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New UNCF Congressional Honor Roll Recognizes Members of Congress for their Support of HBCUs.
LeMoyne-Owen College is participating in the 2019 Home Depot RETOOL YOUR SCHOOL Grant Program for a chance to win a Campus Improvement Award, worth up to $50,000.
Jane Venson-Talford and Ellen Edge, representing Beta Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, presented a $1,000 check to LeMoyne-Owen College Feb. 3, 2019.
As a fundraiser, the 61st International Tea on Feb 17 once again was a success, garnering nearly $23,000 in donations from area churches for LeMoyne-Owen College.
For 61 years, members of Memphis’ faith community have partnered with LeMoyne-Owen College to stage the International Tea, a major fundraiser for the college.
National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame brings legacy lecture series to LeMoyne-Owen College.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA), in partnership with the Educational Advancement Foundation (EAF), has pledged an endowment in the amount of $100,000 to LeMoyne-Owen College as a part of the organization’s AKA-HBCU Endowment Fund.
LeMoyne-Owen College alumna Frankie Jeffries served the college for 31 years.
Dr. Strayhorn keynotes TOLEDO (Ohio) EXCEL program’s 35th Annual Conference for Aspiring Minority Youth
LOC's Vice President for Academic Affairs leaves message of hope and motivation with minority young people and their parents.
Black History Month Chapel features dedication of historical marker honoring Owen Junior College and LeMoyne College students
LOC's Black History Month Chapel Wednesdsay, Feb. 6,will include dedication of aTenessee historical marker honoring Owen Junior College and LeMoyne College students who helped desegregate public facilities.
Stephan Byam brings 20-years of IT expertise to LeMoyne-Owen College on Feb. 14.
Dotson's longtime advocacy for safe and clean neighborhoods is recognized on the MLK holiday.
Ms. Quinn Slaughter tapped to head HR.
Telissah Williams replaces retiring Clay Foster.
Former United Way of the Mid-South executive is the new vice president of Institutional Advancement.
The 2018 President's Gala celebrates the 50th anniversary of the merger of LeMoyne College and Owen Junior College.
Celebrated Southern writer Kiese Laymon will be at LeMoyne-Owen College Tuesday, Nov. 6, to read from and sign copies of his critically acclaimed memoir “Heavy: An American Memoir.”
LeMoyne-Owen College President Andrea Lewis Miller and Adrienne Bailey will appear on WREG TV’s (Channel 3) local morning talk show Monday, Oct. 29, to discuss this year’s President’s Gala.
Homecoming Week winners are anounced.
Newly elected LeMoyne-Owen College National Alumni President Jesse Chatman (’71) will discuss his goals during a breakfast gathering Friday, Oct.26.
Tickets for the second President’s Gala are now for sell. The price is $150.
LeMoyne-Owen College’s Homecoming 2018 kicked off with an inspiring and entertaining start Sunday, Oct. 21, at Mt. Olive Cathedral CME Church, which celebrated LeMoyne-Owen College Day.
Dr. Denise Ferebee, LeMoyne-Owen College's director of cyber defense, will participate in Women in Technolgy panel discussion.
Homecoming runs from Oct. 21 through Oct. 27.
Signup deadline approaches for annual students vs. faculty and staff basketball game.
Signup deadline approaches for annual Homecoming students vs. faculty and staff basetball game.
Tickets for the Second President's Gala celebrating the merger of LeMoyne College and Owen Junior College are available.
Volunteers from LeMoyne-Owen College and its community partners spent Saturday morning, Oct. 6, cleaning up the campus and surrounding neighborhood.
Students will be able to receive career information from more than 40 comapnies.
LeMoyne-Owen College and its community partners will holds a community cleanup on Oct. 6
The Memphis Business Journal names Dr. Andrea Lewis Miller one of 25 Super Women in Business.