The University of Lynchburg is once again noted among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges. Lynchburg’s 2022 rankings include a 21st spot among regional universities in the South — up one from last year — and a 23rd place for Best Value in that category. Among Best Colleges for Veterans, Lynchburg ranked No. 35 and on the Top Performers on Social Mobility list, the University ranked 62nd. Lynchburg also was included on a new list that ranks the best Undergraduate Nursing Programs in the country.
Turner Gymnasium was brimming with excitement on Sunday afternoon as faculty lined the entrance inside to welcome new students to the University of Lynchburg. Outside, scents of candy and bubble gum floated through the hot August air as the Class of 2025, most wearing their black class T-shirts, waited to get in.
Ellen Druebbisch ‘21 is this year’s Robert L. Hill Distinguished Senior Award winner.
The University of Lynchburg announced today that every new student entering in Fall 2021 who has filed the FAFSA will be given a laptop at no charge.
For Sue and Dr. Andy Tatom ’78, it was love at first sight some 40 years ago — for each other, and for Lynchburg.
When students leave campus for winter break on Nov. 24, the University of Lynchburg will have reached a big milestone: completing the Fall 2020 semester on campus in the middle of a pandemic without a major outbreak.
Ashani Parker ’21, this year’s Sommerville Scholar winner, uses a multidisciplinary approach to education, one that matches the award’s namesake who taught psychology, philosophy, and education.
The University of Lynchburg today announced plans for the Spring 2021 semester. Undergraduate classes will begin as scheduled on Monday, Jan. 25, with final exams concluding on May 18.
A new format due to COVID-19 restrictions did not stop the University of Lynchburg’s Debate and Forensics Team from bringing home several awards at the first-ever online Collegiate Forensics Association Tournament earlier this month.
The University of Lynchburg today announced that it will lower tuition for Fall 2021-22 from about $54,000 to a total price tag of just under $46,000. Factoring in the institution’s generous financial aid and scholarships, students will pay about $24,000 a year on average, which compares with most public universities in Virginia.