Woodbury Student Graduates From Lipscomb University

NASHVILLE – Woodbury student Alli Arms was awarded a Bachelor of Science from Lipscomb University at the conclusion of the spring semester 2011. 

Arms, a Blackman High School graduate, studied Psychology and has completed all the credits necessary to graduate , Lipscomb President L. Randolph Lowry said.

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

Students at Lipscomb University can earn a bachelor’s degree in 154 fields of undergraduate study, several pre-professional programs and an accelerated adult degree program for those who wish to complete their undergraduate degrees in the evening. Lipscomb also offers 20 graduate degrees in 31 fields of study, including doctorates in pharmacy, ministry and education.