A Track Record of Success With Adult Learners
Lindenwood University has been serving the unique needs of adult learners for more than 35 years with our undergraduate and graduate evening programs. We have 10 comfortable and convenient campuses located throughout the region. Our student body is comprised of students with a wide variety of socioeconomic and academic backgrounds. We welcome students who have been out of school for just a few years as well as those who are returning after many years. We also serve many students who bring with them credit from other institutions and need to complete a degree started at a previous time. Our admissions counselors, campus directors, advisors and instructors are experts in creating an academic atmosphere that thrives on this diversity and uses it to enhance the educational experience of all students.
Standards of Acceptance
The standards of admission to Lindenwood University are selective, yet flexible. We do expect our applicants to have a sound academic background, and we carefully examine each applicant's record to determine whether or not the student has the potential to be successful at Lindenwood.
We are interested in students who possess a desire to learn. We also look for students whose life experiences enhance and complement their academic skills. In the evaluation process, we look for evidence of intellectual capability, communication skills, and leadership potential. Admission into the university takes into account many factors.
Lindenwood University consciously seeks a diverse student body and welcomes applicants from a variety of socioeconomic, religious, and ethnic backgrounds. We also value geographical diversity and welcome international students to our campus.
Candidates applying to Lindenwood University may be evaluated by a combination of the Dean of Evening and Graduate Admissions, the dean of a specific discipline, or the department chair within that discipline.
To be considered for admission to the University, an applicant's file must include a completed and signed application form with the $30 application fee (non-refundable). Checks or money orders should be made payable to Lindenwood University. Official transcript from school granting the undergraduate degree, as well as official transcript(s) from any graduate school(s) attended. Individual academic schools may have additional documents needed for admission into that school.
Note: A student must have a completed file and be admitted to the University before any financial aid requests will be processed.
To reach Evening and Graduate Admissions, call (636) 949-4933 or via Email.
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