Scottsdale resident begins freshman year at Lipscomb Univ.

Halie Londsale of Scottsdale, is a new member of Lipscomb University’s 2015-16 freshman class.

Ms. Londsale, a Primavera Online High School graduate, is oneo f 669 freshman enrolled at Lipscomb, contributing to the university’s overall record year enrollment of 4,686 after the first week of classes.

The university has experienced an 86 percent jump in overall enrollment over the last decade, according to a press release.

Lipscomb University was named the 18th best collage in the south, according to the U.S. News and World Report ‘2016 America’s Best Colleges’ guidebook as well as one of the best colleges in the region for veterans and one of the most innovative schools.

Lipscomb University delivers a complete liberal arts education characterized by an integration of Christian faith and practice with academic excellence, preparing each student spiritually, intellectually, socially and physically for life and eternity.

Lipscomb’ innovative curriculum and graduation requirements challenge students and academically, spiritually and in their role as global community citizens.

Students at Lipscomb can earn a bachelor’s master’s doctorate or graduate certificate in 188 fields of study, the release stated. The university offers several pre-professional programs, an accelerated adult degree program and an associate’s degree for residents at the Tennessee Prison for Women.

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