University of Lynchburg athletics, in conjunction with fellow Old Dominion Athletic Conference members, has decided to postpone traditional fall intercollegiate competition through the end of the 2020 calendar year due to ongoing community spread of the novel coronavirus.
In thinking about how to prepare for the fall semester — a semester that would happen during a pandemic — Mike Jones, vice president for communications and marketing at the University of Lynchburg, had a lot of things to consider.
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The University of Lynchburg announced on Thursday that it will require all students, faculty, and staff to have a face mask or cloth face covering with them at all times while on campus.
The University of Lynchburg is offering one of its 2020 Summer School courses, INTL 398: Navigating the Threat of Pandemics — Security and Safety Responses, to the community at a discounted rate of $250 (no credit).
In a campuswide email on Monday, President Kenneth R. Garren and President-elect Alison Morrison-Shetlar announced concrete plans to return to in-person instruction and reopen the University of Lynchburg for the fall semester on Aug. 12.
President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren announced in a campuswide email on Friday that the University of Lynchburg plans to resume on-campus classes this fall.
Lynchburg President Dr. Kenneth R. Garren announced in an email today that Commencement exercises for undergraduate and graduate degree candidates have been rescheduled for the weekend of Oct. 30, 2020.
The University of Lynchburg announced on Friday that it would temporarily offer flexible grading options for the spring semester. Students had been asking for pass/fail grading due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges has created a $500,000 COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund to offer short-term relief for undergraduate students at VFIC schools impacted financially by the pandemic.