Twenty Lee University students departed for the annual United Kingdom (UK) Semester Study Abroad trip on Monday, Jan. 19.
Drs. Katherine Carlson and Brian Peterson have been awarded Post-Doctoral Faculty Fellowships from the Appalachian College Association.
The Business Department at Lee will partner with the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program again this spring to offer free tax preparation.
Christian comedian, songwriter, and singer Mark Lowry will appear at Lee on Thursday, March 5, in a benefit concert at Pangle Hall at 7 p.m.
Cleveland business leader Debbie Melton will serve as community chair of the 2015 Great Strides walk for cystic fibrosis, according to campaign officials at Lee University.
will offer another diverse series of concerts this semester, beginning this
Sunday with Royal Tailor and Capital Kings.
The Lee University Symphonic Band will present a special concert of wind band music under Dr. Mark Bailey on Tuesday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. ...more
Lee University School of Music will present “Marimba Madness” on Monday, March 2 at 8 p.m. in Pangle Hall. ...more
Lee University alum Clark Beckham has secured a spot as a contestant in the “Top 24” for season 14 of American Idol. ...more
The School of Music will host Grammy award-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux for the final Performing Arts Series concert of the season on Thursday, March 5 at 7:30 p.m. ...more
Students of Lee’s Phi Beta Lambda national business society are providing financial counseling in conjunction with Lee’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program on Tuesdays and Thursdays. ...more
Students of Lee University’s Phi Beta Lambda national business society are providing financial counseling in conjunction with Lee’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Feb. 5 – April 9, from 6-8 p.m.Junior and senior Phi Beta Lambda students will be available to provide assistance with basic personal budgeting and financial planning for individuals and families.“We are really excited to provide a service to the community that is intended to help families reach their financial goals,” said Brittany Sloan, Phi Beta Lambda’s special projects coordinator.This is the first year that financial counseling is being provided, while Lee’s VITA program is now in its eighth year. VITA provides free tax return preparation services for any qualified individuals or families whose maximum gross annual income does not exceed $50,000.Spanish translators will be available on-site Thursday evenings to facilitate communication. Returns are filed electronically to the Internal Revenue Service.Both services are being provided in the Walker Memorial Building. To schedule an appointment, call the Lee VITA site at (423) 473-1160 or email
VITA@LeeUniversity.edu. Walk-ins are welcome if space permits.Phi Beta Lambda students are pictured here with business professor and VITA program director Dr. Randy Miedaner.
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