- Top 1% Secondary teacher prep program in the nation
- #6 Christian engineering program in the nation
- #1 Undergrad business program in Tennessee
Men's soccer voted 16th in national rankings by Top Drawer Soccer
The Lipscomb men’s soccer team’s historical streak of achievements continues as the Bisons are nationally-ranked by Top Drawer Soccer for the first time in program history.
Holiday how to: maintaining a healthy weight through the holidays
Holiday health tips from Anne Lowery, Associate Professor and Director of Dietetic Internship Program at Lipscomb University.
Accounting program ranked top in Tennessee for second year, top 10 percent in nation
Lipscomb University’s accounting program, housed in the College of Business, has been ranked the top program in Tennessee and among the top 10 percent in the nation in the 2019 College Factual rankings. This is the second year Lipscomb’s accounting program has been named the top program in Tennessee.
Lipscomb's addictions specialists educate youth on the dangers of drug use
Dr. Witherspoon Nash and students in the addictions specialist program are educating children, and their parents, in Metro Nashville Public Schools on the use of drugs and other substances.
Lipscomb student Ele Ivory takes the big stage on NBC's 'The Voice'
Lipscomb commercial music student Ele Ivory rocked the stage this summer in the NBC American television series and vocal competition The Voice. Ivory made it as far as the nationally broadcast blind auditions where she performed for four celebrity judges.
Amy Grant to kick-off holiday season with annual Lighting of the Green Nov. 27
For more than a decade the Lipscomb University community has celebrated the start of the holiday season with beloved Nashville entertainer Amy Grant and friends at the annual Lighting of the Green concert. This year’s edition is set for Tuesday, Nov. 27, at Lipscomb University.
Student Health Advisory Committee promotes campus health
In her desire to connect the student body with Health Services, Keckley started the Student Health Advisory Committee. These four student ambassadors meet monthly to consider health-related topics their peers would want to know and how to begin these discussions on campus.
The Center for Entrepreneurship hosts the annual Kittrell Pitch Competition
Lipscomb graduate and undergraduate students of any major will have the opportunity to pitch a business plan in the Kittrell Pitch Competition.
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