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Students in Bison Square by fountain.

Honor Roll, Provost’s List recognizes academic achievements for fall semester 2019 The Lipscomb community is celebrating students who earned academic honors for fall semester.

Graduates wearing graduation robes over prison blues.

Students awarded degrees in unique ceremony behind prison walls Education transforms lives even in the most unexpected places.

Aerial view of the Lipscomb campus.

Launch of $250 million Lipscomb Leads campaign among top stories of 2019 As 2019 draws to a close, we reflect on the stories, events and happenings in the Lipscomb community over the past 12 months.

Graduation ceremony in Allen Arena

December commencement celebrates the educational achievements of more than 400 students Commencement marks the end of an educational journey and a new beginning.

A view of the beaches of Costa Rica

Conversations from Costa Rica: The return home Studying abroad is a life-changing experience. Some of the biggest lessons learned happen thousands of miles away from campus.

Lipscomb Community Chorus performing at Otter Creek Church.

Be a part of the Lipscomb Community Chorus If you enjoy singing and live in the Nashville area we invite you to join the chorus. No auditions required!

Students in Florence, Italy

Zanolini has great expectations for Global Learning Rebecca Zanolini, new director of the Global Learning program at Lipscomb, has an inspired vision for global learning.

Three students standing in front of a building on the Lipscomb campus.

Supporting students during the holiday break As the fall semester draws to a close, college students across the country are returning home for the holiday break.

Photo of Lipscomb Bell Tower

Lipscomb hosts local Sleep in the Square event for a global cause On Dec. 7, Sleep in the Square will provide a unique outreach opportunity for students and community members, raising both funds and awareness for Nashville’s unhoused population.

Early photo of Bob and Elizabeth Kerce

Chambers’ gift puts LipscombLEADS campaign over $210 million mark Alumni are leading the way to provide pathway for future generations of Lipscomb students.