Lipscomb University develops innovative tool to assist veterans, transfer students
Lipscomb University’s Veterans Services Program has developed a new tool that will aid veterans and transfer students through funding provided by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission’s Veteran Reconnect grant program.
Lipscomb University celebrates spring commencement with activities May 3-5
The Lipscomb community is celebrating the official end of the 2017-18 academic year with a series of celebrations and events to mark the occasion Thursday through Saturday, May 3-5.
Veteran Services Office adds 20 year Army Veteran Jimmie Handley to team
Lipscomb University has appointed a new Veteran Programs Coordinator within the Veterans Services Office. Army veteran Jimmie Handley joins the Veteran Services team, bringing over 20 years experience and leadership with him. During his tenure, Handley served as a telecommunications specialist and culminated his service to the nation as a Sergeant First Class.
Campus Veterans Organization celebrates Veterans Day 2017 with a series of events, Nov. 6-10
In honor of Veterans Day 2017, Lipscomb’s Campus Veterans Organization will host a series of events, Nov. 6-10, that honor the service and appreciate the sacrifices of those who have bravely fought in the United States Armed Forces, including Lipscomb’s student-veteran population.
Lipscomb University honors 9/11 with student-led memorial service
In remembrance of the 16th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, students from within Lipscomb University’s Campus Veterans Organization held a special memorial service to honor the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2002.
Commencement marks new beginning for graduates
More than 900 graduate and undergraduate students received degrees and achieved their educational goals at spring commencement May 6.
Charlie Jackson veterans program coordinator in its Office of Veteran Services
Lipscomb University has appointed Charlie Jackson veterans program coordinator in its Office of Veteran Services.
Lipscomb recognized as first private university in Middle Tennessee named VETS Campus
Lipscomb University became the first private university in Middle Tennessee to be designated a VETS Campus by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) in a special ceremony on March 24.
Tennessee Higher Education Commission to recognize Lipscomb as VETS Campus at March 24 ceremony
Col. David Dellinger, chief of staff, 101st Airborne Divison and Nashville Mayor Megan Barry are among those who will be part of a March 24 ceremony to recognize Lipscomb as a THEC VETS Campus.
Staggs, Silverman appointed to National Association of Veterans Program Administrators’ 2017 Board of Directors
The National Association of Veterans Program Administrators recently elected Lipscomb University director of veteran’s services Chad Staggs and VA Certifying Official Susan Silverman to its Board of Directors as a Regional III Alternate Delegate and as an At-Large Delegate for 2017.