Whether it's academic or personal, LR offers advising and academic support resources and services that will set you up for success.
All undergraduate and graduate students should take advantage of available academic advising, tutoring and coaching opportunities. You may think that you should only get help when you’re struggling, but we want you to know that's not the case.
Lenoir-Rhyne is committed to the success of our students as whole persons. Every office and area shares in this mission. The role of the Office of Student Success is to shore up institutional efforts, strengthen outcomes and directly assist you in navigating your student journey from orientation through graduation and beyond.
Academic advising is focused on the development of a plan to achieve a degree that reflects your own unique interests, abilities, goals and values. This plan includes both the coursework required for your degree and learning opportunities and experiences beyond the classroom, including co-curricular activities, study abroad and internships.
The Advising Center provides general advising services to all first-year and exploratory students as well as success coaching and helps with academic planning to any student in need. The Advising Center is open for drop-in appointments Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. We are located Suite 204 on the second floor of the Rudisill Library.
The Office of Student Success offers workshops and individual coaching for all students who are not in good academic standing in order to help you recover from past academic difficulties, return to good academic standing and achieve academic success.
The Academic Recovery Program is required for students during your first semester of probation. The program includes: developing an academic plan, meeting regularly with an assigned advisor and attending a series of academic success workshops. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The care team is a group of faculty and staff from across the university who work collaboratively to provide intervention, resources and assistance to undergraduate students who are struggling with university life and have been referred by one or more persons or offices.
The purpose of the team is to provide a second line of support to students, including those who have not been responsive to initial outreach. Members of the team include representatives from the faculty, health and counseling services, student life, campus ministry, multicultural affairs, athletics and student success.
I would define the Lenoir-Rhyne community as a family. The amount of support across campus is incredible.
Olivia Thorn '21, Biology
Academic Support Services
The Lohr Learning Commons, located on the second floor of the Carl A. Rudisill Library, draws together a suite of academic services, learning and computer labs, co-curricular programs and enrichment opportunities that support and enhance the educational pursuits of students.
The Writing Center puts you in touch with caring, supportive readers for your work in progress. Whether you’re just starting to work on an assignment or you’re ready to edit, our tutors can help you see your project from a reader’s perspective.
The Speech Lab provides you with tutoring and resources related to public speaking. If you are preparing for an individual or group presentation on any topic and for any class at LR, you are encouraged to take advantage of our services.
Peer tutors are available to help with topics, thesis statements, organization, visual aids, vocal/physical delivery and speech anxiety. Our tutors are ready to assist with online presentations as well.
If you're looking for help with your mathematics and computer science courses, our undergraduate tutors can help. They can assist you with first- and second-year math and computer science courses as well as many upper-division classes.
Plus, our center has reference materials, solutions manuals and software.
The Office of Disability Services provides support services and resources to students with a disability through appropriate accommodation of university policies, practices and procedures. We work to ensure that every student with a disability has an equal opportunity to benefit from university programs.
We also serve as a campus and community resource for information about people with disabilities and the issues that affect them.
The Disability Services Office works with students to address various needs such as providing help with note taking, books on tape or e-text, alternate testing arrangements, assistive technology and more.
Lenoir-Rhyne University is grieving the loss of one of our student-athletes. Omari Alexander, a 19-year-old sophomore from Concord, North Carolina and member of the LR football team, was killed overnight on November 20 in an off-campus incident in Hickory.