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.
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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.
Lipscomb responds to COVID crisis by shifting to remote teaching Center for Teaching and Learning proves valuable resource during swift transition.
Office of Student Life builds remote student community Students won’t sacrifice community spirit while separated.
Being organized helps with mental health while at home As many Americans are finding their schedules and routines upended by COVID-19, Lipscomb's experts have a few tips for staying mentally healthy during this unique time.
ASUN Beam video series features Lipscomb's Sports Fun Club at Carter-Lawrence Serving our community is an important part of who we are. Our Bison student athletes are making an impact in the lives of young people through this special program.
University classes to continue online through end of spring semester University offices announced on Wednesday, March 18, that classes will continue online for the remainder of spring semester due to the impact of COVID-19.
Carnegie Foundation names Lipscomb to national list of community-engaged colleges Lipscomb among just over 350 universities nationwide with the community engagement designation.