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At A Glance:
Lee is emerging as a leader in higher education in the Southeast and is consistently ranked in the “Top Tier” of the South by U.S. News & World Report (Comprehensive Medium-Size Universities). Lee University offers 46 on-campus undergraduate majors in 121 programs of study. The foundational purpose of all educational programs is to foster the knowledge, understanding, and abilities needed for students to live out their calling. Lee University students are vibrant, insightful, benevolent, focused and energetic. Lee University will prepare you to take your place in a rapidly changing world. Ranked by Princeton Review’s “Best Colleges” and as one of the 141 colleges named “Best in the Southeast,” and by christianuniversitiesonline.org as the “Most Affordable Christian University in America,” Lee seeks to provide an excellent academic, social and spiritual college experience while remaining committed to the idea of affordable and accessible Christian higher education.
The Academic Sector is made up of five colleges and schools: the College of Arts & Sciences, the Helen DeVos College of Education, the School of Music, the School of Nursing, and the School of Religion. There are 13 academic departments and 5 graduate areas of study within the colleges and schools.
Our student body represents 53 different countries and 49 states within the United States of America. Every year, the number of clubs and programs available to Lee students increases; we have designed these opportunities to enhance the students' spiritual, intellectual and social development. Whether it is an academic group or social service club that you are looking for, Lee has something that will satisfy nearly every interest. Lee also has two highly regarded programs in our Service Learning and Global Perspectives programs. Our Service Learning program based on service to our community has won a Presidential Award for several years, and our Global Perspectives program is ranked as one of the best in the United States. Living on campus is an exciting opportunity to experience independence, while developing a close-knit network of friends and dorm-mates.