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Admitted Students


Welcome to Lenoir-Rhyne. Here you will find the next steps you need to complete and other key information for admitted students.

We are excited for you to start your next big adventure with us. Our goal is to provide a smooth transition to college, both academically and socially, and equip you and your family with the tools you'll need to navigate LR in your first year.

All incoming students should plan to attend The Charge: New Student Orientation. The Charge is an excellent opportunity to meet with faculty, get to know the campus, register for classes and ask any outstanding questions. Stay tuned for more details on dates and activities for The Charge via email.

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Amari Brown painting Black Lives Matter mural

I don't know if it has hit me yet how much of an impact it will make on other people. I just thought of it as an assignment, but as I worked through it, I realized I have a platform.

Amari Brown '21, on his Black Lives Matter mural at the Hickory Art Museum

Next Steps for Admitted Students


Enrollment Checklists

Use the admitted student enrollment checklist to complete the required steps before joining us on campus in the fall. If you have any questions, please contact the Admission Office at 828.328.7382 or admission@lr.edu.

First-Year Advising

Academic advising is a critical component of first-year success for undergraduate students, including first-year, transfer and adult students. Our faculty and staff are committed to your success at LR. Our goal is to help you create and achieve your educational, career and life goals and this starts with first-year advising.

Academic & Student Support Services

Lenoir-Rhyne provides you with the academic support and student resources to help you achieve your goals in and outside the classroom. We make it easy for you to focus on the learning experiences by offering a comprehensive range of resources to our undergraduate students, including transfer students and adult learners.

Almost anything you need help with academically there is a resource on campus that can help.

Raiah Robinson, International Business and Spanish Major

News & Events

Six members of the grant writing team for the Noyce scholarship program stand in the George Hall lobby

Awarded through the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, the funds will diversify STEM education by providing scholarships for Master of Arts in teaching students specializing in STEM subjects.

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Three older students in conversation at Joe's Coffee

The honor roll recognizes colleges and universities around the world that are creating innovative and effective support strategies for transfer students.

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