It was a stellar year for giving at the University of Lynchburg, with gifts to the University totaling $7.7 million dollars over the course of Fiscal Year 2022.
A block party celebrating city founder John Lynch’s birthday will be held Saturday, Aug. 27, on the grounds of Quaker Memorial Presbyterian Church in Lynchburg. During the event, the church also will sign a partnership agreement with the University of Lynchburg and the Lynchburg Museum System.
There’s a little something for everyone on the University of Lynchburg’s music department offerings this fall.
When Annette Stadtherr saw an email in her inbox about a designation University of Lynchburg could receive that would recognize its dedication to first-generation college students, she jumped at the chance to apply for it.
Eighty-five years ago, on Nov. 25, 1935, the first Virginia chapter of the National Conference of Christians and Jews was founded at what was then Lynchburg College.