Campus Ministries seeks to provide a community in which students experience, understand, and grow in the love of Jesus Christ in order to passionately participate and direct the mission of the Church at Lee University and beyond.
Lee University provides more than 60 student clubs and organizations designed to enhance the students' spiritual, intellectual and social development. Membership in these clubs is strictly voluntary.
For many students, living on campus is an exciting opportunity to experience independence, while developing a close-knit network of friends and dorm-mates. In each of our beautiful residence halls, our resident directors, resident assistants, and resident chaplains are ready to make your on-campus living experience comfortable and fun.
The opportunity to discover your purpose, make a difference, and belong.
The Lee University family of students, faculty, and staff creates a warm and energizing atmosphere where individuals can invest in the diverse and ever-growing spiritual, artistic, and social fabric of their community. With a wide range of intramural sports, musical and dramatic performances, clubs and organizations, service opportunities, and many other activities, there's always something exciting happening at Lee--and somewhere for you to take root.
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The program will include pieces by G.F. Handel, Charles Gounod, J.S. Bach, and Robert Schumann.
Steve Benne, instructor of double bass at Lee, is principal double bassist with the Knoxville...