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Lipscomb Online for Undergrads

For fall 2020, online courses through Lipscomb Online are available to all students at the university, providing additional flexibility for you to choose how to complete your education as we all continue to navigate the challenges created by COVID-19 together.

View the full Lipscomb Online course schedule for fall 2020.

Lipscomb Online Undergraduate

 

Lipscomb Online is an academic branch of the institution that offers a fully online learning experience for students. Although not every course offered in the traditional curriculum is available through Lipscomb Online, many of the online courses, especially in the general education curriculum, are exact replicas of the traditional, on-campus classes.

As you decide your schedule and choose your courses for fall semester, take a moment to consider the possibility of online coursework through Lipscomb Online. While you may have previously taken online courses, Lipscomb Online courses have some key differences that we believe make for a more efficient, self-paced learning experience.

Lipscomb Online courses are available as part of your fall schedule and block tuition. Taking Lipscomb Online courses doesn't affect your tuition and fees. Reach out to your advisor to discuss the option of taking classes through Lipscomb Online or contact our team at online@lipscomb.edu or 615.966.1100.

How to Enroll

Follow these steps to take a Lipscomb Online course:

  1. Review the Fall 2020 Lipscomb Online Course Schedule with your academic advisor. 
  2. Complete the Lipscomb Online Course Interest Form.
  3. A member of the Lipscomb Online team will contact you about next steps.
  4. Register.

You are ready to learn online when the term starts! Lipscomb Online staff will send you important information regarding the LMS and the course style before the term starts.