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Return To Campus Plan

Lipscomb University's comprehensive plan to return to campus.

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Attend the Campus Showcase: January 11, 13 or 15, 2021

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COVID-19 Update

Lipscomb University Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 update and response.

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Admitted Students

Welcome to the Bison Herd!

You'll be on campus before you know it! Orientation begins August 20, and countless people in our community are already planning for you, praying for you and preparing for you.

Next Steps

Need help logging in? Contact your admissions counselor.

Take A Closer Look

Already dreaming about the ways you'll get involved on campus? Learn even more about our rigorous academics, exciting student life, meaningful spiritual formation and intentional support services with our resource guide, created especially for admitted students.

Welcome from President Lowry

Your Future Begins Here

Meet Your Biggest Supporters

The Quest Team

The Quest Team offers support and insider tips as you transition to college life. They're a group of diverse personalities that will make you laugh, answer your questions and help you find your niche, and they'll be friendly faces around campus long after Quest Week is over.

Campus Ministers

Our campus ministers provide spiritual support and formation. Whether they’re praying with you, plugging you into a service opportunity or connecting you with a mentor, their number one priority is to let you know that you are valued and loved.

Your Academic Advisor

Whether you’re still deciding on a major or you’ve already got your next four years planned out, your academic advisor will help you navigate your educational and personal goals. They'll steer you toward courses that interest and challenge you.

Know Before You Get Here

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Move-In Day

Move-In Day is Sunday, August 16! You'll have the whole day to get settled in your new home. If you still need help reserving a room, brainstorming a packing list or even picking out bedding for your new dorm, we've got you covered.

Moving In
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New Student Orientation

Quest Week is your introduction to the academic, social and spiritual aspects of campus life. We open up campus a week early for new students so that you can get moved in, master campus layout, connect with your peers and have some fun before classes start.

Quest Week
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Surviving and Thriving

Taught by the president and designed for incoming students, Surviving and Thriving in Uncertain Times is a free summer course running from July 6-17. Learn about resilience in the face of hardship. Registration closes on June 17, so don't wait!

Take Our Free Class
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Strong For You

At Lipscomb, we respond to crisis with commitment to you. Check out the initiatives we've developed to support you in uncertain times and get the latest COVID-19 updates as they relate to the Lipscomb campus and your fall semester.

Strong For You
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Intercultural Development

As a student at Lipscomb, you will experience people from many backgrounds and cultures. After all, we’re a diverse community, and we're proud to be learning and growing together. We believe in empowering our campus community of over 50 nations to engage with one another and celebrate our differences.

Experience Other Cultures
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Student Involvement

Being a Bison means being involved—in our community and around the city. From camping trips to intramural sports, social clubs to honor societies and special traditions like Singarama and Service Day, you’re bound to build relationships and discover more about yourself in the process.

Get Involved
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Our campus extends to Nashville, a world-class, forward-thinking city that’s known as a top destination for dreamers, seekers and doers. Through hands-on learning opportunities and rich cultural experiences, our hometown will shape you for the better—but you’ll shape Nashville, too.

Explore Nashville
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Health & Wellness

Our aim is for you to reach your highest state of wellness in body, mind and spirit. We provide free counseling and support services for our students in addition to memberships that include group fitness, sports and exercise facilities and many more great opportunities to increase your healthiness.

Health & Wellness

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We can't wait to see you this August!

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