A new general education curriculum preserves a liberal arts foundation while offering students more choices.
For 13 years, Carla Fowler '97 has always made students her priority. This fall she will head the new Office of Student Support and Outreach.
Integrating a range of academic support resources under focused leadership will allow BEAR Central to provide comprehensive and innovative support to students.
Grayson Cameron, M.A. '22, is making a difference in the community she calls home as a deputy in the Catawba County Sheriff's Office.
This summer, crews have been making residence halls, classroom spaces, offices and other facilities more comfortable, efficient and accessible.
As the new dean of students, Harry Titus, Ed.D., is bringing boundless enthusiasm and a passion toward providing students with a transformative university experience.
The Fritz Honors College will unite existing interdisciplinary honors programs while honoring the legacy of a family that has been a part of LR since the university's earliest roots.
The Alumni Association welcomed two new members and two returning alumni to its board of directors: Anthony Laxton ’13, Kenny Martin ’76, David Moose ’69 and Jon Swift ’76.
This fall Lenoir-Rhyne will add two new majors focusing on business and technology and opening new pathways to careers with unlimited potential.
At the Spaceport America Cup competition in New Mexico, the LR rocketry club showed they have exactly what it takes to stand alongside the best in the world.
Thanks to the support of alumni, families and friends, Lenoir-Rhyne University celebrated the end of another successful fiscal year on May 31, 2023.
Fred Zayas '86 was probably always destined for a life in the aerospace industry, and Lenoir-Rhyne helped him get there.