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University Advancement

Constituents' Comments

Giving to Lincoln Memorial University allows our alumni and friends to take part in something beloved , and it helps create stronger connections to campus.

Sherrie Claiborne

Graduate, former educator and alumni representative to the Board of Trustees

Sherrie Claiborne | Harrogate, TN | Class of 1969

When I give to LMU, I give from my heart. I love the feeling I get from helping and I know that those on the receiving end feel even better. Philanthropy is so important to the University, and every gift helps. The staff in the Division of University Advancement will work with you to identify the area of need that best fits your interest so that you can know the joy that giving back brings.

Brandon Burke

May 2019 graduate

Brandon Burke | Cumberland Gap, Tennessee | Class of 2019

LMU's scholarship program benefited me in ways that cannot be described, and provided an essential piece to the puzzle of my academic pursuits. During my years as an undergraduate student, I was fortunate enough to receive several scholarships to help ease the financial burdens that came with attending this prestigious University. I am forever grateful for the donors' vision, kindness and potential seen in me through these awards. My dreams of becoming a sports broadcaster continue to evolve into reality thanks to the joint commitment to student success.

David Heath

Two-time graduate, physician at Saint-Joseph-London Hospital and DCOM representative to the LMU alumni board

David Heath, DO | London, Kentucky | Classes of 2003 and 2011

As a graduate of the J. Frank White Academy, LMU and LMU-DCOM, the University has provided me countless oportunities for success. Other family members are alumni, including my wife, sister and sister-in-law just to name a few. I am proud to continue my family's legacy at LMU by providing opportunities for medical students to learn with me as a physician. It is my pleasure to pass on the knowledge to the future ambassadors of LMU.