Lindenwood University-Belleville is among three universities in southern Illinois that will participate in the "Get to Know M.E." campaign’s scholarship program. Two students in each of the schools will $2,000 scholarships.
Lindenwood University has partnered with the Gallup organization on a three-year project to survey alumni and study graduate experiences and long-term outcomes as they pursue great jobs and great lives. The first web survey shows Lindenwood graduates are more likely than other college graduates to be working full-time for an employer and engaged on the job.
Students in Derek Dadian-Smith’s Game Theory and Design class recently stepped out of the classroom to explore career options at area game development studios in order to give them a glimpse of life after college.
In addition to outdoor sunken garden dining and an expanded Matt’s Cafe, Lindenwood University-Belleville students will have an assortment of new meal plan options from which to choose upon their return to Belleville this fall. Campus President Brett Barger said the administration has “listened carefully to students” and the meal plan changes are a direct result of student opinion surveys.
Lindenwood University has signed a lease for 32,000 square feet of space at the Old Post Office at Ninth and Olive Downtown and is moving its Wildwood and St. Louis accelerated degree program operations there April 1.