At University of Lynchburg, we help you to understand that history is all around us. The story of the past is a rich and complex tapestry that spans centuries, cultures, and localities.
You don’t need to go any further than University of Lynchburg history to see the connections!
From the Pages of LC History
Josephus and Sarah Hopwood. The Hopwoods sought to make higher education accessible to men and women who could not afford it and to instill in them a strong moral conscience. “Christian education – the hope of the world” -Josephus Hopwood
John Crighton, student in the 1920s, University of Lynchburg. Crighton helped to promote interracial understanding in the 1920s – putting into practice the moral/Christian based ideals of the College’s founder, Josephus Hopwood.