Learn how LR is making a college degree more accessible and affordable through a 30% drop in tuition and our Bear Bound community college transfer program.
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As director of stewardship and donor engagement, Whitney Durham Franklin spends her days showing appreciation for Bears near and far — reminding them LR is always home.
In cooperation with 14 community colleges, LR will open access to a four-year degree with seamless transfer procedures and added affordability.
Alumni Day and Day of Giving at LTSS bring together alumni, faculty, staff and current students in a celebration of faith and unity.
In the Lenoir-Rhyne Visiting Writers Series, Howard Bryant discusses the business of sports journalism and the winding path of cultural progress.
In 1982, a newspaper article and a safety pin brought two Lenoir-Rhyne students together to begin a lifelong love.
Completing his MPH, Alex Summers moved from classroom to community with fundraising to support the therapy programs at Rising Hope Farms.
Alumni can help the next generation of Bears get a jump on career development through Career Connectors, bringing together alumni and students in their fields.
Giving a reading for the Visiting Writers Series, former poet laureate Tracy K. Smith provided a demonstration of the power of poetry to process the human condition in the past and present.
Biology professor Carly York, Ph.D., investigates the value of curiosity-based science and its role in building better relationships between scientists and the general public.
Planned revisions to the engineering physics major will make a strong program even stronger.
To fit the diverse needs of first-generation students, the university provides a residential learning community designed to assist with the home-to-college transition in new way.
Katherine Pasour explores the connections between health, wellness and spirituality in her first book, “Honoring God with My Body: Journey to Wellness and a Healthy Lifestyle."