Starting in May, University of Lynchburg students can purchase discounted textbooks and other course materials online, thanks to Lynchburg’s new partnership with Akademos.
This semester, many freshmen are taking their first-year seminar DELL courses. Some courses deal with hate speech and symbols, others go over what’s Mexican about Mexican food, and some teach students about fly fishing.
Last week, Dr. Kenneth Garren, president of the University of Lynchburg, approved a 50% credit for room and board. Those credits will be processed as soon as possible.
A big part of working on a political campaign is the person-to-person contact — knocking on doors, shaking hands, town hall meetings, fundraisers. For Carter Elliott ’19, political director for 5th Congressional District candidate R.D. Huffstetler’s campaign, COVID-19 has changed almost everything about that.
The University of Lynchburg has one of the Best Physical Therapy Programs in the country, according to a recent ranking by U.S. News & World Report.
Last week, the University of Lynchburg Food Pantry received $4,000 in Kroger gift cards from the national grocery chain.
The University of Lynchburg announced today that classes will be taught online throughout the spring semester. Commencement exercises, scheduled for May 15, will take place at a later date.
The University of Lynchburg has announced a new, interdisciplinary program. Starting in Fall 2020, students can major in Africana studies.
A few weeks ago, Dr. Brian Crim, a history professor at the University of Lynchburg, got a call from the casting director at ATTN:, a Los Angeles-based media company. ATTN: had partnered with Amazon Prime on a short documentary to promote the series “Hunters,” which tells the fictional — albeit “ripped from the headlines” — story of Nazi hunters in the 1970s.
Lynchburg announced today that it will extend spring break for another week due to concerns about the global coronavirus outbreak. Classes resume online on Monday, March 23.