LMU To Transition To Online Classes After March 13

COVID-19

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) President Clayton Hess has announced that LMU will transition to online classes beginning Monday, March 16.

  • Online Classes – All seated lecture classes will be moved online, effective March 16 until at least March 27. We will continue to communicate throughout this period through MyLMU and the LMU website. Students should look for communication about individual courses from faculty members through LMU email.
  • Residence Halls – Students are requested to stay home and participate in online classes from their primary residence. We understand that this not possible for every student. If you live in a residence hall and you are not able to stay at home, you can register to remain on campus and essential services will be available.
  • University Events – Beginning March 17 and running through at least March 27, LMU is canceling all university events. Decisions concerning events organized by the athletics department will be evaluated by the director of athletics in coordination with the South Atlantic Conference and the NCAA.
  • Travel – All University sponsored employee and student travel has been suspended until further notice.
  • University Facilities –Tex Turner Arena (for community walking), LMU Pool, LMU Wellness center and other facilities usually open to the public will be closed to the public, students and employees with the exception of the Chick-Fil-A and Campus Grounds (Starbucks) in the Student Center. The Carnegie Vincent Library will remain open to students and employees.
  • Offices – Employees will continue to report. Large gatherings of personnel will be prohibited.

LMU will continue to monitor the impact of COVID-19 and will provide updates to the LMU community as needed.  A complete outline of University COVID-19 measures can be found here.

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