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New Student Orientation

It's officially time to welcome you to the Herd!

What is the Quest Team?

The Quest Team is a group of peer leaders who have gone through a rigorous interview, selection and training process in order to prepare them to serve you throughout the entire summer as orientation leaders. They're here to walk students through the entire process from registering for classes to hanging out during QuestWeek. They've been where you are and are here to point you in the right direction so that you feel welcome in your new home at Lipscomb.

The Quest Team stands in front of Collins Alumni Auditorium

The 2022 Quest Team

Apply for the 2023 Quest Team

Interested in being a part of the 2023 Quest Team? Complete the following steps to submit your application!

1. Review our Application Information Document

Learn more about the commitment associated with being a Quest Team Member and the qualifications needed for the position.

View Application Information Here

2. Complete the online application by Friday, January 20th

Applications Coming Soon!

3. Sign up for an interview time by Friday, January 20th

Use the link below to sign up for an interview between January 23rd and February 3rd.

Interview Sign-Ups Coming Soon!

4. Submit Your References by Friday, February 3rd

Send the following reference form to two references (only one for returning members). Ensure your references have been submitted by the deadline.

Reference Form Coming Soon!

 

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We continue to welcome a record-breaking number of students from around the world, all bringing a wide variety of academic, cultural, personal and social interests. It's important that you have a clear picture of what's needed to begin your Lipscomb experience. Entering an academic community is important and can be stressful, but don't worry. We're here to help. The orientation team is dedicated to serving you and easing this exciting transition. We can't wait to welcome you home!

Spring NSO will take place on Friday, January 6th, 2023. Log into your Bison Portal to sign up for orientation.

Here, you will also be able to pay your enrollment and housing fees. Once you’ve completed both, you will receive instructions about receiving a room in one of our Residence Halls and a roommate.

We're so glad that you're joining The Herd!
 

Move-In Information

Orientation Events & Information

The 2022 Quest Team

Connor Adair

Connor Adair

Adair is a sophomore Musical Theatre major from Edmond, Oklahoma.

Allen Bass

Allen Bass

Bass is a senior Environmental & Sustainability Science major from Brentwood, Tennessee.

Brady Bryson

Brady Bryson

Bryson is a sophomore Finance and Theology major from Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Reece Collie

Reece Collie

Collie is a junior Entrepreneurship major from Montreat, North Carolina.

Lily Corley

Lily Corley

Corley is a senior Public Relations major from Knoxville, Tennessee.

Julia Correa

Julia Correa

Correa is a senior International Business major from Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Grayson Crockett

Grayson Crockett

Crockett is a junior History Teaching major from Willmore, Kentucky.

Alex Dee

Alex Dee

Dee is a junior Musical Theatre major from Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

Abby Duesing

Abby Duesing

Duesing is a senior Nursing major from South Holland, Illinois.

Holden Fernandez

Holden Fernandez

Fernandez is a sophomore Marketing major from Nashville, Tennessee.

Millie Gnewikow

Millie Gnewikow

Gnewikow is a senior Biology major from Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

David Green

David Green

Green is a junior Worship Arts major from Arlington, Virginia.

Ashlyn Holmes

Ashlyn Holmes

Holmes is a junior Nursing major from Franklin, Tennessee.

Brady Johnson

Brady Johnson

Johnson is a senior Applied Mathematics major from Pickerington, Ohio.

Antonina Lucido

Antonina Lucido

Lucido is a senior Political Science major from Rochester, Michigan.

Shawna Mann

Shawna Mann

Mann is a senior Journalism and New Media major from Deltona, Florida.

Jeffrey Martin

Jeffrey Martin

Martin is a senior Accounting & Data Science major from Birmingham, Alabama.

Liz McKell

Liz McKell

McKell is a senior Disability Studies major from Kandern, Germany.

Angie Medina Galeaz

Angie Medina Galeaz

Galeaz is a senior Biology major from Memphis, Tennessee.

Seth Meyer

Seth Meyer

Meyer is a junior Biochemistry major from Mount Juliet, Tennessee.

Lawton Miller

Lawton Miller

Miller is a sophomore Political Science major from Nashville, Tennessee.

Keilah Murphy

Keilah Murphy

Murphy is a sophomore Worship Arts major from Atlanta, Georgia.

Priscilla Obregon

Priscilla Obregon

Obregon is a senior IT Management & Graphic Design major from Nashville, Tennessee.

Meti Regaa

Meti Regaa

Regaa is a junior Biology & Music double major from Winchester, Tennessee.

Madisyn Rentz

Madisyn Rentz

Rentz is a junior Dietetics major from Rockford, Minnesota.

Ella Rosser

Ella Rosser

Rosser is a junior Biochemistry major from Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Britt Waller

Britt Waller

Waller is a senior Corporate Management major from Blairsville, Georgia.

Tyler Webb

Tyler Webb

Webb is a senior Exercise Science major from Christiana, Tennessee.

Ashley Zwiers

Ashley Zwiers

Zwiers is a junior Elementary Education & Special Education major from Grand Rapids, Michigan.

7 Tips to Prepare for Life at Lipscomb

students at jenis

1. Spend time with family.

“I wish I would have really cherished the time I had with my family. You don’t really realize that you will not see them as often when you get to college, especially being far away from home.”
- Madisyn Rentz, ’24, Dietetics, Rockford, Minnesota

student on computer

2. Get a plan for the semester.

“Take some time before you get here to map out and plan what’s important to you! Once school starts, you will have to pick up a lot of things related to academics and student life, so making sure you have a plan for self-care and spiritual investment will provide a lot of help in creating moments for rest.”
- Seth Meyer, ’24, Biochemistry, Mount Juliet, Tennessee

students walking

3. Connect with new students.

“I wish I would have reached out to more people who were coming to Lipscomb. Starting those conversations would have been super beneficial!” - Brady Bryson, ’25, Finance and Theology, Murfreesboro, Tennessee

student with backpack

4. Pack your bags.

“Don’t sweat Move-In Day and don’t overpack! A lot of times people bring too much stuff, so start with the necessities then go from there.”
- Abby Duesing, ’23, Nursing, South Holland, Illinois

students in dormroom

5. Prepare your dorm room.

“The most useful things I brought for my dorm room were cleaning products and decor. Everything in life feels easier to handle if my living space is clean and homey!”
- Priscilla Obregon, ’23, Information Technology Management and Graphic Design, Nashville, Tennessee

Move-In Information
student dancing

6. Try new things.

“Don’t be afraid to explore new things! College is all about finding your interests and passions. Try everything once, then you’ll know if you like it or not.”
- Priscilla Obregon, ’23, Information Technology Management and Graphic Design, Nashville, Tennessee

selfie in Nashville

7. Make a Nashville bucket list

“I would never get this type of stuff in my hometown, so I love having access to different experiences in Nashville.”
- Alexis Cole, ’22, Theology and Ministry, Bristol, Virginia

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