Friday, February 25, 2011

Town Hall Session on the Institutional Value CARE

On Monday, February 28 at 9:20 am in the Belk Centrum, LR will host the third of its four-part “town hall” series exploring Lenoir-Rhyne’s statement of institutional values.

This session will focus on the value of “care" as defined and practiced as:
"We will care about others in our learning and working relationships. We will be responsible stewards of our resources. We will support each other and work together toward the common good."

Presenters for this session include: Ms. Kellie Medley (student); Dr. Michael McGee; Mr. Leonard Geddes; and Dr. Amy Wood (Moderator). Convocation credit is available for students.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

"Study Hall" Program Now Offered at LRU

The Office of Student Success and Retention in collaboration with Athletics and Student Affairs recently was awarded a grant from the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities College Access Program to institute a “Study Hall” program open to all students, targeting special populations including all students placed on academic probation as well as student athletes.

The Study Hall will be meeting in the Learning Commons (2nd Floor – Rudisill Library) Monday and Thursday evenings from 6-8 p.m.

To volunteer to be a part of this program, please contact Stacey Brackett, Director of Student Success and Retention, at 328-7309 or