Return To Campus Plan
Lipscomb University's comprehensive plan to return to campus.Learn More
Student pharmacists volunteering time, skills as part of community’s COVID-19 response College of Pharmacy student pharmacists, faculty and alumni are using their knowledge to help on COVID-19 frontlines
Nursing students, faculty making an impact on COVID-19 frontlines Lipscomb student nurses and faculty are leading the way in volunteering their time and sharing their skills in fighting the COVID-19 virus.
Video shares student story to continue conversation of mental health With help from a SAMHSA grant, the University Counseling Center creates further resources for students on-campus, and across the country
Free resources for exploring new hobbies amidst social distancing Expert educators share a series of helpful tips and resources to navigate this unique time.
Tips for managing new reality of isolation at home As families around the world continue to be at home to help combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus Lipscomb's Justin Briggs shares tips for navigating this unusual time.
Collaboration with Meharry, Fisk to preserve archives earns planning grant from National Archives Project to preserve and care for archives in "Athens of the South"
Lipscomb named to prestigious Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Honor Roll for fourth consecutive year Lipscomb is leading the way as a place that welcomes and serves transfer students.
Lipscomb responds to the COVID-19 pandemic with remote/online classes and other actions Colleges and universities across the nation are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about how Lipscomb is responding to this crisis.
Spring 2020 commencement plans announced, summer courses to remain online Many colleges and universities across the nation are adjusting spring and summer schedules in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alumnus’ fog company provides hand sanitizer to Middle Tennessee Froggy’s Fog committed to providing affordable hand sanitizer to first responders and the public during crisis.