The student bears ultimate responsibility for effective planning, progression, and completion of all requirements for the chosen degree. However, good academic advisement may make the difference between just going to college and obtaining a sound, well-rounded education. Therefore, each student is assigned an academic advisor. Students should take full advantage of the knowledge, counsel, and personal concern available from academic advisors.
Personal Counseling and Advising
Lincoln Memorial University recognizes that very often academic problems interrelate with psychological, emotional, and social experiences of the student. Thus, a variety of programs, people, and services work together to meet the needs of students. Any one office may serve as a referral point for services outside the expertise of that particular office. The academic advisor, the Tagge Center for Academic Support, and the Office of Student Services serve as an initial contact for the student. The Director of Counseling is available for students who may be experiencing mental or emotional distress.