Collins Alumni Auditorium

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We look forward to seeing you here!

If you’re on this page, chances are you are about to become one of the more than 125,000 visitors we welcome each year for one event or another—and that doesn’t include athletics! Here is some information that might be helpful before you come. Our community is dropping by almost every day, and we wouldn’t have it any other way—we believe a warm welcome is the only kind there is.

Campus & Venues

Consider our campus, in the heart of Nashville’s Green Hills area, just five miles from downtown Nashville, your campus. And that includes our Spark facility located in nearby Williamson County. If you’re planning a conference or concert, retreat or reception, Lipscomb has multiple venues available for events of all sizes. Likewise, we invite our community to take part in the games, plays and worship that are a regular part of Lipscomb life.

Venue Information

Things to Know

Directions to campus, places to stay, what to check out in Nashville—we’ve got all the details covered so your trip goes smoothly.

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Parking Assistance

There are very few parking spots on campus that are not open to you; we do not do permit-only parking. With the exception of spots specifically reserved with temporary or permanent signage, you can park anywhere. Here are some parking options for you.

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Undergraduate Students

Although we think our website looks pretty good, wait until you see Lipscomb in person. Whether you're a graduating high school senior or a transfer student from another college, you have many chances throughout the year to visit our campus and experience the real deal. Pick a day and see why so many students claim their "Bisonhood" after just one visit.

Schedule a Visit

Graduate Students

We know you're not coming to live here, but we still want you to feel at home. That's why we invite you to attend one of our graduate program information sessions, where you can learn not only about the master's or certificate program that interests you, but the campus itself—recognized, by the way, as one of the top master's colleges in the Southeast.

Information Session

Adult Degree Students

You're never too old to earn a college degree. And sometimes, it just takes the advice and encouragement of someone who can show you how you can. Plan a visit to our campus to attend an information session and talk with us about your education and career goals. You might be surprised where a short meeting on campus can actually take you.

Information Session