We maintain David Lipscomb’s belief that faith-based education succeeds when it produces a person who is useful. By putting their studies to work, Lipscomb students work toward the greater good.
Lipscomb offers a mix of programs both timeless and timely. We ask students to explore the liberal arts as they master cutting-edge disciplines. Through labs, field experiments, mission trips, and internships, students practice what they’re learning as they learn it, graduating with the knowledge and the know-how to work and to serve.
As we improve the quality and range of our academic resources, we will continue to prepare students to do well and to do good.
One of the university’s major initiatives will be to grow our offerings in the sciences, pharmacy, and nursing. In response to an ever-increasing need for qualified professionals, we plan to add new health care degrees and build a new space for the School of Nursing. We will also expand in-demand programs, such as business, education, and counseling, and add onto McFarland Science Center.