Glenn McCadams to be inducted into 2014 TSSAA Hall of Fame
The late Glenn McCadams, Lipscomb Academy’s longtime head football coach, to be honored in TSSAA Hall of Fame.
Men’s Choral Festival features Middle Tenn high schoolers, ChamberMen
A grand chorus of male choral singers from Middle Tennessee join The ChamberMen to perform original work.
Ayers leadership scholarships available due to $1M gift
The Ayers Institute and Ayers Foundation partner to enroll aspiring principals in Lipscomb's educational leadership program.
National speakers, authors make The Gathering the place to be this winter
The public is invited to hear T.B. Boyd at the Martin Luther King Day service Jan. 21.
Jim Humphrey honored with Patriot Award
Director of veteran services was recently recognized for his service to student veterans at Lipscomb.
National education expert Candice McQueen appointed senior vice president
Candice McQueen, dean of the College of Education since July 2008, has been appointed senior vice president.
Lipscomb Academy headmaster Mike Hammond returns to classroom
Vice president and headmaster of Lipscomb Academy since 2008 concludes his leadership role in May.
Greek Life builds relationships, serves community
Students, faculty and staff will have an opportunity to learn more about Greek Life at Lipscomb Thursday, Jan. 9, during Rush Fair. Activities begin at 5 p.m. in Allen Arena.
Ready to learn more?
Since exploration—of the academic and spiritual variety—is what we’re all about, we invite you to do a little of your own. You may be an alum or community member who simply needs to find a faculty or staff member or specific office for some reason, or you may be a member of the news media checking in on everything that’s happening at this very active campus. On the other hand, you may be a parent trying to find out a little more about your student’s time here or a new transfer who wants to get a head start on understanding how Lipscomb will support your success. Here’s a quick connect.
Ready to come by?
Call it Southern hospitality or just plain friendliness, but we love having visitors at our almost 125-year-old, heart-of-Nashville campus. We welcome parents, alumni, community members, neighbors and business groups for tours, events, and conferences. Here’s some important information on parking, building locations, and even a little bit about our hometown, Nashville.
Ready to take part?
There’s a lot going on at Lipscomb, but we believe that the best about us…hasn’t happened yet! We have a vision for this university—to offer even stronger academics, broader service, better facilities and smarter technologies. We’re planning the future of Lipscomb and we invite you to help us build it. We welcome people who want to put faith in futures.