Memorial Scholarship established to benefit College of Professional Studies students
An endowed memorial scholarship has been established to support students in Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies. The university established the scholarship in memory of Michael Andrew Nugent, who was enrolled in the College of Professional Studies at the time of his death in January 2018 at age 28.
IDEAL Summer Academy preps young adults with IDD for college, careers
Igniting the Dream of Education and Access at Lipscomb (IDEAL) held its week-long residential Summer Academy for students with intellectual disabilities June 3-8.
National Nurses Week: Lipscomb’s School of Nursing prepares next generation of servant nurses, has 100% placement rate for Class of 2017
During National Nurses Week, we take a look at the nursing profession and Lipscomb's School of Nursing.
More than 840 students receive degrees during spring commencement
Spring commencement marks the official end of the 2017-18 academic year. On May 5, more than 880 undergraduate, master's and doctoral degrees were awarded at the two ceremonies.
Graduation 2018: Lipscomb’s first contemporary music grad sets sights on debut album
Lipscomb's contemporary music program reaches a significant milestone Saturday as its first graduate, Jacalyn Thompson, receives her degree.
New endowed scholarship honors the history, legacy of first May Queen
In 1931, Margaret “Nell” (Grandstaff) Midgett (’32) was named David Lipscomb College’s inaugural May Queen. Today, Nell’s Christian character and commitment to academic excellence will carry on and impact future generations through Lipscomb University’s newest endowed scholarship.
Tom Brokaw joins Lipscomb University for Imagine 2018
Lipscomb University’s Imagine 2018 featuring distinguished journalist and bestselling author Tom Brokaw began a yearly initiative with one of the nation’s most notable journalistic personalities.
Make a Way initiative encourages students to help fund scholarships
A group of Lipscomb University students is helping to remove the barrier of the cost of education by launching a campaign to raise funds for student scholarships — the Make A Way scholarship.
2018 Student Scholars Symposium set for April 12
Lipscomb University’s Student Scholars Symposium, is an annual celebration of the creative and scholarly works of Lipscomb students. The 2018 symposium on Thursday, April 12 is the seventh iteration of the interdisciplinary event.
Competency-based education and CORE assessment: Faith in your future via the experience of your past
Lipscomb University’s College of Professional Studies and its customized outcome based relevant evaluation, or CORE assessment, continue to provide professionally experienced students with the ability to earn credits for what they already know.