An exemplary historically black college providing an excellent liberal arts education that transforms urban students, institutions and communities.
Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Dr. Vernell A. Bennett-Fairs, President of LeMoyne-Owen College, which is a four-year liberal arts college located within the urban center of Memphis, Tennessee, with the distinction of being Memphis’ only historically black college with a history dating back to 1862. During the interview, Dr. Bennett-Fairs highlights the history and the vision for the future, as the new President, along with some of the major priorities and goals, popular degree programs, the Memphis Magic Scholarship program, building relationships and opportunities for student success, how the community can help, and much more.
LeMoyne-Owen College delivers a transformative experience, educating students for a lifetime of scholarship, leadership, and service through liberal arts, career and professional studies.
The undergraduate program at LeMoyne-Owen is carried out through six academic divisions: Business and Economic Development, Education, Fine Arts and Humanities, Natural and Mathematical Sciences, and Information Technology. The Center for Cybersecurity and the Accelerated Studies Program fall under these divisions. 2020-2021 Course Catalog
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