continues to monitor the COVID-19 campus and make decisions in the best interest of the community. Students and employees demonstrating symptoms should complete the Initial Assessment Survey. COVID-19 Response and Resources.

Student Life

Resources

Resources

Student Life NAVIGATION

How can WE assist you? 

All-Gender Restrooms Guide
Find locations of all-gender restrooms on campus.

Student and Academic Support Services (SASS)
Supports the Lindenwood University student community through academic engagement, problem resolution, and provision of resources. Lion Life Coaches are available to form a supportive and coaching relationship with students. Tutoring is available to Lindenwood University students seeking to enhance their academic performance.

Accessibility Services 
Provides accommodations under ADA laws to students with, but not limited to, visual, auditory, conceptual, physical disabilities that may hinder potential achievement levels. 

Student Counseling and Resource Center (SCRC)
Assists students in addressing psychological and adjustment issues (i.e. depression, anxiety and relationships) that can negatively impact academic performance, retention, graduation rates, and quality of life.

First-Year Programs
Committed to providing first-year students with the support and resources needed to have a successful transition to Lindenwood University.

Spiritual Life
Our Chaplain is committed to all those with and without various faith traditions. 

Veterans Affairs 
Dedicated to veterans and active military members. 

Title IX Office
Lindenwood University is committed to maintaining an environment that is free from sexual discrimination, sexual and gender-based harassment and violence, relationship violence, stalking and retaliation.

Public Safety & Security Office 
The Lindenwood University Public Safety and Security Office provides protective and safety services to the campus community.

DEI Library Resources
This guide includes resources on Inclusive Pedagogy, Age, Intersectionality, LGBTQ+, Neurodiversity, Race, Ethnicity & Anti-racism, Socioeconomic Status, STEM, and Women & Gender.

How can YOU get involved?

Student Groups and Activities
Visit InvolveU for a full list of programs. Opportunities include fraternity and sorority life, student organizations based on special interests, student government, leadership development, international programs and commuter events.

Black Student Excellence and Enrichment Program (BSEE)
Open to all students regardless of race, ethnicity, or national origin. BSEE’s mission is to increase retention and graduation rates by promoting academic excellence and enrichment.

Office of Admissions & Services for International Students (OASIS)
We are proud to welcome students from over 70 different countries.

DEI Task Force 
All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend monthly meetings throughout the academic school year. Current co-chairs are Amanda Harrod (faculty) and Myron Burr (staff).

Certificate in Culturally Responsive Assessment 
Professional development opportunity for faculty and staff to explore assessment practices that are inclusive of and responsive to the diverse nature of our institution. 

Lindenwood Black Alumni Council
The mission of the Lindenwood University Black Alumni Council (BAC) is to stimulate an interest in and advance the causes of Lindenwood University’s Black alumni and student communities, provide social and intellectual experiences for members, provide scholarships for Lindenwood University students, and assist the university in recruitment and retention of Black students.