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.
The University of Lynchburg, specifically its Gender Studies program and the offices of Equity and Inclusion, Student Engagement and Leadership Development, and Housing and Residence Life, will present two events based on the book “The Lavender Scare: The Cold War Persecution of Gays and Lesbians in the Federal Government.”
Black history will come alive on Wednesday, February 26, when the University of Lynchburg’s Black Student Association presents a living wax museum featuring well-known people from African American history. The public event will be held at 6:30 p.m. in Hall Campus Center’s Memorial Ballroom. Admission is free.
Power is on in the new residence hall and according to Kristen Cooper, director of housing and residence life, work is still on schedule for students residing in the new residence hall to move in August 26 and 27.
During the month of May, future residents of the new residence hall, currently under construction alongside Shellenberger Field, were invited to check out the building on a tour led by Kristen Cooper, director of housing and residence life. According to Cooper, more than 30 students signed up for the hour-long tours.
Work is steadily progressing on the new residence hall. According to Boyce Hamlet, physical plant director, sections of the building are now “under roof” and sheetrock installation has commenced.
University of Lynchburg students can take advantage of three new residential learning communities opening in Fall 2019. The new learning communities — Spirituality, Wellness and Mindfulness; Dimensions of Diversity; and one for the Westover Honors College — will allow students to live nearby others with similar interests and participate in co-curricular programs together.
Furniture from The Brill Company’s Pulse line has been selected for the University of Lynchburg’s new residence hall. The new residence hall, which will be ready for students in Fall 2019, replaces McWane Hall and is located alongside Shellenberger Field, between Freer and Shackelford halls.
Despite the winter weather, including at least two snow events, crews working on the new residence hall have made significant progress over the past six weeks or so. “They worked all through the break and didn’t appear to be impacted by inclement weather,” Kristen Cooper, director of housing and residence life, said. “They have been […]
In November, a team from the University of Lynchburg traveled to the headquarters of Steelcase, an office furniture company located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Accompanied by partners from the seating company Barrows and architects Point of View LLC, the team learned about the offerings related to active learning classroom furniture and the impact and offerings for […]