Once a Bear, Always a Bear

Alumni


Remembering your time as a Bear evokes great pride and memories.

No matter the trends of the day, your days as a Bear were filled with excitement and anticipation.

The Office of Alumni Engagement works to keep all LR Bears connected to the university and each other. We know how special your time was at Lenoir-Rhyne, and we can help you sustain the relationships that made it so.

Events


Join us for HomecomingReunion Weekend, regional events and webinars and online events throughout the year. Take full advantage of these opportunities to connect with classmates, learn something new and have fun along the way.

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Táles Rossetti Fernandes Miranda

I am thankful for all the doors that this institution opened for me, and I’m excited to see what the future holds. I love you, Bear Nation.

Táles Rossetti Fernandes Miranda '20, Engineering Physics

Connect & Learn


Read the latest in Bear news in Profile magazine and connect with long-lost friends. Update your contact information and submit a class note to share personal and professional news with your classmates.

Reminisce about your time at LR by viewing your class year's HACAWA yearbook.

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Alumni Resources


LR alumni have free lifetime access to comprehensive career services. Alumni can also request a transcript or get your master's degree — in Hickory, Asheville, Columbia or online — at a discount through LR's Alumni Advantage program and more. 

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Connect on Social


Stay connected and in the know with the latest in Bear news by following the Office of Alumni Engagement on social.

News & Events

As part of a family of entrepreneurs – Chelsea Robbins McQueen ’13 has launched her new business, Simply Organized by Chelsea – helping clients transform spaces through decluttering and organization.

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A chance meeting with a fellow veteran inspired alumnus Mark Hager '99 to write his book: “The Last of the 357th Infantry: Harold Frank’s WWII Story of Faith and Courage.”

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