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Free Books for Spring 2022!

Great Things are Happening at LeMoyne-Owen College! Coming Spring 2022: all textbooks and course materials for full-time students will be covered by the College. This will ensure that students have the necessary books before the first day of class. More information on distribution/pick-up will be communicated before the start of the spring semester via LOC...

LeMoyne-Owen College Announces Changes to COVID Protocols for Spring 2022

UPDATE FOR SPRING 2022: view in browser We are pleased to announce that the LOC campus will be open to all students, faculty, and staff for the Spring 2022 semester. Under the guidance of local health care officials and in consideration of the lessening COVID-19 restrictions, the College is revising its COVID-19 Safety protocols to...

LeMoyne-Owen College and the Kroger Co. Partner for the Thanksgiving Dinner ‘Pantry Pop-Up’ to Benefit Families for LOC Day

Families can register for onsite food pick-up on campus, Friday, November 19, 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. Memphis, Tenn. – LeMoyne-Owen College has partnered with Kroger Delta Division for LOC (Loving Our Community) Day, to host a Thanksgiving Dinner “Pop-Up Pantry” on Friday, November 19. Food boxes with standard items for Thanksgiving dinner will be...

Downtown Memphis Commission Hosts ‘Magic on the Court’ Pep Rally to kick off LeMoyne-Owen College’s Homecoming Game Day

The City’s Only Historically Black College and University Begins the Celebration in Court Square on Saturday, October 30 at 10 a.m. Memphis, Tenn. – LeMoyne-Owen College will kick off its first in-person Homecoming Game Day in two years with Magic on the Court , in partnership with the Downtown Memphis Commission. The College is hosting...

LeMoyne-Owen College Selects Olympic Gold Medalist Rochelle Stevens as Head Track and Field Coach

Memphis, TENN. –LeMoyne-Owen College has hired Olympic gold medalist, Rochelle Stevens, PhD. as the Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Head Coach. Stevens, a Memphis native, is a two-time Olympic competitor, winning a silver medal in the 1992 games and the gold medal for 4×400 meter race in the 1996 games. She is also a...

Clarence Christian ’68, 2022 Annual Fund Campaign Chairperson

Alumnus Clarence Christian ’68, a former faculty/administrator, longtime college supporter, campus volunteer, decorated educator, community activist and emeritus professor of sociology with the Tennessee Board of Regents, has been chosen as the Annual Fund Campaign Volunteer Chair for 2022 (July 2021 – June 2022). Pointing to a bald cypress he planted on the lawn in...
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