THE LIONS' RELIEF FUND

HELPING OUR LINDENWOOD FAMILY GET THROUGH THE COVID-19 CRISIS

Like all colleges and universities, Lindenwood University and its students, faculty, and staff have been profoundly impacted by the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Over a short period of time, Lindenwood transitioned all classes to a virtual format, moved residential students off campus, and directed all employees to work from home. The developments prompted many of our dedicated alumni and supporters to reach out to ask if there were ways to help.

The simple answer is yes - Yes, there are!

We are all faced with addressing this crisis as a community in ways unlike anything we have seen before. Lindenwood University has responded to these challenges, seeing to the academic needs of our students and the safety of the entire campus community, in a manner befitting Lindenwood's heritage, and it will continue to do so together as a family. Together, we are prepared to show what being a Lion is all about!

Lindenwood's students are adapting to a new academic model and to not being on campus as the university strives to maintain the top-notch academics they want and need. That said, the needs of our students have not disappeared.

In keeping with CDC recommendations for social distancing, Lindenwood University's campuses are currently empty. That said, Lindenwood University is more than just a campus. Lindenwood is its students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni, and it will persevere with everyone's help.

Please donate to this important effort and help us spread the word while Lindenwood University has gone virtual to help address the COVID-19 pandemic, Lindenwood students are still family! It is a great day to be a Lion!

To stay up to date on Lindenwood University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit www.lindenwood.edu/coronavirus.

Thank you for being a part of our family and supporting your university! #LionsUnited #LionsGive




A MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT JOHN R. PORTER


The Lions' Relief fund is another example of the Lindenwood community pulling together to help one another during this crisis," said President John Porter. "Please consider contributing if you are able to help our students in need."